Dennis Edney recounts his experience defending Omar Khadr and discusses what this affair says about the state of human rights in Canada.
Winnipegger Devin Morrow speaks candidly about her experiences as a teacher in Northern Iraq and what the situation is like in this troubled region.
A panel discussion debates whether building CMHR is a tour de force for our city and our country, or an act of cultural violence against the indigenous heritage of this land.
The discussion had the most innovative format to date for getting clear answers from the participants. Watch the entire debate here.
Compared to national museums in Ottawa, the predictions may be accurate for the expected number of visitors to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, but other figures don’t add up.
She’s worked for candidates at all levels of government, and takes the act of voting very seriously. This is the first time she’s had to work this hard at finding a politician.
A Forum on Youth Issues with Mayoral Candidates will address the issues youth care about on Thursday, October 16 from 6-8 p.m. in the Winnipeg Art Gallery’s Muriel Richardson Auditorium.
The hour-long event was the first time all the mayoral candidates participated in one debate, which had them going head to head on several issues. Watch the entire debate here.
More than 4 million Scots were eligible to vote, and more than 85% of them showed up to do their duty without being bribed or threatened with fines.
As debates go, it was hardly a food fight. The proposals offered by the various candidates seemed to complement one another, rather than to be at odds.