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In Cahoots:

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Economy | Politics in Canada | Nova Scotia Tax Review: Eroding tax fairness | Nov 20 2014 | Christine Saulnier | On balance, the tax package proposed in this report will result in a regressive and unfair tax regime in Nova Scotia that will harm the economy and make current problems worse.
Photo: flickr/john
Economy | Food & Health | Political Action | World | The 2014 G20 summit: What did it achieve? | Nov 20 2014 | Stephen Price-Thomas | Will the impact of decisions made by G20 leaders last weekend be transitory?
Photo by Stephen Thomas, Nov. 2014
Education | Environment | Indigenous Rights | Political Action | Push for fossil fuel divestment gains momentum | Nov 20 2014 | Jennifer Mills | Will divestment from fossil fuels in Canada stop extreme resource extraction? Maybe not, but it's a step and an important part of the change!
Photo: Steven Lee
Education | Labour | Politics in Canada | Students demand action on student debt and youth unemployment | Nov 20 2014 | Ella Bedard | The Canadian Federation of Students say that politicians are willing to pay lip service to student issues, but offer little more than that.
Photo: Light Brigading/flickr
Environment | Indigenous Rights | US Politics | As opposition grows, what will it take to stop Keystone XL? | Nov 20 2014 | Amy Goodman | A massive people's climate movement against extracting some of the dirtiest oil on the planet has prevailed, at least for now. Can it stop Keystone XL?
Photo: Simon Fraser University - University Communications/flickr
Feminism | Politics in Canada | On the benevolence of slippery slopes: Women taking the lead | Nov 20 2014 | David Taub Bancroft | Critics of Kim Campbell's proposal for gender parity charge that it will open the floodgates to other oppressed groups demanding fair representation of their own. And this is a bad thing how, exactly?
Food & Health | Political Action | Watch: Keep Health Care Public! | Nov 20 2014 | Don Kossick | The Harper government's massive attack on public health care and medicare in Canada is awful. How can we stop it?
Arts & Culture | Political Action | Beit Zatoun: From Palestine to important multi-movement infrastructure in Toronto | Nov 19 2014 | Scott Neigh | Robert Massoud talks about Toronto grassroots space and cultural centre Beit Zatoun.
Photo: Phil Norton/flickr
Arts & Culture | Economy | Labour | Have artists become their own patrons in Quebec? | Nov 19 2014 | Francis Fortier | It's hard to know exactly how much is being invested, in both time and money, into the audiovisual sector by artists themselves. A conservative estimate would be between $10 and $13 million a year.
Environment | Politics in Canada | TransCanada hires controversial PR firm to derail opposition to Energy East pipeline | Nov 19 2014 | Brent Patterson | Calgary-based TransCanada hired the controversial public relations firm Edelman in an attempt to derail growing public opposition to its proposed 1.1 million barrels per day Energy East pipeline.
Cornwallis public forum
Environment | Indigenous Rights | Political Action | Community mobilizing, growing opposition on Atlantic Energy East tour | Nov 19 2014 | Andrea Harden-Donahue | It's been a week since our Atlantic Energy East tour wrapped up, and what a whirlwind it has been. The tour was ambitious with the hosting of five public forums, a series of meetings and site visits.
Feminism | In defence of Kim Kardashian and her critics | Nov 19 2014 | Laura McNally | Critics of Kim Kardashian's 'Break the Internet' photo shoot aren't "jealous," they're just tired of being represented as sexualized objects.
Photo: flickr/recessionreliefcoalition
Food & Health | Political Action | Politics in Canada | Food activists celebrate gains at Halifax conference | Nov 19 2014 | Wayne Roberts | 500 food advocates gathered in Halifax to talk about what the food movement has achieved and what their powerhouse can accomplish next.
Photo: flickr/john
Food & Health | Political Action | World | G20 must turn the tide on rising inequality and tackle the Ebola crisis | Nov 19 2014 | Steve Price-Thomas | G20 leaders who met last weekend in Brisbane need to focus on the issues that matter for the millions of people trapped in poverty in order to beat the Ebola crisis.
Indigenous Rights | Politics in Canada | Watch: Turn the tables and reject the Interim Land Claims policy | Nov 19 2014 | Idle No More | The Harper government is trying to accelerate the elimination of Aboriginal rights so it can push through pipelines. We have to say no!