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Coalition | CommonCauses | Environment | Political Action | World | World Social Forum 2016 in Montreal ended yesterday | Aug 15 2016 | Here are some initiatives presented on Saturday to continue the conversations
Coalition | CommonCauses | Environment | Political Action | World | World Social Forum 2016: What's next? | Aug 15 2016 | Here are some initiatives to continue the conversations and activism after the World Social Forum.
Environment | World | Submit your photos to the Great Canadian Bumble Bee Count by August 15 | Aug 15 2016 | Help scientists sample and protect bumble bees in Canada
Indigenous Rights | Technology | Naming the origins of our home on native land | Aug 15 2016 | A list of traditional territories upon which our major cities were built.
Image: Twitter/@blissblogs
Labour | Ontario's 'Red Tape Challenge' a dangerous, hollow media stunt | Aug 15 2016 | Nora Loreto | Kathleen Wynne has declared open season on Red Tape. Workers need to organize to take the initiative back from the bosses.
In the US election Donald Trump doesn't do the Beatitudes
US Politics | Despite evangelical support, don't expect Beatitudes from Trump this U.S. election | Aug 15 2016 | Dennis Gruending | Both candidates in the U.S. presidential election are attempting to attract votes from religious believers.
Graphic image of a mammoth elephant painted red, white and blue
US Politics | Can the Republican party survive the 2016 election? | Aug 15 2016 | Penney Kome | Four arguments in favour and six against the survival of a party dedicated to a shrinking voter segment: uneducated older white men.
World | What will NATO get up to now that the chill is off between Russia and Turkey? | Aug 15 2016 | David J. Climenhaga | There's a strong possibility that if NATO's leaders decide Russia is making gains in the south, they'll get up to mischief in the north.
Image: Flickr/Tar Sands Blockade
Politics in Canada | World | Jill Stein beats Elizabeth May on foreign policy | Aug 13 2016 | Yves Engler | Much of the Canadian left is highly nationalistic, wedded to the idea this country is both a U.S. "dependency" and an international "peacekeeper."
Civil Liberties Watch | Politics in Canada | Trudeau's bare arms and armaments | Aug 12 2016 | Scott Vrooman | Canada quietly ignores human rights while obsessing over the PM's human parts.
CommonCauses | Environment | Political Action | Ears on the earth: Taking the next leap | Aug 12 2016 | Victoria Fenner | In our final installment of our podcasts from the World Social Forum, we look at the next steps for the LEAP Manifesto.
Education | Any Black folks in the house? | Aug 12 2016 | Robin Browne | I would congratulate Afro Brazilians for being more than half the population -- if I could only find them.
Photo: David Kattenburg
Elections | Gaza | Politics in Canada | Elizabeth May: Greens should not identify with a movement 'out of our control' | Aug 12 2016 | David Kattenburg | David Kattenburg spoke with Green Party leader Elizabeth May at the World Social Forum this week about the new policy resolution supporting the BDS movement.
Photo: Ferdinand Schmutzer/Wikimedia Commons
Environment | US Politics | World | If climate change is our defining issue, where's the public debate on it? | Aug 12 2016 | Rick Salutin | The great public debate on the theory of relativity happened 100 years ago, but it's refreshing to look back at it in view of how today's major science issue, climate change, has been treated.
Feminism | Survivors speak out in new book about the prostitution industry | Aug 12 2016 | Meghan Murphy | Meghan Murphy speaks with Melinda Tankard-Reist, and two survivors who shared their stories in "Prostitution Narratives: Stories of Survival in the Sex Trade."