Duncan Cameron
Sep 13 2011 | Who does the New Democratic Party represent? The impending leadership campaign is a time for that big question. Agree about who you are for and finding answers to 'What do you stand for?' is easier.
Jim Stanford
Sep 13 2011 | The Ontario election is in full swing, and the Conservative party's campaign is guided by a platform booklet called the "changebook," an audacious manifesto for significant change in the province.
Murray Dobbin
Sep 12 2011 | Watching the media coverage of the farce unfolding around Libya, one has to wonder if anyone will ever expose the lies and hubris that have run throughout this faux Arab spring.
Rick Salutin
Sep 9 2011 | Last Sunday in Stratford I saw Seana McKenna play Shakespeare's Richard III in a stunning version of that amazing play. It was also deeply relevant to us politically.
Murray Dobbin
Sep 7 2011 | Murray Dobbin ponders the constellation of potential candidates who could offer Jack Layton's vision of the NDP, and the country.
Amy Goodman
Sep 7 2011 | The body bag marked "Victim 0001" on Sept. 11, 2001, contained the corpse of Father Mychal Judge, a Catholic chaplain with the Fire Department of New York.
Duncan Cameron
Sep 6 2011 | In spite of continued raging combat, last week France and Britain hosted the "Friends of Libya" conference in Paris to help the Libyan National Transitional Council prepare for the end of hostilities.
Hennessy's Index
Sep 2 2011 | The working life of Canadians show that we work harder, have less job security, and are often stuck in low-paying, unwanted part-time employment.
Rick Salutin
Sep 2 2011 | American politics reached a bizarre point: in order to justify their existence, government leaders decided to do something about what we have always agreed you can't do anything about: the weather.
Amy Goodman
Aug 31 2011 | Dick Cheney's memoir follows one by his colleague and friend Donald Rumsfeld. As each promotes his own version of history, there are people challenging and confronting them.
Duncan Cameron
Aug 30 2011 | The movement for Quebec independence, born in the 1960s, and incarnated by the Parti Quebecois, the promoter of the province's sovereignty, is undergoing severe internal and external strains.
Linda McQuaig
Aug 30 2011 | The message is exactly what those on the right have been trying to deny -- that there is an alternative to the grim, slash-and-burn policies of austerity they want to foist on us.
Rick Salutin
Aug 26 2011 | As part of its 75th anniversary, the CBC is showing an hour this Sunday of old Wayne and Shuster comedy material. They appeared for almost 50 years, first on radio; then they made the leap to TV.
Alice Klein
Aug 25 2011 | "All my very best." That was his sign-off, and that's what Jack Layton gave to the very end. With the last of his life force, he shone a light over this whole country in that sweet, wise letter.
Amy Goodman
Aug 24 2011 | More than 2,100 people say they'll risk arrest opposing the Keystone XL pipeline project, designed to carry heavy crude oil from the tar sands of Alberta to refineries on the U.S. Gulf Coast.