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Indigenous Rights | Political Action | Colonialism No More | May 25 2016 | Scott Neigh | Su Deranger and Robyn Pitawanakwat talk about Colonialism No More, an action in solidarity with Attawapiskat First Nation and #OccupyINAC that is ongoing in Regina, Saskatchewan.
Judy Rebick
Media Matters | rabble's 15-year history as a voice for new movements | May 25 2016 | Judy Rebick | is 15 years old this year. Founder Judy Rebick looks back at the early days of rabble and shares her views on rabble's role now and in the future to providing a voice for new movements.
Photo: Jimmy Emerson, DVM/flickr
Politics in Canada | Spring brings new growth in opposition to Nova Scotia's Liberals | May 25 2016 | Stephen Kimber | Perhaps the most intriguing news from Nova Scotia's Province House this spring has been the tentative flowering -- finally -- of a real opposition to the McNeil government.
Photo: Gage Skidmore/flickr
Anti-Racism | US Politics | Donald Trump: He can't win, can he? | May 24 2016 | Duncan Cameron | Most Canadians watching the U.S. presidential race were astonished to see Donald Trump emerge as serious contender for high office, let alone become the presumptive Republican nominee.
Photo: Matthew Behrens
Civil Liberties Watch | Politics in Canada | Victory: Jaballah secret trial security certificate found unreasonable | May 24 2016 | Matthew Behrens | In a major setback to a Liberal government still refusing to repeal the repressive Bill C-51, the Federal Court has found unreasonable the secret trial security certificate against Mahmoud Jaballah.
CommonCauses | Waste Wanted | May 24 2016 | Kelly Okamura | Textile waste expert Sabine Weber says your one sided sock and holey towel need a better place to end their life cycles than the landfill.
St. Albert, Alberta, Post Office
Economy | Labour | Politics in Canada | It's time for a national postal bank in both Canada and the United States | May 24 2016 | David J. Climenhaga | We now live in the 21st century, a digital age, and it's time to recognize access to fairly priced banking service as a human right.
Image: Behind the Numbers
Environment | Politics in Canada | Oil profits, pipelines and the human cost of regulatory capture | May 24 2016 | Bruce Campbell | Regulatory capture exists where regulation is routinely designed to benefit the private interest of the regulated industry at the expense of the public interest.
Environment | Feeding humanity in a warming world | May 24 2016 | David Suzuki | Agroecology appears to be a better way to feed humanity than doubling down on industrial agricultural, from many angles.
Feminism | Gaza | World | Palestinians sweep Manara awards for gender equality initiatives in Middle East | May 24 2016 | Yusur Al Bahrahni | Despite the challenges that Palestinian participants face, Palestinian women all came together to break the barriers of discrimination against women and gender inequality.
Photo: flickr/Tony Webster
Labour | Media Matters | Expectations low as Chronicle Herald workers prep for meeting with the company | May 24 2016 | Teuila Fuatai | After four months on strike, the Halifax Chronicle Herald newspaper company has agreed to meet with its striking workers on Friday. The workers' union states it doesn't have "high expectations."
Image: Amanda Taylor
LGBTIQ | Politics in Canada | After Census snub, Canada's trans community feels like it doesn't count | May 24 2016 | Albert Van Santvoort | Some members of the transgender community can't help but feel institutionally overlooked after the 2016 census failed to include options for transgender people.
Civil Liberties Watch | Food & Health | Politics in Canada | A matter of life and death: Legislating the right to die with dignity | May 23 2016 | Pat Kerwin | There should be better access to palliative care for people in their final days, but some will want to end the inevitable progress of a disease or condition. We should respect that decision.
Labour | World | International solidarity at the LabourStart Conference | May 23 2016 | Jiselle Hanna, Piergiorgio Moro | Labour updates of workers' struggles in the Asia-Pacific region and report-back on the Global Picketline concept and the LabourStart Conference.
Cover of The language of MA the primal mother: The evolution of the female image
Arts & Culture | Feminism | World | 'Demoting Venus': Archaeologists disagree about prehistoric female figurines | May 22 2016 | Mindy Ran | Was the Willendorf Venus pornography, portrait, or something else?