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Civil Liberties Watch | Gaza | Labour | Politics in Canada | From a Middle East trip to temporary foreign workers -- Looking back at 2014 | Dec 10 2014 | Karl Nerenberg | January to June, 2014: Harper embraces Netanyahu: Poilievre pushes an oxymoron; Flaherty resigns, dies suddenly a month later; Courts defy Harper; Kenney comes to the 'rescue' on guest workers.
Economy | NDP | Politics in Canada | Mulcair says EU shouldn't support CETA if investor-state provision included | Dec 10 2014 | Brent Patterson | NDP leader Thomas Mulcair says that the European Union shouldn't support the Canada-EU Economic and Trade Agreement if it includes an investor-state dispute settlement provision.
Photo: flickr/Mark Klotz
Environment | Indigenous Rights | Political Action | Whose contempt? Burnaby Mountain, Kinder Morgan and the law | Dec 10 2014 | Irina Ceric | It felt like a victory, and it was, but a week later the wages of victory are hard to grasp. A lawyer looks back on her work with the protesters of Burnaby Mountain.
Environment | World | Watch: Eye witness to Eldorado Gold in Greece | Dec 10 2014 | Don Kossick | Jamie Kneen, Mining Watch Canada, gives an eye witness account of the resistance of communities in Greece to the Canadian mining company Eldorado Gold.
Photo: flickr/Tamara Polajnar
Feminism | Labour | Politics in Canada | Parliament's new harassment prevention policy announced today | Dec 10 2014 | Francella Fiallos | Speaker of the House Andrew Scheer has approved the implementation of a new harassment prevention policy, which will apply to MPs and their staffers.
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Feminism | Indigenous Rights | Political Action | New research helps advocate for a national inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women | Dec 10 2014 | Megan Pearce, Pippa Feinstein | Advocates for an inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous women and girls can now use a compendium of reports and recommendations. Will this finally spark action from the government?
Feminism | Northern Ireland will be the first part of the UK to criminalize buying sex | Dec 10 2014 | Meghan Murphy | On Wednesday, December 10th, Lord Morrow’s Human Trafficking and Exploitation Bill was voted through at the Final Stage.
Political Action | The Red Hand Coalition and the fight against austerity in Quebec | Dec 10 2014 | Scott Neigh | Joël Pedneault talks about the Red Hand Coalition, one of the main anti-austerity formations in Quebec, and the rising tide of struggle heading into the spring.
Rachel Notley
Politics in Canada | The Santa Clause: A holiday gift of biting humour from Alberta NDP Leader Rachel Notley | Dec 10 2014 | David J. Climenhaga | Also, Alberta's "Price Trough" is its new "Bitumen Bubble." Stand by for tiresome haircut and belt-tightening metaphors.
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Civil Liberties Watch | Politics in Canada | The case for releasing evidence from the Ottawa shooting | Dec 9 2014 | Stephen Kimber | The RCMP and the Speaker of the House of Commons now say that evidence related to the Ottawa shooting may never be released. Canadians deserve better.
Photo: Sten Dueland/flickr
Economy | Elections | Politics in Canada | What happens when oil prices go down instead of up | Dec 9 2014 | Duncan Cameron | Because of low oil prices and weakened commodity prices generally, resource exploitation, the motor of economic growth for the Conservatives, is slowing down. Can the Harper government recover?
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Education | Political Action | Changing the course of the Canadian Federation of Students | Dec 9 2014 | Nora Loreto | By emphasizing campaigns and organizing, the time is now to renew the CFS.
Highway 16 blocked by LNG protest Dec. 6
Environment | Indigenous Rights | Political Action | Gitxsan block B.C. highway in LNG protest | Dec 9 2014 | Brent Patterson | Gitxsan hereditary chiefs Spookw and Luutkudziiwus closed Highway 16 at New Hazelton on Dec. 6 in protest over the approval of two pipelines to be built on Gitxsan territory.
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Environment | Food & Health | Politics in Canada | Federal government missing in fracking wastewater debate | Dec 9 2014 | Emma Lui | Communities in Atlantic Canada are currently dealing with the fallout of fracking projects that occurred prior to New Brunswick and Nova Scotia's moratoriums. Where is the federal government?
Environment | Boom! North America's explosive oil-by-rail problem | Dec 9 2014 | Roger Annis | A new, extensive documentary report on the vast expansion of oil by rail in North America has been produced by a journalist team from the Weather Channel and InsideClimate News.