Addressing Racism Locally

by PERC The horrifying death of George Floyd at the hands of police in Minneapolis on May 25th is the latest in a tragic string of deaths of black people at the hands of the police, and one which has fanned the flames of protest around institutional racism in much of North America. It has left many of us wondering what we can do to … Continue reading Addressing Racism Locally

Climate Justice or Militarism? – Canada’s 2 yr Window to Decide

By Brent Patterson. Reproduced with permission from Peace Brigades International – Canada. It is possible that the world could see a decrease in spending on weapons due to the drop in the price of oil, pandemic related debt, and a popular push for public funds to be spent on health care and the environment rather than increasingly on armaments. On May 18, The Guardian reported, “Saudi … Continue reading Climate Justice or Militarism? – Canada’s 2 yr Window to Decide

Remembering the 2-yr Parliament Peace Camp Opposing Cruise Missiles

By Brent Patterson. Reproduced with permission from Peace Brigades International – Canada. On March 10, 1982, Don Sellar of Southam News reported on a not-yet-public agreement between Canada and the United States for the testing of a range of weapons in this country. It was a news report that would both prompt an investigation of Sellar by the FBI and spur the peace movement into action. … Continue reading Remembering the 2-yr Parliament Peace Camp Opposing Cruise Missiles