Colonialism articles

Murdered Indigenous woman’s memorial trashed by landlord

Murdered Indigenous woman’s memorial trashed by landlord

by Sara Jaffri On October 22, a public memorial to honour the life of a young Indigenous woman murdered in Winnipeg was taken down and thrown in the garbage by a landlord just hours after her family and friends left the site of the gathering. “I attempted to speak to the landlord and ask him

Saving Face: Canada’s Settlement of the Ontario Sixties Scoop

by Nooria Alam The Canadian federal government reached a settlement agreement during the month of October with the survivors of the Sixties Scoop in Ontario, after almost a decade of dragging its feet and trying to get the case thrown out of court. The federal government has been ordered to pay $750 million to the

The Toxic Tour – A Photo Essay

By Harshita Singh From August 19th to the 21st, organizers from Aamjiwnaang and Sarnia Against Pipelines (ASAP) held their annual Toxic Tour. Buses were organized by allies and ASAP to come from Waterloo, Toronto, London and other locations. The weekend was free, and ASAP invited people to attend a Water Gathering, educational workshops and a