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Manmeet Bhullar
Elections | Politics in Canada | Whatever the outcome, today's Calgary-Greenway byelection is sure to be a spinner's dream | Mar 22 2016 | David J. Climenhaga | Sometimes a byelection is only a byelection.
Environment | Environmental deficit tarnishes Canada's rights record | Mar 22 2016 | David Suzuki | With the longest coastline of any nation, Canada has a global responsibility to protect its oceans, which are threatened by failures to address carbon emissions and ensure marine protection. 
Feminism | Good News | Indigenous Rights | World | South African women and tribal courts | Mar 22 2016 | Erna Curry | Victorious struggle against an ill-conceived bill.
Image: Wikimedia Commons
Feminism | Politics in Canada | On the death of Rob Ford and mourning abusive men | Mar 22 2016 | Meghan Murphy | Rob Ford died this morning and left behind a legacy of racism and misogyny. Why are we expected to mourn respectfully?
Image: Twitter/Jody Wilson-Raybould (@Puglaas)
Food & Health | Politics in Canada | Conservatives' broken promises put sex workers trying to exit industry in peril | Mar 22 2016 | Celine Bisette | When the Conservative government brought Bill C-36 into law, it promised to provide $20 million in funding for "exit programs" to help sex workers leave the industry. Where's the money?
Photo: Kim Elliott/flickr
NDP | Politics in Canada | Why a centrist NDP is not an option | Mar 22 2016 | Duncan Cameron | Political parties of the left exist to reverse the prevailing balance of political forces, not sell out the weaker groups. When a party such as the NDP forgets why it exists, its constituents desert.
Politics in Canada | Rob Ford's legacy of unfeigned populism and political recklessness won't be forgotten | Mar 22 2016 | Michael Laxer | There has never been a politician in Toronto quite like Rob Ford. And there is a good chance there never will be one again.
Photo: PROIIP Photo Archive/flickr
US Politics | World | Bridging the Cuba-U.S. divide: The view from the other side | Mar 22 2016 | John Kirk, Stephen Kimber | During President Obama's historic visit to Cuba this week, Americans need to at least consider the perspective from the Cuban side of the Florida Straits divide.
Eileen Thalenberg on Islamophobia, brokenness and the power of community.
Arts & Culture | Eileen Thalenberg on Islamophobia, brokenness and the power of community | Mar 21 2016 | Face2Face | Listen in as Eileen talks about her new film "A Jihadi In The Family" and the themes of Islamophobia, brokenness and the power of real community.
Economy | Politics in Canada | The story of Tuesday's budget will be about much more than the size of the deficit | Mar 21 2016 | Karl Nerenberg | Many in the media are now speculating about how big the Trudeau government's year one deficit will be. There will be, however, lots more to look for in the Liberals' first budget.
Photo: flickr/ KMR Photography
Economy | Morneau goes corporate with his new advisory council | Mar 21 2016 | Karl Nerenberg | The headlines said Finance Minister Bill Morneau's new council had a majority of women members. But the headlines left out the most important part of the story.
Photo: flickr/ MyEyeSees
Food & Health | Indigenous Rights | Mamisarvik Healing Centre will remain open with funding from federal government | Mar 21 2016 | Alyse Kotyk | The Mamisarvik Healing Centre, a healing centre for Inuit people across the country, was set to close at the end of March due to lack of funding, but has received funding from the federal government.
Food & Health | Labour | Playing ketchup with Heinz in the tomato wars | Mar 21 2016 | J. Baglow | Never mind the taste, feel the signs.
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Indigenous Rights | Unlearning racism against Indigenous peoples in one generation | Mar 21 2016 | Jennifer Henry | If we give them a chance, kids can help end racism against Indigenous people in Canada. And the best chance we can give them is through the schools.
Indigenous Rights | World | Why Honduran activist Berta Cáceres was assassinated | Mar 21 2016 | Redeye Collective | Berta Cáceres was a leading organizer for Indigenous land rights and the environment in Honduras, a country where that's a very dangerous thing to be. Beverley Bell explains why she was targeted.