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Photo: Provincial Archives of Alberta, J4488.13 via Government of Alberta/flickr
Politics in Canada | When then was 'Now!' Marking the day Peter Lougheed moved Alberta dramatically to the left | Aug 30 2016 | David J. Climenhaga | It is hard to imagine that any of today's right-wing Alberta political parties would have much sympathy with Peter Lougheed's program, or indeed Lougheed himself.
The Strange Wax Cylinders of Thaddeus Barnes - image of Edison wax cylinder play
Arts & Culture | Episode Two - The Strange Wax Cylinders of Thaddeus Barnes | Aug 29 2016 | Harrowsmith Now | A rollicking Canadian steampunk adventure and a companion to the Harrowsmith Now treasure hunt, The Strange Copper Cylinders of Thaddeus Barnes
Economy | Environment | Politics in Canada | Government captured: Selling YOU out | Aug 29 2016 | Daryn Caister | Ontario could sell its water to Nestle for $3.71 per million litres. Husky Energy disaster in Saskatchewan, and an update on Dakota Access Pipeline. BC's new 'Carbon Plan' ripped apart.
Labour | Postal workers postpone planned strike action for 24 hours | Aug 29 2016 | Teuila Fuatai | The Canadian Union of Postal Workers extended its strike deadline at 11 p.m. last night as negotiations continue with Crown mediator William Kaplan.
Brian Jean
Politics in Canada | Wildrose leader's public spat with the mayor of Montreal may not help, but it's likely to continue | Aug 29 2016 | David J. Climenhaga | A feud with a prominent Quebec politician may work for Alberta's conservatives if it encourages the NDP's campaign to win social license for pipelines fails.
World | The ongoing crisis for the uprising in Syria and solidarity | Aug 29 2016 | Jiselle Hanna | Labour updates from the Asia Pacific region and interview with Syrian activist on the ongoing crisis in Syria.
Arts & Culture | Media Matters | Political Action | Politics in Canada | How should Canada support Canadian content? | Aug 28 2016 | We can do more than export of cute cat pictures.
CommonCauses | Labour | Political Action | Politics in Canada | Help reinvent Canada Post | Aug 28 2016 | Instead of cuts, imagine a new future
Economy | Labour | World | Immigrants send gifts across borders | Aug 28 2016 | Frieda Werden | This 2004 talk from Maria Jimenez on how immigrants sustain their home communities remains relevant today.
Environment | Indigenous Rights | US Politics | Support the Sacred Stone Camp | Aug 28 2016 | They are standing up to stop the Dakota pipeline. Support them here.
Feminism | Good News | Women's Habitat shelter celebrates kitchen and programming expansions | Aug 28 2016 | Doreen Nicoll | Women’s Habitat opened its doors in Etobicoke in 1978. Since then, this emergency shelter has been busy expanding the essential ways it helps women and children.
Indigenous Rights | Colten Boushie shooting in Saskatchewan fuels racist backlash | Aug 28 2016 | Dennis Gruending | The shooting in Saskatchewan of Colten Boushie, a young Cree man, has fuelled a racist backlash on social media.
Photo: Flickr / uniforcanada
Labour | Jerry Dias reflects on Unifor's first three years | Aug 28 2016 | H.G Watson | Unifor completed it its second national convention since its founding in 2013. H.G. Watson caught up with President Jerry Dias to reflect on the past three years.
Arts & Culture | Joan Haggerty's new novel is a West Coast family saga | Aug 27 2016 | Redeye Collective | A new novel by novelist and Bowen Island resident Joan Haggerty follows four families, including one Japanese family, through the tumultuous years of the Second World War and beyond.
Stephen Harper
Politics in Canada | Stephen Harper quits his day job, sets up 'international' consultancy -- brace for trouble! | Aug 27 2016 | David J. Climenhaga | It's a pity, really, there's so little for former PMs in this country to do after they leave office other than collect their generous Parliamentary pensions.