The James Bay Agreement

06/03/2022 The Social Eyes 0

A Major Milestone Agreement for the Cree and the Inuit By Mathieu Perron In the summer of 2021, the provincial government rejected the GNL Québec natural gas pipeline and liquefaction project in the Saguenay. Among the opponents to this project were the Innu. Yet their […] See more

Fake News

04/06/2022 Raymond Viger 0

By Raymond Viger This editorial resembles a humor column. Excuse this twisting of journalistic rigor, but my shrink always told me that it’s sometimes better to think outside the box. By following standards too closely, you can lose your identity and your authenticity. Recently, fake […] See more

Street Harassment: In the Heart of the Action

03/31/2022 The Social Eyes 0

By Camille Cusset “The social sanction is strongest. The shame has to switch sides,” says Audrey Simard, community organizer and militant against street harassment, during a round table discussion held by Reflet de Société magazine. This militant doesn’t mince words when she says that street […] See more

Demonstration against Street Harassment

03/24/2022 The Social Eyes 0

By Camille Cusset On the occasion of International Women’s Day, the Centre d’éducation et d’action des femmes de Montréal (CÉAF) (the Montreal Women’s Education and Action Centre) organized a demonstration against street harassment. About 20 women of all ages got together on March 8th to […] See more

First Nations Behind Bars

03/07/2022 Delphine Caubet 0

The numbers are alarming. In Canada, Indigenous persons represent 4% of the population. But in jail, they represent 23% of the male prison population and a third of females behind bars. And this overrepresentation is only growing. Proof: over the last 10 years the number […] See more

Healing Through Art for Victims of Crime

02/23/2022 Colin McGregor 0

By Colin McGregor The Centre de services de justice réparatrice (The Centre for Services in Restorative Justice, or CSJR) organizes art therapy sessions and poetry slams with an eye to helping victims and aggressors alike crawl out of their vicious circle of recrimination and bitterness. […] See more