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Rachel Notley, May 5, 2015
NDP | Politics in Canada | Fort Mac fire overshadows an earthshaking political anniversary -- the NDP's election one year ago today | May 5 2016 | David J. Climenhaga | Recognition of Alberta's unexpected and historically earthshaking Cinco de Mayo moment is bound to be muted today in the wake of the continuing fire catastrophe in Fort McMurray.
Anti-Racism | Putting Black faces on our money won't paper over systemic racism | May 4 2016 | Rinaldo Walcott | Representation in its basest sense has come to stand in place for actual change when no change is happening at all.
Photo: Luca Boldrini/flickr
Arts & Culture | Technology | An elegy for computer languages past | May 4 2016 | Wayne MacPhail | A new TV show about the early days of the personal computer revolution evokes memories of Commodore 64s and the last time amateurs could bend a modern graphic user interface computer to their will.
Arts & Culture | New cheerleading doc subverts convention and celebrates failure | May 4 2016 | Laura Brightwell | Canadian documentary finds that, win or lose, redemption can be found in the everyday trials and joys of life.
Civil Liberties Watch | Politics in Canada | Are Trudeau's promised reforms to Bill C-51 ever coming? | May 4 2016 | Carter Vance | The Liberals promised to "swiftly" reform Stephen Harper's dangerous surveillance bill, C-51. How long do we have to wait?
CommonCauses | Education | Labour | Voices of Experience: Diversity and leadership | May 4 2016 | Victoria Fenner | Voices of Experience is a panel put together by Ryerson University's Equity, Diversity and Accessibility Office, Career Centre and Student Life organization.
Image: Calgary Homeless Foundation
Economy | Environment | Politics in Canada | Ten things to know about the 2016 Alberta budget | May 4 2016 | Nick Falvo | On April 14, the Alberta government tabled its 2016-17 budget: Alberta Jobs Plan. Here are 10 things to know about it.
Image: Flickr/Province of British Columbia
Education | When school boards take a stand against devastating funding cuts, parents must follow suit | May 4 2016 | Sarah Miller | Some B.C. school boards are finally deciding to take a stand against devastating funding cuts doled out yearly that are destroying our public education system.
Photo: Loozrboy/flickr
Elections | Labour | Politics in Canada | What change will Manitoba's new PC government bring? Four policy areas to watch | May 4 2016 | Molly McCracken | The recently elected Progressive Conservative (PC) party in Manitoba ran on a call for change. While there are many policy areas to monitor, here are four to watch as they begin their mandate.
Photo: jasonwoodhead23/flickr
Environment | Evacuation order issued for Fort McMurray as wildfire threatens area | May 4 2016 | Brent Patterson | A huge wildfire in Fort McMurray, Alta., destroyed an entire neighbourhood and burned homes and businesses in several others Tuesday, and continues to rage out of control.
Image: Facebook/Pete Potipcoe
Environment | Political Action | The politics of 'too soon' rarely apply to the rich and powerful | May 4 2016 | Nora Loreto | Fires raging in and around Fort McMurray have polarized some progressives who want to talk about climate change and others who argue that it's much too soon.
Feminism | #WeBelieveSurvivors: Challenging rape culture after the Ghomeshi case | May 4 2016 | Scott Neigh | Erin Crickett talks about supporting survivors of sexual violence and challenging rape culture, beyond legal system reform.
Photo: Facebook/Raz Dee
Political Action | Here's how you can help as the Fort McMurray fires continue to rage (updated) | May 4 2016 | Mercedes Allen | Our thoughts are with everyone who has evacuated the region.
Image: Wikimedia Commons
Politics in Canada | Climate change, not terrorism, is the world's biggest threat | May 4 2016 | Gerry Caplan | The stats don't lie. So why don't our policies reflect them?
Once Africville, now Seaview dog park. Photo: Spacing Magazine/flickr
Anti-Racism | Nova Scotia has a race problem | May 3 2016 | Stephen Kimber | We like to believe the bad old days are now historic artifacts to be mea culpa-ed during African Nova Scotia Month each year. The reality is we have never fully escaped our history.