On Saturday, hundreds of thousands of people from all backgrounds gathered all over Canada to celebrate National Aboriginal Day, which honours First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples’ invaluable contributions to our history and culture.
As we celebrate International Mother Earth Day 2013, these are some of the faces of climate change from around the world: Via Earthday.org: Climate change can seem like a remote problem for our leaders, but the fact is that it’s already impacting real people, animals,
Justin Trudeau wants you to believe that, if elected to lead the beleaguered Liberal Party of Canada, he can beat Stephen Harper during the next federal election.
Forward On Climate Rally, Washington D.C., Feb 17: PHOTOSTREAM The Canadian Progressive recommends: HISTORY: #ForwardOnClimate Rally in Washington, D.C., Feb. 17
Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s all-male security detail validates our belief in the man’s legendary contempt for women and the issues important to them.
Photo credit: asriran.com A new billboard in downtown Tehran has U.S. President Barack Obama side by side with Shmer, a seventh-century villain in Shia Islam. Obama is sort of leaning on the scary-looking Shmer, who is handing the viewer a scroll or something.
In Paris, street art in solidarity with Idle No More. Meanwhile, in Ottawa, five thousand #IdleNoMore protesters and a Harper-First Nations leaders meeting.
Netherlands Quakers & Mennonites sent their message of support and solidarity to hunger striker Attawapiskat First Nation Chief Theresa Spence and the phenomenal #IdleNoMore grassroots movement for Aboriginal rights and sovereignty: Photo via Facebook RELATED: Chief Spence says Harper government has encouraged “segregation” PETITION: British Crown Must Honour Canada-First