People in St. John’s rally in support of refugees, against racism and bigotry.
Welcoming asylum seekers into our country is both noble and necessary. But doing it wrong could have disastrous consequences.
With barely a week left to the provincial election, will the parties have the courage to integrate anti-racism into their platforms?
Following the attacks in Baghdad, Beirut and Paris, perhaps the most important words we could be thinking and uttering are “Je suis une Humaine.” “أنا إنسان”. “I am a human.” …And other thoughts from Iraqi Kurdistan.
Happy Valley-Goose Bay can and should open its doors to refugees fleeing violence in Syria, while also finding a permanent solution to ending homelessness in Central Labrador.
What could a major new trade deal and the way the Harper Conservatives have chosen to handle the refugee crisis possibly have in common?
As politicians bid for votes in the last few days of a seemingly endless election campaign, it deserves to be asked: Is winning the best measure of leadership?
While politicians quarrel and people die trying to get to Canada, many of us see traces of our own family histories in the Syrian refugee crisis.
An open letter on the refugee crisis, from a Newfoundlander in Iraq.
“Human beings cannot be born with characteristics that may be unsuited to a particular place. Human beings are not cargo, nor collateral nor a Head Tax. Human beings shouldn’t be washed up on beaches trying to find a better life.”
On Sunday Canada launched its first air strikes against the Islamic State in Iraq. However, it is worth considering the recent history of air power to better understand what we can expect from the present mission, and where it can go wrong.