LES 21 ET 22 AOÛT 2014, U N I V E R S I T É D ' O T TAWA
Présentée par le Collectif d'analyse politique (CAP), les Nouveaux Cahiers du socialisme (NCS) et la revue Canadian Dimension
PARMI LES THÈMES ABORDÉS
• Université inc.
• La santé malade du capitalisme
• À quoi sert le « libre-échange » ?
• La pauvreté au Canada : qui estresponsable ?
• Résistances des Premières Nations
• Le rôle des mouvements citoyens (des Carrés rouges à Idle no More)
• Comment renforcer les convergences entre syndicats et (...)
A Victoria doctor who was part of a medical group that travelled to Liberia earlier this month to treat victims of Ebola has returned home as one of his U.S. colleagues fights for his life against the deadly virus.
Alberta opposition politicians are calling on the RCMP to investigate former premier Alison Redford over findings by the auditor general about her use of government aircraft.
A Chinese corruption probe into state-run China National Petroleum Corp. has reached into Canada and is threatening its purchase here of the Dover oilsands.
RCMP are looking for two men who were travelling in a dark coloured pickup truck, telling a news conference they may be connected to a shooting that injured a B.C. cyclist during an overnight race along the Trans-Canada Highway two months ago.
The superstore Costco will accept donations from the public at its two London, Ont., locations for the family of a six-year-old girl hit by a car that crashed into one of the stores last Friday.
Target Canada is clarifying a major policy change on price matching, the retailer told CBC News Tuesday.
A family of four visiting P.E.I. from Quebec was lucky to escape injury when a tree fell on their car as they were driving down the highway, say RCMP.
A "highly sophisticated Chinese state-sponsored actor" recently managed to hack into the computer systems at Canada’s National Research Council, confirms the country's chief information officer, Corinne Charette.
A University of Moncton physicist is hoping a new ultra-thin film, that can be applied to the windshield of commercial airplanes, may keep the skies safer by blocking laser beams that are being aimed at cockpits.
The Lachine Hospital in Montreal is testing patients who underwent bariatric surgery between 2012 and 2014 for possible HIV or hepatitis infection, after a review found a tool used in the procedure hadn't been thoroughly cleaned.