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Food & Health | Recipe for resistance: Food Not Bomb's vegan mac n' cheese | Apr 14 2014 | Tasha Leiah Stansbury | Food Not Bombs is an organization that takes food typically wasted and turns it into delicious and free vegan meals.
Jim Flaherty
Politics in Canada | Don't airbrush Jim Flaherty's record because of sympathy for his family | Apr 14 2014 | David J. Climenhaga | It is not speaking ill of the dead to say the charming Jim Flaherty held the same beliefs as the charmless Stephen Harper. It is the unvarnished and necessary truth.
Image: flickr/photoswebpm
Politics in Canada | After Jim Flaherty’s death, politicians ask, 'Is it worth it?' | Apr 14 2014 | Geoffrey Stevens | Parliament has become a very nasty place, and the proposed Fair Elections Act would only entrench current attitudes.
World | Sweat and tears made Chilean Habitat experience very special | Apr 14 2014 | Retiree Matters, Tony Cote | Over the years I had been involved in numerous one-day volunteer projects but I knew that there was something beyond that, especially since my retirement left me the time to get involved.
Environment | Food & Health | 25 years after Exxon Valdez disaster, oil still found on beaches | Apr 13 2014 | Redeye Collective | It took 10 years for pink salmon stocks to recover, herring has still not recovered and local communities continue to suffer health and economic impacts from the oil spill.
Photo by Krystalline Kraus
Indigenous Rights | Activist Communique: Four Sacred Colours Pow Wow photos from 2014 | Apr 13 2014 | Krystalline Kraus | Without further ado, here are the photos I took at the George Brown Campus, Four Sacred Colours Pow Wow 2014.
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Politics in Canada | Activist Communique: Ford Nation song – the next big hit? | Apr 13 2014 | Krystalline Kraus | A sunday pick me up ...or cry into your pillow - you decided.
Rob Anders
Politics in Canada | Rob Anders loses by a nose as Cowtown Cons make the best of a bad choice | Apr 13 2014 | David J. Climenhaga | The defeat of national embarrassment Rob Anders by former provincial cabinet minister Ron Liepert last night in the race for the Conservative nomination in Calgary Signal Hill marks the end of an era.
Politics in Canada | Bye, bye Rob Anders | Apr 13 2014 | J. Baglow | Rob Anders will never be missed. He stood out even from his colleagues as a kind of benchmark of just how bad bad politics can be.
Civil Liberties Watch | Activist Communique: G20 Class Action Important Update | Apr 12 2014 | Krystalline Kraus | A recap for anyone involved in the Sherry Good class action lawsuit resulting from their experience at the G20.
Politics in Canada | Élection Québec 2014: une grosse prise pour le 1 % | Apr 12 2014 | Pierre Beaudet | Avant de faire le diagnostic du défaite du PQ, il est important de comprendre le sens et la profondeur de la victoire du 1 %.
Cal Dallas
Politics in Canada | Alberta PCs on public service pensions: 'We lied. So what are you gonna do about it?' | Apr 12 2014 | David J. Climenhaga | By sawing off the third leg of the three-legged stool they've sat upon for 43 years, Alberta's PCs have became a party that offers nothing to anyone and something to offend everyone.
Anti-Racism | Indigenous Rights | Political Action | Toolkit to Abolish Racist Native Mascots | Apr 11 2014 | Tips to help you take on racist native mascots
Photo: Parti Québécois/flickr
Anti-Racism | Elections | Politics in Canada | Au revoir, Pauline: Goodbye to Quebec's time of division | Apr 11 2014 | Monia Mazigh | Pauline Marois's strategists thought that by raising the spectre of a "Muslim invasion" they would succeed as the Front National in France did. But Quebec isn't France and North America isn't Europe.
Arts & Culture | Media Matters | What Mad Men can tell us about a bygone era of advertising | Apr 11 2014 | Rick Salutin | Mad Men starts its final season on Sunday. It's ironic that it happens at a time of serious decline for advertising itself, which for over a century was the linchpin of the capitalist system.