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Power to the people , January 20th, 2023

Posted by Jason Toney on

Power to the People Despite overt support for defunding the police since 2020 especially following the murder of George Floyd, funding and importance of law enforcement continues to grow. At the end of 2022, the budget increase for 2023 of the Service de police de la Ville de Montréal (SPVM) was set at $68 million, increasing the total to $787 million. The SPVM witnessed the largest increase since 2020 in comparison to other urban police forces across Canada. The increased allocation of funds to law enforcement is accompanied by their growing presence, evident by the debated and opposed COP15 of...

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There is no Planet B January 13, 2023

Posted by Jason Toney on

There is no Planet B The extreme heatwaves in Europe, drought, and flooding in Pakistan during 2022 were telling indications of the imminency of climate change and environmental degradation. Voted the fifth warmest year globally, 2022 has demonstrated the consequences of human-driven actions and failure by governments and organizations to address environmental issues. 2022 witnessed the resistance against the COP27 and COP15 conferences as well as a lawsuit against the Swedish state led by many protesters including Greta Thunberg. These events exemplify the superficiality of targets in preserving biodiversity or halting the decline of nature. COP 15 demonstrated the failure...

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Decolonize, de-Imperialize, and Restore Sovereignty
January 6, 2023

Posted by Jason Toney on

Decolonize, de-Imperialize, and Restore Sovereignty In the Strategy for the Liberation of Palestine by the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, Ghassan Kanafani wrote "Everything in this world can be robbed and stolen, except one thing; this one thing is the love that emanates from a human being towards a solid commitment to a conviction or cause.” In December 2010, the spread of uprisings across North Africa and the Middle East represented a concerted effort by students and other young people who were discontented with the standards of living, unemployment, corruption, lack of equality and so forth. Not only...

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