ByDecember 2, 2020
Environmental degradation has coincided with the dispossession and disempowerment of Indigenous Peoples in Canada and elsewhere. We can’t turn back the clock, but we can make a better future.
Rev. Naomi Kabugi is a Priest in the Anglican Diocese of Ottawa and a member of CPJ’s Board of Directors.
The brokenness of our societal structures and our economic systems mean that for many this is a time of tremendous hardship, insecurity, and loss. We need to continue to come together to work to right these wrongs.
In the summer of 2020, CPJ’s Board of Directors elected Cherilyn Spraakman as its new chair. Cherilyn spoke with Brad Wassink about her new role as CPJ’s Board chair.
We know that the success achieved by the UK, Denmark, and New Zealand is largely attributed to legislated accountability measures.
Canadian churches and faith-based organizations under For the Love of Creation have launched two programs to increase dialogue on climate change
The Safe Third Country Agreement (STCA) is an asylum agreement between Canada and the United States recognizing one another as safe countries for potential refugees to seek protection. Enacted on December 29, 2004, the Agreement holds that refugee claimants are required to request refugee protection in the first safe country they arrive in; unless they…