Our three Southern Sudanese children came to Canada as refugees. Two have now graduated from Fanshawe College and are working. The third is in her third year at King’s University College. We are as proud as can be, but for years we wondered if we were up to the task of parenting them. Their early lives had plagued them with memories and nightmares that seemed beyond our ability for which to offer care. Even today, the horrors of those early experiences can descend as unwelcome visitors. Read More
By Shawn McCarthy, Corporate Knights
This story originally appeared in Corporate Knights and is republished here as part of Covering Climate Now, a global journalism collaboration strengthening coverage of the climate story.
Canada must make up for lost ground if it’s going to meet its target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by up to 45% from 2005 levels by 2030.
The invasion of Ukraine has humanitarian relief agencies tapping into the beer community, including a craft brewery in St. Thomas, to help raise much-needed money.
A Stratford man who helped organize local protests for the group No More Lockdowns Canada was charged with four criminal offences following a recent human-trafficking investigation. Court documents show Jason Cook was arrested by Stratford police on Sept. 23. The charges against him stem from an investigation triggered by a complainant who reported to police […]
Public scrutiny continues on Canada’s 2018 gold-winning world junior hockey team, eight members of which were accused in a civil lawsuit of sexual assault at a downtown London hotel following a summer fundraising gala for Hockey Canada here in 2018. No players are named in the $3.5-million lawsuit that was settled this spring, but several players, many now NHL stars, have denied involvement.
WINDSOR – This city’s just-launched electric scooter pilot project, which started one week ago with big grins from excited users, has already hit a “disheartening” bump in the road. In the first few days of operation, thefts in the city of the expensive GPS-equipped rental units were so frequent that operator Bird Canada put the […]