Blog June 22
Penney Kome | Liberals release reports on four major Acts; recommendations please some, irk others.
Blog June 23
Image: Flickr/UN Women
David Climenhaga | The Trudeau government's Bill C-4, which repeals the Harper government's anti-union legislation, received Royal Assent on Monday.
News June 23
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Karl Nerenberg | Is the Trudeau government merely Harper-lite or is it a beacon of democratic, humanistic internationalism? Based on its record this past year, and at the mid point in its mandate, it is neither.
Blog June 23
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Yves Engler | Media commentators who complain about Russia ignore clear-cut Canadian meddling elsewhere and the history of US interference in other countries’ elections, including in Canada
Columnists June 22
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Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | As Trumpcare versus Obamacare dominates the cable news, the unreported movement for single-payer health care grows. As with all great shifts in history, when the people lead, the leaders follow.
Blog June 22
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Nora Loreto | Now more than ever, journalists need to make the connection between bank profits and human misery.
Podcast June 22
George Stroumboulopoulos
Face2Face | George and Face2Face host David Peck talk about love, gratitude, celebrity and rebellion and influence, "earned fear," how you can be angry for good reasons, U2 and why poverty is so not necessary.
Blog June 22
Derek Fildebrandt and Jason Kenney. Image: Twitter/@pcyouthalberta
David J. Climenhaga | Derek Fildebrandt is well known for alleging the Alberta NDP hoodwinked voters by keeping its promises, an opinion that caused general hilarity from coast to coast.
News June 21
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Meagan Gillmore | In a paper released by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, Lynne Fernandez and Jim Silver describe the history of Indigenous people in labour.
RabbleTV June 21
Nadine MacKinnon | Workers, friends and allies call for justice on Injured Workers' Day with a rally and march.
Podcast June 21
Image: Modified from book cover -- Between the Lines Press
Victoria Fenner | As Canada Day approaches, the babble book lounge invites you to dialogue about a book which takes a hard look at the relationship between settlers and Indigenous people throughout Canadian history.
Blog June 21
Rush Hour on the Dunsmuir Separated Bike Lane. Image: Flickr/Paul Krueger
David Suzuki | Bikes are easier than cars on infrastructure such as roads, help reduce health care costs and can alleviate poverty as people spend less on vehicle-related costs.