Category: North America

Remembrance Day Remarks in South Georgian Bay

On this day, 75 years ago, a peace treaty was signed ending WWII, and ever since, on this day, we remember and honour the millions of soldiers and civilians who  died in World Wars I and II;  and the millions and millions more who died, or had their lives destroyed, in the over 250 wars since WWII.   But remembering those who died  is not enough.

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Jon Mitchell on Talk Nation Radio

Talk Nation Radio: Jon Mitchell on Poisoning the Pacific

This week on Talk Nation Radio: the poisoning of the Pacific and who the worst culprit is. Joining us from Tokyo is Jon Mitchell, a British journalist and author based in Japan. In 2015, he was awarded the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Japan’s Freedom of the Press Lifetime Achievement Award for his investigations into human rights issues on Okinawa.

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Canada's combat ship program

Who Is The Enemy? Defund Militarism And Fund Institutions Of Social Value In Canada

Canada needs a conversion to a green economy, away from fossil fuel production, to include a fair transition and retraining of displaced workers. There is a need for extraordinary investment in the new economy to enable a move towards climate change mitigation, environmental sustainability and social justice. We do not need increased investment in things that have no redeeming social value by endlessly preparing for war.

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