This Canada Day is a time to celebrate the progress we have made as a country while also reflecting on our shared history.
Posts published in “Social-Justice”
Discussing relationships between the individual and society to bring equality and peace. In Social-Justice, Nouvelle brings a dialogue on opportunities for greater social mobility, economic justice and regulations on personal activity.
The Canadian tax system has historically disincentivized First Nations People from filling taxes. This has led to their systematic exclusion from Federal welfare benefits. This exclusion can only be remedied through divorcing the welfare state from the tax system. The response to COVID-19 gives us clues on how to radically transform this racist system.
Altogether, Bill 184 does nothing to stop N12 evictions, makes it harder for tenants to defend themselves in court, and makes it easier to evict people after COVID. Bill 184 is an attack against tenants and the poor.
The decision is another blow to companies such as Foodora, Uber, and Lyft who practice unequal, or exploitative business practices. It also reaffirms the principle of access to justice for employees who have legitimate grievances against their employer.
Canada's digital divide is real and has huge implications for internet access and speed in rural areas. Having recently applied for a CRTC licence, Elon Musk seems to be angling towards making rural Canada a "major priority" for his Starlink satellite internet venture.