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Labour | Deregulation of New Zealand's education sector | Nov 1 2014 | Diana Beaumont, Jiselle Hanna | Labour news from the Asia Pacific region, including extended commentary on Iraq. Interview with about deregulation of education in New Zealand.
Photo: flickr/Shawn Campbell
Arts & Culture | Good News | Feel Good Friday roundup: Happy Halloween! edition | Oct 31 2014 | Kaitlin McNabb | Trick or treat? Treat! Here's your Feel Good Friday.
Arts & Culture | Feminism | Indigenous Rights | Musqueam leader Audrey Siegl on Indigenous matrilineal society, women's leadership and Idle No More | Oct 31 2014 | Andrew Sayo, Charlene Sayo, Eirene Cloma | The outspoken Musqueam warrior and Vancouver city councillor candidate discusses women's leadership, homelessness, and "swinging the pendulum" against the legacies of colonialism.
Arts & Culture | Killing Caesar | Oct 31 2014 | Holly Adams | Girls are not just pawns in other peoples lives.
Photo: Brandon Payne/flickr
Civil Liberties Watch | Politics in Canada | The role of sanctuary as opposition to political power | Oct 31 2014 | Rick Salutin | What is this -- the Middle Ages? A Toronto church has given sanctuary to a Hungarian Roma family who came here as refugees. How did it come to this?
Image: Flickr/Edna Winti
Environment | Indigenous Rights | Politics in Canada | Dear Ryan: Don't vote for Bill S-6 | Oct 31 2014 | Linda Leon | Please don't vote for regressive Bill S-6, "An Act to amend the Yukon Environmental and Socio-economic Assessment Act and the Nunavut Waters and Nunavut Surface" -- Northerners deserve better.
Sean smells the flowers on the Great Climate March
Environment | When the act of doing speaks volumes: Notes from the Great Climate March | Oct 31 2014 | Cheryl McNamara | Joining the Great Climate March, I didn't expect to march into a fracking frontline. I wanted to understand what motivated a group of climate activists to undergo a gruelling test of endurance.
Photo: Flickr/Linh Do
Feminism | Media Matters | Sexual assault in progressive spaces: Thinking about the Jian Ghomeshi allegations | Oct 31 2014 | Mathieu Murphy-Perron | After the Jian Ghomeshi allegations, let's think about how we handle sexual assault allegations in progressive spaces.
Feminism | No Jian Ghomeshi-themed Halloween costumes please | Oct 31 2014 | Meghan Murphy | These are real women. They were really punched, choked and assaulted in various ways. In their real lives. It isn’t a joke, it isn’t a costume, it isn’t some kind of cute pop culture reference.
Photo: Michael Coghlan/flickr
Food & Health | Labour | Workplace health and safety: 'We asked for workers; we got people instead' | Oct 31 2014 | Lynne Fernandez | The dissonance between wanting workers and getting people is never going to go away. The Occupational Health Centre has never forgotten that work should be about people and dignity and safety.
Photo: CDC Global Health/flickr
Food & Health | Politics in Canada | Ebola panic masks the real threats to our collective health | Oct 31 2014 | Julie Devaney | More than any threat of Ebola, the politics of racism, care for uninsured people and hospital underfunding pose great risk to the majority of people across Canada and the U.S.
Occupy | Political Action | Long Live Occupy: Occupy forever! | Oct 31 2014 | Humberto DaSilva | Occupy Lives. It is the movement that brought class consciousness into the Zeitgeist.
Politics in Canada | From 'terror' to taxes to refugee-bashing to Del Mastro: A fast-moving political week | Oct 31 2014 | Karl Nerenberg | The week since the Wednesday, October 22 shootings has seen a moving blur of federal political events. There were debates on anti-terror measures, income-splitting, refugee bashing and much more.
Photo by CCPA-MB
Anti-Racism | Indigenous Rights | Fixing our divided city: Lessons from youth and elders | Oct 30 2014 | Shauna MacKinnon | Our city would be well served if Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal youth, inner-city and urban youth, Elders and other adults had an opportunity to come together at Circle of Life Thunderbird House.
Anti-Racism | Indigenous Rights | Watch: Breaking Barriers, Building Bridges with Aboriginal youth in Winnipeg | Oct 30 2014 | rabbleTV | On October 13, 2012 a group of Aboriginal youth met a group of youth from the suburbs of Winnipeg. This film documents the day they spent together with elders.