Who holds officials accountable when cities like Thunder Bay, Ont., rife with political and racial tensions, have no local reporters?
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For Arthur Gallant, HuffPost Canada has provided a platform for his advocacy for mental health issues.
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There are many issues Canadian media organizations need to consider before seeking charitable status.
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“We have reached the point where nurturing the green shoots is a better bet that propping up the gigantic, creaking, tottering timbers.”
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Indigenous community members are doing the work to situate Colten Boushie’s life and death within the colonial context.
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While many journalists will be seeing the trust figures as a Valentine’s Day gift from the Canadian public, it isn’t all hearts and roses for the beleaguered business in this survey.
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“And when they ask, ‘Is that your relative?’ I will say, ‘Yes.’” (Sarah Rain)
I remember the day Colten died. It was a hot summer day in Regina, Saskatchewan and… Continue Reading Colten — Our relative, our warrior