Just like any human institution, religions are in a constant state of evolution. Just like any human, religious leaders make mistakes.
Clearly, there is a definite link, a profound bond that is growing between Palestinians and colonialized and oppressed peoples around the world.
Good people and bad people can be found in every group.
They’re not guilty of the crimes of their ancestors but they are responsible for building a more peaceful and tolerant country.
If we continue to value Canadian lives more than we value Congolese or Yemini lives, we put our well-being at risk.
We must find out the truth about residential schools if we are to heal from the wounds caused by our cruelty.
The choice should seem obvious, yet around the globe governments still spend astonishing amounts of our money building military might.
Regardless of how we’re told to hate, we will find a way to peace.
Roberto Alomar was a great baseball player but there’s more to being a human than athleticism. The real hero is the woman who reported him.
Freedom of religious expression runs afoul of controversial laws
We continue to sell military equipment to Saudi Arabia, which is responsible for much of the suffering in Yemen.
Troy Media columnist Gerry Chidiac is an award-winning high school teacher specializing in languages, genocide studies and work with at-risk students.