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Economy | Environment | Politics in Canada | Rachel Notley asks Justin Trudeau to show leadership | Apr 26 2016 | Duncan Cameron | Rachel Notley wants to know why "we're acting like a bunch of villages as opposed to a nation." There is a leadership role for Ottawa and Justin Trudeau needs to recognize it.
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Environment | US Politics | Why Hillary Clinton will never confront the fossil fuel industry | Apr 26 2016 | Naomi Klein | While Clinton is great at warring with Republicans, taking on powerful corporations goes against her entire worldview, against everything she's built, and everything she stands for.
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Environment | Food & Health | A healthy biosphere means healthier humans | Apr 26 2016 | David Suzuki | Fitness increases your chances of staying well, but it's not a guarantee. We still have much to learn about the ways in which genetics and environmental conditions affect health.
The Leap Manifesto
Environment | Politics in Canada | Misunderstanding the Leap, critics fall flat | Apr 26 2016 | Christopher Majka | The Leap Manifesto presents a transformative political vision to address the defining social, economic, political and environmental issues of our times. Why have some critics failed to understand it?
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Food & Health | Politics in Canada | Fighting against for-profit blood collection in Nova Scotia | Apr 26 2016 | Tori Ball | The introduction of private clinics with a paid donor erodes our public health-care system, opening the door to increased commercialization and privatization of Canada's blood supply.
Food & Health | Liberals' assisted dying bill is nothing short of a cop-out | Apr 26 2016 | Bonnie Burstow | Our assisted dying bill is not compatible with the Supreme Court ruling. We need to push for compatibility, including with respect to those where most Canadians draw the line.
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Media Matters | Politics in Canada | Shakeup? Lobby firms launch new publications to compete in a previously comfortable niche under the dome | Apr 26 2016 | David J. Climenhaga | These new publications have the potential to upset the applecart for the folks who used to have this business to themselves.
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Media Matters | The Globe and Mail's problem goes much deeper than Margaret Wente | Apr 26 2016 | John Miller | Her plagiarism is the least of The Globe and Mail's problems. The rot goes to the top.
The Future Of Green - Special 500th Episode Edition
Economy | Environment | Political Action | The future of green: Special 500th episode edition | Apr 25 2016 | Daryn Caister | Our guest this week is show regular Tim Nash the Sustainable Economist, who joins us to talk about his groundbreaking research into global green investment.
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Education | How to privatize a public education system | Apr 25 2016 | Lizanne Foster | You will need the help of politicians. This is easy to obtain since they are always looking for donations for their election campaigns. Spending a few million will reap rewards 10 times over.
Education | Environment | Students across Canada are urging divestment from fossil fuels. Here's how you can help | Apr 25 2016 | Scott Vrooman | An explainer on divestment and how you can help.
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Environment | If the B.C. NDP wants to win next election, it should get ready to Leap | Apr 25 2016 | Rafe Mair | If the B.C. NDP want any chance of winning the next election, they better get on the right side of history and embrace the Leap Manifesto, argues Rafe Mair.
Mike Duffy
Politics in Canada | Same old, same old at the CPC: The Conservative boss hasn't changed -- and he may even be the same guy | Apr 25 2016 | David J. Climenhaga | Sure sounds as if the Conservative strategy going forward will be the same old, same old: deny, smear, wedge, manipulate, deny.
Asra Nomani outside her childhood mosque, where sex segregation was imposed when
Feminism | World | Saving Islam for women | Apr 24 2016 | Melinda Tuhus | An American Muslim feminist's campaign to reclaim women's place.
Arts & Culture | A thought for Will Shakespeare on the 23rd of April, 2016 | Apr 23 2016 | David J. Climenhaga | Today we mark the death of Shakespeare, Will: As he did, each of us must pay the bill…