Ralph Surette
Jul 14 2014 | Whereas the news of the day in Eastern Canada is about people with the power out, the long-term story is about the hit to agriculture, now and in future, here and worldwide.
Harsha Walia
Jul 11 2014 | In the face of relentless impunity, an articulation of Israel as a settler-colonial state with deep ties to other settler-colonial states like Canada can compel and embolden meaningful allyship.
Monia Mazigh
Jul 11 2014 | In her book "Lean In," Sheryl Sandberg is talking to a small, restricted "girls' club." Although it's a fine discussion, it forgets all the other women who are in another world.
Rick Salutin
Jul 11 2014 | What to say about former society columnist Rosemary Sexton's book, Home Before Dark, on Wealth and Power in Canada? It's a rambling, riveting, often trivial diary of her life between 1998 and 2002.
Amy Goodman
Jul 10 2014 | The freedom to communicate and to share has entered a new era, one in which some of the most ardent advocates for the free Internet have become targets, forced to live on the run or in exile.
Linda McQuaig
Jul 10 2014 | Moody's decision to downgrade Ontario's credit rating last week was manna from heaven to commentators and media pundits bristling at the notion that activist government could be making a comeback.
Wayne MacPhail
Jul 9 2014 | How might Apple envision an iWatch? It would need to be the same kind of product the Macintosh, the iPod and the iPhone were -- category changers.
Alice Klein
Jul 4 2014 | While Toronto celebrated Pride beauty, the federal government was busy unleashing a new moral panic in the form of Bill C-36.
Joyce Arthur
Jul 4 2014 | The new prostitution bill introduced in June by Injustice Minister Peter MacKay is blatantly unconstitutional and will result in more dead women.
Rick Salutin
Jul 4 2014 | Does CBC management really think news is separate from entertainment? Everyone knows news is entertainment, too.
Amy Goodman
Jul 3 2014 | Almedalen is a week-long festivity of debate and dialogue about politics in Sweden. The event exemplifies the type of debate democracy demands and provokes questions about other voting systems.
Wayne MacPhail
Jul 2 2014 | Facebook is Lucy, and we the users are Charlie Brown. How many times are we going to fall for that old trick with the football?
Duncan Cameron
Jul 1 2014 | Canada Day celebrations in London and New York were cancelled this year when corporate sponsors withdrew. It's a piercing example of the way Harper's government operates and what that does to Canada.
Murray Dobbin
Jun 30 2014 | As the world struggles with how to deal with the slow motion apocalypse of global climate change it becomes more and more apparent that we are trapped in "the kind of thinking" that got us here.
Ralph Surette
Jun 30 2014 | Education is in growing turmoil across Canada over both results and cost. How come education spending is ballooning while clientele is shrinking dramatically?