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Politics in Canada | Justin Trudeau's f-bomb and authenticity in politics | Apr 4 2014 | Rick Salutin | There's much to learn from Justin Trudeau's brief moment of obscenity at a charity boxing gala last weekend about politics and the skills that make for an effective politician.
Jim Dinning
Politics in Canada | Tales from the Alberta Tory crypt: Apres Alison le deluge | Apr 4 2014 | David J. Climenhaga | Every day the list of promising leadership prospects no longer interested in becoming the last Progressive Conservative premier in Alberta history gets longer.
Arts & Culture | Politics in Canada | 'Crazy Town': Doolittle does a lot with Rob Ford's story | Apr 3 2014 | Heather Morgan | The life and times of Rob Ford written by incredible reporter Robyn Doolittle. What more can we say?
Photo: flickr/2010 United Way Labour Campaign Breakfast" by United Way of the Lo
Civil Liberties Watch | Labour | Jim Sinclair: 'We support the rights of migrant workers in B.C.' | Apr 3 2014 | Jim Sinclair | Jim Sinclair, President of B.C. Federation of Labour, responds to the issue of supporting Temporary Foreign Workers and migrant workers' rights in B.C. and states that BCFED supports these workers.
Photo: flickr/Anita Hart
Economy | Media Matters | Follow the Money, Part 2 -- Barrick Gold's Peter Munk | Apr 3 2014 | Donald Gutstein | Barrick Gold's retiring chairman Peter Munk has pumped millions into support for the unfettered free market.
Elections | 'Fair elections' and ending impartial voter drives | Apr 3 2014 | Mercedes Allen | What's more jaw-dropping is the Harper government's position: that it was important to end impartial voter drives in favour of clearly partisan ones.
Environment | London, Ont. unleashes a 30-foot black snake at the Forks of the Thames | Apr 3 2014 | Michael Butler | This week, the London Chapter of the Council of Canadians took matters into their own hands and demanded action on the major threat Line 9 poses to hundreds of communities across Ontario and Quebec.
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Environment | US Politics | IPCC report: Take action on climate change to prevent a grim future | Apr 3 2014 | Amy Goodman | The world's leading group of climate-change experts, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, has issued its latest report, and the prognosis is not good.
Environment | Food & Health | 'I meant to do that': Local community shuts down Goldcorp's Los Filos mine, company claims it was suspended on purpose | Apr 3 2014 | Jennifer Moore | Goldcorp’s announcement Wednesday that it is suspending operations at its Los Filos mine in Mexico is a belated and misleading admission.
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Environment | Political Action | Does Earth Hour actually produce environmental change? | Apr 3 2014 | Nick Fillmore | What are the pros and cons of Earth Hour? Organizers say the event is celebrated by 'millions' of people. Even if this is true, is it actually increasing awareness and 'saving' on electricity?
Environment | Political Action | Climate change page | Apr 3 2014 | The Guardian's resource for all things climate change.
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Environment | Politics in Canada | Lickspittle Harper government helps Big Oil sabotage climate action | Apr 3 2014 | Linda McQuaig | Discussing the world's failure to tackle climate change, psychologist and death denial theorist Sheldon Solomon suggested it's because we're in death denial and busy distracting ourselves.
Feminism | Food & Health | Political Action | Youth Activist Toolkit | Apr 3 2014 | A toolkit for young people advocating for sexual education and reproductive health choices/resources
Dr. Ciaran McNamee
Food & Health | Politics in Canada | A persistent mystery: Why do Alberta patients still face long waits for lung surgery? | Apr 3 2014 | David J. Climenhaga | Serious, life-threatening delays in lung surgeries were a problem in Alberta in the 1990s. They still are. Is there a connection between what happened then and is happening now?
Food & Health | Labour | Bill 37: Taking away the voice of health-care workers in Nova Scotia | Apr 3 2014 | Adrienne Silnicki | This week, the Nova Scotia government is in the process of passing essential services legislation, Bill 37, that would restrict the right of all health-care workers from striking.