Jan 5, 2018
15 ALL THAT WAS STOLEN
To really understand what happened 75 years ago to Japanese Canadians, you have to know the stories behind the numbers.
By Lorene Oikawa
MAKING THE SHIFT
From Working with Oil to Work in Renewable Energy
22 CHIEF EUGENE HORSEMAN'S HOPES FOR THE FUTURE
It's not going to happen overnight, but with the government wanting to invest in the new energy, I'm thankful.
By Melissa Keith
25 KEN SMITH AND DELIA WARREN SPEAK OUT
There's an often overlooked but valuable resource that could fuel the establishment of the renewable energy sector in Canada — skilled tradespeople.
By Melissa Keith
31 THE DANCE OF DECOLONIAL LOVE
Poster No.5 of the Graphic History Collective's series Remember | Resist | Redraw: A Radical History Poster Project.
32 THE LAWYERS OF LEGAL AID ONTARIO ORGANIZE
Once we were empowered to be advocates for ourselves and our colleagues, it felt like a movement.
By Kendall Yamagishi
Equity at AWOC * CBTU Award * Stan Raper (1961-2017) * Mike Seaward (1950-2017)
9 SNAPCHAT, PASSION & PODCASTS
This is what all the gizmos, coding, strategies and tactics are about: workers, and their lives.
By Derek Blackadder
11 OUR TIMES TALLY
* Percentage of Canadians who believe they are "as nice as the world thinks we are": 66
* Percentage who believe they are "even nicer": 12
By Sean Cain
13 A BURNING QUESTION
LafargeHolcim wants to burn 400,000 used tires a year at its cement plant in Nova Scotia. Should we be worried?
By James Hutt
WORKING FOR A LIVING
43 PRECIOUS CREATURE
Adnan awoke to the sounds of panic at reception.
By Humberto da Silva
By Dianah Smith
HAVE YOUR SAY
48 AN UNSETTLING SEWING CIRCLE
When the Truth and Reconciliation Commission first released their Calls to Action, I wanted to begin embroidering them onto Canadian flags, but I hesitated.
By Helene Vosters
An inspiring documentary about Dolores Huerta restores the lifelong activist to her rightful place in history.
By Rachel E. Beattie
52 NATION TO NATION
In the year of Canada's 150, we're still strong, we're still proud, we're still culturally present.
By Michael Etherington
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