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26 February 2015
The textile industry and ready-to-wear clothing bring many things to mind: trends, vogues, fashionistas, styles, wardrobes and accessories, for some. For others, they raise questions about precarious working conditions, lack of financial security, polluting production processes and impacts on the...
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26 February 2015
Have you heard of American senator Joseph McCarthy? He was the one who chaired a senatorial inquiry to find, track down and expose communist activists and supporters in the U.S.A. in the early fifties. The inquiry soon turned into a witch hunt, with sights set on progressives, homosexuals,...
Blog - Steven Guilbeault
26 February 2015
With degrees in anthropology and English literature under her belt, our volunteer of eclectic interests is currently pursuing a religious studies certificate at the Université du Québec à Montréal. Actively involved in the community, Mélanie is also working on a housing project for people with...
Actu - Mélanie Rabette
26 February 2015
Get ready for a major grassroots mobilization on April 11 in Quebec City! The Act on Climate March will bring thousands to the streets of the nation’s capital this spring. Prime Minister Philippe Couillard will be preparing to receive colleagues from Canada to discuss climate change, and we...
Actu - Act on Climate March
12 February 2015
Équiterre invites you to a big oil spill for Montreal’s Nuit Blanche. This year, Équiterre and our partners have put together a particularly explosive evening where you can discuss oil projects while sipping black cocktails. On February 28, at 8:00 p.m., the Centre for Sustainable Development...
Actu - Black Oil for Nuit Blanche
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