As the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812’s first major battle approached, Native peoples on both sides of the U.S.–Canada border were gearing up for some historic commemorations.
In the wake of the violent death of United States Libyan Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens on September 11, Indigenous people near and far are coming to terms with the loss of one of their own.
It’s time to stop splitting social change from self-care – and embrace healing justice in our communities.
Acclaimed Vancouver playwright – and former Chilean revolutionary – Carmen Aguirre was awarded the CBC Canada Reads prize, only a week after being called a “terrorist” for her book, Something Fierce.
Chinese Canadians who fought in Canada’s armed forces — despite being denied citizenship — are recognized this week in a new photo display.
Questions of political interference are being raised after a court case against former U.S. president George W. Bush was stopped in its tracks by the attorney general last week
George W. Bush’s visit to Surrey, B.C., on Thursday was met with a protest and an unsuccessful courtroom bid to have him detained for torture during his presidency
After spending five years as an extra-judicial prisoner of George W. Bush’s ‘war on terror,’ Murat Kurnaz is disappointed that Canada did not arrest the former U.S. president during his visit to Surrey
A 70-page legal indictment — accompanied by a staggering 4,000-page dossier — has been filed in B.C. court to have former George W. Bush arrested during his visit to Surrey tomorrow
As former U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney spoke in Vancouver on Monday night, several hundred people demanded his arrest on charges of war crimes and torture, blocking both entrances to the upscale Vancouver Club by linking arms, as others staged a sit-in lasting several hours.