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Banks getting up to $270 million from Hydro One privatization
June 24, 2015
RBC and Scotiabank will be paid up to $270 million in public funds for selling off 60 per cent of Hydro One.
Dismantling Democracy: Stifling debate and dissent in Canada
June 17, 2015
National coalition provides case studies of how federal Conservative government has implemented a deliberate strategy of repressing alternative voices and undermining democratic institutions.
attack on democracy
Manitoba first in country to offer PTSD coverage to all workers
June 10, 2015
Changes would make coverage accessible to all workers under the Workers Compensation Act.
workers compensation act
National action plan to address violence against women voted down in Parliament
June 3, 2015
A motion to create a national plan to address the rising problem of violence against women was introduced in the House of Commons on May 28 by NDP member of Parliament Niki Ashton.
violence against women
Conservative government's CPP proposal a smoke and mirrors scheme
May 29, 2015
Minister Oliver's CPP announcement has to be seen for what it really is: a feeble attempt by the Conservative government to blunt the repeated calls for CPP reform.
canadian pension plan
Spike in DUIs spells caution on expanded alcohol availability
May 25, 2015
A dramatic increase in the number of alcohol-related charges over the Victoria Day weekend should be a warning to the Wynne government that increasing alcohol availability comes with consequences.
Canadian corporations hoarding record amounts in offshore tax havens
May 15, 2015
n 2014, Canadian corporations sent nearly $200 billion offshore, costing us nearly $8 billion in tax revenue.
offshore tax havens
Tough on crime policies are really just dumb on crime
May 6, 2015
A new report by the Public Services Foundation of Canada shows that our provincial jails are chronically overcrowded, with terrible consequences for all of us.
Canadian prison system
tough on crime
Proposed Hydro One privatization eerily similar to Nova Scotia Power sell-off
May 1, 2015
Today, electricity prices in Nova Scotia are higher than in any other province.
nova scotia power
Federal government gives away Canadian Wheat Board
April 24, 2015
The terms of the deal for privatizing the Canadian Wheat Board mean that it has been given away to the Saudi Arabian government and a U.S.-based multinational.
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