And then there was nothing

Destructionists erupted with great cheer and jubilation in downtown Montreal as a statue of Canada’s first prime minister, Sir John A. Macdonald, toppled to the ground.

What was the point?

It seems like everyone is going camping these days – people at work, friends of friends and far away relatives enjoying a few days roughing it.

We will do better: A message from the editor

As journalists, we are tasked with many vital responsibilities, perhaps none as important as calling out injustice on behalf of those who do not have a voice or those whose voices have for centuries been ignored - or maimed or killed into silence - by those in power.