The World Court ruled unanimously yesterday against the Myanmar government's Rohingya genocide. Find out why this is a setback for Myanmar's ruler, Aan San Suu Kyi and a victory for universal human rights. (4:00 min read)
China's human rights record took centre stage in the Human Rights Watch 2020 World Report and for all the wrong reasons. Find out why HRW says that China's government views human rights as an existential threat. (5:00 min read)
Two huts for the homeless erected by local volunteers were torn down by the Winnipeg Police Service. Meanwhile a harsh winter has arrived. Find out more. (4:30 min read)
The China Cables is the name the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists has given to leaked documents exposing China's secret persecution of Muslims know as Uyghurs. Find out the latest on this cultural genocide. (3:30 min read)
The Myanmar Genocide against the Rohingya people came up in both international courts this week. Find out about the atrocity, the role and history of each court and why you don't hear much about the plight of "the most oppressed people on Earth." (3:30 min read)
Don Cherry lost his job yesterday over Remembrance Day remarks about immigrants and poppies. We explore what this means for cancel culture and the intent of the originators of the poppy tradition. (3:30 min read)
The latest on Soufi's restaurant is that Alaa Al Soufi has been arrested. Find out more.
The Syrian Restaurant in Toronto that closed due to harassment and then reopened is a messy tale. Find out the full story here. (5:30 min read)
24 UN human rights experts published an open letter on hate speech. Find out what they had to say. (3:30 min read)
Find out about Neskatanka. The Canadian First Nations community was under a boil-water advisory for 25 years when things got even worse. They're not alone.