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Arts & Culture | Indigenous Rights | Technology | Indian and Cowboy lays the foundation for an Indigenous media revolution | Oct 6 2015 | Roshini Nair | What is Indian and Cowboy? An Indigenous multimedia network led by Ryan McMahon that is changing the face of media in Canada. Read this exclusive interview with McMahon.
Economy | Politics in Canada | What's in the Trans-Pacific Partnership? | Oct 6 2015 | Brent Patterson | Countries announced the conclusion of negotiations on the massive Trans-Pacific Partnership "free trade" deal this week. What's in that agreement and why should we be concerned?
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Economy | Elections | Environment | Harper's climate claims: Taking credit where it's not due | Oct 6 2015 | Marc Lee | Stephen Harper's emissions claims are very much a case of taking credit where it is not due, from a prime minister who is only pretending to care about the issue amid the spotlight of the election.
Economy | Environment | Food & Health | Trans-Pacific Partnership a big win for corporate interests | Oct 6 2015 | Hadrian Mertins-Kirkwood | Here are three areas where multinational corporations and foreign investors will still be able to sue governments under the terms of the TPP.
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Economy | Elections | Politics in Canada | Conrad Black to Bay Street: Justin can be trusted | Oct 6 2015 | Linda McQuaig | There's every indication that Justin Trudeau, notwithstanding his progressive talk, would continue the longstanding Liberal tradition of letting Bay Street call the economic shots.
Economy | Environment | Politics in Canada | NAFTA and proportionality: A devil's bargain | Oct 6 2015 | Gordon Laxer | This week we're featuring an excerpt a day from Gordon Laxer's new book After the Sands. Today: how Canada squanders its advantage when it comes to our oil resources.
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Economy | Elections | Politics in Canada | A final debate and the Trans-Pacific Partnership shake up the campaign | Oct 6 2015 | Karl Nerenberg | NDP leader Mulcair did well in the final French-language debate; so did Liberal leader Trudeau. But does Harper hold the trump card with the TPP?
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Economy | Elections | Politics in Canada | Trans-Pacific Partnership: No time-outs allowed in the class struggle | Oct 6 2015 | Duncan Cameron | The power of giant corporations to protect and advance ownership rights over jobs, wages and labour rights has been enshrined in trade deals. This is how the class struggle is waged from above.
Elections | Islamophobia, the niqab and dog-whistle racism in the Canadian election | Oct 6 2015 | Michael Laxer | Our government and our government officials are using the niqab to create a climate of fear and loathing that will help them back to power.
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Elections | Politics in Canada | World | Harper trumpets Canada's international role even as our reputation declines | Oct 6 2015 | Ralph Surette | We are becoming a ship of fools adrift on international waters, and not only is that obscured by Harper's doubletalk, but the opposition parties have failed to bring any of this to light.
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Elections | Environment | The environment platforms of all federal parties amount to climate change denial | Oct 6 2015 | Roger Annis | The federal parties are more wedded to preserving the capitalist system of endless expansion than they are to speaking the truth about the climate crisis.
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Elections | Politics in Canada | Technology | Social media gives a limited picture of political candidates | Oct 6 2015 | Stephen Kimber | Is it past time for a statute of limitations on social media stupidity? Or at least for a more nuanced understanding than what may have been expressed in the heat of a long-gone 140-character moment?
Feminism | Treating porn like a drug addiction is no solution | Oct 6 2015 | Meghan Murphy | Men may well exhibit addictive behaviour, with regard to porn consumption, but will a drug treatment model help?
Arts & Culture | Environment | Food & Health | radio book lounge: The accidental animal activist | Oct 5 2015 | Roshini Nair | A vacation that led to four years of extensive international research into animal husbandry.
Arts & Culture | Economy | Environment | Politics in Canada | After the Sands: How will Canada weather a low-carbon future? | Oct 5 2015 | Gordon Laxer | In this excerpt from his new book After the Sands, Gordon Laxer examines what Canadians need to know about ownership in Canada's energy industry.