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Anti-Racism | Food & Health | Labour | Migrant farm workers demanding justice from Ottawa | Sep 28 2016 | Scott Neigh | Gabriel Allahdua talks about journeying to Ottawa to demand justice for migrant farm workers as part of the Harvesting Freedom caravan.
Image: Flickr/Damián Bakarcic
Environment | Carbon dioxide: pollutant or plant food? | Sep 28 2016 | David Suzuki | No matter what contradictory and easily debunked nonsense deniers spread, climate change is real, humans are contributing to it and it will be catastrophic if we do little or nothing to address it.
Media Matters | Politics in Canada | World | Why our work at the Supreme Court matters: a case study | Sep 28 2016 | Meghan Sali | Not only is OpenMedia defending your digital rights at the Supreme Court, but our work will help to eliminate cases of censorship-by-copyright online
Arts & Culture | Former Olympic athlete on political history of the Games | Sep 27 2016 | Redeye Collective | Jules Boykoff is a former athlete with the U.S. men's national soccer team. He currently teaches political science at Pacific University in Portland, Oregon. Boykoff spoke in Vancouver July 18.
Photo: KMR Photography/flickr
Economy | Politics in Canada | Household debt is far too high -- and why it's going to go higher still | Sep 27 2016 | David Macdonald | When the National Balance Sheet came out this month, the focus was on the need for households to pay down that debt... somehow. But we need to look at the broader debt picture across all sectors.
Photo: Andrée Lévesque
Environment | Labour | Montreal citizens strike a blow against gentrification with Parc Madeleine-Parent | Sep 27 2016 | Andrée Lévesque | Activist Madeleine Parent has been honoured with a new park thanks to the determination of the citizens of a working-class district where, in 1943, she started her career as a union organizer.
Photo: Amy Templeman/flickr
Environment | Food & Health | Politics in Canada | 'Gold with yield': A primer on land-grabbing | Sep 27 2016 | Lois Ross | Land use, access to agricultural land, and who stewards land, are key issues in food production. Land-grabbing is a growing concern because it determines not only access but also how land is used.
Image: PMO/Adam Scotti
Media Matters | Politics in Canada | Trudeau's media love affair draws to a sour end | Sep 27 2016 | Gerry Caplan | Justin Trudeau's popularity with the public may still be sky high, but the media's attitude toward the Prime Minister and his government has palpably turned sour and frustrated.
Neal Hancock, in mufti, with Jason Kenney
Politics in Canada | 'Bernard the Roughneck' campaign has been in preparation for months, may soon target Rachel Notley | Sep 27 2016 | David J. Climenhaga | Will the "Bernard the Roughneck" campaign continue now that "Bernard" himself has proved to be both more and less than original advertised? Oh, probably …
The Strange Wax Cylinders of Thaddeus Barnes - image of Edison wax cylinder play
Arts & Culture | Episode Six: The Strange Wax Cylinders of Thaddeus Barnes | Sep 26 2016 | Harrowsmith Now | A rollicking Canadian steampunk adventure and a companion to the Harrowsmith Now treasure hunt, The Strange Copper Cylinders of Thaddeus Barnes.
Arts & Culture | Environment | Scientists declare new geological epoch, the Anthropocene | Sep 26 2016 | Redeye Collective | Geologists say that humanity's impact on the Earth has been so profound that it's ushered in a whole new, deeply unstable, geological era, which they are calling the Anthropocene.
Image: Flickr/Environment and Climate Canada
Environment | Politics in Canada | By sticking with Harper climate targets, Trudeau flinches at chance to show leadership | Sep 26 2016 | Michelle Mech | Environment Minister Catherine McKenna has admitted that the Liberals are not going to strengthen Stephen Harper's emissions targets -- despite pledging to slow climate change at COP21 Paris summit.
Photo: Sophia Reuss
Indigenous Rights | Media Matters | Canada's media needs to get over objectivity and start practicing solidarity | Sep 26 2016 | Sophia Reuss | Canadian media needs to dispense with false ideas of "objectivity" when it comes to colonized peoples -- and all systems of oppression -- and practice solidarity instead.
Image: Flickr/Gord McKenna
Labour | 'Payday loans of the mining industry' download risk to workers in one of world's most dangerous jobs | Sep 26 2016 | Sharry Taylor | "Streaming" in the mining industry, a speculative investment in future resource options, puts extra pressure on mining companies -- and workers bear the consequences.
Neal Hancock
Politics in Canada | It can't help oil patch campaign that 'Bernard the Roughneck' appeared in 2014 theatrical production | Sep 26 2016 | David J. Climenhaga | Google searches by curious social media users turned up the reference to the theatrical performance by Neal Hancock, better known as Bernard the Roughneck.