Why aren’t we talking about China?
In this op-ed, Connor Belbin explains why he thinks Canadians ought to be more concerned over China's human rights abuses, as Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig re-adjust to normal life after three years in a Chinese prison..
Justin Trudeau is Executing an Ideological Purge in the Federal Bureaucracy
Re-elected Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, announced last week that his Liberal government will require COVID-19 vaccinations throughout the federal service and this anonymous contributor to Arthur is on-board. Read more to find out why L.A. Seneca thinks this public health measure is coming at the right time.
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Recap: End-times environmental debateRecap: End-times environmental debate
Recap: End-times environmental debate
As the election inches ever-nearer, residents of the Peterborough-Kawartha riding are increasingly bombarded with debates, canvases, political ads on the interweb, radio and TV. Read on for coverage of last week’s all candidates environmental debate.
Seven Things Settlers Can Do Instead of Celebrating C*nada DaySeven Things Settlers Can Do Instead of Celebrating C*nada Day
Seven Things Settlers Can Do Instead of Celebrating C*nada Day
This year, as we grapple with the discoveries of what is now over 1 300 children found in mass graves at residential schools, many are left wondering what there is to celebrate on July 1st. So while you trade your red and white for an orange shirt, Arthur has put together a non-exhaustive list of steps you can take towards decolonization on C*nada Day this year.
Catholic Church Calls Accountability 'Unfair'Catholic Church Calls Accountability 'Unfair'
Catholic Church Calls Accountability 'Unfair'
In this article, Cheyenne Wood unpacks the troubling deflections of blame made by members of the Catholic Church and the Canadian government in the weeks since the discovery of a mass grave of Indigenous children at the Kamloops Residential School. While neither institution has fully taken on accountability for the atrocities committed, they both have blood on their hands.
News Goes Down Under!News Goes Down Under!
News Goes Down Under!
In this article, Rob Gibson explains why Facebook's choice to remove news content from its site in Australia. This controversial decision by the multi-billion dollar tech company was made amidst ongoing conversations about how to regulate social media, news media, and the internet more broadly. Find out how greed is driving the conversations, and policy development around regulating the internet.
Laurentian's TensionsLaurentian's Tensions
Laurentian's Tensions
Katie Pedlar dives into the dire financial situation at Laurentian University and questions if these circumstances could arise at Trent University. This article touches on administrative redundancies, international tuition and post secondary funding.
Defending Moose on Unceded LandsDefending Moose on Unceded Lands
Defending Moose on Unceded Lands
In this Arthur exclusive, Cheyenne Wood interviews an Indigenous Trent Student who was involved in organizing a moratorium on unceded Algonquin lands near La Vérendrye Wildlife Reserve in Northern Quebec. Local Anishinaabeg community members have been calling for a five year moratorium on non-Indigenous moose hunting to to allow for repopulation. Recent years have seen a steep decline in moose, and a lack of response from the Quebec government. Cheyenne Wood uses this example to explore other examples of contemporary colonial violence in Canada, and the difficulties involved in defending unceded territory.
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