In the 1950s, North America’s key gender message was encapsulated in the TV sitcom, I Love Lucy. Lucille Ball was portrayed as a ditzy, lovable housewife, married to an amusingly macho husband, Desi Arnaz. 1,326 more words
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Downtown Vancouver’s churches are coming together for a rare joint service and other special observances on Sunday to show their commitment to reconciling with Canada’s Aboriginal Peoples. 557 more words
A committee of the United Church of Canada has unanimously voted for a “review of the effectiveness of Rev. Gretta Vosper,” the Toronto clergyperson and author who proudly promotes herself as an atheist and publicly denounces all forms of religion. 782 more words
In the minds of many Canadians, the treatment of aboriginals and immigrants is inextricably tied together, and it’s creating moral confusion.
I have witnessed on dozens of occasions a discussion about Canada’s immigration policies going sideways when someone suddenly flags the plight of the country’s aboriginals. 1,322 more words