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Education | Cape Breton University launches national campaign to eliminate tuition | Mar 10 2015 | Garry Leech | Three presidents at CBU call for a progressive tax system to fully fund post-secondary education in Canada and replace the current debt-inducing model.
Image: Flickr/ilriccio
Education | Labour | Crisis in academic labour puts Canadian universities on the brink | Mar 10 2015 | Erin Wunker | Erin Wunker in the first of a two-part series on the contract labour crisis brewing in post-secondary education. And how to fight it.
Environment | NDP, Liberals and Greens agree on an approach to assess carbon pollution reduction | Mar 10 2015 | Dale Marshall | The main federal opposition parties are supporting targets and measures that get Canada on track for climate change action.
Photo: Doug Brown/flickr
Environment | It's time to end the grisly trophy hunt | Mar 10 2015 | David Suzuki | Most British Columbians -- and Canadians -- are against the grizzly trophy hunt. It's time for the government to listen to the majority rather than industry donors and ban this barbaric practice.
Labour | World | International Women's Day and Bangladesh garment workers | Mar 10 2015 | Piergiorgio Moro | Regional labour updates and International Women's Day with a focus on Bangladesh garment workers.
Jim Prentice
Politics in Canada | That early election: What if Premier Jim Prentice doesn't do what everyone expects? | Mar 10 2015 | David J. Climenhaga | The harsh public reaction to Alberta Premier Jim Prentice's look-in-the-mirror moment on Wednesday should give him pause for reflection.
World | Canada's Globe and Mail joins in extolling Ukraine's extreme-right | Mar 10 2015 | Roger Annis | Globe writers join colleagues at the Toronto Star in vaunting fundraising in Canada for weapons by Ukraine's extreme right.
Image: Flickr/PMWebphotos
Anti-Racism | Politics in Canada | Stephen Harper's anti-Muslim politics are crass and dangerous | Mar 9 2015 | Gerry Caplan | Zunera Ishaq could be a model Canadian. But because she wears a niqab, Stephen Harper will scapegoat her with inflammatory rhetoric he hopes will win him the election.
Anti-Racism | Feminism | LGBTIQ | Incite and Colour of Violence | Mar 9 2015 | The F Word | Pragya Esh interviews Rachel Caidor, organizer with Incite: Women & Trans* People of Color Against Violence and Color of Violence 4.
Image: Wikimedia Commons
Anti-Racism | Politics in Canada | Conservative MP statement not meant in racist way still totally racist | Mar 9 2015 | J. Baglow | Harper's former Director of Communications is worried about an influx of "brown people." What does that tell us about him, his audience, and our society as a whole?
Image: U Manitoba Libraries
Civil Liberties Watch | Labour | Bill C-51: Labour must confront radical legislation with radical action | Mar 9 2015 | Nora Loreto | Opposing Bill C-51 is the most important fight right now.
Photo: m.p.3./flickr
Economy | World | The euro, the drachma and Greece: Limited options in an impossible situation | Mar 9 2015 | Jean-Francois Ponsot, Louis-Philippe Rochon | The final agreement between Greece and the Eurogroup is a disappointment for anyone who held high hopes that Greece would have taken away more than a mere extension to the existing deal.
Economy | Feminism | Labour | Why are women leaving Canada's workforce? | Mar 9 2015 | Toby Sanger | Women left Canada's labour force in record numbers last year. Who are they and why did they leave?
Economy | Environment | Indigenous Rights | New B.C. law treats water as resource, not public trust | Mar 9 2015 | Redeye Collective | Last year, the B.C. government introduced the Water Sustainability Act. The legislation will regulate groundwater and measure large-scale water use. Critics says the act is too industry-friendly.
Photo: Flickr/Jay Reed
Economy | Labour | The Target diaries: Enter the liquidator | Mar 9 2015 | anonymous | These days, we are working hour by hour, not knowing when the store will be closed forever.