Idle No More

Protests spark righteous anger

Last Friday, members of the First Nations, activists, environmentalists and many others held peaceful demonstrations across Canada. The Idle No More movement has swept up the nation, causing an awakening over important issues that can’t be ignored.Continue...

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Vandalism isn’t the solution, but Kingston’s love affair with Sir John A. Macdonald needs to end

Two wrongs don’t make a right — ignoring the real legacy of Canada’s first Prime Minister doesn’t justify vandalism, but neither is vandalism an excuse to continue to celebrate his birthday.Continue...

Gerretsen and Sir John A. event organizer targeted in acts of vandalism

“I’m calmer now that I’m chain smoking,” Arthur Milnes said, puffing on a small section of a cigarette.Continue...

Idle No More demonstrators protest celebration of Sir John A. Macdonald

Not all attendees of this weekend’s bicentenary celebrations of Sir John A. Macdonald were celebrating.Continue...

QJPolitics: Demanding attention

Devastating changes to the global climate are imminent. As if this weren’t enough, humanity also faces the prospect of a crippling water crisis. These issues demand attention from those...Continue...

Idle No More gains local following

Idle No More, the protest movement that’s been gaining ground both nationally and internationally since it began in December, will hit Queen’s this afternoon.Continue...