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 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.
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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.
Orange Not Sus: Jagmeet Singh and AOC prophesize progressive victory in ‘Among Us’ livestreamOrange Not Sus: Jagmeet Singh and AOC prophesize progressive victory in ‘Among Us’ livestream
Orange Not Sus: Jagmeet Singh and AOC prophesize progressive victory in ‘Among Us’ livestream
Canadian NDP leader Jagmeet Singh and U.S. congressperson Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez build progressive solidarity in a livestream of Among Us. Danny Taro has the highlights, both for the ever-popular video game and for the political discourse between two progressive rising stars.
Nogojiwanong Stands in Solidarity with Mi'kmaw FisheryNogojiwanong Stands in Solidarity with Mi'kmaw Fishery
Nogojiwanong Stands in Solidarity with Mi'kmaw Fishery
In light of escalating violence against Indigenous fishers on Canada's East coast, Ptbo-Nogo community gathers in solidarity with Mi'kmaw fisheries.
Future Majority Holds Digital Town HallFuture Majority Holds Digital Town Hall
Future Majority Holds Digital Town Hall
Students and volunteers from Future Majority held a digital town hall, meeting with local politicians to discuss current events
Local Publisher Launches Children's Book on National Indigenous Peoples' DayLocal Publisher Launches Children's Book on National Indigenous Peoples' Day
Local Publisher Launches Children's Book on National Indigenous Peoples' Day
The Children's book, "Kindness Is...", has been translated into two Indigneous Languages, Tłı̨chǫ and Inuktitut, launches on National Indigenous Peoples Day
Black Lives Matter in Peterborough-NogojiwanongBlack Lives Matter in Peterborough-Nogojiwanong
Black Lives Matter in Peterborough-Nogojiwanong
In-depth coverage of Black Lives Matter Peterborough/Nogojiwanong's response to anti-Black racism and police brutality in the U.S. and Canada.
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