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Environment | Putting a climate lens on infrastructure spending | Dec 26 2016 | Redeye Collective | The Liberal government passed a private member's bill giving funding priority to green infrastructure projects. Eric Doherty say this could mean tens of billions of dollars more for public transit.
US Politics | Activist art needed more than ever as we head into Trump's presidency | Dec 26 2016 | Gerry Caplan | How artists will respond to the Trump era is hard to predict, but their voices are essential to the battles that Trump seems intent on waging on American democracy.
Environment | Labour | Unpacking Kinder Morgan's employment promises | Dec 24 2016 | Marc Lee | Assumptions regarding the economic benefits of the Trans Mountain expansion lead to exaggerated numbers that are simply too good to be true.
Image: Wikimedia Commons/John Clark
Indigenous Rights | Water is life language project | Dec 24 2016 | Krystalline Kraus | This project showcases 84 different ways to say "water is life."
Media Matters | The transformation of Canada's media landscape | Dec 24 2016 | Redeye Collective | Ian Gill, a former editor at the Vancouver Sun, and Marc Edge, journalism educator and media critic, address the present and future state of Canadian media in talks recorded in Vancouver on Nov 29.
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Politics in Canada | Santa has presents for everyone in Alberta this year, regardless of political orientation | Dec 24 2016 | David J. Climenhaga | There's something for everyone in Alberta’s political news this Yuletide, Dear Readers, polls and lawsuits!
Photo: twbuckner/Wikimedia Commons
Anti-Racism | LGBTIQ | US Politics | North Carolina Republicans provoke political firestorm with attacks on democracy | Dec 23 2016 | Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | Whereas President Barack Obama is honouring the tradition of the peaceful transfer of power, North Carolina Republicans are taking a different path.
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Anti-Racism | Civil Liberties Watch | How to talk about race over the holidays | Dec 23 2016 | We all have that moment during the holidays, and smiling politely is no longer an option.
Photo: Rosemary Gilliat Eaton/Library and Archives Canada/flickr
Arts & Culture | World | Culture is the last great British export | Dec 23 2016 | Rick Salutin | England used to be the heart of the world's ruling empire. It imposed its self-serving version of "peace" everywhere. Nothing's left now but culture.
Image: Wikimedia Commons/Ingolfson
Environment | Labour | Car-centric landscape, not tolls, harm the poor | Dec 23 2016 | Yves Engler | Structuring transport and urban landscapes around the private auto entrenches class and wealth divisions and negatively impacts poor people.
Fracking the Bakken Formation in North Dakota
Environment | Food & Health | Indigenous Rights | US Politics | US EPA finds that fracking can have a major impact on the quality of water | Dec 23 2016 | Final report is a useful tool for those of us fighting against fracking
Photo: Steph Wechsler
Environment | Indigenous Rights | Politics in Canada | World | Capturing this turbulent year: 16 stories of 2016 | Dec 23 2016 | Miriam Katawazi | It was a turbulent year for Canada and the rest of the world. Read's top picks for 2016 that encapsulate the year.
Photo: Chaoyue 超越 PAN 潘/flickr
Media Matters | World | There are good reasons to question everything we're being told about Syria | Dec 23 2016 | Shenaz Kermalli | There are no good guys in this war. But that doesn't mean that we shouldn't hear both sides of the story.
Image: Wikimedia Commons
Politics in Canada | 14 times we were right when everyone else was wrong in 2016 | Dec 23 2016 | Michael Stewart | Let's face it: the left is right A LOT. Here are 14 times this year we got to say "I told you so."
Photo: PASCAL.VANDON/flickr
US Politics | Building solidarity to out-trump Trump | Dec 23 2016 | Krystalline Kraus | I believe we must be vigilant in showing real solidarity -- for example, volunteering with No One Is Illegal.