Blog February 16
Penney Kome | After the latest school shooting in Parkland, Florida, this week, students are demanding change from legislators, but many Republicans remain indebted to the NRA.
Blog February 16
NDP leader Jagmeet Singh
Yves Engler | The anti-Palestinian consensus among Canada’s three main political parties is crumbling and NDP members could bury it this weekend.
Blog February 15
Rabbi David Mivasair | A call to action to fellow NDP members to support non-violent measures for a just peace in Israel and Palestine
Blog February 15
Marie Aspiazu | On February 8th, our Executive Director, Laura Tribe, testified before the Parliamentary committee reviewing Bill C-59, delivering thousands of voices and raising Canadians’ top privacy concerns.
Columnists February 16
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Linda McQuaig | With key Sanders and Corbyn acolytes attending the Ottawa annual conference, there is a chance to get a jump on Trudeau when it comes to fossil fuel use
News February 16
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Karl Nerenberg | The NDP meets in Ottawa this week with its two provincial governments squabbling and the party searching for a mission and an identity.
Blog February 15
Rabbi David Mivasair | A call to action to fellow NDP members: support non-violent measures for a just peace in Israel and Palestine.
Blog February 15
Map of Canada.
Doreen Nicoll | Geography Now! Canada currently boasts 1.4 million views with 26,000 likes. For good reason, I side with the 1,000 dislikes.
Podcast February 15
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Victoria Fenner | Gordon Laxer talks about NAFTA, the tar sands, and why a clause called The Proportionality Rule has always been bad for Canada. From a talk recorded in Vancouver on Tues. February 13, 2018.
News February 15
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Caitlin O'Flanagan | Downtown Eastside event commemorates missing and murdered Indigenous women and bears witness to ongoing injustices in Vancouver and beyond
Podcast February 14
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Jiselle Hanna | Port operations are some of the most globalized in the world. A look at how one company is expanding by suppressing worker unity and organization.
News February 14
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley meets with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau following meetings at a federal government cabinet retreat in Kananaskis, Alberta on Sunday, April 24, 2016. Photo: Chris Schwarz/Government of Alberta
Karl Nerenberg | People are buying B.C. wines in solidarity with B.C.'s Horgan government in its dispute with Alberta. Ironically, many of those wine protesters campaigned for the Trudeau Liberals in 2015.