Monthly archive

By teleSUR, August 24, 2017   Some 58 medical students from the IV Cohort of Haitian Doctors graduated Tuesday after studying in Venezuela…
By Stephanie Levitz, National Observer, August 23, 2017 The Liberal government is misleading people when it says there's no advantage to…
By Crawford Kilian, The Tyee, August 23, 2017  When you follow disease outbreaks in obscure parts of the world, you soon notice the…
By Stephen Millies, Worker's World, July 13, 2017 July 14 is Bastille Day. On that date in 1789 tens of thousands of poor people in Paris…
By Alan Woods, theStar.com, August 23, 2017 Canada is no automatic safe haven for those seeking quick entry into the country or fleeing the…
By Benjamin Shingler, CBC.ca, August 09, 2017 A visit by Haitian government representatives to Montreal as thousands of people from the…
By Kim Ives, Haiti Liberté, August 16, 2017 Aug. 12, 2017 marked the 10th anniversary of the disappearance of Haitian human rights activist…
By Hadani Ditmar, The New Arab, August 16, 2017 Canadian politicians have rightly raised concerns over arms sales to Saudi Arabia, in…
By: Tortilla Con Sal, teleSUR, August 13, 2017 Over the last year, in Latin America, Amnesty International has taken their collusion in…
By Frederico Fuentes, Green Left, August 12, 2017 Haiti’s Senate has passed a bill that makes same sex marriage a crime and bans public…
By Azad Essa, Al Jazeera, August 9, 2017 UN peacekeepers are sent to some of the most war-ravaged countries on Earth, ostensibly to help…
By Travis Ross, CHAN Co-editor, August 7, 2017 On August 6, approximately 300 people attended a rally outside the Olympic Stadium to…
By Nick Duffy, Pink News, August 3, 2017 The Haitian Senate has approved a law that makes it a crime to “publicly demonstrate support” for…
By Azad Essa, Al Jazeera, August 3, 2017 UN peacekeepers are sent to the most war-ravaged countries on Earth, ostensibly to help them…
By Kim Ives, Haiti Liberté, August 2, 2017 Declaration of Haiti Liberté   As a part of the PetroCaribe alliance, Haiti imports gas from…
By Ashifa Kassam, The Guardian, August 2, 2017 A recent surge in asylum seekers arriving from the United States has prompted Canadian…
By Tristan Clavel, InSight Crime, July 28, 2017  Haiti is reconstituing its previously disbanded army after more than two decades, amid…
By Marty Patriquin, ipolitics, July 31, 2017 About a week before the 2015 federal election, Justin Trudeau waltzed onto the dais of Tout…
By teleSUR, July 26, 2017 The Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated they will be closing and reducing approximately 66 percent of their…
By Wendy Galietta, Washington Post, July 24, 2017 The maternity ward at St. Therese Hospital in Hinche, Haiti, doesn’t have running water…