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Blog - EcoHuntress September 7
Emily Hunter | Three days after leaving Toronto, traveling eco-friendly by train, I've arrived in Alberta. The province many are calling a "petrostate."
Blog - John Bonnar's September 5
John Bonnar | Last Tuesday, the No Games Toronto group gathered to voice their opposition to the Pan Am Games bid, which they say is estimated to cost $2.4 billion dollars.
Blog - Bound but not gagged September 4
Jessica Rose | This summer fans of Shameless magazine celebrated the launch of Shameless's new anthology, She's Shameless, at the Gladstone Hotel in Toronto.
Blog - The Media Consortium Blog September 4
TMC MediaWire Blogger, Raquel Brown | For a long time, only the economic elite could afford the hefty cost of solar energy.
Blog - The Media Consortium Blog September 3
TMC MediaWire Blogger, Lindsay Beyerstein | Last night, thousands of Americans attended vigils for healthcare reform sponsored by MoveOn.org. (Photos from the New York vigil here.)
Blog - The Media Consortium Blog September 3
Nezua, TMC MediaWire Blogger | Many immigration reform activists feel stymied and frustrated by the Obama Administration’s approach to immigration.
Blog - Judy Rebick's Blog September 3
Judy Rebick | You can join a growing list of filmakers, actors and musicians who are signing on to the open letter protesting TIFF's spotlight on Tel Aviv by writing tiff.letter@gmail.com
Blog - StopWar Blog September 3
Dave Markland | Polling finds that Americans now oppose the war in Afghanistan. The U.S. thus joins the population of Afghanistan and most troop contributing nations.
Blog - The Media Consortium Blog September 2
Lindsay Beyerstein, TMC MediaWire Blogger | A power shift is underway in Washington. Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick announced on Monday that a special election to replace the late Sen. Ted Kennedy would not take place until 2010.
Blog - Word of the Rings September 1
Pina Belperio | In preparation for the 2010 Games, every municipal worker in Whistler was handed a 2009/2010 Whistler Staff Companion Book, aptly titled, The Spark, the Fuel, the Flame.
Blog - September 1
Kelly Crichton | Just about everyone working in development projects around the world has known the secret to success for some time -- put women in charge and your chances of a positive outcome are greatly enhanced.
Blog - Andrew Brett September 1
Andrew Brett | Wikipedia page edited at midnight after alleged hit-and-run claims the former MPP is an 'avid cyclist' who founded a cycling advocacy group.
Blog - The Media Consortium Blog September 1
TMC MediaWire Blogger, Zach Carter | After Ben Bernanke allowed an $8 trillion housing bubble to ravage the global economy and nearly destroy the U.S. financial system, President Barack Obama has decided he deserves another term.
Blog - Ian Capstick's Blog August 31
Ian Capstick | Before I had even poured my morning coffee, major gay blogs were posting news of a sponsorship of a controversial festival hosted by the "pro-marriage" organization National Organization for Marriage.
Blog - The Media Consortium Blog August 31
The Media Consortium | Every week you see posts from The Media Consortium and Lindsay Beyerstein on major health care news. Well, now we're asking you to help us make the news by becoming a citzien journalist.
Blog - John Bonnar's August 31
John Bonnar | On Sunday, the Live Green Toronto Festival saw Yonge Street turned into "Green Street" with more than 100 exhibitors, local food, live music, and more.
Blog - John Bonnar's August 31
John Bonnar | On Sunday, the Green Culture Festival featured a full day family celebration of Kensington Market's Green Culture.
Blog - She who holds the pen... August 30
Ellie Gordon-Moershel | Beyond academic journals and feminist literature to a venue that reaches the masses.
Blog - John Bonnar's August 29
John Bonnar | Four years ago, Paul Croutch, a homeless man, was beaten to death in Toronto's Moss Park. On Tuesday, people gathered for the First Annual Day of the Homeless and Memorial for Paul Croutch.
Blog - Judy Rebick's Blog August 29
Judy Rebick, John Greyson | In a singular act of courage Canadian film maker John Greyson pulled his short film Covered out of TIFF to protest their spotlight on Tel Aviv.
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog August 28
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Blog - The Media Consortium Blog August 28
TMC MediaWire Blogger, Raquel Brown | Our throwaway economy is largely to blame for our environmental woes, as Lester Brown points out for Grist.
Blog - She who holds the pen... August 27
Sharon Peake | A critique of a recent article that argued that women are biologically bisexual while men are either straight or gay.
Blog - The Media Consortium Blog August 27
TMC MediaWire Blogger, Nezua | Sen. Ted Kennedy’s death yesterday was a blow to the immigrant community, as New America Media reports.
Blog - StopWar Blog August 27
Dave Markland | A round-up of critical reporting and commentary on the Aug. 20 Afghan elections.
Blog - The Media Consortium Blog August 26
Lindsay Beyerstein, TMC MediaWire Blogger | During his 46-year career in the senate, Kennedy's name appeared on virtually every major piece of progressive legislation from civil rights to economic justice, to healthcare.
Blog - Judy Rebick's Blog August 26
Judy Rebick | While the First Nation of Beausoleil and community of Tiny Township wins a major victory in protecting their water with a moratorium on Dump Site 41, KI faces another threat to their land from mining.
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog August 26
rabble staff | This summer, people across Canada are joining Pedal for the Planet, a cross-country relay to call for action on climate change.
Blog - rabble.ca's staff blog August 26
rabble staff | rabble.ca is excited to be part of the first citizen media "rendez-vous" organized by Citizen Shift in Montreal.
Blog - The Media Consortium Blog August 25
TMC MediaWire Blogger, Zach Carter | The U.S. economy may finally be bottoming out. But if the worst is really behind us, we are likely facing a painful period of “growth” that looks very much like the present.

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