Columnists December 16
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Rick Salutin | In the U.S., almost everything ends up in litigation because too many Americans lack faith in social or political forces, such as elections, government, unions, parties, social movements.
Blog December 15
Maya Bhullar | According to statistics, at this time of year many of us donate to charitable organizations. This list includes ideas to help build progressive change.
Blog December 15
Jason Kenney
David J. Climenhaga | Jason Kenney's widely forecast by-election victory yesterday formally concludes the double-reverse hostile takeover of Alberta's conservative parties.
News December 15
An arrest in London, Ontario. Photo: Toban B./Flickr
Meagan Gillmore | Changes to the province's human rights law would make it illegal to discriminate at work because of an individual’s police records
Blog December 15
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Ed Finn | With more than a million Canadian kids living in poverty, giving them food and toys over the holidays is not enough.
Columnists December 14
Joe Biden speaks of Doug Jones chasing the KKK to the gates of hell. Photo: Doug Jones for Senate Committee​
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | Social movements build power and make change. The Democrats would be wise to heed the lessons of Alabama, from resistance to slavery, to the civil-rights era, to the unexpected victory of Doug Jones.
Podcast December 14
Meagan Gillmore -'s 2017 labour beat intern
Victoria Fenner | Meagan Gillmore's labour beat internship is ending. She shares her thoughts about Canadian labour in 2017, and what she's learned about people and their relationships to their work.
News December 14
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Karl Nerenberg | Canadian attitudes toward Indigenous peoples have only recently evolved. In the past, we believed, as one official told me, "the natives would not know how to flush toilets if they had them."
Blog December 14
Derek Fildebrandt & Jason Kenney (from Kenney's social media)
David J. Climenhaga | The Independent MLA and errant marksman's expected return to the bosom of the UCP may depend on Leader Jason Kenney's margin of victory in today's Calgary byelection.
News December 14
Former inmates have trouble finding work, whether at fast food restaurants, offices or factories. Photo: Daniel Lee/Flickr
Meagan Gillmore | In the first in a three-part series, a look at the challenges experienced by former prisoners looking for work in Canada.
News December 14
Shot of a cell block "range" at Millhaven Prison. Photo: The Government of Canada — The Correctional Investigator of Canada
Jarrod Shook, Bridget McInnis, Justin Piché, Kevin Walby | 'The Journal of Prisoners on Prisons' identifies several areas for changes to the laws, policies, and practices in the Canadian penal system to improve life and work inside federal penitentiaries.
Columnists December 14
Affordable apartments open in Prince George. Photo: BC Gov Photos/flickr
Shelina Ali, Pro Bono | Last month, the federal government released what it is calling the country's first national housing strategy. From a legal perspective, it's very good news.