Private Security Outnumber Border Services in Big Cities

CBSA outsourcing under the microscope as custody death inquest concludes.

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Allegations of Police Abuse of Native Women Have Rocked Canada

“Dismissive.” “Out of touch.” “A travesty for the victims.” With these forceful words, one of the world’s leading human rights organizations fired back at Canada’s national police force and the federal government for their response to the group’s report alleging gang-rape, sexual assaults and other abuses of Native women by those charged with protecting them.

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Dylan Miner: An Anti-Authoritarian Artist on Bikes Beyond Borders

“My people will sleep for 100 years,” prophesied Métis leader Louis Riel before his Canadian execution in 1885. “And when they awake, it will be the artists who give them back their spirit.” For 36-year old installation artist Dylan Miner, the (in)famous insurrectionist’s words are a guiding force. It is a force which has seen him building and displaying his trademark – and distinctly Indigenous – low-rider bicycles across the continent.

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