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Politics in Canada | Rona Ambrose's backwards pot politics | Jul 3 2015 | Scott Vrooman | The federal health minister's position on medical marijuana has no basis in evidence.
Rick Hanson
Politics in Canada | Lawsuit and ASIRT investigation illuminate the Alberta Tory Party's existential crisis | Jul 3 2015 | David J. Climenhaga | For four decades the PCs were the ne plus ultra of power in Alberta with all the required tools at their disposal to make inconvenient matters disappear.
Photo: flickr/ Julian Carvajal
Anti-Racism | Political Action | US Politics | Americans need to reflect on how grassroots organizing has shaped their country | Jul 2 2015 | Amy Goodman | Frederick Douglass' words on a distant July 4 holiday have been given new life by Bree Newsome. Americans should remember this, this Independence Day.
Arts & Culture | To literary comics, with love: Drawn & Quarterly celebrates 25 years | Jul 2 2015 | Jeff Miller | Montreal publisher Drawn & Quarterly is now widely regarded as the best publisher of literary comics in the world. Let's take a look back on how they got there and what has made them so, so great.
Arts & Culture | Reading Lolita in Tehran, Azar Nafisi, and the power of reading | Jul 2 2015 | Catherine Brunelle, Kevin Johns, Write Along Radio | Have you heard of Reading Lolita in Tehran? Listen in as New York best-selling author, the passionate Azar Nafisi, shares on the magic of reading and how stories tell a nation’s true culture.
Two become one
Arts & Culture | Feminism | LGBTIQ | When two become one... NOT | Jul 2 2015 | Laura Brightwell | Let's stop inviting friends to events via their partners, people.
Civil Liberties Watch | Gaza | Political Action | World | Israel seizes Flotilla ship to Gaza and deports two human rights advocates to Canada | Jul 2 2015 | Canadian Boat to Gaza | Robert Lovelace and Kevin Neish will return to Canada today after their Freedom Flotilla III boat was illegally seized by Israeli forces on Monday.
Photo: flickr/ Kat R
Civil Liberties Watch | Food & Health | Politics in Canada | Refugee claimants still face uncertainty on social assistance cuts | Jul 2 2015 | Kathryn Teeluck | The Harper government quietly passed new legislation last year allowing provinces and territories to impose a minimum residency requirement for social assistance. Will they?
Photo: flickr/ BriYYZ
Economy | Environment | Politics in Canada | We need to keep Hydro One in public hands | Jul 2 2015 | Fred Hahn | Has Canada become a global laughing stock to the ever-growing numbers of people around the world who understand climate change requires action? Yep!
Photo: flickr/ e-Magine Art
Economy | Food & Health | LGBTIQ | Trans Pacific Partnership patent rules could threaten LGBT lives | Jul 2 2015 | Mitchell Thompson | The Trans Pacific Partnership will introduce rules on patents for medication that critics say will restrict access to HIV treatment and threaten LGBT lives.
Elections | Politics in Canada | Technology | Cell phone bills, broken promises, and a legacy of government failure | Jul 2 2015 | David Christopher, Digital Freedom Update | If you're a Canadian and you own a cell phone, you probably don't need an official report to tell you that you're paying way over the odds.
Elections | Politics in Canada | The death throes of the Harper Conservatives | Jul 2 2015 | J. Baglow | The increasingly self-destructive actions of the Conservatives signify only one thing: the beast is slowly dying. It needs to be put out of its misery.
The Salt Plains of Wood Buffalo National Park, Northwest Territories, Canada ©20
Environment | Indigenous Rights | Mikisew Cree First Nation applauds UNESCO decision on Wood Buffalo National Park | Jul 2 2015 | George Lessard | Wood Buffalo National Park was listed as a World Heritage Site over 30 years ago for its globally unique and important ecosystems.
Feminism | Indigenous Rights | Politics in Canada | Indigenous Women's Activism | Jul 2 2015 | Victoria Fenner | The United Nations Commission on the Elimination on All Forms of Discrimination against Women and Indigenous Women - a panel discussion
Photo: flickr/Vesselin Kolev
Gaza | Political Action | World | Freedom Flotilla activists deported from Israel, to arrive in Canada today | Jul 2 2015 | Megan Devlin | After having their ship illegally seized in international waters and being held in Israeli prison for 72 hours, Kevin Neish and Robert Lovelace are on their way home.