New Humanist – Blog: In Quebec, some religious symbols are more equal than others

A proposed charter of secular values has sparked protest from citizens who feel it unfairly targets ethnic minorities http://rationalist.org.uk/articles/4321/in-quebec-some-religious-symbols-are-more-equal-than-others  Who would have though that the most divisive issue to hit Quebec since the 2012 students’ strike that brought down the…

The Guardian – Death toll in Canadian oil train disaster rises to 13

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/jul/09/death-toll-canadian-oil-train-disaster About 40 people remain missing police say after being able to approach near to where the explosion happened Isabeau Doucet in Lac-Mégantic and agencies The Guardian, Tuesday 9 July 2013 The death toll in the oil train derailment in…

Video Slideshow: Kanaval in Cap Haitian and Milot, Haiti

Video Slideshow: Kanaval in Cap Haitian and Milot, Haiti

Here’s a video slideshow of Haiti’s national Kanaval, held in the northern city of Cap Haitian in mid February 2013. I took a tap tap north from Cite Soleil and another from Cap Haitian to the town of Milot, took…

Radio-Canada: Un portrait d’Isabeau Doucet

An interview I gave to Radio-Canada, en français, about the UN’s scandalous lack of accountability or apology for having brought cholera to Haiti: http://www.radio-canada.ca/emissions/dimanche_magazine/2012-2013/chronique.asp?idChronique=289035 Haïti peine toujours à se relever du séisme de janvier 2010. Isabeau Doucet, montréalaise et spécialiste d’Haïti,…