Antiabortion group investigated by elections Canada for providing
volunteers to 2019 candidates
The Globe and Mail
The Quebec government’s secularism bill stinks to high heaven
A ban on Muslim cemeteries is an aback on us all
Toll of violence cannot deter course of I reuniting Ireland
Assisted dying was supposed to be an option to some patients it looks like the only one
Robert Latimer’s request for clemency is a slam-dunk ‘no.’ Does Ottawa get that?
A Conundrum of flowers
Laws and lawn signs
Here comes the 24-7 classroom
The vocabulary of who we are
Hooded loneliness solitary fear
MAiD and Modern Medicine
Winning gold from the golden arches
Hope in Wilson Raybould’s boldness
The Long Way
Short episodes with long perspectives on building the common good.
(Courtesy of Cardus think tank)
Episode 1 – Fortitude and Fragility
Field reporter Peter Stockland gives an uplifting story about the revival of service clubs amidst the pandemic.
Go to Peter’s clip at 13:50 or listen to the whole podcast
Episode 3 – Faith, Trust and Pixie Dust
Listen in as field reporter Peter Stockland looks at a political controversy that could put trust in government to the test.
Go to Peter’s clip at 15:40 or listen to the whole podcast
Episode 5 – Shaken Foundations
Field reporter Peter Stockland highlights another aspect of inequality – in education – with Cardus Education Director David Hunt.
Go to Peter’s clip at 16:00 or listen to the whole podcast
Short stories collection by Peter Stockland (For sale 15$)
Au coeur de l’image des ainés
Story content contributor & photographs by Peter Stockland
Made To Live
Interviews & Book Editing by Peter Stockland
Cross Country Checkup
Photography projects shows the humanity in palliative care
Speaking & Conferences
Bloomsday Montreal 2020 – Academic Panel
An immersive discussion of Joyce’s work, with John McCourt, Marcello Zabaloy, Peter Stockland and Kayla Fanning.
Watch Peter’s Stockland presentation starting 39:40 to 1:03