Columnists December 14
Affordable apartments open in Prince George. Photo: BC Gov Photos/flickr
Shelina Ali, Pro Bono | Last month, the federal government released what it is calling the country's first national housing strategy. From a legal perspective, it's very good news.
Podcast December 12
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David Peck | Barry Stevens & Face2Face host David Peck talk about his film Undercover Jihadi, gang violence, terrorism, the Toronto 18, oppression, marginalization, similarity thru difference & reconciliation.
Podcast December 11
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Piergiorgio Moro, Jiselle Hanna | Workers in South Korea have managed to overcome the offensives against them in the last few years, and metro employees are the latest group to take industrial action.
Blog December 12
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Doreen Nicoll | Arthur Manuel was the Nelson Mandela of the international Indigenous movement. It will take many to replace him and his limitless efforts.
Blog December 12
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David Suzuki | It's no time to be complacent. We must show that we shine brighter. Knowledge, kindness and solidarity can overcome ignorance and fear.
Podcast December 12
Courage: Bringing social movements intro party politics
Scott Neigh | Scott Neigh talks to Samantha from "Courage," an organization to bring social movement priorities into electoral politics and pull the NDP to the left.
News December 12
Photo: Twelve-year-old Timoci Naulusala of Fiji gave an impassioned speech to delegates at COP 23. Photo: @COP23/Twitter
David Bleakney | Avoidance and possibility in a burning world: our uncomfortable future demands that climate criminals not be enabled further while we carry our caps in hand with appeals to do the right thing.
Columnists December 11
Film still of Stephen Jerome. Image courtesy of Wapikoni Mobile
June Chua | My Father's Tools is a short documentary about an Indigenous craft that is dying out. Done in cinema vérité style, it begins with a man in the forest, searching for and then cutting down a tree.
Blog December 10
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David J. Climenhaga | Premier Brad Wall has until Jan. 27, when his resignation takes effect, to try to skate through this mess. After that, some other Sask Party premier will have to carry the can.
Blog December 10
Judy Haiven | By recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, the U.S. further isolates itself, as it becomes the only country in the world to do so.
Blog December 8
Penney Kome | The November attack on a Sufi mosque in Egypt and Erdogan's crackdown in Turkey both signs that Canada should recognize Sufis as an oppressed religious minority and grant them refugee status.
Columnists December 9
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Rick Salutin | The great feat of public schools is being open to everyone; they offer unique opportunities to learn from those unlike us. That gets lost if school populations are desegregated by program.