Photographs to accompany an article on demonstrations against Goldcorp mining company
As shareholders in the Canadian mining company Goldcorp met for their annual general meeting (AGM) in Vancouver last Wednesday, a jubilant and diverse crowd pushed its way into the Pan Pacific Convention Centre
Award-winning director Velcrow Ripper’s new film premiered this week at the Vancouver International Film Festival.
Members of Grassy Narrows First Nation in northwest Ontario community are continuing their eight-year blockade to assert their territorial rights
Eyewitness report column from the G20 protests and the largest mass arrests in Canadian history
Links between spirituality and social transformation – from the frontiers of social justice
In a Christian music scene dominated by catchy tunes, poppy fluff imitating hit radio, and a cookie-cutter message of personal salvation, the Psalters are something else completely – a ragged band of misfits seeking ways out of what they call “Empire,” comparing today’s economic and political realities with Rome
Almost 15 per cent of Canadians worry thev will not have enough to eat–what Statistics Canada calls “food insecurity”
The personal, political and spiritual weave in and out of my life as they do in this story, illuminating new realities, revealing pathways of action
West Papuan human rights worker and Yale professor Octovianus Mote expresses his hope for Papuan independence from Indonesia.