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Elections | Food & Health | We need national, universal pharmacare. Now. | Oct 5 2015 | Doreen Nicoll | When she stated, "when everything is free, our default is to take the easy way -- and demand things we don’t really need," I knew she was living in a world vastly different from Canadians.
Elections | Labour | Politics in Canada | The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Election SoundUp with Karl Nerenberg | Oct 5 2015 | Victoria Fenner | What the newly negotiated deal means for Stephen Harper's re-election chances.
Image: Flickr/bcgovphotos
Environment | What's wrong with Site C | Oct 5 2015 | Marvin Shaffer | The fact is there has been no independently assessed business case or social benefit-cost justification of the government's plan to build Site C.
Labour | World | Workers in South Korea fighting back against government and company's offensive | Oct 5 2015 | Jiselle Hanna, Piergiorgio Moro | Labour updates from the Asia Pacific region and the South Korean working-class movement.
Two Norwegian NOFI workers participate in an oil spill clean-up contest
World | How have Canada and Norway managed climate change? | Oct 5 2015 | Bruce Campbell | Despite similar economics, political cultures and resources, Canada and Norway are worlds apart when it comes to climate change.
Civil Liberties Watch | Elections | Environment | Political Action | Dogwood Initiative: Getting out the vote for MPs who will build a better BC | Oct 4 2015 | See where the candidates in stand on civil liberties, oil tankers and then vote
Elections | Political Action | Politics in Canada | Make your vote matter | Oct 4 2015 | Really vote strategically and change the system
Elections | Indigenous Rights | Yukon First Nations could decide who represents the territory | Oct 4 2015 | Lewis Rifkind | The Conservatives have treated Yukon First Nations with scorn, contempt and slight regard. Election day, October 19, will be payback time.
Anybody But Harper
Elections | Politics in Canada | The art and science of strategic voting | Oct 4 2015 | Christopher Majka | Albert Einstein famously said that the definition of insanity was "doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results." On that basis Canadians have an insane electoral system.
Civil Liberties Watch | Feminism | Indigenous Rights | Politics in Canada | Who is She? | Oct 3 2015 | First Nations are building their own campaign to investigate missing and murdered Indigenous women.
Economy | We can afford the Leap | Oct 3 2015 | Redeye Collective | In September, Naomi Klein launched the Leap Manifesto, outlining a bold new vision for a just and sustainable future. Seth Klein has done an economic analysis to show how the Leap can be funded.
Michael Cooper
Elections | Politics in Canada | St. Albert-Edmonton Conservative candidate must clearly state his position on women's reproductive rights | Oct 3 2015 | David J. Climenhaga | Michael Cooper has received the full endorsement of the radical Campaign Life Coalition for opposing women's reproductive rights.
Politics in Canada | Cooperative Interdependence: Jacob Kearey-Moreland brings a new vision to the federal election in Simcoe North | Oct 3 2015 | Michael Laxer | The NDP tried to stop Jason Kearey-Moreland from running. They failed. Here he outlines what his vision of "Cooperative Interdependence" is all about.
Anti-Racism | Elections | Feminism | The niqab debate reminds us why we have a Charter | Oct 2 2015 | Scott Vrooman | Rights are to public opinion what Rob Ford's behaviour is to public opinion: irrelevant.
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Arts & Culture | Civil Liberties Watch | World | 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.