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Political Action | Politics in Canada | World | CIDA funds used to promote Canadian mining interests overseas | Dec 3 2016 | Redeye Collective | Yves Engler says the Canadian International Development Agency has been using public money to assist Canadian mining interests in Africa and Latin America. Yves Engler is author of Canada in Africa.
Critics says that Justin Trudeau is "disengaged" on nuclear weapons file
Politics in Canada | Justin Trudeau 'disengaged' on nuclear weapons file | Dec 3 2016 | Dennis Gruending | Canada has voted against a UN recommendation to launch negotiations aimed at prohibiting nuclear weapons. Critics say Justin Trudeau has not “engaged” in the issue.
Erin Heidenreich on 'Girl Unbound,' gender disparity, honesty, and inspiration
Arts & Culture | Erin Heidenreich on 'Girl Unbound,' gender disparity, honesty, and inspiration | Dec 2 2016 | Face2Face | Erin and Face2Face host David Peck talk about gender disparity, her new film "Girl Unbound," honesty, inspiration and where our perspective comes from.
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Arts & Culture | Food & Health | World class chefs turn food waste into culinary masterpieces for those in need | Dec 2 2016 | Doreen Nicoll | "Theatre of Life" brings homeless people, sex workers, refugees, drug addicts and common people together to break bread in a unique dining experience in Milan.
Image: 24 Hours/Carmine Marinelli
Civil Liberties Watch | World | Sweeping new surveillance legislation in U.K. could affect Canadians | Dec 2 2016 | Redeye Collective | The Investigatory Power Bill in Britain legalizes a range of tools for hacking and snooping unmatched anywhere in Europe. Once the bill becomes law, the pressure will be on Canada to harmonize.
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Economy | US Politics | World | Failure of democracy has many root causes | Dec 2 2016 | Rick Salutin | Politics is rife with failures of all kinds. Take for instance the failure of identity politics in the U.S. or the failure of political rights under Fidel Castro.
Image: Getty Images/Ramin Talaie
Elections | Politics in Canada | Confronting the neoliberal addiction to colonialism, consumption, and greed | Dec 2 2016 | Vanessa Brcic | The enculturation of fear and hatred helps people avoid confronting suffering with a veil of illusory self-protection.
Photo: Phil Roeder/flickr
Media Matters | US Politics | How corporate media failed democracy in the U.S. presidential election | Dec 2 2016 | Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | The U.S. media effectively iced out a major-party candidate who consistently held the largest rallies, even without a media megaphone, while it effectively made candidate Donald Trump.
Ken Noster
Politics in Canada | Wildrose defence of Christian home schooling group unravels on news of operators' big salaries | Dec 2 2016 | David J. Climenhaga | How the Wildrosers will try to spin these embarrassing circumstances to prove the private sector is always more efficient than the public sector remains to be seen.
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Politics in Canada | The new yokels of the Liberal party ridicule math and evidence in the House of Commons | Dec 2 2016 | J. Baglow | Remember Harper's war on science, data and reason? Looks like the "evidence-based" Liberals are giving us v.2.0.
US Politics | Weeks later, the global cost of electing Trump is still huge | Dec 2 2016 | Mel Watkins | How about a wall to keep the bearers of bad ideas out?
Image: Kyle Curlew
Anti-Racism | Education | Queen's history of white supremacy much longer than one racist party | Dec 1 2016 | Kyle Curlew | National controversy flared up after the revelation of pictures from a party held near Queen's University campus where students dressed in racist costumes. But the problem is much deeper.
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Civil Liberties Watch | Politics in Canada | Technology | Trump's election should prompt Canada to rethink its complicity with U.S. mass surveillance | Dec 1 2016 | David Christopher, Digital Freedom Update | With Donald Trump's ascension to power imminent, Canada cannot afford to continue allowing government agencies to routinely hand over our private information to the U.S. government.
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Environment | US Politics | Trump's dangerous climate policy puts our whole world in peril | Dec 1 2016 | Naomi Klein | If Trump does what he says and rolls back the (insufficient) climate progress won under Obama, it will mean the end of the world for island nations like Kiribati.
Chris Schwarz/Government of Alberta
Environment | Indigenous Rights | Politics in Canada | Poor protection of waterways paved the path for Trudeau's pipeline approvals | Dec 1 2016 | Brent Patterson | The Harper government gutted the former Navigable Waters Protection Act and other environmental protections in 2012, which paved the way for major energy project approvals.