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Feminism | Political Action | Celebrating International Women's Day | Mar 6 2014 | Event listings to help you determine the best causes and campaigns to support in honour of International Women's Day.
Photo: flickr/brizzle born and bred
Media Matters | Technology | The future of television programming: Is the CRTC necessary? | Mar 6 2014 | Michael Geist | Does Canada still need the CRTC to regulate broadcasting, especially when their vision includes a whole host of new fees? Seems like it's time for a change.
Photo: flickr/opensourceway
NDP | Politics in Canada | NDP's big ideas. Right here. Right now. | Mar 6 2014 | Megan Leslie | NDP MP Megan Leslie to rabble columnist Murray Dobbin: The NDP has got big ideas, and we're proud of them!
NDP | The NDP 'sellout' is the left's cop out | Mar 6 2014 | David Bush | The ONDP's drift rightward isn’t an aberration. The NDP everywhere is offering up micro policy differences as big ideas.
Political Action | Québec-Canada: Le poids de l’histoire | Mar 6 2014 | Pierre Beaudet | With the People's Social Forum set to take place in Ottawa in August, Pierre Beaudet reminds us to take stock of the history between First Nations, Quebec, and Canada. This article is in French only.
Political Action | Fair Trade Classroom Materials | Mar 6 2014 | Workshops and guides to help teach students about Fair Trade products and policies
Politics in Canada | Technology | Should Rogers be allowed to block us from watching Hockey Night online? | Mar 6 2014 | David Christopher | Big Telecom is running scared of cord-cutters and is doing what it takes to block them from watching their favourite shows online.
Anti-Racism | A victory for migrant justice: Hamilton as 'sanctuary city' | Mar 5 2014 | Scott Neigh | Caitlin Craven and Josee Oliphant talk about organizing to make Hamilton, Ontario, into Canada's second 'sanctuary city.'
Photo: flickr/Charlotte90T
Anti-Racism | Education | Cultural stereotyping? You've got to be kidding. | Mar 5 2014 | Nashwa Khan | A passionate testimony about the labels and biases applied to racialized populations, especially within the sphere of post secondary education and career paths.
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Economy | Labour | The labour share and income inequality | Mar 5 2014 | Michal Rozworski | All the recent talk about Canada's shrinking middle class and rising income inequality got me thinking that it might be a good time to look at a neglected economic concept: the labour share of income.
Economy | Activist Communique: Dear Stephen Harper sir, may I please has a job? | Mar 5 2014 | Krystalline Kraus, Melvinder Singh | I am pleased to reprint this open letter to Canada’s Prime Minister, Stephen Harper, by Torontonian Melvinder Singh.
Elections | Politics in Canada | Le véritable adversaire | Mar 5 2014 | Pierre Beaudet | With the Quebec election launched, Pierre Beaudet considers the position of Quebec in Canada, and what is at stake in the 2014 election.
Photo: flickr/peter pearson
Elections | Food & Health | Politics in Canada | Prairie grain backlog follows democracy backlog | Mar 5 2014 | Jan Slomp | Are grain transportation and the Fair Elections Act connected? You bet! The CPC's termination of the farmer-elected Canadian Wheat Board is akin to dismissing the Chief Electoral Officer.
Environment | Indigenous Rights | Ontario Energy Board announces first round of consultations on Energy East pipeline | Mar 5 2014 | Andrea Harden-Donahue | The Ontario Energy Board has announced the first round of consultations on the potential impacts of Energy East pipeline in Ontario, described as a 'series of interactive discussions' along the route.
Photo: flickr/Håkan Dahlström
Environment | Politics in Canada | The Conservatives' multi-pronged attack on science | Mar 5 2014 | Justin Podur | The Conservatives' attack on science has a goal to transfer power and resources from public services and public science to private institutions.