March 1, 2018

Culture Wars: “Human rights and freedoms should not be bound by class or race or economics.”

Denise Donlon C.M., War Child Canada’s newest Board member, has been a cultural trailblazer since the 1980s. From MuchMusic to Sony Music to CBC Radio, Denise has…

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February 28, 2018

Culture Wars: Black History Month playlist

This Black History Month we have been posting a song a day from some of our favourite artists of colour. As the month comes to the end,…

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October 18, 2017

My heart is broken.

Samantha Nutt’s Eulogy for Gord Downie, published today in the Globe and Mail. My heart is broken. Shattered in ways that feel incomprehensible, though I knew this…

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September 13, 2017

Spotlight on: Winnipeg

War Child has a long history in Winnipeg, going all the way back to The Tragically Hip launching us onto the national stage, headlining the largest outdoor…

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August 16, 2017

UPDATE: South Sudan Famine Relief Efforts

For years, South Sudan has struggled with the instability brought on by conflict. Displacement, lack of access to education, sexual gender-based violence, inflation—the list goes on. On…

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July 25, 2017

Afghanistan: Before The Rain Of Fire

In 1977, a young Canadian, Chris Lowry, travelled through Afghanistan, following the hippy trail to India. The following year, a Marxist coup broke 60 years of uninterrupted…

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Annual Report 2016

Our Annual report is now available. The report contains War Child Canada’s audited financial statements as well as information on our programming, with a focus on how

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June 29, 2017

Samantha Nutt: Words for Canada 150

Earlier this year, Samantha Nutt gave a a speech for The Walrus 150 series. Here is the video and text, just in time for Canada Day.  

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June 20, 2017

World Refugee Day

Half of the world’s refugees – a staggering 8 million – are children. They didn’t ask for the conflicts that tore apart their homes and communities. They

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