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Environment | Stopping 'fibre panic' and reforming forest policy in Nova Scotia | Sep 22 2014 | Ralph Surette | Nova Scotia is in a full-fledged wood-fibre panic -- which means decades of planning driven by citizen participation can go hang, along with ecological sensitivities.
Photo: Tracey Mitchell
Environment | Political Action | On the ground at the People's Climate March | Sep 22 2014 | Tracey Mitchell | After 25 years of inaction by government and industry, it is hard for people to continue to act, to continue to believe that climate justice is possible. This weekend, that may have changed.
Photo: Chris Brown/flickr
Labour | Politics in Canada | Work in the age of anxiety | Sep 22 2014 | Murray Dobbin | Why is there no militancy today among working Canadians, why no sustained and focused solidarity or courage in facing powerful adversaries? The answer is rooted in an anxiety that defines our society.
Jim Prentice
Politics in Canada | Be careful what you ask for! Jim Prentice walks away with the Wildrose political play book | Sep 22 2014 | David J. Climenhaga | In a spectacular act of political plagiarism, Alberta Premier Jim Prentice seems to be walking away with the entire Wildrose policy book and there is little the opposition can do but gasp.
Civil Liberties Watch | Feminism | Food & Health | Reproductive justice activists call for equal access to Canadian medical services | Sep 21 2014 | John Bonnar | In Toronto, the Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada and the Ontario Coalition of Abortion Clinics held a rally Saturday outside Ryerson University.
Rob Anders
Politics in Canada | Rob Anders, Canada's Worst MP, has been handed his great big hat a second time | Sep 21 2014 | David J. Climenhaga | Now that he has been handed his great big hat a second time, one would expect Rob Anders just to take his generous Parliamentary pension and go quietly away. Don't count on it.
Environment | Be part of the largest action on climate change in history – Sunday in New York | Sep 20 2014 | Krystalline Kraus | The Call Out from Environmental Defence by Adam Scott.
Environment | People's Climate March Toronto this Sunday | Sep 20 2014 | Krystalline Kraus | Join in from Toronto on the green action wave to hit New York on Sunday
Environment | World | Canadian mining company sues government of El Salvador | Sep 20 2014 | Redeye Collective | Oceana Gold is demanding $300 million in compensation following the 2009 decision by the El Salvadorean government not to issue metal mining permits.
Indigenous Rights | Challenging Harper's framing of the death of Tina Fontaine | Sep 20 2014 | Redeye Collective | Stephen Harper dismissed renewed calls for a national inquiry into missing and murdered Aboriginal women, saying the recent murder of Tina Fontaine was a crime, not a sociological phenomenon.
Labour | World | Elections, labour and free trade agreements in Fiji | Sep 20 2014 | Diana Beaumont, Jiselle Hanna | Labour news from the Asia Pacific, and an interview about elections, labour politics and free trade agreements in Fiji.
Arts & Culture | Indigenous Rights | Politics in Canada | Searching for human rights at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights | Sep 19 2014 | Kimlee Wong | It's called the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. But with how Indigenous issues are presented there, it really doesn't live up to its name.
Photo: flickr/*_Abhi_*
Arts & Culture | Good News | Feel Good Friday roundup: Yes! edition | Sep 19 2014 | Kaitlin McNabb | So we didn't hear the word 'Yes!' last night during a certain vote, but that doesn't mean we can't say it now. It's Feel Good Friday.
Arts & Culture | World | Silvered Water, Syria Self-Portrait | Sep 19 2014 | Face2Face | Listen in as two groundbreaking filmmakers talk about their experience making this touching, compelling, poetic and deeply tragic film. It's a story about Syria made by 1001 images says Ossama.
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CommonCauses | Environment | Indigenous Rights | Sacred site or land development? Competing visions for the Chaudière Islands | Sep 19 2014 | Ole Hendrickson | A showdown is looming between different visions for the Chaudière Falls area in Canada's capital. Which one will win out -- sacred Aboriginal site or a plan for urban development?