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Elections | Environment | The environment platforms of all federal parties amount to climate change denial | Oct 6 2015 | Roger Annis | The federal parties are more wedded to preserving the capitalist system of endless expansion than they are to speaking the truth about the climate crisis.
Image: Rosaura Ochoa/flickr
Elections | Politics in Canada | Technology | Social media gives a limited picture of political candidates | Oct 6 2015 | Stephen Kimber | Is it past time for a statute of limitations on social media stupidity? Or at least for a more nuanced understanding than what may have been expressed in the heat of a long-gone 140-character moment?
Environment | Food & Health | Lick the plate: The ecological and economic costs of food waste | Oct 6 2015 | David Suzuki | This Thanksgiving dinner, whether you’re vegan, vegetarian, carnivore, locavore or pescetarian, plan for a zero-food-waste meal.
Feminism | Treating porn like a drug addiction is no solution | Oct 6 2015 | Meghan Murphy | Men may well exhibit addictive behaviour, with regard to porn consumption, but will a drug treatment model help?
Food & Health | Politics in Canada | TPP: Profits before patients | Oct 6 2015 | Michael Butler | For Canadians, the TPP is another poison pill trade deal that patients are being forced to swallow.
US Politics | Pope Francis soft-pedals on U.S. militarism in address to Congress | Oct 6 2015 | Redeye Collective | Pope Francis called for an end to the international arms trade during his recent visit to the States but he didn't tell Congress to stop supporting U.S. aggression around the world.
Arts & Culture | Environment | Food & Health | radio book lounge: The accidental animal activist | Oct 5 2015 | Roshini Nair | A vacation that led to four years of extensive international research into animal husbandry.
Arts & Culture | Economy | Environment | Politics in Canada | After the Sands: How will Canada weather a low-carbon future? | Oct 5 2015 | Gordon Laxer | In this excerpt from his new book After the Sands, Gordon Laxer examines what Canadians need to know about ownership in Canada's energy industry.
Photo: Ma. Elena Sebastian
Civil Liberties Watch | Elections | Politics in Canada | Election 2015: Edmonton candidates pledge to reform Harper's immigration policies | Oct 5 2015 | Ethel Tungohan | The divisions between the Liberals, NDP and the Greens on immigration policies remain few, except when it comes to support for Bill C-51.
Civil Liberties Watch | Elections | Three reasons Bill C-51 should be an election issue | Oct 5 2015 | Alex Hemingway | Three key insights from Monia Mazigh's analysis of Bill C-51 should give us all pause about this unprecedented legislation.
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Economy | Elections | Closing small business tax loopholes | Oct 5 2015 | Seth Klein | Cutting small business taxes may make for good politics, but it's a policy with no economic merit.
Economy | TPP threatens Canadian food sovereignty | Oct 5 2015 | Redeye Collective | Trade ministers from 12 countries reached agreement yesterday on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, creating the largest trading bloc in the world. Canadian dairy farmers are big losers in the deal.
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Elections | Food & Health | We need national, universal pharmacare. Now. | Oct 5 2015 | Doreen Nicoll | When she stated, "when everything is free, our default is to take the easy way -- and demand things we don’t really need," I knew she was living in a world vastly different from Canadians.
Elections | Labour | Politics in Canada | The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Election SoundUp with Karl Nerenberg | Oct 5 2015 | Victoria Fenner | What the newly negotiated deal means for Stephen Harper's re-election chances.
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Environment | What's wrong with Site C | Oct 5 2015 | Marvin Shaffer | The fact is there has been no independently assessed business case or social benefit-cost justification of the government's plan to build Site C.