Hassan Al Kontar featured on CBC radio talking about survival and gratitude in this time of pandemic.
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For BC Heritage Week, Lynn Duncan discusses how a small BC publishers is celebrating the historical legacies and stories of Indigenous peoples, visible minorities, women and other non-white-males who shaped our province.
A month after the storming of the US Capitol and a week after Canada labelled the Proud Boys a terrorist organization, Safer Internet Day (February 9) reminds us of the critical role the online world plays in promoting hatred. This is how a teenage girl from a middle-class Ontario family ended up in white supremacy.
"Tutti fratelli." The end of our Covid battle is in sight. Vaccinations have started and very old and fragile people are first on the list, others will follow, until everyone is made to feel safer. However, this is not true of the whole world. Now more than ever, we need to remember the brave women of Castiglione.
What do Tik Tok, Netflix, Kermit the Frog, sweater-wearing men with deep throats, and those nearly two million people who, within five days in 2020, listened to musician Nathan Evans sing The Wellerman have in common? A taste for sea shanties.