Aboriginal Minority Rights

By: Sabrina Negeri In collaboration with Editors The best predictor of future behavior is often past behavior. In the past, not only has the Canadian Government idly sat by as horrendous crimes were committed against Aboriginals, many attempts of reconciliation have failed. Aboriginals had been in North America for thousands of years before the Europeans … More Aboriginal Minority Rights

How the Canadian Government is Continuing to Fail Aboriginal People – Opinion

By: Rachel Nirenberg The Truth and Reconciliation report, published in 2015, contains ninety four calls to action, each with several subsections. If followed to the letter, the Truth and Reconciliation report could greatly ameliorate the circumstances faced by Aboriginal people both on and off reserve. However, if history is any indication, it is unlikely that the … More How the Canadian Government is Continuing to Fail Aboriginal People – Opinion

A Separate Quebec – Opinion

Please note: the following is an opinion piece By: Brandon Kaufman In 1980, Quebec held a referendum that asked if its citizens desired a province with “sovereign-association” to Canada. Sixty percent of Quebecers rejected this change in dynamic. In 1995, another referendum put it more bluntly: Did Quebec wish to separate from the rest of … More A Separate Quebec – Opinion