4 Ways the Canadian Government Perpetuates Colonialism
Passed by the federal government in 1876, the Indian Act is a set of laws made to have control over Indigenous peoples in Canada; filled with assimilation policies meant to eliminate Indigenous culture and tear apart their social and political unicity.Read more
Residential Schools: Child Experimentation
Unfortunately, hunger and malnutrition did not begin or end with the experiments from 1942 to 1952. Ian Mosby, an award-winning Canadian historian, recounts stories of residential school survivors in saying, “They have said for a long time that, not only were they part of scientific experiments,Read more
Our Polite Country and its 717% Spike in Anti-Asian Hate Crimes
Since last March, Canada has been amid two pandemics; racism and COVID-19. While racism has infested our streets since the beginning of time, an unsettling spike has appeared towards many groups of minorities over the past year.Read more
Are India - Canada Relations In a State of Downturn?
Canada and India are indeed well-suited to be strategic partners. Vibrant democracies and multicultural English-speaking societies, both nations are members of the Commonwealth, G20, and ARF (ASEAN Regional Forum), to name a few, and have a broad commonality of outlook.Read more
The Potential Benefits of Sub-Contracting The Cops
Confidence in policing is at an all-time low. Data from the Leger polling company had shown an 11 point drop for support of the police in Canada, and for the first time in history support for the police dropped below the majority (48%) in the United States.Read more
Rekindling the Chief’s Vision
If the photo above this article was shown to all Canadians, only a miniscule fraction would be able to identify the towering man in the foreground. Taken during the federal election campaign in the summer of 1957, this photo prominently displays Canada’s 13th Prime Minister, John Diefenbaker.Read more
Playing God: Doctors To Start Using Checklists To See If Patients Need ICUs.
Patients will be assessed by two physicians and if they can’t come to a conclusion, a more optimistic evaluation will be given. If there are multiple patients that have to be assessed at the same time, an administrator will conduct a systematic random selection.Read more