• Magazine

    A pipeline to regret

    If you weren’t convinced before – simply by being an air-breathing, water-drinking human being – it’s now undeniable that we all have skin in this pipeline game. Trudeau has made us all potential shareholders in a leaky, aging piece of climate-cooking infrastructure.

  • Blog

    Who will commemorate the Nakba in Canada?

    Trudeau recently celebrated the birthday of Israel while remaining silent on the 700,000 Palestinians that were driven out of their homes. Why is the Canadian government so dead-set on ignoring Israel’s past and present human rights abuses?

  • Magazine

    Pretty Faces, Grisly Interests

    In Latin America, Canada’s reach goes beyond mining, and includes political support for right-wing regimes and chilled relationships with progressive governments. Is Trudeau changing or maintaining this foreign policy?

  • Magazine

    Hope, Fear, and the Donation Paradox

    Relieved not to be fighting Harper’s grim conservative agenda, many donors have pulled back from contributing to progressive organizations since Trudeau’s election. What can donations reveal about broader political involvement to keep up the struggle in seemingly more hopeful times?

  • Magazine

    What’s Behind the Sweet Tweets

    Lofty language won’t get us closer to justice.