WEEKLY ROUNDUP: SEPTEMBER 23
Illustration by Erin McPhee
This week, over 50 Aboriginal groups across North America joined hands in signing a treaty to unify their anti-pipeline movements in the U.S. and Canada.
Fans spilled into the streets this week to celebrate Canada’s victory over the American hockey team in the World Cup, securing a spot in the semi-finals.
Justin Trudeau spoke at the U.N. this week, where he announced a deeper Canadian commitment to the international refugee crisis. World leaders exalted his participation, encouraging other countries to follow in Canada’s footsteps.
Pride Toronto offered an official apology to Black Lives Matter Toronto for their inappropriate response to BLMTO’s pride protests and Pride’s history of “anti-blackness.”
Brangelina, no more! Following the announcement of the duo’s split, serious child abuse allegations against Pitt surfaced. The FBI is currently looking into the claims.
The police in Thunder Bay, Ontario is under fire for the systemic racism against Indigenous populations.
Will and Kate’s royal tour of Canada commenced this week! The couple is spending their time in Canada focusing on Indigenous and environmental issues.