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Anti-Racism | Politics in Canada | Calling out a case of racial injustice at Shoppers Drug Mart | Nov 24 2015 | Stephen Kimber | There are still many unanswered questions about what Shandell McNamara calls "the most humiliating experience of my life."
Anti-Racism | Civil Liberties Watch | The viaducts that forced out Vancouver's Black community are coming down. What now? | Nov 24 2015 | Megan Devlin | Activists from Vancouver's Black community urge city council to acknowledge their past wrongdoings when the city's historic Black community was forced out by the viaducts' construction.
Education | Feminism | UBC failed its students who reported sexual assault at every level | Nov 24 2015 | Michael Stewart | Multiple women alleged a UBC PhD student is a serial abuser who committed a large range of sexual assaults including harassment, groping and rape. Nothing happened.
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Elections | NDP | Politics in Canada | With new governments in Alberta and Ottawa, Parkland Institute asks: What's left? | Nov 24 2015 | Duncan Cameron | What are the tasks facing the Canadian left following the defeat of the Harper government? The Parkland Institute tackled these questions and more at its 19th annual conference.
Environment | Mountain caribou more at risk from logging than wolves | Nov 24 2015 | Redeye Collective | Gwen Barlee of the Wilderness Committee says the BC government came up with its wolf cull strategy so that logging companies could continue destroying mountain caribou habitat.
Climate activists donning the masks of leaders point in the direction they want
Environment | World | The cost of helping countries adapt to climate change can't be a dealbreaker in Paris | Nov 24 2015 | John Dillon | If negotiations at the Paris climate conference drag on past the December 11 deadline, it will likely be due to wrangling over financing for climate adaptation in developing countries.
Image: Flickr/Day Donaldson
Environment | Politics in Canada | Notley's climate strategy kicks off Alberta NDP's re-election campaign | Nov 24 2015 | Chanchal Bhattacharya | If the ANDP can learn from other provinces, then Notley's ambitious climate policy will become the crown jewel of the ANDP government's record, and the centrepiece of its re-election campaign.
Oxfam at Bangkok Intersessional - Women's March, 2009
Environment | Feminism | Leaders should set targets for both gender and emissions at Paris climate talks | Nov 24 2015 | Danny Glenwright | When disaster strikes (and it increasingly does, thanks to climate change) women and children are 14 times more likely to die.
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Labour | It's time for labour to fight back against the TPP | Nov 24 2015 | Nora Loreto | Now that the dust has settled from the election, labour activists must figure out how to resist the TPP.
Labour | Political Action | Decent work is getting harder to find in the non-profit sector | Nov 24 2015 | Doreen Nicoll | Precarious employment has become standard practice in the not for profit sector and is not only adversely affecting the lives of workers.
Manmeet Bhullar
Politics in Canada | Sudden death of young PC star Manmeet Bhullar in road accident stuns Alberta legislature | Nov 24 2015 | David J. Climenhaga | If the May 5 Alberta general election was a catastrophe for the Tories, Manmeet Bhullar emerged as one of its few bright lights afterward.
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Politics in Canada | Even though so few have read it, the TPP may already be in the books | Nov 24 2015 | Gerry Caplan | Opinion on the TPP is seriously split between the corporate and progressive worlds. What in the world are thoughtful Canadians to believe? What should Canada do?
Image: Flickr/DFATD | MAECD
Anti-Racism | World | Canada votes no on UN resolution condemning racism and neo-Nazism. Again. | Nov 23 2015 | Roger Annis | For the second year in a row at the United Nations, Canada and the U.S. have voted no and Europe has abstained on a resolution opposing racism and glorification of Nazism. Oh, Ukraine also voted no.
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Anti-Racism | Political Action | World | Ten ways to build community between Muslims and non-Muslims | Nov 23 2015 | rabble staff | Here are some things you can do to build community between Muslims and non-Muslims across Canada.
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Anti-Racism | Paris: From the bad comes the good | Nov 23 2015 | Krystalline Kraus | The attackers could never make them fear enough or hate enough that they would retaliate in kind – targeting civilians.