Murray Dobbin
Feb 14 2011 | The 'doctoring' of a document that denied the ecumenical development group its funding occurred, and the Speaker of Parliament has placed a big question mark on Bev Oda, the minister in charge.
Ralph Surette
Feb 14 2011 | About this bust-up over cuts in education, meant to face the awkward fact that administration costs are going up while student numbers go down: perhaps a bit of larger perspective would help.
Amy Goodman
Feb 9 2011 | Tahrir, which means "liberation" in Arabic, is the heart and soul of the pro-democracy movement in Egypt, but it is not the only place where spirited, defiant people gather.
Jerry West
Feb 9 2011 | It is plain to all but the most naive that the course of political discourse in the U.S. over the past few years was going to lead to something insane like the Giffords shooting.
Duncan Cameron
Feb 8 2011 | Conservatives believe the economy will right itself if governments get out of the way. But tax cuts mean public needs go unmet, inequality increases, and the capacity to create jobs is weakened.
Linda McQuaig
Feb 8 2011 | If we want to pinpoint responsibility for the lack of democracy in the Middle East, we might stop trying to find defects in the Arab soul and start looking in the mirror.
Ralph Surette
Feb 7 2011 | Are corporate tax cuts the sharp tooth that will finally puncture the Teflon hide of the Harper government, letting an ugly illusion bleed out?
Amy Goodman
Feb 2 2011 | Egypt has been the second-largest recipient of U.S. foreign aid for decades, after Israel. Mubarak's regime has received $2 billion per year since coming to power, overwhelmingly for the military.
Duncan Cameron
Feb 1 2011 | The Liberals need the Conservatives to lose 33 seats and themselves gain 33 seats just to draw even with the Harper government -- it's not going to happen, so consider other options.
Hennessy's Index
Feb 1 2011 | The Hennessy Index is a monthly listing of numbers, written by the CCPA's Trish Hennessy, about Canada and its place in the world.
Murray Dobbin
Jan 31 2011 | Jack Layton is by far the most popular federal leader -- but his party is not trusted. He must know Canadians hunger for honest engagement about what is possible and what the price of this would be.
Ralph Surette
Jan 31 2011 | I'm back from Australia, where my wife and I spent a month visiting family. By the time we left, the catastrophic floods of Queensland were occurring to a degree unprecedented in recorded history.
Naomi Klein
Jan 28 2011 | The Goldstone Report is a serious, fair-minded and extremely disturbing document -- which is why the Israeli strategy since its publication has been to talk about everything except its substance.
Amy Goodman
Jan 26 2011 | While much of the attention is focused on the celebrities, the Sundance Film Festival has actually become a key intersection of art, film, politics and dissent.
Duncan Cameron
Jan 25 2011 | The NDP leader lays out his party's plans for 2011 at a pre-budget/pre-election town hall in Vancouver.