Wayne MacPhail
May 6 2014 | Last week Facebook, once again, tried to get everyone to accept its friend request. At its developer-centric F8 conference, the social network announced App Links and Anonymous Login.
Ralph Surette
May 5 2014 | The word "vision" is thrown around a lot these days as the ingredient that we lack in Nova Scotia. Alas, I'd say we have too much vision -- of the wrong kind.
Jim Stanford
May 5 2014 | How do we explain the dramatic about-face by Employment Minister Jason Kenney on the Temporary Foreign Worker program?
Joyce Arthur
May 2 2014 | The government of New Brunswick has decided to directly endanger the health and lives of New Brunswick women on the basis of its presumed "pro-life" religious beliefs.
Rick Salutin
May 2 2014 | Policies like TFW aren't confined to specific places like Canada or particular moments. They're part of extended historical conflicts over power between forces like capital and labour.
Hennessy's Index
May 1 2014 | Only 47 per cent of Canadians self-identify as middle class today, down from almost 70 per cent in 2002. This month, Hennessy's Index breaks down the numbers behind Canada's middle-class angst.
Amy Goodman
May 1 2014 | As the U.S. commits atrocious experiments on death row prisoners, it is vital to remember that the Constitution prohibits cruel and unusual punishment.
Linda McQuaig
May 1 2014 | Instead of opting for an idea which promised to increase competition in the banking sector and produce higher profits for Canada Post, the Harper government settled for a "lose-lose" strategy.
Wayne MacPhail
Apr 30 2014 | Cable and telephone companies have lusted after an Internet they control for years. And last week a toothless and gutless Federal Communications Commission wrote the first act of their dream.
Duncan Cameron
Apr 29 2014 | Canada is not short of workers: it is short of employers prepared to pay decent wages for difficult, demanding work. For business, labour is a cost of production to be kept low.
Marc Zwelling
Apr 28 2014 | Because inequality's not a top-of-mind concern, people are content with crumbs instead of larger shares of the pie. Moving inequality onto the public agenda requires calling for radical change.
Ole Hendrickson
Apr 25 2014 | Skeptics who claim that humans can't trigger mass climate disruption and mass biological extinction may find their position increasingly uncomfortable.
Rick Salutin
Apr 25 2014 | The "debate" about CBC resonates less and less. It's probably time for the super-verbalizing to end and for CBC to either produce or get off the pot.
Amy Goodman
Apr 24 2014 | With the U.S. Supreme Court decision supporting Michigan's ban against affirmative action in state university admissions and the increasing resegregation of schools, segregation may be alive and well.
Stephen Leahy
Apr 24 2014 | This week the federal government was legally obligated to establish protected habitat for threatened North Pacific humpback whales. Instead the humpback was taken off the "threatened species" list.