They say an image is worth a thousand of words and this saying particularly applies to what is happening in Montreal this week.
Usually, anything that promotes more video game playing by youth is frowned upon by parents.
In the 1960s thousands of Aboriginal children were snatched from their homes and sent to live with non-Aboriginal middle class families, supposedly for the benefit of the child.
Emotions ran high at the third day of the Truth and Reconciliation hearings in Montreal Friday.
Raymond Robinson of Cross Lake First Nation is into his third day of a hunger strike.
The Idle No More movement was created two months ago and shows no signs of letting up.
About three dozen Mohawks from Tyendinaga blocked the main rail line between Toronto and Montreal for several hours Sunday in support of hunger-striking Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence.
Enough is enough.
Social workers from across Quebec gathered in Montreal Tuesday.