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Occupy Montreal: a lesson in dealing with itinerants and homeless

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As the Occupy movement rolls on, it must deal with those who come not so much to share in the communal building of a new form of alternative resistance to the ills of our financial and governmental system, but for shelter and food. Mixing in with determined occupiers are the itinerants and . . . → Read More: Occupy Montreal: a lesson in dealing with itinerants and homeless

Jack Layton’s Funeral, Learning About Jack, The Family Man. A Few Words To Critics,

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Jack Layton’s state funeral service couldn’t have been more fitting.  Different kinds of music being played, from classical to Quebecois from Martin Deschamps to pop to a gospel rendition of a 60′s Youngbloods’ classic by Julie Michel. The musical selections also represented something Jack Layton strived toward, besides social democracy;  diversity.  In fact, not . . . → Read More: Jack Layton’s Funeral, Learning About Jack, The Family Man. A Few Words To Critics,

Does It Really Take Four Cops And Three Gunshots To Subdue a Homeless Man?

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I really should’ve titled this post, Four cops turn busy Downtown intersection into the OK Corral.  They deserve nothing less. However, I may just get myself arrested or sued for that these days the way things are going. You just never know.

Yesterday morning, cops found a 40 year old homeless man, Mario Hamel, near . . . → Read More: Does It Really Take Four Cops And Three Gunshots To Subdue a Homeless Man?

Homeless For Five Days And Five Nights

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In the midst of  political blogging my co-bloggers and I usually do around here, I always wanted to interrupt this theme with something different. As someone who is left of center,  social justice has always been important to me. As such, I think it is also important to  bring awareness to such causes . . . → Read More: Homeless For Five Days And Five Nights

If The Homeless Can Do It, So Can We

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A homeless man  and his dog walk across Canada to bring awareness to the plight of the homeless.  A Video below from Sun Media. He braves the elements, fatigue and everything else that goes along with being homeless walking for so long.  But he continues the mission. He has places to be and . . . → Read More: If The Homeless Can Do It, So Can We