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Donna Wilson
Politics in Canada | NDP and Liberal candidates in Edmonton by-election have similar appeal | Oct 2 2014 | David J. Climenhaga | Once again, it could be argued, the inability of Liberals and New Democrats to agree on anything except 90 per cent of their platforms will help a Conservative into power.
Photo: Flickr/Centre for American Progress
Anti-Racism | Environment | Labour | Political Action | Interview: Van Jones on green jobs and labour politics | Oct 1 2014 | Claudio D'Andrea | Van Jones will be in Toronto talking Green Jobs this weekend. He took time to talk with rabble.ca about Labour and Green jobs. Here's that conversation.
Civil Liberties Watch | Political Action | Politics in Canada | Oh Peter, again with the spying? #forserious | Oct 1 2014 | Eva Prkachin | Canadians spoke out in huge numbers against Bill C-13. Then the Supreme Court ruled parts of the Bill unconstitutional. But don’t expect a little thing like that to stop Peter MacKay and his governmen
Photo: Tania Liu/flickr
Economy | Labour | A number is never just a number: Good jobs, bad jobs | Oct 1 2014 | Hennessy's Index | There's been a steady decline in the number of quality jobs in Canada since the late-1980s, a reflection of the rise in part-time jobs and self-employment as well as lower pay.
Economy | Good News | Labour | Follow the Good Jobs Summit live on rabble.ca October 3-5 | Oct 1 2014 | rabble staff | Unifor's Good Job Summit is taking place in Toronto October 3-5. Follow rabble's live blog and audio coverage of the historic week-end.
Elections | Feminism | Food & Health | Meet the group that put abortion access back on the New Brunswick agenda | Oct 1 2014 | Scott Neigh | Kathleen Pye talks about Reproductive Justice New Brunswick's success at making access to abortion a key issue in the recent provincial election.
Photo: Crustmania/ CC by 2.0
Environment | Canada is now the world's leading 'deforestation nation' | Oct 1 2014 | Stephen Leahy | The world's last remaining forest wilderness is rapidly being lost -- and much of this is taking place in Canada, not in Brazil or Indonesia where deforestation has so far made the headlines.
Indigenous Rights | Douglas Cardinal speaks out against plans to build condos on sacred site | Oct 1 2014 | Greg Macdougall | Speak out against the plan to build condos on scared Algonquin land.
Image: Flickr/University of Saskatchewan
Media Matters | Politics in Canada | Sun Media -- not its squalid commentator Ezra Levant -- is the problem | Oct 1 2014 | David J. Climenhaga | Don't expect commentator Ezra Levant to act any differently, or Sun Media to do anything more about it except issue meaningless apologies, in future.
Photo: flickr/Seth Anderson
Media Matters | Technology | CRTC vs. Netflix: Who will win this fight? | Oct 1 2014 | Michael Geist | Has the CRTC started a fight it can't win? Possibly. It looks like threats of new regulation won't scare Netflix into submission.
NDP | Politics in Canada | NDP loses vote to make Parliament more relevant, but wins battle for public opinion | Oct 1 2014 | Karl Nerenberg | The Conservatives voted down an NDP motion that would have given the Speaker the authority to compel government MPs to stick to the subject in QP. NDP loss -- what about the impact on public opinion?
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Politics in Canada | Harper government appeals reinstatement of refugee health program | Oct 1 2014 | Karl Nerenberg | In July the Federal Court overturned the Harper government's decision to cut health care for refugees. The Conservatives said they would appeal then did nothing. They moved quietly at the last minute.
Photo: flickr/Evan
Arts & Culture | Gaza | Media Matters | Technology | World | Photographer decries doctored image of Gaza protest | Sep 30 2014 | Miriam Katawazi | What does it mean when a photograph is altered. What if the changed image is widely shared? How can photojournalists protect their work?
Arts & Culture | Environment | Indigenous Rights | GroundWire | September 29, 2014: Walking With Our Sisters, human rights museum, People's Climate March | Sep 30 2014 | GroundWire | This week's episode of Groundwire features stories about the Walking With Our Sisters exhibit, human rights museum, People's Climate March and more.
Arts & Culture | Feminism | No Middle Road: Feminist writer Ninotchka Rosca on prostitution, feminism, art, and social transformation | Sep 30 2014 | Andrew Sayo, Charlene Sayo, Eirene Cloma | Public intellectual, feminist and award-winning writer, Ninotchka Rosca, discusses why mediocrity has no place in social transformation movements and more!