Rick Salutin February 22
Rick Salutin
Doug Ford's tax cuts will lower provincial revenues by $22 billion, necessitating spending decreases. Will it diminish the critical thought Ontarians give to public issues?
Matthew Behrens February 22
While the SNC-Lavalin affair has made headlines, there's another corporate scandal that makes the financial figures in that case seem like pocket change. But no major political party will touch it.
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan February 21
The longtime activist used a recent controversy over a Birmingham Civil Rights Institute award to advocate for a better future.
Ole Hendrickson February 21
Ole Hendrickson
Like cigarettes, cars should have health warnings and governments should place tight legal restrictions on auto industry ads and sponsorships.
Duncan Cameron February 19
Duncan Cameron
Demoting the justice minister turns out to have created a political storm that Gerald Butts -- given that he must have been in on the decision -- has attempted to quell with his resignation.
Rick Salutin February 15
Rick Salutin
I'm not saying this is what Jody Wilson-Raybould was thinking, or even that it's what she might've been thinking, or that it could've affected her decisions. But it's a useful thought experiment.
Linda McQuaig February 14
The Trudeau government talks about restoring democracy to Venezuela, hoping to keep the focus off any suspicions that our involvement is helping Washington get control of Venezuela's oil reserves.
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan February 14
There is a growing call to action to craft laws that implement a true Green New Deal, rapidly shifting the U.S. economy to one that is powered by renewable energy, and to do so in a fair manner.
Bill Blaikie February 14
At the moment there is much irony to be found in the crisis in Canada-China relations, precipitated by the arrest and detainment of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver.
Lois Ross February 13
Saskatchewan is taking the federal government to court over its mandatory climate change program. The National Farmers Union is among those intervening in the court case this week.
Marianela Ramos Capelo, Digital Freedom Update February 12
From Facebook to Big Telecom to NAFTA, OpenMedia takes stock of what the previous year brought us in digital rights -- both accomplishments and challenges -- and what might come in 2019.
Duncan Cameron February 12
Duncan Cameron
The next Alberta election, whenever it comes, matters a lot. Electing a party headed by a mean, deceitful individual is a terrible risk for all citizens of Alberta.
Rick Salutin February 8
Rick Salutin
What's that crisis in Venezuela about -- in which Canada has meddled so unbecomingly? It's hard to say, because our policy is more hypocritical than principled.
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan February 7
The legacy of slavery in the United States lives on in countless, often deadly, ways. Racism, like the shoe polish Virginia's Governor Northam used on his face, can't simply be scrubbed away.
Duncan Cameron February 5
Duncan Cameron
Donald Trump’s state of the union can only be described as being in chaos. Many important facts will not be mentioned in his speech. But despite it all, there are still signs of hope.
Monia Mazigh February 1
Monia Mazigh
There is a double standard in the application of terrorism legislation in cases of Muslims versus non-Muslims in Canada.
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan January 31
A new film tells the story of undocumented immigrants who get themselves arrested by federal authorities so they can infiltrate an immigrant detention centre and organize the detainees inside.
Lois Ross January 31
Climate protests in Europe highlight concerns similar to those of small farmers in Canada. Farmers concerned about climate change are calling on a return to smaller, more sustainable farms.
Celia Chandler, Pro Bono January 31
In this third part of a three-part series on medically assisted death in Canada, Celia Chandler describes her husband's final days before his assisted death, and shares her reflections on the process.
Celia Chandler, Pro Bono January 30
In this second part of a three-part series on medically assisted death in Canada, Celia Chandler writes about her partner's terminal illness and the development of assisted dying legislation.
Matthew Behrens January 30
According to a new report, male violence against women has claimed the lives of at least 10,495 women and girls in Canada since 1961, an average of 184 femicides per year.
June Chua January 29
A new documentary by Canadian director Christy Garland chronicles the many pressures and political internalizations of a young woman living in the West Bank.
Celia Chandler, Pro Bono January 29
Columnist Celia Chandler provides a brief history of the legal battle to get medically assisted dying legislation in Canada -- and describes her personal experience with assisted dying.
Duncan Cameron January 29
Duncan Cameron
Not only have two Canadians been arrested on suspicion of committing espionage, China has threatened retribution to trade and commerce if Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou is not released.
Rick Salutin January 26
Rick Salutin
I've developed a new respect for hypocrisy in light of B.C.'s Burnaby South byelection. Not long-lived I hope, but special to this cruddy moment.
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan January 24
If the Los Angeles teachers are any indication of what's to come, the privatizers and their champion in Washington, D.C. may have met their match.
Duncan Cameron January 22
Duncan Cameron
The U.S. remains the world's dominant power in every respect, with no serious rival. But that does not stop the U.S. from mounting campaigns of fear and paranoia about potential threats to its power.
Rick Salutin January 19
Rick Salutin
Brexit is hard to take your eyes off, and not just in a slo-mo train wreck way. The issues are difficult, and the more you try to position yourself, the spikier they get.
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan January 17
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a resolution -- on Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday -- rejecting "White nationalism and White supremacy as hateful expressions of intolerance."
Linda McQuaig January 17
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau jumped on buying an aging, climate-destroying pipeline, but has shrugged and shown no interest in using taxpayer dollars to create a Canadian-owned automaker.

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