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The real legacy of Stephen Harper | Oct 8 2015 | Meg Borthwick | Canada has an international reputation for justice and environmental protection. But do we really deserve it, especially after nine years under the Harper government? Nope!
People don't need Peeple: The rise and fall of a fictional app | Oct 7 2015 | Wayne MacPhail | Last week the Internet lost its shit over Peeple. And, last week Peeple was, according to the two Calgary-based women who came up with idea, a "Yelp for people." That all changed over the weekend.
Can national oil companies pass the environment test? | Oct 7 2015 | Gordon Laxer | In this third excerpt from Gordon Laxer's After the Sands: public ownership. Can it work and how can we get there?
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Paul Gross on 'Hyena Road,' trust and modern warfare | Oct 7 2015 | Face2Face | Listen in as Paul talks about the complexities of war, how the world is "not settling down" and about his encounter with absolutes.
WATCH: How do we get Canadians to care about climate change? Radicalize it. | Oct 7 2015 | Scott Vrooman | If nothing is done to stop Islamic Climate Change, our children may be the ones who suffer the most.
Image: Facebook/Ryan McMahon - Comedian
Indian and Cowboy lays the foundation for an Indigenous media revolution | Oct 6 2015 | Roshini Nair | What is Indian and Cowboy? An Indigenous multimedia network led by Ryan McMahon that is changing the face of media in Canada. Read this exclusive interview with McMahon.
radio book lounge: The accidental animal activist | Oct 5 2015 | Roshini Nair | A vacation that led to four years of extensive international research into animal husbandry.
After the Sands: How will Canada weather a low-carbon future? | Oct 5 2015 | Gordon Laxer | In this excerpt from his new book After the Sands, Gordon Laxer examines what Canadians need to know about ownership in Canada's energy industry.
Credit: Darren O'Donnell
The Hemsbach Protocol turns artistic lens on refugee crisis | Oct 2 2015 | June Chua | Toronto-based artist Darren O'Donnell spoke to about his summer stay at a refugee holding centre in Hemsbach, Germany and how the art project informed his ideas of migration and integration.
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'You see the horizon getting closer': Artist Susan Silas on memory, women, and the consciousness of death | Oct 1 2015 | Charlene Sayo | The NYC artist and essayist discusses memory, time, sex and women artists within the context of death and decay.
Hands off Africa: Canada's 300 years of intrusions exposed | Oct 1 2015 | Daniel Tseghay | Yves Engler's new book "Canada in Africa" exposes the Canadian government's complicity, and exploitation of, Canadian mines in Africa.
Photo: Sean Connors/flickr
rabble radio 169: Looking ahead to E-Day | Sep 30 2015 | Victoria Fenner | As we enter the home stretch of Election 42, on this episode of rabble radio, we look at getting out the vote, the Harper record on the economy, and Harperman: The Movie.

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