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Poor People Can't Cook, and Other Myths, part two | Mar 2 2015 | Jesse Bauman | By making food literacy--or lack thereof--the basic issue or explanation for food insecurity, we risk losing sight of larger structural issues while leaning towards a dangerous kind of victim-blaming.
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Karl Nerenberg is wrong: Repealing and amending are not at all the same thing | Mar 2 2015 | Michael Laxer | In the real world, calling for the repeal of legislation and calling for amendments to legislation are not, in fact, the same thing and it is completely ludicrous and bizarre to claim otherwise.
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Bucking the trend: Manitoba defends workers' pensions | Mar 2 2015 | Paul Moist | Manitoba has seen the importance of our various pension plans to a middle-class life, the prospects of which are increasingly under attack in Canada.
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Prentice PCs prepared to use bare knuckles on battered Wildrose remnants | Mar 2 2015 | David J. Climenhaga | On March 28, former Wildrose Leader Danielle Smith will face off against Okotoks town Councillor Carrie Fischer, who sounds familiar but only for coincidental reasons.
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Feb 26 2015
How do we take back and transform the narrative from the mainstream? Well, knitting, patching, felting and sewing are a good start.
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Feb 19 2015
Karl Nerenberg has been rabble's parliamentary reporter since 2011, when the Harper government won its majority. Karl’s got a new book, full of keen observations about the Harper years.
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Feb 12 2015
Acts of sex. Acts of violence. Raw physicality. Shawn Syms' 'Nothing Looks Familiar' explores bodies and sexuality of today's flawed beings.

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