In 2020, I accepted an invitation to join the Editorial Board of Canadian Dimension (CD). CD describes itself as “the longest-standing voice of the left in Canada. For more than [...]
On March 7, 2021, the Palestinian Youth Movement – Vancouver hosted a panel discussion about the myriad ways in which Canada’s government is complicit in the oppression and suffering [...]
The National Post is apoplectic again. This time, the target of the Post’s ire is an online event held in November by the Canadian Foreign Policy Institute, the Canadian Peace Congress and the [...]
In August 2016, on the eve of the Green Party of Canada’s biannual general meeting, B’nai Brith Canada, a “staunch defender” of the state of Israel, published an article [...]
Yesterday, at the General Dynamics plant in London, Ontario, I joined with Amnesty International and dozens of human rights activists to condemn the Trudeau government’s sale of weaponized [...]
Last month, in a letter to the Hill Times, I responded to an op-ed by Phil Gurski, a former senior strategic analyst with Canada’s spy agency (CSIS), in which Mr. Gurski raised the spectre [...]
To date, on a per capita basis, Canada and the United States have suffered far more COVID19-related deaths than Cuba. This week on Dimitri Live, I asked Cuba-based, British journalist Ed Augustin [...]
This week on Dimitri Live, I spoke with anti-racism expert Kike Ojo of the Kojo Institute about the ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic is exposing anti-black racism.
On February 24, 2020, shortly after the Ontario Provincial Police arrested Indigenous land defenders in Mohawk territory of Tyendinaga, I spoke to Indigenous lawyer, scholar and activist Pam Palmater.
Today, the Ontario Provincial Police arrested Indigenous land defenders at Tyendinaga. This is my statement on what the arrests say about the reality of our country, but also about the potential [...]