Free food forests could potentially solve a massive food insecurity issue in Canada as well, where 1 in 8 households live with food insecurity.
“We lost power on Wednesday at 9 am, and it was restored on Friday. No one knew about the severity of the storm. Monday and Tuesday we saw freezing rain and snow, the temperatures were negative 12 degrees Celsius,” said Auzana Kasnavia
[WATCH] Indigenous-operated non-profit organizations feed, shelter 1,400 people in Winnipeg; locate two missing women
Churches and hotels kept their doors closed due to COVID-19 restrictions even when more than 1,400 people needed protection from freezing cold
“I can’t afford to live,” the 24-year-old says in a viral tweet
Herb Washington, a Black McDonald’s franchise owner, has sued the corporation for racial discrimination, citing “racist policies and practices” towards Black franchisees.
The Neighbourhood Watch released a music video for their new song “20 year dream”
The US Border Controls hails itself as a “humanitarian organization,” but an inquiry by two humanitarian NGOs dispute this claim. It criticizes the Border Patrol’s militarized policing and treatment of migrants in distress. Read here:
[TRIGGER WARNING: Rape, torture] Uighur woman survives China’s ‘re-education’ camp, alleges systematic rape, torture
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According to the City of Toronto, in 2020 there were more than 2,000 total Covid-19 deaths and 823 drug related deaths in Toronto.
NANAIMO — In August, Roy Jack, 46, a member of the Ahousaht First Nation, will cycle from Vancouver to Edmonton to raise money for childhood cancer research, as part of the Great Cycle Challenge, Ha-Shilth-Sa Newspaper reported. “Kids should be living life, not fighting for it,” stated Jack’s Great Cycle Challenge profile, where people can […]