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In Cahoots:

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News from Elsewhere & Sites we like:

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Economy | Environment | Indigenous Rights | Labour | Political Action | On July 5th, Get involved in the March for Jobs, Justice and the Planet | Jul 1 2015 | Learn how the contigents are organized, volunteer to help, carry the torch for Climate Justice...get involved!
Economy | Food & Health | Labour | ROC United's Diner's Guide and EthicalConsumer.org | Jul 1 2015 | New tools to help you spend your money supporting organizations that support your values
Economy | World | How does it feel to land in Athens on the Greek default day? | Jul 1 2015 | Raluca Bejan | Democracy is finally coming. And we are lucky enough to witness it.
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Economy | Environment | Labour | Political Action | July 4th: National Day of Action for Jobs Justice and Climate | Jul 1 2015 | Join actions in cites across Canada to call for climate change
Feminism | Politics in Canada | This October, vote for a national action plan to prevent violence against women | Jul 1 2015 | Doreen Nicoll | Gender inequality remains the root cause of violence against women. What can we do to end violence against women?
Photo: Amber Case/flickr
Food & Health | Technology | Health care's complicated relationship with technology | Jul 1 2015 | Wayne MacPhail | Here's a quick, amateur medical diagnosis: the health-care system is ailing when it comes to technology.
Gaza | Indigenous Rights | World | Watch: Robert Lovelace on colonialism in Canada and Israel | Jul 1 2015 | Canadian Boat to Gaza | In this interview, Robert Lovelace speaks about the commonalities between the colonialism of Canada and Israel.
Drummers during Blanket Exercise at Parliament Hill
Indigenous Rights | The Canadians we can become | Jul 1 2015 | Jennifer Henry | On this day, when Canadians gather to celebrate our country, I will place my pride not in who we are, but in who we can become.
Joe Ceci
NDP | Politics in Canada | Happy Canada Day: Alberta has an extra billion, which was good luck for the NDP | Jul 1 2015 | David J. Climenhaga | As NDP Finance Minister Joe Ceci said of an Alberta government annual report yesterday, an extra $1 billion sure isn't going to hurt.
Image: Twitter/@WhiteHouse
Anti-Racism | Slavery and racism is easy to rationalize if you dehumanize an entire people | Jun 30 2015 | Gerry Caplan | "If there be an object truly ridiculous in nature, it is an American patriot signing resolutions of independency with the one hand, and with the other brandishing a whip over his affrighted slaves."
Image: Flickr/Katie Tegtmeyer
Arts & Culture | Feminism | Latest exercise in vocabulary shaming once again tells women they're talking all wrong | Jun 30 2015 | Michael Stewart | The unstated assumption in the long history of grammatical policing is that women are always in the wrong and the status quo is right. Women, the monolithic group, should write like men.
Civil Liberties Watch | Elections | Politics in Canada | The Liberals proved their passion for 'democratic reform' with Bill C-51 | Jun 30 2015 | Scott Vrooman | If the Liberals were serious about Canadian democracy, they wouldn't have supported the radical, regressive democratic reform of Bill C-51.
Photo: SFriedbergPhoto/flickr
Economy | Education | Why is Nova Scotia making it harder to keep the graduates it needs? | Jun 30 2015 | Stephen Kimber | It's not enough to identify Nova Scotia's student retention problem. The focus should be on solving it -- figuring out how to lure more university students to enroll and/or stay in the province.
Photo: flickr/Dennis Jarvis
Economy | Elections | Political Action | World | As negotiations continue for Greece: why you need to understand the Delphi Declaration | Jun 30 2015 | Michael Hudson | As we watch the news of a last-minute deal, Michael Hudson reflects on what Greece might achieve and the Delphi Declaration.
Photo: EU Council Eurozone/flickr
Economy | World | A gang of wolves comes for Greece | Jun 30 2015 | Duncan Cameron | Syriza represented a challenge to the prevailing European economic model, so it had to be stopped. The German grand coalition government has decided to teach Greece a lesson.