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Sanctuary City Organizing in Canada

From Hospitality to Solidarity

David Moffette and Jennifer Ridgley

migrant justice struggles. After years of campaigns mobilizing the notion to various degrees, sanctuary city organizing in Canada is again at a crossroads. Migrant communities, researchers, and activists in Canada are discussing sanctuary cities in the

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Eliza Guyol-Meinrath Echeverry

In 2007, security personnel from the Canadian-based Hudbay Minerals Inc. Fenix mine, together with Guatemalan military and police forces, used destruction of crops and property, intimidation, physical assault, and sexual violence to evict the Q

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Carolyn Podruchny

specialization in subarctic and boreal Canada, I was excited to explore trends and commonalities in Indigenous communities from around the circumpolar north. This article, based on that conference paper, is written in the spirit of engaging conversations around

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Bryce Anderson

Indigenous peoples in Canada suffer from relatively high suicide rates, approximately three times that of the total Canadian rate ( Carstens 2000 ; Henry et al. 2018 ; Powell and Gabel 2018 ). Various state-created programmes and efforts to

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Melody Viczko, Marie-Agnès Détourbe, and Shannon McKechnie

). Further efforts are needed in nation states where education systems for post-secondary education are robust, including in Canada and the European Union (EU), where upwards of 40 per cent of the population have completed education beyond secondary schooling

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Donald A. Bailey

The argument is that Canadian and American historians need significant knowledge of European or Asian history if they are really to understand their own special subject—for at least three reasons. Without a significantly different subject to serve for comparison and contrast, the understanding of any given subject is impossible. The vast majority of our citizens/residents or their ancestors contributed a great part of their cultural heritage to our society. And 300 to 500 years is too chronologically shallow for anyone to grasp adequately the historical process. To illustrate the usefulness of such collateral knowledge, the experiences of four distinct European regions—the middle Danube, the Netherlands, the British Isles, and the Delian League of Ancient Greece—are briefly traced, with North American "applications" sometimes stated and sometimes left to be discerned. The concluding arguments stress the uniqueness of history in emphasizing TIME (the chronological environment) and the need to think metaphorically for understanding and communicating one's subject (the metaphors come from significantly different historical experiences, as well as from the arts).

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Stephanie J. Silverman

In a 2016 article, I helped to breathe life into an immigration detainee in the Central Region (the province of Ontario minus Ottawa and Kingston) of Canada. With my co-author, Petra Molnar, I figured Amir as a composite case study based on real

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Governing Global Aeromobility

Canada and Airport Refugee Claimants in the 1980s

Bret Edwards

On 1 January 1989, Chhinder Paul, a twenty-two-year-old Indian national, sought asylum in Canada at Montreal-Mirabel International Airport following an overseas flight. 1 Paul informed the Mirabel immigration officer that he was a refugee who

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Perspectives from the Ground

Colonial Bureaucratic Violence, Identity, and Transitional Justice in Canada

Jaymelee J. Kim

sacred site, and the desecration of graves, to the frustration of informants, was occurring despite the political rhetoric promoting reconciliation and justice in Canada. Andrea highlights her experience with everyday colonial violence that persisted

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Mark C. J. Stoddart and Paula Graham

? We answer this question through an analysis of coverage of Newfoundland tourism in newspapers from key source countries for visitors to the region: Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom. Third, are there significant differences between the