Siafu.ca - Cartoons &amp; Photo Gallery http://www.siafu.ca/taxonomy/term/10/0 en Coming and Going http://www.siafu.ca/story/66 <p>Photos by Tatiana Gomez<br /> Text by Tim McSorley<br /> Additional reporting by Rémi Bureau</p> <p><a href="http://www.siafu.ca/story/66">read more</a></p> Cartoons &amp; Photo Gallery Wed, 01 Aug 2007 01:54:47 -0500 Tim McSorley 66 at http://www.siafu.ca Cartoons http://www.siafu.ca/story/64 <p>Issue 8 (May/June 2007): </p> <p>The prime minister's ESP stylist and Timmy vs the Chevy Destroyer</p> Cartoons &amp; Photo Gallery Thu, 26 Jul 2007 00:46:38 -0500 Tim McSorley 64 at http://www.siafu.ca The Roots of our Food http://www.siafu.ca/story/55 <p>Photos by Luna Bégin<br /> Compiled by Brendan Edwards</p> <p>Living in an urban area, it’s rare for many of us to know how fresh our produce is, let alone meet the people who grow it. Luckily, Montreal’s farmers’ markets at Atwater, St. Michel and Jean-Talon provide the rare chance for shoppers and farmers to mingle. </p> <p>Siafu took a stroll through the Jean-Talon market one Friday morning and asked people: </p> <p><strong>“Do you think Montrealers are becoming more or less aware of where their food is being grown?”</strong><br /> <a></a><br /> <a></a><br /> <a></a><br /> <a></a><br /> <a></a><br /> <a></a><br /> <a></a></p> <p><a href="http://www.siafu.ca/story/55">read more</a></p> Cartoons &amp; Photo Gallery Fri, 20 Jul 2007 18:06:31 -0500 Tim McSorley 55 at http://www.siafu.ca Do you know Turtle Island? http://www.siafu.ca/story/49 <p>Text: Tim McSorley<br /> Photos: Luna Begin</p> <p>Since the Assembly of First Nations announced that there would be a National Day of Action for First Nations Rights on June 29th, the media has put the Canadian government and its approach to issues concerning indigenous people under a microscope. Siafu took to the street to find out what the average citizen knows about First Nations people in Quebec.</p> <p>Here's the list of questions and answers that we came up with:</p> <p><strong>1. What does Turtle Island represent for some First Nations communities?</strong></p> <p><a href="http://www.siafu.ca/story/49">read more</a></p> Cartoons &amp; Photo Gallery Thu, 12 Jul 2007 18:36:40 -0500 Tim McSorley 49 at http://www.siafu.ca Word on the Street: "Would You Like Hot Sauce With That Ballot?" http://www.siafu.ca/story/26 <p>All photos by Luna Bégin.</p> <p>Andrea has been in Montreal for 7 years. She would rather mark her ballot than eat it. According to Andrea, the Green movement is here to stay. Between Le Devoir and The Gazette, she says: “Neither, both are for the trash [or recycling bin].”</p> Cartoons &amp; Photo Gallery Thu, 01 Mar 2007 11:36:08 -0600 Tim McSorley 26 at http://www.siafu.ca