Monthly archive

By Jacqueline Charles, Miami Herald, July 17, 2019 Haiti-based human rights organizations have put the death toll in La Saline as high as…
By Jean Saiint-Vil, Jafrikayiti, July 4, 2019 This year, an unprecedented event took place on Canada Day, in Ottawa. A group of Canadians…
By Haiti Action Committee, San Francisco Bay Review, July 16, 2019 Haiti Action Committee together with the National Lawyers Guild is…
By L'info Haiti, July 16, 2019 Monday, January 15th, activists from Solidarité Québec-Haïti #Petrochallenge 2019 (Quebec-Haiti Solidarity…
By Jane Regan, Haiti Info, July 2019 Haiti Info was published in Haiti from Aug. 31, 1992 until Oct. 2, 1999. Working with peasant…
By Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti (IJDH), July 15, 2019 Today, the Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti (IJDH)…
By Judith Mirkinson, National Lawyers Guild & Seth Donnelly, Haiti Action Committee, July 8, 2019 The Lasalin Massacre and the Human…
By Sheikh Irfan Mohammed, venturebeat.com, June 30, 2019 The technological revolutions that have shaped the modern world have thus far all…
By Isabelle Papillon, Haiti Liberté, July 10, 2019 On Jun. 21, 2019 at the Oloffson Hotel in Port-au-Prince, Haitian opposition political…
By Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), July 5, 2019 Far from the cameras, Haiti is faced with a major crisis as political and socioeconomic…
By Alastair Sharp, National Observer, July 10, 2019 Canadian embassy staff in Africa and officials in Ottawa paid little attention to…
By Yves Engler, July 8, 2019 Given his personal history perhaps it is no surprise that Justin Trudeau is fond of monarchies. The United…
By Ben Norton, The Grayzone, July 5, 2019 The US State Department boasted in a declassified memo in March 2017 that Canada had adopted an…
By Brent Patterson, Peace Brigades International (PBI), July 4, 2019 Peace Brigades International-Colombia Project accompanies the Luis…
By Brent Patterson, rabble.ca, July 4, 2019 Activists have raised concerns after a photo of Honduran soldiers riding in a truck with a…
By Simon Black & Anthony Fenton, the conversation, June 25, 2019 As Canada’s largest labour organization and the political arm of the…
By Andrew Russell, Global news, June 28, 2019 A Canadian company has signed a US$6-million deal to lobby foreign governments on behalf of…
By Amanda Annand, the Narwhal, June 22, 2019 Arriving in Cerro de San Pedro is like taking a step back in time. The original framework of…
By Roger Jordan, World Socialist Website, June 22, 2019 Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Liberal government have declared…
By REAL News, June 21, 2019 Prisilla Alvarado, a lawyer acting for imprisoned human rights defender Edwin Espinal, condemns Canadian…
By Steven Chase, the Globe & Mail, June 20, 2019 Human rights and arms control advocates are urging Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s…
By Alexander Rubenstein, Mintpress News, June 19, 2019 Canada’s foreign policy, under the auspices of Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland,…
By Jonathan Watts, the Guardian, June 18, 2019 When safari tourists drive to the Serengeti national park in Tanzania, few realise they are…
By Vijay Prashad, Portside, June 4, 2019 Canada’s embassy in Venezuela will—at the end of this month—close. The spur for this closure is…
By Taylor Report, July 3, 2019 Featuring author & activist Yves Engler. Trudeau-Freeland wax on about "rule of law," "our values,"…
By Jane Regan, Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR), June 29, 2019 Tens of thousands marching in the streets nationwide to denounce…
By Guilberly Loussaint, the conversation, June 28, 2019 In July, hundreds of pilgrims will make their way to an isolated town in the…
By Catherine Champagne, Haiti Liberté, June 26, 2019 Concerning the report of the Superior Court of Auditors and Administrative Disputes (…
By Kim Ives, Haiti Liberté, June 26, 2019 Eight years ago, the Organization of American States (OAS) helped orchestrate an illegal…
By Mark Paul, Irish Times, June 24, 2019 Several companies, including Denis O’Brien’s Caribbean telecoms group Digicel, are expected to…