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Arts & Culture | Media Matters | Youth Digital Media Ecologies Project | Oct 13 2015 | Mapping the impact of youth digital media
Arts & Culture | Elections | On election day, get ready to sing 'Harperman' coast-to-coast | Oct 13 2015 | Krystalline Kraus | The 'Harperman' song is meant to be his farewell song, just like the Canadian tradition of singing a farewell song to the losing opponents of a hockey game.
Civil Liberties Watch | Elections | Political Action | Help spread the word about Elections Canada's communications error | Oct 13 2015 | You do not need to register before heading to the polls
Bellingham Rolling Rebellion Advocates for Net Neutrality and Takes on TPP & Fas
Civil Liberties Watch | Elections | Media Matters | World | We want to know exactly what is in the Trans Pacific Trade Partnership | Oct 13 2015 | Demand that the government release the text before the election.
Civil Liberties Watch | Food & Health | Politics in Canada | Feds leave provinces and territories to lead the fight on poverty | Oct 13 2015 | Megan Hooft | Canada must create a national anti-poverty strategy with targets, timelines, monitoring and evaluation tools and the allocation of necessary resources.
CommonCauses | Elections | Politics in Canada | Reach Across the Aisle Day | Oct 13 2015 | Reaching out to different choirs
Photo: flickr/ Billy Wilson
Economy | Environment | What would a truly ecologically sustainable economy look like? | Oct 13 2015 | Tania Ehret | Who is really benefiting when we speak about economic growth? David Suzuki and Peter Victor discuss economic strategies and the environmental movement at a panel in Vancouver.
Image: Bill Brooks/flickr
Economy | Food & Health | Politics in Canada | What the Trans-Pacific Partnership means for the cost of drugs | Oct 13 2015 | Scott Sinclair | The release of the final Trans-Pacific Partnership text shows that the trade deal has worrying implications for Canada, binding our country to a regulatory regime that would lock in high drug costs.
Trade Minister Ed Fast speaking in Montreal, 2014
Economy | Elections | Fact check: Canadians likely to lose more than they gain under TPP | Oct 13 2015 | Nora Loreto | The benefits of the Trans-Pacific Partnership will likely be far outweighed by what we stand to lose.
Yet another Canadian steel factory, closed down to outsource Canadian jobs.
Economy | Elections | Labour | Conservatives once again betray Canadian jobs | Oct 13 2015 | John Cartwright | This will be the first generation of Canadians in our history to be worse off than their parents. The Conservatives are to blame.
Photo: Bekah/flickr
Education | Political Action | Programs for activists: Education for social change | Oct 13 2015 | Bonnie Burstow | Interested in social activism education? Whether it be in social work or any other field associated with activism, there is a plethora of Canadian programs you can apply to -- and the time is now!
Photo: Policy Note blog
Education | Elections | Politics in Canada | Child care and the federal election: Where have the parties landed? | Oct 13 2015 | Iglika Ivanova, Lynell Anderson | Canada's patchwork system of child care could soon change, as many of the major political parties are proposing some form of a national child-care program. So how strong are the promises being made?
Elections | Environment | Politics in Canada | Election 2015: Where do the parties stand on climate change | Oct 13 2015 | two great guides to evaluate party positions.
Elections | Labour | Politics in Canada | Friends of Public Services is fighting for the Canada we want | Oct 13 2015 | Take the fight for Canada Post's door to door delivery to the next level, help defeat the Conservatives, and make sure that Canada Post stays in public hands.
Elections | Politics in Canada | Technology | Search through political archives to find out what the party actually said | Oct 13 2015 | A portal that pulls together real political documents for when memory or spin tries to change the story