PSA: On Tuesday, August 20, 2019 there will be a press conference at the office of Liberal MP Andy Fillmore to protest the deportation of Mr. Abdilahi Elmi, and to draw attention to the lack of change in deportation policy since the case of Abdoul Abdi.
As posted on the Nova Scotia Federation of Labour website On Monday, September 2, the Halifax-Dartmouth & District Labour Council…
In a few days our government is planning to deport another Somali refugee who never got his citizenship because of government neglect. Abdilahi Elmi came to Canada as a refugee at age 10. At 13, Ontario Child Welfare apprehended Elmi from his mother. At that point child welfare was the only entity that could legally apply for Elmi’s citizenship—it never did.
On May 23, 2019 John Perkins was falsely accused by a multinational gold mining corporation of creating a disturbance at a public meeting, then violently arrested. Now John has filed a lawsuit against Atlantic Gold and the RCMP. Here is how you can help.
PSA: Far from protecting Canadians from the danger of war, NATO exercises such as Cutlass Fury 2019 further integrates our country into the U.S. war machine.
In 1989, MSVU Art Gallery, the Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia, and the Africville Genealogical Society collaborated on the exhibition Africville: A Spirit That Lives On. Today, on the 30th anniversary of the exhibition, the collaborators have reunited and are joined by the Africville Museum, to create a project looking back at the original exhibition and take the opportunity to reflect on what has happened since.
Media release: The ACE (Advocates for the Care of the Elderly) Team is very concerned that the eight tragic killings of nursing home residents by Elizabeth Wettlaufer could be repeated outside of Ontario, including Nova Scotia.
PSA: This dynamic dramatic musical production written and directed by Anne Johnson-McDonald, is about both the historical and present power of the people of Preston, beginning with the wisdom of an African elder proclaiming and foretelling the power and faith of the people to overcome adversity to reach the greatness of their preordained destiny.
Media release: A survey of birds in a forest on public land in Southwest Nova Scotia, slated to be clearcut found 31 species, 25 of which are migratory species protected under the Migratory Bird Convention Act. Birds identified included warblers, vireos, thrushes and finches.
Indigenous people in faraway Labrador face methylmercury poisoning, but never mind, Nova Scotia can claim it’s meeting its green energy targets.