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Cancel Canada Day: Celebrate Indigenous Languages Instead

The first week of July is one associated with fireworks and feasts for many people in North America. “Canada Day” is a national holiday intended to mark the passing of the Constitution Act in 1867 and thus the creation of what we now call “Canada”.

Dismantling Environmental Racism in Canada

Dismantling Environmental Racism in Canada

“There are few people who want a landfill near them.” Dr. Ingrid Waldron, a professor in the Faculty of Health at Dalhousie University and the executive director of the ENRICH Project, studies the intersections of health, race, and socioeconomic status in communities affected by environmental pollution.

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A Space for Every Body

A Space for Every Body

Keighty Gallagher, founder of Tight Club Athletics, sat down with us to share her thoughts on how COVID changed the fitness industry and her passion for both mental and physical health. ::: Tell us how Tight Club Athletics came to be. What inspired you? I started...

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India’s Farmers: Sowing the Seeds of Dissent

India’s Farmers: Sowing the Seeds of Dissent

Malala Yousafzai has been quoted as saying “If people were silent, nothing would change.” This past year has emphasized the power of this sentiment. Uprisings and protests have been happening across the globe – activists standing up against injustice, diverse politicians working to dismantle from within…

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All Eyes on Mi’kma’ki

All Eyes on Mi’kma’ki

“THIS IS TERRORISM” are the words that Dr. Pam Palmater writes alongside a video on Twitter. The video depicts a lobster pound, ablaze, in Middle West Pubnico, Nova Scotia. A week prior, the same building was the site of a 200-person mob descending on two Mi’kmaw fishers who were forced to barricade themselves inside.

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#Startaripple

Our actions define us.

Whether you can give five minutes, five dollars or five days, your actions contribute to a positive ripple of change. Click the button below to view all resources listed in our Issue 01. If you haven’t already, order a copy today!

Poster of RBG

Watch the documentary “RBG” about Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s life or the film “Girl Rising.”

Join the Movement

There’s a rumbling of change reverberating around the globe, catalyzed by the realization that we must come together, even when we are separated by land, sea and an invisible disease.

It is in this climate that we launch RIPPLE OF CHANGE magazine.