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Sunshine, ice cream and a mellow multitude of 10,000 or so usher in the NDP era in Alberta | May 25 2015 | David J. Climenhaga | Near the end of her remarks, Ms. Notley observed: "My friends, it is springtime in Alberta and a fresh wind is blowing." That assessment seems about right!
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Fast-track authority stalls the Trans-Pacific Partnership | May 25 2015 | Brent Patterson | It appears that the conclusion of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) "free trade" deal has been stalled over the issue of Trade Promotion Authority (TPA), also known as fast-track authority.
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This is what a feminist looks like | May 25 2015 | Doreen Nicoll | Sixth in a seven-part series about sexual assault. Feminism is the belief that men and women should have equal rights and opportunities. A feminist is any person who supports feminism.
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Why I'm not celebrating Ireland's legalization of gay marriage as a win for 'equality' | May 25 2015 | Meghan Murphy | Clearly, so long as heterosexual couples are allowed to marry, same-sex couples should be able to as well. But why not turn our attention to women's human rights?
May 21 2015
Can spoken word change the world? 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.
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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Current rabble poll

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

Canada Post says it can't afford to back down 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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