Nunavik: The Great White Rip-off
Culture
By Raymond Viger In 1975 the Cree, the Inuit and the Québec government signed the James Bay and Northern Québec Agreement (CBJNQ in French). This land claim settlement defined the “who does what.” This first modern treaty defined the financial …
Hope and Poverty in Cincinnati
Culture
When looking at a photo of a stranger, we can’t tell their personal or financial situation. Nor their obstacles or their victories. But we can figure out the emotions, the feelings they are feeling. That face can be yours yesterday, …
Mommy Doesn’t Have a Job Anymore
Economy
Parents can spend up to a year with their baby, all paid, before going back to work. That’s thanks to the Quebec Parental Insurance Program (le Régime québécois d’assurance parentale, or RQAP).  Each year 130,000 parents stay home from work …