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Arts & Culture | Elections | Environment | Politics in Canada | The real legacy of Stephen Harper | Oct 8 2015 | Meg Borthwick | Canada has an international reputation for justice and environmental protection. But do we really deserve it, especially after nine years under the Harper government? Nope!
Photo: flickr/ Doug
Civil Liberties Watch | Politics in Canada | World | Citizenship strippings expose flaws in 'Strengthening Canadian Citizenship Act' | Oct 8 2015 | Azeezah Kanji | The Conservative government's Bill C-24 has already been put into use with the denationalization of at least five men. Here are three problematic weaknesses with it.
Economy | Elections | Labour | Calgary, Edmonton and P.E.I. ready to host guaranteed living pilot projects | Oct 8 2015 | Doreen Nicoll | Hugh Segal refers to Guaranteed Livable Income as "Quantitative easing for the common person, as opposed to big banks and car companies, which provides liquidity when required."
Image: Council of Canadians
Economy | Environment | Politics in Canada | Understanding investor-state dispute settlement in the Trans-Pacific Partnership | Oct 8 2015 | Brent Patterson | While the full text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership is not likely to be released until November 5 or later, we do know that it includes an investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) provision.
Image: Flickr/Broadbent Institute
Economy | Elections | Food & Health | Fact check: The TPP puts Big Pharma in the driver's seat of Canada's health system | Oct 8 2015 | David Molenhuis | The NDP claims the TPP will dramatically increase the price of life-saving medicines among other implications for Canada's public health-care system. Is this true?
Photo: Drew Leavy/flickr
Economy | Food & Health | Labour | Five reasons to defend supply management from the Trans-Pacific Partnership | Oct 8 2015 | Scott Sinclair | Here are five reasons why dairy farmers and the supply management system deserve to be fully protected from the TPP and preserved for future generations.
Photo: Chris Yakimov/flickr
Elections | Environment | Politics in Canada | Albertans support climate action: Lessons for the next federal government | Oct 8 2015 | Seth Klein | The Pembina Institute conducted a poll with EKOS Research, assessing support for climate action among Albertans. The results are fascinating and hopeful.
Elections | Politics in Canada | Election 2015: Let's make every vote count | Oct 8 2015 | Fair Vote Canada | Will 2015 be the last first-past-the-post election in Canada? It could be. Here's how.
Elections | If Yukon Liberals used the Conservatives' dirty tactics, what would their ads look like? | Oct 8 2015 | Linda Leon | "Ryan Leef? He's just too scary."
Women making their voices heard in Guatemala. Photo credit: CEIBA
Environment | Indigenous Rights | World | Women bear worst impacts of the mining industry -- and are the last to benefit | Oct 8 2015 | Anne Marie Sam, Rachel Warden | Environmental degradation, gender justice and Indigenous rights have barely made the election radar. It’s not surprising that the issue of mining impacts on Indigenous women is nowhere to be seen.
Environment | Feminism | World | Women's Agenda to Save Earth: Part two | Oct 8 2015 | Frieda Werden | A return to the World Women's Congress for a Healthy Planet, held in Miami in 1991.
Food & Health | PHOTOS: Toronto Disability Pride calls for 'ramps, not bombs!' | Oct 8 2015 | Jesse McLaren | Saturday October 3 was the fifth annual Toronto Disability Pride March to bring recognition of the struggles and value of people with disabilities.
Indigenous Rights | Politics in Canada | Reconciliation is a verb | Oct 8 2015 | Joyce Green | Reconciliation from the practice of colonialism will produce systemic change to remediate the systemic evils produced by colonialism.
Labour | Political Action | US Politics | Grace Lee Boggs: A life of grassroots activism that spanned a century | Oct 8 2015 | Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | Grace Lee Boggs died this week at the age of 100. She was not only a grassroots organizer, but a philosopher, a teacher and a revolutionary.
Anti-Racism | Not Rex: On the barbarian foothold in Canada | Oct 7 2015 | Humberto DaSilva | The niqab discussion has risen to absurd levels. Not Rex sheds some perspective.