“We know what the so-called root causes (of crime) are ... Poverty, lack of access to education, lack of access to a living wage and lack of access to justice.”
Cassandra Kislenko is a non-binary settler journalist working and writing on Treaty 13 territory in Tkaronto.
“I wish it was more of a surprise than it is.”
“Public health is making decisions influenced by politics, rather than influenced by science and health equity for vulnerable populations."
“Obviously we can’t wait around for politicians to do what they should be doing."
“This strategy is not about learning to live with COVID, but rather about surrendering to it.”
In the early 1960s, Canada and its colonial allies entered the newly independent Democratic Republic of Congo with an agenda, and Prime Minister Patrice Lumumba was in the way.
Izaak Walton Killam, the richest man in Canada and namesake of prestigious scholarships, protected his business interests in El Salvador by helping facilitate one of the worst civilian massacres in this continent’s history.
As fares rise and cops crowd the stations, it’s time for Toronto’s workers to exercise their collective power against the injustice of mass transit.