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Oct 17, 2013

My welfare food challenge: Day 1

Seth Klein
Today is Day 1 of my welfare food challenge, during which I will spend one week trying to eat on a total budget of $26. You can read more about the Welfare Food Challenge here.
Podcast
Oct 6, 2013

Book: Planet Carnivore

Redeye
A new book by journalist Alex Renton takes a short sharp tour of the cheap meat habit, its costs and solutions.
Blog
Aug 26, 2013
Photo: flickr/ocpa_mw

Conservatives to blame for Chicago's pitiless plight

Gerry Caplan
It's only too easy for a Canadian visitor to go gaga in Chicago. But the city's poor and homeless crisis is apparent for everyone to see; and neo-liberal policies are to blame.
Blog
Aug 21, 2013
Photo: Eva Bartlett

It's still miserable to be a Palestinian in Gaza

Eva Bartlett
The misery inflicted on Palestinians, for years, for decades, gets continually worse. The vast majority of Gaza's Palestinians are still unable to travel freely from their tiny, overpopulated, Strip.
Columnists
Jul 3, 2013

The price of American inequality

The news that trust in neoliberalism is dead, that confidence in the unrestrained free market has become unfathomable to the majority of U.S. citizens, has become more evident since 2008.
Blog
Jun 27, 2013
Photo: flickr/bcgovphotos

Short B.C. throne speech neglects climate crisis, poverty

Iglika Ivanova
There's nothing in Christy Clark's recycled throne speech today to suggest that her new government intends to follow through on its commitment to address rising inequality or the climate crisis.
Blog
Jun 24, 2013

The crisis in the cost of Northern living

George Lessard
There is a spiralling cost of all goods and services in Northern Canada, be it in the three territories or across the northern portion of the provinces. Food is the most immediate & visceral example.

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