The Bread and Roses March

10/10/2022 The Social Eyes 0

By Arianna Noera On May 26th, 1995, 800 women from Montreal, Longueuil and Rivière-du-Loup started walking towards Quebec City. They were demonstrating against women’s poverty in Quebec, which had been on the increase since 1993. This event would be called La marche du pain et […] See more

Could the Amazon become a Grassy Savanna?

09/28/2022 The Social Eyes 0

Maxime Bilodeau – The Rumor Detector Agence Science-Presse (www.sciencepresse.qc.ca) Ravaged by humans, the “lungs of the planet” are running out of breath at a breathtaking pace. Is it possible that the Amazon rainforest could become dry grassland, in other words a savanna, by the end […] See more

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

Freedom Convoy Hits My Neighborhood

05/02/2022 Colin McGregor 0

By Colin McGregor At the corner of Pie IX and Sherbrooke East, in the east end of Montréal, about a couple of hundred freedom convoy types and a few trucks parked themselves on a sunny Sunday afternoon. They waved flags of all description: Canadian flags […] 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