Amidst grappling with the disruption from the COVID-19 pandemic, a grim discovery around mid-year 2021 has shone light into one of the darkest chapters of Canadian history. Since May 2021, media outlets have been buzzing with various historical counts of the crimes against humanity perpetrated against Indigenous peoples by the Canadian government. On May 27,… Read More


Canada Day Statement On July 1st, 2021, Canada will celebrate its 154th birthday, highlighting the anniversary of  the Canadian confederation in 1867 and marking its first steps towards independence. On this day, Canadians across the country and around the world show pride in their history, culture and achievements, highlighting the diversity of a Nation.  These… Read More


Understanding the systemic marginalization that First Nations, Metis and Inuit women suffer requires an understanding of not only the history of their marginalization, but also the ways in which they continue to be disenfranchised today. The below infographics share a snapshot of the ways in which indigenous women have been socially, politically and economically marginalized… Read More


The 2022 Winter Olympic Games are taking place in China despite the ongoing genocide of the Uyghur people. Join us in our call to boycott the #GenocideGames and stand against human rights abuses in China. WHAT CAN YOU DO❓ Sign the International Tibet Network petition Use this template to send a letter to the: 1️⃣International Olympic Committee2️⃣Canadian Olympic Committee3️⃣Canadian Government… Read More


What Can We Do About Genocide By April Yeung When confronted with genocides, which are considered one of the worst atrocities that people can commit, such as the Rohingya genocide in Myanmar and the Uyghur genocide in China, we may feel frustration and hopelessness about not being able to bring justice or change society for… Read More