At least 80 MPs — including 24 in BC — faced calls last night to heed Conservative MP Wilks’ suggestion to break ranks on Bill C-38.
Links between spirituality and social transformation – from the frontiers of social justice
A delegation of peacemakers spends more than a week at Grassy Narrows First Nation
The last year-and-a-half since I evacuated from the Middle East has been marked by a deep yearning to have “everything at stake” and to live in a more direct, less mediated way
My experience during the 2006 war in Lebanon gave me a better understanding of our world, and was a profound lesson
WINNIPEG – Community gardens have contributed strongly to the community, and have also begun addressing some of the brokenness that too often comes with urban poverty.
A glimpse into the rituals of modern urban hunter-gatherers
WINNIPEG – A Winnipeg woman says the deaths of her whole family could have been averted had the government and mining companies come clean to the public about the dangers of asbestos
Almost 15 per cent of Canadians worry thev will not have enough to eat–what Statistics Canada calls “food insecurity”
For some of the modern church’s most prolific songwriters, it is on the emotional level that spiritual music affects us most deeply.