Creative Counter-Pedagogies in Canada’s Mining Capital

By Zannah Matson and Camille-Mary Sharp As premier of Ontario Doug Ford was controversially reverting the provincial protections of the Greenbelt last summer, he visited the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM)…

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We Have the Power

New exhibit at the Qualicum Beach Museum explores the history of power and energy, local climate change impacts, and what local people are doing about it.Research and conceptualization by Qualicum…

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CMCJ in Conversation with the ROM’s Climate Change Team
Soren Brothers, ROM's Allan and Helaine Shiff Curator of Climate Change

CMCJ in Conversation with the ROM’s Climate Change Team

In this Q&A, ROM’s “Climate Change Team”, Soren Brothers, Allan and Helaine Shiff Curator of Climate Change, and Sarah Kamau, Climate Change Project Coordinator share their experience a few months…

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