Kawehnoke—coloquially known as “Cornwall Island”—sits in the middle of the St. Lawrence River at the intersecting waterway borders of Ontario to the north, Quebec to the east, and New York State to the south.
February’s murder of Loretta Saunders, an aboriginal woman who was researching murdered and missing aboriginal women, is the final straw for Michèle Audette, the president of the Native Women’s Association of Canada.
I’ve been sexually assaulted many times. More times than I can remember—if I’m being honest.
The key to getting asylum in the United States is to be white, socially conservative, and really into Jesus—or at least that’s the lesson imparted by the US government’s decision not to deport a family running away from Germany’s educational system.
Over the past few weeks, protesters in Barcelona have united against yet another public-transport fare increase.
ED TEMPLETON - PART 3
PRO SKATER LEO ROMERO IS THE MEXICAN JOHNNY CASH
Professional skateboarding has a lot of downtime. Injury, rainy days, hangovers—all are valid reasons for a skater not to do his or her job on a given day. So most people in this profession have hobbies to make their lives of leisure a bit more fulfilling when they are off their boards. Leo Romero is no exception, and he has started a band with his bros called Travesura.