The National Union of Public and General Employees joins with its sisters and brothers in the labour movement in calling for greater assistance for Syrian refugees.
In Canada, the image of Aylan Kurdi, reinterpreted by somber political cartoonists and repeated on site after site in the latter half of last week, wrought political fallout. But will it bring change?
This weekend rallies were held across Canada to support refugees and demand more action in the growing refugee crisis.
Cross-country actions took place this weekend to raise awareness of the crisis in Syria and Canada's poor treatment of refugees.
Harper has blood on his hands, from his imperialism wars abroad and racist attacks on refugees at home.
Images can drive a narrative. But how will the story end?
Last weekend there were protests across Canada in response to the death of Alan, Ghalib and Rehanna Kurdi. Watch the call for Canadians to make their voices heard.
Stephen Harper thinks that bombing ISIS will solve the Syrian refugee crisis. How true is this?
It is a horror that Immigration Minister Chris Alexander did nothing to help a desperate Syrian family, who had relatives in Canada. But that indifference is not new.
Chris Alexander promised the Filipino and migrant communities that changes to the Live-In Caregiver Program would protect them and quicken processing times. The opposite has occurred.