Maia Wyman discusses the systemic barriers that immigrant women of colour face in the Canadian labour market.
Kevin O'Leary's unbridled capitalism poses a great danger to lower class Canadians.
Opinion writer Ryanne Lau explores how the adoption of Bill 62 serves as an expression of Québec nationalism, based on a distinct French and Catholic cultural identity. The promotion of a sole and unique national identity fosters discrimination against minority groups that do not conform.
Opinion Writer Maia Wyman explores how companies like Dior commodify social justice movements by appropriating their struggles and slogans for the purpose of mass-consumerism.
Opinion Editor Kyle Stewart analyses the rise of alternative facts in Canada and Justin Trudeau's style of politics centered around post-truths.
Staff writer R. Bennett Flynn examines the anti-democratic dimensions of contemporary political "personalities," and the emergence of politicians as a social class of their own.
Alex Gold-Apel explores the rise of the politically engaged athlete, and points to their value in bringing attention and providing momentum to social movements.
James Flanagan proposes that radical social critiques can often belie surprisingly conservative outlooks. It is imperative that the Left does not let its actions contradict its support of grassroots activism and class solidarity.
Ryanne Lau on why emphasizing male ally voices in the feminist movement does little more than reproduce patriarchy.
Alex Gold-Apel on why recent events at McGill underscore the insufficiency of male actions against sexual violence.