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Who's your special interest now? Federal parties ignore women voters at their peril | May 22 2015 | Kate McInturff | Women aren't a special interest. They are half the population. Women voters are paying attention to this election -- it's time for political parties to pay attention to them.
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Bitter Twitter commentators battle Dippers: Apparently size matters after all! | May 22 2015 | David J. Climenhaga | Alberta's Twitteratic pundits hammer home their case, one Tweet at a time: "Rachel Notley can't swim!"
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Be a game-changer. Take the Rock the Vote Summer Challenge! | May 22 2015 | Brigette DePape | Will you join us in taking action and collecting vote pledges this summer? Alone we can do very little, but together, we can make a huge change.
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Harper's privatization plan for First Nations water services | May 21 2015 | Brent Patterson | The situation is serious in terms of access to clean drinking water for First Nations in Canada. Now the Harper government is looking at introducing privatization to First Nations water systems.
fiction
May 21 2015
Can spoken word change the word? Sun Belt are hoping so as their new genre-defying book 'Cabalcor' takes a deep look at the ramifications of the tar sands.
Indigenous Rights
May 14 2015
In spring 2013, after years of actions against the threat of fracking in New Brunswick, the Elsipogtog First Nation became the focus of resistance. Read Miles Howe's account of this action.
media
May 7 2015
Does the state of Canada's democracy reduce you to tears? If it doesn't, it will once you read Mark Bourrie's 'Kill the Messengers: Stephen Harper's Assault on Your Right to Know.'

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May 23 2015 - 10:00am
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May 23 2015 - 1:00pm
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May 23 2015 - 2:00pm
Toronto
May 22 2015 - 5:00pm

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Why is Canada Post still ending door-to-door delivery despite huge profits?

Canada Post says it can't afford to backdown on its plan to eliminate door-to-door delivery, despite making millions in profits.

The profits are attributed to an increase in the price of postage and increase in parcel traffic because of online shopping.

Why is Canada Post still ending door-to-door delivery despite huge profits?

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