On December 18, 2001, Canada's Anti-terrorism Act received Royal Assent. The two decades since have seen a rise in Islamophobia, as well as increased surveillance of, and police violence towards protests. How do we rebuild after two decades of anti-terrorism acts and actions?
Following the historic ceasefire accord of June 2016, former members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia have faced stigma when reintegrating into Colombia's formal economy. One solution? Microbrewing.
Mexico City’s Pujol is considered by international critics as one of Mexico’s most prestigious restaurants. But Enrique Olvera has built his prestige upon the appropriation of traditional Mesoamerican ingredients, making his dishes palatable to mainly white and international audiences.
Canada is no stranger to dynastic ownership of its media companies
A strong fact-checking industry can stop the normalization of lying and advocate for policy changes. But the weaponization of fact-checking can cause irreversible harm.
For decades, the media has been circling the issue of sexual violence, mirroring society’s discomfort.
As it stands right now, political parties in Canada face little oversight or transparency requirements for the data they collect and create about Canadian citizens.
Canadians need to face our history of violence, and we need a mediascape that can help us do this complicated, messy work.
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