MIGS media coverage - May 2017
Kyle Matthews spoke to CTV MTL about Montreal’s key role in advancing human rights
Michael Petrou wrote an opinion piece for CBC News online titled “What does Canada get out of restoring diplomatic ties with Iran?”
Michael Petrou wrote a video in OpenCanada.org for Canada’s 150 year anniversary, titled “150 years of Canadian foreign policy”.
Romeo Dallaire was quoted in the article for CBC News titled “Canada's training plan for UN troops will be a departure from classic peacekeeping”
Michael Petrou was quoted in an article by Mosaic Magazine, “Canada Is Restoring Ties with Iran, but Appears to Be Getting Nothing in Return”
Kyle Matthews spoke to Breakfast TV Montreal about the Manchester bombings.
Kyle Matthews was interviewed by iHeart Radio on the topic of the Manchester bombings.
Kyle Matthews was interviewed by Global News Canada about security concerns after the Manchester bombings.
Kyle Matthews was quoted by the Montreal Gazette in their article “Canadians in ISIL: A threat when they return to Canada?”
Romeo Dallaire spoke to iHeart Radio about “Why Montreal (is) at the forefront of human rights”
Romeo Dallaire gave a keynote address as part of a fundraiser for local refugee initiatives in Sudbury, ON and was quoted in an article about the event in the Sudbury Star.
27- 28 May
The Rights City event was covered by Newswire Canada, City News Canada, The Council of Canadians Acting for Social Justice, and Amnesty International Blog
Romeo Dallaire shared his experiences at a lecture in Oakville, ON, covered by Halton News.