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Education | Labour | Political Action | BCTF calls for binding arbitration | Sep 5 2014 | Larry Kuehn | The BC Teachers Federation has called on the government to agree to binding arbitration for compensation, benefits and preparation time.
Meena Wong talks with reporters on the steps of City Hall
Elections | Politics in Canada | Meena Wong offers strong alternative to Vancouver's blancmange mayoral race | Sep 5 2014 | Michael Stewart | Vancouver's oldest left-wing party, COPE, attempted to offer an alternative today to the two wealthy, pro-developer, white, male candidates vying for mayor of Vancouver.
Environment | Indigenous Rights | Camp Madii Lii, Gitxsan Nation: LNG prohibited | Sep 5 2014 | rabbleTV | Camp Madii Lii is located at the entrance to Luutkudziiwus territory within the Gitxsan Nation. On Aug. 26, 2014, access to the territory was closed to all LNG traffic.
Photo: flickr/L.C. Nøttaasen
Feminism | Indigenous Rights | Media Matters | Politics in Canada | Why are we hesitant to name white male violence as a root cause of #MMIW? | Sep 5 2014 | Sarah Hunt | Has the flurry of dialogue and public outrage surrounding MMIW failed to bring about real change? Maybe, because we need to shine a light on the real cause: white male violence.
Gaza | Political Action | World | Jewish opposition to colonialism and institutional complicity in Israeli violence | Sep 5 2014 | David Zinman, Sam Bick | Are organizations like CIJA and the CJA actually speaking on behalf of all Jewish people like they say? Definitely not.
Photo: Flickr/Superfantastic
Indigenous Rights | Politics in Canada | Bill C-10 will hurt First Nations communities | Sep 5 2014 | Matt Moir | According to the government Bill C-10 is aimed at stopping tobacco smuggling. Some First Nations leaders say it is aimed at First Nations tobacco industry, and the bill needs to be stopped.
Image: Flickr/glassghost
Indigenous Rights | Being a witness: The importance of protecting Indigenous women's stories | Sep 5 2014 | Samantha Nock | We need to begin witnessing the stories of Indigenous women, instead of writing their stories for them.
Media Matters | Politics in Canada | Poll-driven news coverage does a disservice to Canadian politics | Sep 5 2014 | Karl Nerenberg | To take a poll and then base political coverage on the results is bottom-feeding journalism and bad for a healthy, policy-based democratic dialogue. It happens too often in Canada.
Politics in Canada | Politics in the raw | Sep 5 2014 | J. Baglow | So Harper's short-pants kids caught a couple of politicans saying what they thought. Why is this a bad thing?
Technology | World | CCPA Monitor: The battle for the Internet and what it means for Canada | Sep 5 2014 | David Christopher, Steve Anderson | A battle to save net neutrality is brewing in the United States with implications for the global Internet
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US Politics | World | Threats to security start at home | Sep 5 2014 | Rick Salutin | "Developments in other parts of the world, particularly in Iraq and Syria, threaten our security at home," said Barack Obama. But the threats at home may be different from those he has in mind.
Arts & Culture | Politics in Canada | World | On the centenary of the First World War, have you forgotten yet? | Sep 4 2014 | Jamie Swift | Apologists for wars usually claim that they've been fought for high-minded reasons. To suggest that the carnage of the First World War was about imperialism and influence does not sound very noble.
Arts & Culture | Labour | US Politics | The Coup's aggressive, danceable, and hopeful musical revolution | Sep 4 2014 | Dan Kellar | In an interview with Boots Riley of "punk-funk, Communist revolution" band, The Coup, we talk the band, bringing the revolution to art, withholding labour, hopeful organizing in Oakland and more.
Arts & Culture | LGBTIQ | LGBTQ youth have their voices heard | Sep 4 2014 | Diana Scholl, Laurel Golio | Read the unique stories of LGBTQ youth from across Canada and the U.S. in new photo journalism project 'We Are the Youth'.
CommonCauses | Media Matters | Politics in Canada | Linda McQuaig: Celebrating Indie Media and Activism | Sep 4 2014 | Victoria Fenner | Linda McQuaig spoke to guests at's event Celebrating Indie Media and Activism at the Peoples' Social Forum in Ottawa on August 21, 2014.