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Arts & Culture | Economy | Labour | Media Matters | In the new media age, #JournalismIs... more important than ever | Jul 7 2015 | Megan Devlin | Professionals from chiropractors to accountants have ad campaigns promoting their craft, so why don't journalists?
Photo: flickr/ Kurt Bauschardt
Civil Liberties Watch | Food & Health | Politics in Canada | Why Housing First won't end homelessness | Jul 7 2015 | Helen Luu, Mary Todorow, Tracy Heffernan | Housing First as it is currently construed will not end homelessness. Canada needs to find a way to prevent address both the "visible" homeless and the "hidden" homeless.
Photo: flickr/ Paolo Benegiamo
Economy | Political Action | World | Is Greece's 'No' vote on austerity another youth revolution? | Jul 7 2015 | Juan Cole | It is not clear what a new economy of Greece what look like. But it is clear that Greece has rejected the austerity policies of the old in favour of the new.
Environment | Today's smokey skies are a consequence of inaction on climate change | Jul 7 2015 | Peter Prontzos | Remember, it was this government that decided that Canada would back out of the Kyoto Accord, which required that signatory countries make minor reductions in their release of greenhouse gases.
NDP | Politics in Canada | Murky, contradictory poll results, weird timing, unlikely to divert media from dubious narrative about Alberta NDP | Jul 7 2015 | David J. Climenhaga | Given the success of the NDP, you have to wonder if Alberta voters were paying better attention than the media and right-wing outrage industry gives them credit for doing.
Kathleen Wynne announcing her trade mission to Israel at Israel lobby event.
Anti-Racism | Open letter to Kathleen Wynne Re: her proposed trip to Israel | Jul 6 2015 | Joanne Naiman | Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne has announced that she'll be leading a trade mission to Israel. This is a personal appeal to Premier Wynne to distance herself from an apartheid state.
Civil Liberties Watch | Politics in Canada | Democracy -- and the 'Fair' Elections Act -- has its day in court | Jul 6 2015 | Maude Barlow | "This case is about the right to vote -- the cornerstone of democracy."
Civil Liberties Watch | CommonCauses | Politics in Canada | Canada Without Poverty challenges Harper audits at United Nations Human Rights Committee in Geneva | Jul 6 2015 | George Lessard | Canada Without Poverty denounces Income Tax Act as violation of freedom of expression and assembly in address to the United Nations.
Photo: flickr/ Bob Dass
Economy | World | Greece's rejection of austerity is just the beginning | Jul 6 2015 | Jon Queally | Greece voted overwhelmingly against the imposition of further austerity. Now it's time the 'No' be invested into a 'Yes' for proper resolution.
Economy | Food & Health | Labour | Shut up and take my money! Or, why cash transfers aren't a silver bullet for food banks | Jul 6 2015 | Jesse Bauman | People living on a low income need more money, but cash transfers aren't a silver bullet.
Quebec Finance Minister Martin Coiteaux
Economy | Labour | Cuts in public administration not such a helpful avenue for development after all | Jul 6 2015 | Bertrand Schepper | Finance Minister Martin Coiteux congratulated himself on cutting close to 500 public service jobs since January 1. Is this a good strategy for encouraging investment?
Economy | World | Euro-nomics: Greecing the skids | Jul 6 2015 | J. Baglow | Greece has chosen the wiser of two options: Hope versus generations of debt servitude. Could this herald the death of the Euro? One can dream.
Photo: Megan Devlin
Environment | Labour | Political Action | Labour speaks out about jobs, justice and the climate | Jul 6 2015 | Ella Bedard | Labour played a major role at Sunday's March for Jobs, Justice and the Climate. Here's what some labour activists had to say.
Environment | Political Action | Calgary wants jobs, justice, and climate action now | Jul 6 2015 | Aiyana Lauridsen | This weekend kicked off the Stampede in Calgary and the March for Jobs, Justice and the Climate. Activists in Calgary took to the streets to let Canada's politicians know they want climate justice.
Feminism | World | 'No-platforming': Is dissension violence? | Jul 6 2015 | Frieda Werden | Who has the right to silence whom in Britain's universities and beyond?