Anya Zoledziowski

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Sex Workers Say 'Anti-Trafficking Raids' Are Often a Guise to Target Them

Migrant sex workers who are in the industry by choice say cops and border security conflate sex trafficking with sex work as a way to police migration in Canada.
Anya Zoledziowski
13 hours ago
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Quarantined Migrant Workers Are Being Fed 'Crappy' Food

"The people who feed us are hungry," one advocate said, adding that the meals are unhealthy and culturally insensitive.
Anya Zoledziowski
7.30.20
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Mysterious Seeds from China Are Showing up in U.S, Canadian Mailboxes

People in Canada and the U.S. have been finding unsolicited seeds in the mail that could potentially threaten the environment, prompting federal agencies to investigate.
Anya Zoledziowski
7.29.20
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An American Jumped the Border, Evaded Canadian Cops By Floating Down a River

The suspect allegedly spent two and a half hours in the Kettle River before police finally arrested him and turned him over to the Canadian Border Services Agency.
Anya Zoledziowski
7.28.20
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Arctic Sea Ice Is Melting So Fast It Just Hit a Record Low

About 1 million square kilometres less of the ocean is covered with ice than in the past seven years, according to new findings, and it's largely caused by the Arctic's record-breaking heatwave.
Anya Zoledziowski
7.27.20
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Adjudicator Who Didn't Believe a Refugee's Rape Also Doubted LGBTQ Claimants

The Immigration and Refugee Board adjudicator didn't understand why a claimant kept a baby after being raped, and didn't believe a man was gay in part because he hadn't attended Toronto Pride.
Anya Zoledziowski
7.27.20
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This B.C. Government Agency Wants You to Use Glory Holes

The British Columbia Centre for Disease Control safe sex guidelines literally say 'glory holes' can limit the spread of COVID-19.
Anya Zoledziowski
7.21.20
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Young People Blamed for New COVID-19 Outbreaks in Canada

But politicians are the ones who decided to reopen high risk businesses like bars and restaurants in the first place.
Anya Zoledziowski
7.21.20
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Canada Sees Uptick in COVID-19 Cases as Country Starts Opening Up

While Canadian cases remain tiny compared to the U.S., health officials are warning that opening bars and clubs may be too much of a risk.
Anya Zoledziowski
7.17.20
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Canada's Mythic RCMP Stuck in the Wrong Century

Marge Hudson, a former Indigenous female RCMP officer, has launched a class action lawsuit against the organization for rampant, decades-long systemic racism.
Anya Zoledziowski
7.17.20
News

Edmonton’s Football Team Finally Drops Name: Report

The move follows Washington’s NFL team dropping its racist, anti-Indigenous name.
Anya Zoledziowski
7.16.20
News

Ontario Police Shot and Killed a 73-Year-Old Man Refusing to Wear a Face Mask

The man was allegedly assaulting people inside a grocery store before he was shot dead by Ontario Provincial Police.
Anya Zoledziowski
7.16.20
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