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Civil Liberties Watch | Political Action | Politics in Canada | Laura Tribe testifying at C-51 public hearings in Vancouver | Oct 20 2016 | Marie Aspiazu | OpenMedia's Executive Director testified at yesterday's C-51 public hearings in Vancouver on behalf of 300,000+ Canadians who have spoken out against the unpopular Harper legislation.
Photo: Paul Sableman/flickr
Economy | Labour | Boosting minimum wages, boosting the economy from the bottom up | Oct 20 2016 | Armine Yalnizyan | Boost the minimum wage and you boost the economy, from the bottom up. Here's why we should be raising the roof about the benefits of raising the wage floor.
Economy | Political Action | Politics in Canada | Our last chance to knock down the TPP is here, let's seize it! | Oct 20 2016 | Marie Aspiazu | The clock is ticking as the government's public consultations on the TPP close on October 31, so it’s never been more important that all Canadians stand together to knock down the worst trade deal
Image: Flickr/Ted Eytan
Education | LGBTIQ | On Jordan Peterson's political correctness and the 'radical left' | Oct 20 2016 | Raluca Bejan | If claims for equality, diversity and 'that kind of thing' are ideological, so is the position of ignoring them.
I'm Voting For The Peel - door hanger
Elections | Politics in Canada | Yukon political debates and other vicious sports | Oct 20 2016 | Lewis Rifkind | The Yukon 2016 territorial election is well underway. Voting day is Nov. 7, but first there is an almost endless series of debates, forums and discussions.
Image: PMO/Adam ScottiImage: PMO/Adam Scotti
Environment | Politics in Canada | World | A look at the Trudeau Liberals a year after the election | Oct 20 2016 | Brent Patterson | One year ago on Wednesday, the Trudeau Liberals were swept to power when they won 184 seats in the House of Commons with the promise of "real change."
Photo of Amy Goodman by Aditya Ganapathiraju/flickr
Environment | Indigenous Rights | Media Matters | Amy Goodman's arrest puts fierce spotlight on standoff at Standing Rock | Oct 20 2016 | Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | Attempts to criminalize nonviolent land and water defenders, humiliate them and arrest journalists should not pave the way for the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline.
Rachel Notley
Politics in Canada | Alberta right now: The state of the province, its parties and its oil after one year without Stephen Harper | Oct 20 2016 | David J. Climenhaga | Forget about uniting the right for the moment. Maybe it's time to start talking about uniting the left again!
Image: Facebook/Kellie Leitch
Politics in Canada | Conservative leadership slate pretty uninspiring -- but at least there's no Donald Trump | Oct 20 2016 | Gerry Caplan | More than half of respondents in a recent poll said they would prefer "someone else" rather than the eight names it tested.
Politics in Canada | 'The Picture of Justin Trudeau': One year later, Liberals still masters of the façade | Oct 20 2016 | J. Baglow | A year later, and the Conservative government's agenda has accelerated. But Justin remains as popular as ever -- and strangely ageless.
Politics in Canada | Can Trudeau get away with killing electoral reform? | Oct 20 2016 | Karl Nerenberg | While the PM has not said he is ditching his electoral reform promise, he has taken a big step back from it. But is the voting system a matter about which the public is blissfully indifferent?
Technology | 'Storming the Digital Divide' illustrates how PovNet made the Internet accessible | Oct 20 2016 | Redeye Collective | PovNet was born out of a meeting of anti-poverty activists in 1997 who wanted to make the Internet accessible to all. A new comic book tells the story of this unique online resource.
Photo: Crystal radio ad/Wikimedia Commons
Arts & Culture | Technology | Technology and the knowledge of dissatisfaction | Oct 19 2016 | Wayne MacPhail | Sometimes it feels like our technical knowledge has smeared us, like a palette knife, across an unfortunate expanse of time.
Photo: Jimmy Emerson, DVM/flickr
Elections | Politics in Canada | Halifax has a new city council. Now what? | Oct 19 2016 | Stephen Kimber | With this year's municipal elections history, the question becomes: what should our new-old council do first?
Image: Wikimedia Commons/Foerster
Environment | Food & Health | Food security is important for humans and other animals | Oct 19 2016 | David Suzuki | Globally, social justice organizations such as Oxfam note that human hunger is not and need never be inevitable. It's caused by poverty and inequality, not scarcity.