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An article by Alice Sécheresse, Deputy Leader of the Quebec Green Party and spokesperson for Women's right.
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Montreal, February 28th 2020 - With International Women's Day fast approaching, it is important to take a moment to rethink the advances that have been made by social movements, and more specifically feminist movements, such as the #metoo movement.
Montreal, February 24th 2020- Despite all the media hype surrounding the Wet'suwet'en situation, one central notion seems to be systematically avoided: band councils.
Montreal, February 18th 2020- The IPCC is the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. It is the benchmark for scientific assessments related to climate change. The body is under the aegis of the United Nations and aims to inform, on a regular basis, the world's political class about the dangers of climate change and the strategies to be adopted.
Montreal February 17, 2020 - On Sunday Green Party of Quebec leader Alex Tyrrell visited the protest camp at the site of the Kahnawake rail blockade to show his support for the blockade before issuing the following statement.
An article from the spokesperson in Indigenous Affairs, Catherine Richardson.
Title of the exhibition:Where are the Children? Healing the Legacy of the Residential Schools. Conservateur: Jeff Thomas, Archives nationales du Canada, Ottawa, Ontario.
Montreal, February 14th 2020- Recently, the Segal Centre ran a powerful and poignant play dealing with the subject of children’s resistance to oppression and mistreatment in an Ontario residential school.