Politics

LOCAL FOOD, MIGRANT DREAMS

Migrant Dreams, a new documentary by Min Sook Lee, examines the lives of the workers who produce Canada's food. Review by Natalie Childs

NOT WORKING 9-5

Women’s work in an unstable environment  by Jenn Prosser July 26th, 2016   Precarious work is a growing issue in the labour movement, as well as for legislators looking to understand this quickly growing segment of the working class in...

SELF CARE AND JUSTICE FOR ALL?

June 29th, 2016 by Nashwa Khan   Self-care has lined most crevices of young hip social justice spaces, but seldom have I seen self-care examined in-depth or troubled. No one wants to fight such a beautiful and needed practice, but...

DEAR ENGLISH LANGUAGE

"You name me an immigrant, and when I am an immigrant I am nothing else." Camila Salazar writes back to the language she is learning to live within

SEXUAL ASSAULT ON CAMPUS

UNDERSTANDING THE DIFFERENCES IN CAMPUS SEXUAL ASSAULT CONTEXTS IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA June 10, 2016 by Paniz Khosroshahy   Last month, the British Columbia government introduced a bill to mandate postsecondary institutions to develop stand-alone sexual assault policies....

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