Intrigues

Arab Spring legacy: Chaos, civil war

On Dec. 17, 2010, a street vendor in Tunis named Mohamed Bouazizi immolated himself in protest of the arbitrary seizure of his vegetable stand by a local government official. That act triggered the Jasmine Revolution in Tunisia and a wave ...

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The word “PO” changes mindsets

As an educator in global affairs for the past 20 years I have noted a number of anomalies that I would like to bring to your attention. The first you are likely aware of. The attachment of rights and responsibilities. ...

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Chippawas lock selves in TD main office protest

On Nov. 3, 2016  three women locked themselves within TD’s main office in Toronto’s financial district. They demanded that TD acknowledge they are complicit in the violence against Indigenous water protectors at Standing Rock who are blocking pipeline construction (the ...

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Alternate universes in Science Centre gaming adventure

Peer into alternate universes without leaving the Ontario Science Centre when Terracosm, a mixed-reality, mobile gaming adventure, officially launches on October 29, 2016. Created by Toronto’s Digital Howard, Terracosm invites players to travel virtually to alternate universes to complete four unique missions, using ...

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