Canadian Queer Muslims Speak On Love and Faith
Politics / Social issues

Canadian Queer Muslims Speak On Love and Faith

“We have always been here, it’s just that the world wasn’t ready for us yet,” explains Dali, a young Muslim featured in Toronto photographer and artist Samra Habib’s project Just Me and Allah: A Queer Muslim Photo Project. The brainchild of the achingly beautiful 2014 project is finding new life on social media in the aftermath … Continue reading

The 2015 Elle Beaver List of Canadian Women of the Year
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The 2015 Elle Beaver List of Canadian Women of the Year

They are the Canadian women who inspired us to do better, aspire to greater things, reminded us of our humanity, our frailties and our failures.  They are women who made headlines, made us laugh, broke the Internet, broke our hearts and made us think.  Elle Beaver brings you its list of some of the women … Continue reading

​From Paris to Canada to Beirut – We Aren’t “Civilized” (And What We Can Do Change That)
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​From Paris to Canada to Beirut – We Aren’t “Civilized” (And What We Can Do Change That)

Genuine reflection on foreign policies and interventions, rather than blame-mongering, needed in wake of Beirut, Paris attacks   As news filters out of Paris today and the pieces start to come together, that one piece of information is finally there: One of the suicide bombers had an express passport and came in with other Syrian … Continue reading

The Women of #ELXN42: Badass Babes Who Rocked the Boat
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The Women of #ELXN42: Badass Babes Who Rocked the Boat

Happy election day, Canada! Get out and vote! And if you’re stuck waiting in long lines at the polls, here’s some great reading material about the women who shaped the 2015 federation election campaign. The candidates, pundits, strategists, advocates and journalists who made headlines, shaping our political landscape. Catch up with our Women of #elxn42! … Continue reading