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UN special rapporteur gives annual Vigod Memorial Lecture

The Dr. Bernie Vigod Memorial Lecture in Human Rights featured speaker David Boyd, a United Nations special rapporteur on human rights and the environment....

Microagressions and privilege: STU Black Student Association hosts event to eliminate stereotypes

St. Thomas University’s Black Student Association hosted the second part of its Breaking the Stereotypes speaker series on Feb. 25 through Zoom, with 23...

From hate to hope: Vigod lecture in human rights goes digital this year

St. Thomas University hosts the Dr. Bernie Memorial Vigod Lecture every year, but this time it's all online. This year's topic is "From Hate...
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The silence of Queen Elizabeth on Canada’s Indigenous history

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‘Literal war’: Memorial raises awareness about situation in Iran

Fredericton’s Iranian community held a memorial at Fredericton City Hall Friday, calling for the ceasing of violence in Iran. The ceremony was held in honour...

Canada Summer Games: More than a tournament

The 2022 Canada Summer Games, held in Niagara, Ont., saw the celebration of athletic excellence from across the country. There were familiar faces at...