This week’s news features a human library, all of the coverage on Wab Kinew, a First Nation that has 100s of kids not in school due to one problem, local messages of both love and hate for newcomers, and much more.
In this week’s news, Winnipeggers eat in the dark, Wab is elected NDP leader, Steve Kirby allegations come to light, health-care premiums are considered, and more.
In this week’s news, Riding Mountain sets a new first, the police pay up to 5x more to use a brand-name product, Winnipeg responds to white supremacy, and more.
Are you looking to gain experience in the human rights sector? Are you passionate about human rights? If so, consider joining our team! This fall, we’re looking for a group of volunteers to join our team and help us expand and improve the work we’re doing. With nearly two years under our belt now (our birthday’s next month!), we’ve had a bit of time to reflect on our original vision and the services we provide. From the get go, our …
We’ve gathered all of the info on the wildfire evacuees from Wasagamack, St. Theresa Point, and Garden Hil First Nations. Also in this week’s news, a counter-protest against hate is planned, Winnipeggers react to crises in Sierra Leone, North Dakota and Houston, we finally get a look at what Pallister is thinking re: a carbon tax, and much more!