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Trudeau's swift reform of Bill C-51 seems to be stalled election promise

Will Trudeau be implementing his reforms for Bill C-51 or was that just another broken promise.

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Information and resources on how to help people in Fort McMurray

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Mercedes Allen offers the best way to help the people in Fort McMurray as fires continue to rage.

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Pembina Institute calls for clear, comprehensive climate test

The B.C. government needs to implement the recommendations of its climate team, or the federal government should consider stepping in to make change.

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Trudeau team poised to fail on two foreign policy tests: War criminals and terrorism

The Trudeau team is poised to fail two significant foreign policy tests. One deals with an individual war criminal, while the other is a massive terrorism and torture trade show.

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Demand answers for the violence at Montreal May Day rally

This year, 2016, again the police has teargassed and arrested protestors. Sign this petition to demand answers.

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What can we expect from the inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women?

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On December 8, 2015, the federal government announced that it was launching a national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women. What can we expect from the process?

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#OccupyINAC Vancouver declares victory, ends occupation

On Saturday April 23, the Council of Mothers and their supporters ended their occupation of the Vancouver INAC office after federal ministers agreed to a meeting to discuss demands.

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On National Day of Mourning, call out emerging exploitative practices

If we don't call out and stop exploitative practices in the sharing economy, it will result in more death and injury.

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Advocates and detainees protest to end indefinite immigration detention

Over the weekend, detainees at the Lindsay, Ontario detention facility staged a hunger strike to protest indefinite detention and inhumane treatment.

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University of Ottawa divests from fossil fuels

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Scott Vrooman breaks down why we need to divest from fossil fuels and there are three big reasons why.

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