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Civil Liberties Watch | Elections | Politics in Canada | If citizenship is a right, why can it be taken away? | Oct 2 2015 | Rick Salutin | A country that gets so careless and/or confused about its most basic right -- citizenship -- probably deserves to have an election about it.
Photo: flickr/ Daily Xtra
Civil Liberties Watch | Elections | Politics in Canada | World | Fact check: Can Canada bomb ISIS without hurting civilians? Jason Kenney thinks so. | Oct 2 2015 | Nora Loreto | Jason Kenney was quick to demand an apology from a Liberal candidate, but were the candidate's comments totally off-base or did they contain some truth?
Photo: Michael Fleshman/flickr
Economy | Elections | Labour | It's labour, stupid: Boost the economy by boosting wages | Oct 2 2015 | Murray Dobbin | The message of a new report is as unambiguous as it is surprising. For all the talk about what will grow the economy, the key component to future economic growth is rising wages and salaries.
Economy | Food & Health | Alberta, respect the Children First Act and stop clawing back child support payments | Oct 2 2015 | Doreen Nicoll | The Income Support Program is the only program to claw back child support. So, children living with a parent on social assistance are losing their basic human right to support from both parents.
Image: Chiefs of Ontario facebook page
Elections | Feminism | Indigenous Rights | Politics in Canada | 'Who is She?' campaign calls for inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women | Oct 2 2015 | Roshini Nair | The issue of missing and murdered Indigenous women needs to be addressed immediately. Since the current federal government plans to do nothing, the Chiefs of Ontario launched the Who is She? campaign.
Photo: flickr/ Michael Scott
Elections | Indigenous Rights | Politics in Canada | Federal parties failing to address faulty foundations of the Indigenous-settler relationship | Oct 2 2015 | Gina Starblanket | Federal parties are proposing policies to address what are perceived as the main issues for Indigenous communites. The dollar amounts are not only not enough, they fail to address underlying causes.
Elections | Politics in Canada | Follow the TVA French-language debate right here on rabble | Oct 2 2015 | rabble staff | Spend your Friday with rabble as we cover the second French-language debate of the 2015 federal election. It's gonna be great. We swear.
Elections | Politics in Canada | US Politics | World | Conservatives heart special forces | Oct 2 2015 | Yves Engler | Since the mid-2000s Canada's special forces have steadily expanded because these elite units have close ties to their U.S. counterparts and the government is not required to divulge information.
Elections | Barbaric cultural practices | Oct 2 2015 | J. Baglow | Will Stephen Harper get another majority by whipping up an electoral lynch mob?
Kelly Hadfield - Ghana, Social Change and Choice
Food & Health | World | Kelly Hadfield on Ghana, social change and choice | Oct 2 2015 | Face2Face | Kelly has a great story to tell and is a woman with a cause. She proves that little things make a big difference and that moving the social change needle requires commitment, passion and focus.
Rob Merrifield
Politics in Canada | One day after his graceless departure, former Alberta 'envoy' to Washington lands lobbying gig | Oct 2 2015 | David J. Climenhaga | A graceful departure would have benefitted former Alberta trade representative Rob Merrifield's reputation as well as the province he had been generously paid to serve.
Anti-Racism | Arts & Culture | Civil Liberties Watch | World | 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.
Susan Silas
Arts & Culture | '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.
Photo: flickr/ Jorge Andrés Paparoni Bruzual
Civil Liberties Watch | Education | World | Venezuela crisis continues to harshly impact students in Toronto | Oct 1 2015 | Emmet Livingstone | In 2014, the Venezuelan government prohibited exchanging Venezuelan currency into foreign denominations. Well into 2015, Venezuelan students in Toronto are still bearing this impact.
Economy | Elections | Technology | Investing in our digital future is critical to strengthening Canada's economy | Oct 1 2015 | David Christopher, Digital Freedom Update | Whether it's ensuring affordable Internet access, safeguarding our online privacy, or protecting free expression, this election will shape our digital future for the coming decades.