If you still have some room left on your summer reading list, I recommend From Anvil to Pulpit by David R. Elliott, a retired professor of Canadian history. Read More
People are starting to say the crisis phase of the COVID-19 pandemic is ending (at least here in Canada).
In July 2021, staff and summer student staff at the Muslim Resource Centre for Social Support and Integration developed Not In Our Backyard! for Muslim women, ages 15 to 25, to come together in a process of collective healing.
Shannon D. M. Moore, University of Manitoba Teresa Anne Fowler, Concordia University of Edmonton and Tim Skuce, Brandon University Research about men’s ice hockey has consistently revealed that the culture is saturated in sexism, misogyny, homophobia and hypermasculinity. Beyond research, people have come forward in highly publicized stories speaking to experiences of sexism, being silenced […]
If you could get past the shocking news on Monday that there was a snowstorm in the middle of January, you might have picked up on a little bit of sunny sky peeking through pandemic’s whiteout.
These days, there’s a whole lot of drilling, hammering and eager anticipation among a dozen or so men at a south London business unit.
Winning smile, winning photo