“A haunting study in empathy.”
“If journalists are afraid, or aren’t permitted, to follow major stories … we lose a keystone of democracy in Canada: press freedom and the right to know.”
A feminist killjoy “takes pleasure in the work of interrupting the patriarchal norms that pass as joys.” When the guy at the checkout counter addresses his customer as “my love,” the feminist killjoy is the one who says “I’m not your love.”
The Innu were aware of how powerful political involvement could make them. Young Innu began to lobby seriously for recognition of their Indigenous rights, which had been pencilled out of the Confederation agreement with Newfoundland.