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Civil Liberties Watch | Political Action | Politics in Canada | Stop the abuse of solitary confinement in prisons | Nov 7 2015 | Stand up for the rights of prisoners
Environment | Political Action | World | Nov 29, 2015: The Global Climate March | Nov 7 2015 | Right now there are 1,794 events and counting... find one in a community near you or start an event!
Margo Goodhand
Media Matters | So long, Suns? Frank Magazine says Postmedia will merge dailies in Edmonton, Calgary and Ottawa | Nov 7 2015 | David J Climenhaga | Edmonton Journal editor-in-chief says the report her paper will be merged with the Edmonton Sun, both now operating out of the same building, makes no sense.
Barack Obama
Politics in Canada | It's official: The Harper Government’s approach to petro-diplomacy was a spectacular flop | Nov 7 2015 | David J. Climenhaga | Even with more diplomatic leaders in Ottawa and Edmonton, the Harper approach has likely made it much more difficult for the social license strategy to succeed.
Image: alternativemeans/flickr
Civil Liberties Watch | Political Action | Politics in Canada | Defining access to information and why it matters | Nov 6 2015 | Jamie Brownlee, Kevin Walby | Gaining access to tightly controlled government information is critical in promoting social justice. So what's the state of access to information in Canada today?
Rachel Notley
Economy | Politics in Canada | Rachel Notley sticks to her fiscal guns at 'state of the province speech' | Nov 6 2015 | David J. Climenhaga | Alberta Premier rejects "immediate, massive, reckless cuts" proposed by the opposition and vows to stay the course on her government’s chosen role as economic shock absorber.
Naomi Klein Photo by Megan Devlin
Economy | Environment | Political Action | Naomi Klein to Trudeau: Welcome, now let's 'Leap' to work on the climate | Nov 6 2015 | Megan Devlin | Thousands gather in Vancouver to say that Naomi Klein and her Leap Manifesto have no time to wait on the new Liberal government for climate action.
Image: Flickr/Justin Trudeau
Elections | Feminism | A national child-care system: 'Because it's 2015' | Nov 6 2015 | Martha Friendly | A national child-care system, absolutely appropriate if for no other reason than simply: "because it's 2015."
Indigenous Rights | Trudeau, Hajdu and Bennett announce inquiry into our stolen sisters. When? | Nov 6 2015 | Doreen Nicoll | December 6, 2015 will be the 26 anniversary of the femicide of 14 young women at Montreal’s École Polytechnique. On this national day of mourning offer hope by announcing that the national inquiry in
Photo: John McCallum/flickr
Politics in Canada | In politics, smart is as smart does | Nov 6 2015 | Rick Salutin | The press, who are supposed to be smart, can't seem to stop talking about Justin Trudeau being not too bright. But a look at other leaders shows that intelligence in politics is constantly changing.
Rona Ambrose
Politics in Canada | Rona Ambrose, disciplined Harper loyalist, to lead the Opposition | Nov 6 2015 | David J. Climenhaga | Mainstream media seems anxious to present Rona Ambrose as an attractive and youthful yet conservative counterpoint to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Well, not so fast!
Delayne Weeks on gold mining, the Global South and making a difference.
World | Delayne Weeks on gold mining, the Global South and making a difference | Nov 6 2015 | Face2Face | Delayne talks about the gold mining, a better future for the extractive sector, social change, an ecology of commerce and making a difference in Cambodia.
Arts & Culture | Environment | Big Oil is destroying Canada's democracy and we must stop it | Nov 5 2015 | Lorna Stefanick, Meenal Shrivastava | Question: Does Alberta's and Canada's reliance on Big Oil affect our democracy? Answer: Um, yes.
Photo: flickr/ Sara Long
Economy | Elections | Politics in Canada | Whose interests will new finance minister Bill Morneau serve? | Nov 5 2015 | Daniel James Wright | Justin Trudeau and his Liberal government have been talking a lot about progressive ideas. But when Bill Morneau is the new finance minister, isn't it just the same old corporate elite in charge?
Photo: Matt Boulton/flickr
Economy | Elections | Labour | Politics in Canada | Progress and the battle of economic ideas in election 2015 | Nov 5 2015 | Jim Stanford | Did the median voter's views on economic issues change during the 2015 federal campaign? Or did the parties just carve up that terrain differently?