Alex Denonville


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With the surprise election of Donald Trump in the United States, and Kevin O’Leary’s fresh lead in Canada’s Conservative Party leadership race, there’s no better time to talk about economic inequality and its impact on our democracy. more

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Perhaps because it's a sign of an aging body. I'm okay with a few extra pounds around the midsection, but balding seems more like the sands of an hourglass, a strand-by-strand reminder of my march towards inevitable death. more


“If we’re good enough to work here, we’re good enough to live here.” That’s the rallying cry of Canada’s seasonal agricultural workers and those advocating on their behalf. more



Mark Bradley

It shouldn’t be a surprise that poverty is concentrated in particular places. For many Windsorites, the fact that some neighbourhoods are “worse off” is readily apparent. more

It didn’t take long for Dr. Julie Lesnik, a Wayne State University anthropologist, to realize that we in the west are missing out on a highly nutritious, yet much maligned, food source. more


Growth is gospel. It’s the idea that solutions to our problems come from growing our economy, our population, and the boundaries of our cities. more


The recent announcement that the provincial government will fund a basic income pilot project had Windsor’s politicians clamouring to make the case that our city, struggling with chronically high unemployment and persistent poverty, was the perfect.. more

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Much ink has been spilled about the recently cancelled event of an organization which presents itself as a cure to what ails the modern man. more

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We use language to boil down a complex issue, like poverty, into something understandable. It’s comforting to know that we can feed someone through a donation at the grocery store, or put a roof over someone’s head by buying a toque. more



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Citing security concerns, our federal government has said no to unaccompanied young men seeking asylum in Canada. Minister of Defence Harjit Sajjan stated that efforts would be focused on the most vulnerable; families, women and children. more