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| May 1, 2015
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Quebec students on strike against austerity

April 22, 2015
| Scenes of Montreal streets filled with striking students are reminiscent of the 2012 campaign against tuition hikes. This time, students are protesting a harsh province-wide austerity program.
Length: 15:13 minutes (13.94 MB)
| April 22, 2015

The five biggest outrages from the Conservative budget

Among the many galling, short-sighted, and ultimately destructive components of this federal budget, here are five that stand out.

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| April 21, 2015
Redeye

The cult of the entrepreneur

April 8, 2015
| Alan Sears argues that a belief in the transformative power of entrepreneurship has seeped into the pores of our culture to such an extent that it's seen as the answer to all our economic woes.
Length: 13:18 minutes (12.18 MB)

The sounds of silence: Postmedia buys Sun Newspaper chain and no one heard a thing

Photo: Flickr/Ian Muttoo

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If a newspaper chain falls in the media forest, will anyone hear it?

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| March 23, 2015
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Left-wing victory in Greece big shake-up for Eurozone

February 11, 2015
| For the past five years, Greece has been subject to a harsh austerity program with devastating effects on the economy. In January, voters decisively rejected austerity in snap elections.
Length: 14:34 minutes (13.34 MB)
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The deficit the Harper government refuses to recognize

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Premiers gathered in Ottawa last week to talk about pressing needs for Canadian infrastructure investment. As the Council of the Federation meeting, chaired by PEI Premier Robert Ghiz, began to address the infrastructure deficit, Federal Finance Minister Joe Oliver emailed a media statement: ".. some premiers appear oblivious to the consequences of the current global instability and the dramatic decline in the price of oil."

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