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Feminism | Politics in Canada | Beyond cabinet parity: Gender equity requires less talk, more legislation | Jul 19 2016 | Sophia Reuss | Justin Trudeau's "Because it's 2015" feminism has a lot of political currency. But is all this rhetoric really addressing a huge issue in Canadian politics: the parliamentary gender gap?
Photo: Canola field. Credit: Julie Falk/flickr
Food & Health | Politics in Canada | The ABCs of genetically modified crops | Jul 19 2016 | Lois Ross | In recent months, there have been a number of announcements related to genetically modified crops. So, what actions are being taken in Canada and internationally to expand the debate about GM crops?
Jason Kenney
Politics in Canada | If Jason Kenney's anti-abortion views don't matter, why are anti-choice activists supporting him so enthusiastically? | Jul 19 2016 | David J. Climenhaga | If you care about women's rights and reproductive freedom, you'd damn well better care about who runs this province!
Economy | Labour | It's time for a postal banking reboot | Jul 18 2016 | Scott Vrooman | If we think competition will help Canada Post, then let them compete with banks.
Image: Flickr/Eryne!
Education | How do we teach our teenagers courage in a world that needs it? | Jul 18 2016 | Lizanne Foster | Essentially, my students want to know why it's so hard for people to get along with other people.
Tzeporah Berman
Environment | Politics in Canada | Appointment of environmentalist Tzeporah Berman sparks Wildrose hysteria. Here's why | Jul 18 2016 | David J. Climenhaga | To hear the reaction from the Outrage machine on the Internet, you would have thought environmentalist Tzeporah Berman was, well … an Orc!
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Environment | Politics in Canada | Evictions loom as demands for federal action against Site C rise | Jul 18 2016 | Alyse Kotyk | Huge deficits. Environmental destruction. Lack of permits. Why is such an unnecessary project like Site C being pushed through?
Indigenous Rights | Site C opponents raise a paddle against dam project | Jul 18 2016 | Redeye Collective | On July 9, thousands of people grabbed a paddle to oppose B.C. Hydro's Site C dam. The dam will flood thousands of hectares of prime agricultural land, much of it within Treaty 8 territory.
Labour | Canada Post and CUPW back at the table | Jul 18 2016 | Redeye Collective | Two weeks ago Canada Post issued 72-hour lockout notice to the Canadian Union of Postal Workers. But management withdrew its lockout notice when it didn't get the backing of the Liberal government.
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Labour | 'Groundbreaking' labour ruling highlights Canada's lack of progress for worker rights | Jul 18 2016 | Teuila Fuatai | Canada's Supreme Court ruling in favour of fired nuclear energy worker Joseph Wilson has been rightly revered. But, it's being celebrated for essentially ensuring the law was followed.
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Politics in Canada | World | Liberals must shed hypocrisy if they're to learn harsh lessons of Brexit | Jul 18 2016 | Rafe Mair | Everybody seems to have a theory about Brexit and Rafe Mair, naturally, is no exception.
Jürgen Todenhöfer on "Truth", the real face of war and other cultures.
Arts & Culture | World | Jürgen Todenhöfer on 'truth,' the real face of war and a respect for other cultures | Jul 17 2016 | Face2Face | Jürgen and David talk about "truth," ISIS, brainwashing, the media, respect for other cultures and the real face of war.
Arts & Culture | Feminism | Technology | Web manosphere and revolt of the beta-men | Jul 17 2016 | Aoife Cooke | There's a geeky new sexism espoused by the gender-fluid generation says Irish journalist Angela Nagle.
Economy | Politics in Canada | Toronto Mayor John Tory goes Full Austerity Jacket | Jul 17 2016 | Michael Laxer | Now heading into the midway point of his first term, and no doubt greatly emboldened by the lack of any effective or coherent opposition to his policies, Tory's real agenda is coming into its own.
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Politics in Canada | Wildrose Party wins the second-quarter fundraising horserace, but can the pace be sustained? | Jul 17 2016 | David J. Climenhaga | Political developments on the right in Alberta suggest it may be harder in the next quarter for the Wildrose Party to raise money at the last quarter's rate.