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In May, Chief Whetung and other Indigenous leaders sued the Canadian government out of pent-up frustrations for failing to provide clean drinking water. They sued the government for $2.1 billion regarding the bottled water and

Source: JOEL SAGET/AFP via Getty Images

Implementation of vaccine passports is not a new phenomenon on the horizon. Countries have required proof of immunization against diseases like “yellow fever” for international travel. As the COVID-19 pandemic is still underway, and increasingly

The Rise of Cuba’s Digital Awareness

Government responses to the Covid-19 pandemic have eroded the essential pillars of democracy in countries around the world, creating a crisis for global freedom—Freedom House, October 2020.  While there’s consensus on democratic recession globally, COVID

Miss Honduras

The Republic of Honduras is a country in Central America, and it’s bothered to Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Gulf Fonseca. The country has a population of approximately 10 million and classified by the world

Homelessness During a Pandemic in Toronto

On Saturday, June 12th, Toronto issued trespass notices to hundreds of residents living in homeless encampments across the city, with a warning of moving out or facing a fine of up to 100,000 dollars if

Canada Day Celebrations in Limbo

Canada Day is a federal statutory holiday observing Canadian Confederation. Originally referred “Dominion Day,” the holiday honours the unification of the three North American British colonies—New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and the Province of Canada—comprising Ontario and Quebec. On July

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    In May, Chief Whetung and other Indigenous leaders sued the Canadian government out of pent-up frustrations for failing to provide clean drinking water. They sued the government for $2.1 billion regarding the bottled water and water treatment needed for the entire Indigenous communities as a result of the government’s negligence. In July, a settlement of […]

    Source: JOEL SAGET/AFP via Getty Images

    Implementation of vaccine passports is not a new phenomenon on the horizon. Countries have required proof of immunization against diseases like “yellow fever” for international travel. As the COVID-19 pandemic is still underway, and increasingly as vaccines are being made available to the public particularly in G20 countries, there appears to be a consensus among […]

    The Rise of Cuba’s Digital Awareness

    Government responses to the Covid-19 pandemic have eroded the essential pillars of democracy in countries around the world, creating a crisis for global freedom—Freedom House, October 2020.  While there’s consensus on democratic recession globally, COVID 19 has provided much oxygen to a bad situation. “Digital authoritarianism” has spread inexorably around the world and internet freedom […]

    Miss Honduras

    The Republic of Honduras is a country in Central America, and it’s bothered to Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Gulf Fonseca. The country has a population of approximately 10 million and classified by the world bank as lower middle-income country with levels of income inequality higher than in any other Latin American country. Honduras is […]

    Homelessness During a Pandemic in Toronto

    On Saturday, June 12th, Toronto issued trespass notices to hundreds of residents living in homeless encampments across the city, with a warning of moving out or facing a fine of up to 100,000 dollars if convicted. The City of Toronto stated that efforts are being put into re-homing those living outside and redirecting them to […]

    Canada Day Celebrations in Limbo

    Canada Day is a federal statutory holiday observing Canadian Confederation. Originally referred “Dominion Day,” the holiday honours the unification of the three North American British colonies—New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and the Province of Canada—comprising Ontario and Quebec. On July 1, 1867, the British North America Act officially amalgamated the colonies, forming a unified, semi-independent Dominion of Canada, thereby ushering […]