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Politics in Canada | In Flanders Fields? It's time to encourage another generation of school kids to read some better poems from the Great War | Nov 11 2015 | David J. Climenhaga | The end of the most jingoistic decade in recent Canadian history may be a good time to remember that more than one poem sprang up from the bloody fields of Flanders.
Arts & Culture | Indigenous Rights | Political Action | Stepping toward reconciliation: On attending Walking With Our Sisters | Nov 10 2015 | Ferrukh Faruqui | Walking with Our Sisters is a powerful commemorative art installation for the missing and murdered indigenous women of Canada and the USA.
Civil Liberties Watch | Political Action | Politics in Canada | It's time for Trudeau to talk with Canadians about C-51 | Nov 10 2015 | Laura Tribe | The new government should consult widely before introducing its proposed reforms.
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Economy | Politics in Canada | Does Justin know? The virus that invaded the body of Liberal thought is still there | Nov 10 2015 | Duncan Cameron | Young Canadians looking for change now find an apologist for the status quo is the new Liberal finance minister.
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Indigenous Rights | Political Action | On the third anniversary of Idle No More | Nov 10 2015 | rabble staff | Idle No More continues. Join the movement.
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Labour | Politics in Canada | After the Trudeau honeymoon, labour faces its biggest challenge in decades | Nov 10 2015 | Nora Loreto | Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addressed the Canada Council of the Canadian Labour Congress today. It was the first time a prime minister addressed the CLC since 1958, when John Diefenbaker addressed t
Vancouver Province newspaper strike, 1946 -- City of Vancouver Archives
Media Matters | Are we seeing the death of newspapers? | Nov 10 2015 | John Miller | The industry isn't sustainable. Worse: We might not like what replaces ink on paper.
Politics in Canada | Canada must intervene in France's weak case against Hassan Diab | Nov 10 2015 | Gerry Caplan | The essential story is simple. Diab was born in Lebanon and holds Lebanese and Canadian citizenship. At the moment, he remains behind bars in France with little evidence of his guilt.
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Politics in Canada | 'Sunshine lists' are lousy public policy and a serious invasion of privacy | Nov 10 2015 | David J. Climenhaga | Yeah, I get it. Sunshine lists are politically irresistible, regardless of where you're located in the political spectrum. But they're still bad policy.
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Politics in Canada | Nova Scotia premier should have fired Andrew Younger much sooner | Nov 10 2015 | Stephen Kimber | On Wednesday, Younger, the province's environment minister, abused his parliamentary privilege to avoid testifying at the trial of a woman accused of assaulting him.
Economy | Saint John opts for Spanish company for its P3 drinking water system | Nov 9 2015 | Brent Patterson | Saint John city council is moving ahead with a public-private partnership (P3) for a new 100 million litre per day drinking water treatment plant.
Elections | Political Action | Politics in Canada | Tragedy of errors: The NDP seeks answers, asks the wrong question | Nov 9 2015 | Marc Zwelling | An election lookback -- what the NDP should have done and what they can do now to energize Canadian progressives.
Feminism | Food & Health | Milk -- A documentary about birth and breastfeeding | Nov 9 2015 | Meghan Murphy | Meghan Murphy speaks with director, Noemi Weis, about her new film, Milk.
Food & Health | Being Mortal: Examining our ideas about living and dying | Nov 9 2015 | Pat Kerwin, Retiree Matters | Death used to be a regular feature of everyday life, but today in Canada, it's largely reserved for old age or unexpected events. How can ensure that well-being extends to the last chapters of life?
Gaza | No honour or hope in Hasbara | Nov 9 2015 | Samuel B. Halévy | Dismissing groups that seek justice of an oppressed people as "hate" and "spouting vicious lies" further misdirects that same vilification toward those who aren't willing to understand the other side.