Home » trentlee (page 2)


Student of Political Science and Creative Writing at Concordia University. Trent is on a self-imposed exile from Toronto and the University of Toronto and now resides in Montreal. He was formerly involved in Cinema Politica and is now the Concordia New Democratic Party Coordinator of Internal and External Affairs. He enjoys writing, travelling, fashion, the opera, cuisine and the occasional Stephen Harper protest. Trent brings to the Political Bouillon a unique outside perspective on the insides of East Asian politics and human rights.

Exclusive Political Bouillon Interview with Idle No More Organizer

Idle No More was conceived by four Saskatchewan women into a national day of protest on September 10th 2012, and now transcends Canada’s borders to the US and worldwide. “It started with aboriginals but we have allies, non-aboriginal allies, and it’s not just about aboriginals, it’s also about democracy and the environment.” says Widia Larivière, an Algonquin activist, one of ...

Read More »