Getting Back into Society

04/04/2022 Colin McGregor 1

If this article doesn’t confuse you, all the better, because it sure confuses me, and I wrote it.  It’s hard to underestimate how, when leaving prison after 29 years, you are disconnected from the outside world. After a long absence, you cease to exist, in […] 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

March 8th: International Women’s Day

03/08/2022 Colin McGregor 0

In 1977, the United Nations General Assembly invited member states to proclaim March 8th as the UN Day for women’s rights and world peace. The theme colour for today’s International Women’s Day is purple. The theme for this year’s day is: “Gender equality today for […] See more

Recycle Less… Recycle Better

02/21/2022 Raymond Viger 0

We’re in an age when we’re all told to recycle and compost. But I think it’s wrong to recycle and compost at all costs. I have another societal project to present to you. By Raymond Viger  A half-century ago, a group of youths used to […] See more