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Euromaidan in Kyiv
World | Ukraine on the brink | Mar 10 2014 | Christopher Majka | The current Ukrainian-Russian standoff is a shadow play of 19th-century imperialism conjoined to mystical, slavophile, pan-Slavic dreams. Here is a prescription for a resolution to the crisis.
World | Codepink's Medea Benjamin detained, assaulted and deported from Egypt by police while leading solidarity delegation to Gaza | Mar 9 2014 | Roger Annis | Members of an international solidarity delegation headed to Gaza through Egypt to mark International Women's Day are assaulted and deported by authorities. Canada supports the governing regime.
Photo: Sharon Drummond/flickr
World | What's really at stake in Ukraine | Mar 9 2014 | Murray Dobbin | Murray Dobbin examines the high stakes behind the casual acceptance by the West of an illegal, coup-installed regime in Kiev populated by neo-Nazis and anti-Semites.
Economy | Feminism | On International Women's Day we must remember that poverty and the minimum wage are gendered issues | Mar 8 2014 | Michael Laxer | The minimum wage and social assistance rates are a basic and fundamental part of the struggle for women's equality.
Education | Feminism | College and university women sign open letter in support of Anne-Marie Roy: 'rape culture is pervasive' | Mar 8 2014 | various | On International Women's day, women in elected positions in educational institutions from across Canada sign an open letter saying "We've been there too.".
Feminism | Indigenous Rights | Decolonizing women's history: Max Dashu on recovering women's history | Mar 8 2014 | Meghan Murphy | Meghan Murphy speaks with Max Dashu, founder of The Suppressed Histories Archives, about the importance of women's and Indigenous histories.
Labour | International Women's Day in the Asia Pacific | Mar 8 2014 | Diana Beaumont and Jiselle Hanna | International Women's Day edition of Asia Pacific Currents: Labour news from the Asia Pacific region and an interview about the Korean railway workers' strike.
Politics in Canada | Housing co-operatives face uncertain future | Mar 8 2014 | Redeye Collective | For the past 40 years, the federal government has subsidized housing co-ops. Now the original agreements are expiring and there is no plan in place for their renewal.
Arts & Culture | The Orenda won Canada Reads and I feel weird about it. | Mar 7 2014 | Christina Turner | Is Joseph Boyden's novel really the one to incite social change in this country?
Civil Liberties Watch | Politics in Canada | Technology | Ever wondered what it looks like when a video calling out government spying goes viral? | Mar 7 2014 | David Christopher | Thousands of Canadians have been sharing our hard-hitting video about government spying
Image: flickr/PremierofAlberta
Education | Indigenous Rights | First Nations Education Act: Standardizing 'the Indian in the child' | Mar 7 2014 | Pamela Palmater | Every time National Chief Shawn Atleo or Stephen Harper speaks, it becomes more and more apparent that they are not of the same mind in terms of what FNEA entails.
Elections | NWT Legislative Assembly Blind-sides Voters with Questionable Motion to Extend their own Mandate | Mar 7 2014 | George Lessard | Folks in the NWT are wondering which NWT MLAs what to run in both the 2015 federal and territorial elections.
Elections | Politics in Canada | Harper's elections act will deprive thousands of the right to vote -- Chief Electoral Officer | Mar 7 2014 | Karl Nerenberg | The Chief Electoral Officer told the Committee studying the Fair Elections Act that it does too little to stop fraud while it undermines the right to vote for many Canadians.
Environment | Nine reasons to reject the NEB decision and continue opposing Line 9 | Mar 7 2014 | Jesse McLaren | After restricting decision-making, ignoring tar sands and climate change, denying Indigenous sovereignty, minimizing risks and ignored green jobs, the NEB is using conditions to shift the debate
Photo: Justin Scott Campbell/flickr
Feminism | Labour | Politics in Canada | When a government protects workers by criminalizing them | Mar 7 2014 | Joyce Arthur | Imagine for a moment, if the debate over prostitution laws was aimed at other types of workers.