Arms Dealers Lining Up to Replenish Canadian Military Supplies
“Arms manufacturers didn't start this war – the blame there lies firmly with Russia – but I think they are really the only beneficiaries of it."
Advocating for Sex Workers
In this week's episode of North Untapped, we spoke to journalist Ashlynn Chand about her work covering the challenges faced by sex workers.
CBC Called Out for Platforming Son of Deposed Iranian Dictator
CBC is being criticized for interviewing the son of a former Iranian dictator for his take on the current protests against the country’s theocratic regime.
Poilievre’s Early Favourability Rating Lowest Among Recent Conservative Leaders – Does that Matter to Him?
“In a climate that's now quite polarized, there's no longer a simple translation of leader popularity into electoral success."
Trudeau’s Private Donation Matching Pledge for Atlantic Canada Criticized
“We've apparently privatized disaster relief such that the government is just one actor matching donations from other ones.”
New Investigation Shows Israeli Shooter Deliberately Killed Journalist Shireen Abu Akleh
“The proximity of the shots confirms a professional marksman repeatedly and explicitly targeted the journalists."
The Monarchy's Colonialist Legacy
We spoke to policy analyst and writer Chuka Ejeckam about the violent imperialist and colonialist legacy that the monarchy represents
Fighting for Worker Rights in a Tight Labour Market
We spoke to labour researcher Adam D.K. King about the causes behind the so-called "quiet quitting" phenomenon.
What Does Pierre Poilievre’s Conservative Leadership Mean for Canada?
Poilievre swept to victory among Conservative Party members in all but six ridings across the country.
Officials Warned Canada’s Pro-Israel Voting Record Not Based on ‘Merit': Report
“Trudeau did not reverse Harper's approach, but actually continued to repeat it completely for three years."