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Arts & Culture | Gaza | Media Matters | Technology | World | Photographer decries doctored image of Gaza protest | Sep 30 2014 | Miriam Katawazi | What does it mean when a photograph is altered. What if the changed image is widely shared? How can photojournalists protect their work?
Photo: flickr/Nic Redhead
Civil Liberties Watch | Environment | Politics in Canada | World | Conservatives kill measure to cut money for violent militias in Africa | Sep 30 2014 | Karl Nerenberg | NDP MP Paul Dewar's private member's bill would have forced Canadian companies to exercise 'due diligence' when dealing with 'conflict minerals' that end up in our cell phones and on store shelves.
Environment | Political Action | Trudeau, climate change and the dangerous middle ground | Sep 30 2014 | Adam Ballah | What does Justin Trudeau think of the Energy East pipeline... especially when anti-tar sands protestors show up and ask him?
Photo: Dave King/flickr
Environment | Politics in Canada | Oil, war and democracy: Government by kids in short pants | Sep 30 2014 | Ole Hendrickson | Will the world be driven into a rapid downward spiral by the nexus between oil, war and climate change? It is time for democratic debate on these and related issues.
Environment | GroundWire September 29, 2014 | Sep 30 2014 | Carly Forbes | CILU | Walking With Our Sisters, Human Rights Museum, People's Climate March
Environment | Politics in Canada | Pro-gas fracking gov't ousted in New Brunswick election | Sep 30 2014 | Roger Annis | Opposition to natural gas fracking and forest despoilation as well as womens' rights issues played key role in ousting Conservative NB government.
Feminism | No Middle Road: Feminist writer Ninotchka Rosca on prostitution, feminism, art, and social transformation models | Sep 30 2014 | Andrew Sayo, Charlene Sayo, Eirene Cloma | Public intellectual, feminist and award-winning writer Ninotchka Rosca discusses why mediocrity has no place in social transformation movements and more!
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Labour | Politics in Canada | McNeil government sets its sights on organized labour in Nova Scotia | Sep 30 2014 | Stephen Kimber | Despite Premier Stephen McNeil's assurance he is "not at all going to war with organized labour," his government's actions tell another story.
Labour | Politics in Canada | Nova Scotia health-care workers call new legislation a direct attack on unions | Sep 30 2014 | Robert Devet | Over 600 health-care workers went to Province House in Nova Scotia to show how angry they are at the proposed anti-union legislation, and to call for Premier McNeil's resignation.
Political Action | World | Hong Kong's biggest protests in decades challenge China on political freedom | Sep 30 2014 | Democracy Now! | Hong Kong is facing its biggest political unrest in decades as tens of thousands of protesters defy a police crackdown to demand greater freedom from China. This is the report from
Politics in Canada | The Amazing Race, Alberta Political Edition: Can the Tories find their missing mojo? | Sep 30 2014 | David J. Climenhaga | The goal of the tight campaign window is obviously to help Premier Jim Prentice's campaign by keeping the opposition parties off balance as long as possible.
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Politics in Canada | US Politics | World | Harper prepares Canada for another war | Sep 30 2014 | Duncan Cameron | As if 10 years in Afghanistan were not enough, the Conservatives want Canadians to support another war alongside the U.S.
World | German television spoofs the 'propaganda war' over Ukraine | Sep 30 2014 | Roger Annis | German television is mocking the 'propaganda war' accompanying the Kyiv/NATO war in eastern Ukraine. CBC newscasters will cringe when watching.
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Anti-Racism | Civil Liberties Watch | Politics in Canada | Death and despair in Canada's migrant dungeons | Sep 29 2014 | Harsha Walia | The coroner's inquest into Lucia Vega Jimenez's death that begins today may expose some horrifying details about migrant detention, but it will not restore Lucia's humanity and her right to be free.
Arts & Culture | Politics in Canada | Francis Pegahmagabow: Marksman of the First World War | Sep 29 2014 | Mel Watkins | The most prolific sniper of the First World War was Francis "Peggy" Pegahmagabow, an Ojibwa from the Wasauksing First Nation. His name is often forgotten in histories of the period.