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Feminism | Part of the problem: Talking about systemic oppression | Nov 11 2014 | Michael Laxer | Michael Laxer responds to those men who say they aren't complicit in creating a world where men like Jian Ghomeshi survive and thrive.
Political Action | National Housing Day - November 21 (Toronto rally) | Nov 11 2014 | Krystalline Kraus | Housing is a Human Right
World | Parliament election in Ukraine confirms right wing government and its civil war course | Nov 11 2014 | Roger Annis | The Oct. 26 election to Ukraine's Rada is another step down the road of violent, right wing government.
Afghanistan | Civil Liberties Watch | Food & Health | Refocusing Remembrance Day on mental health and healing | Nov 10 2014 | Michelle Muller | What does Remembrance Day actually mean today in this Canada? Should we focus less on celebrating Canadian militarism and more on the responsibility to one another?
Photo: Carmen Leah
Arts & Culture | Education | Feminism | Girls Rock Camp: Chords of confidence and co-operation | Nov 10 2014 | June Chua | Girls Rock Camp may only be one week but it's loaded with rich experiences, learning moments and collaborations -- creating a space for girls to explore music and build skills.
Image: Flickr/pat_mcdonald
Arts & Culture | Politics in Canada | Unintended prescience of 'In Flanders Fields' appropriate for Harper's Canada | Nov 10 2014 | Gerry Caplan | Maybe it's the centenary of the First World War that took me back to John McCrae's famous poem. But maybe it was a mistake.
Arts & Culture | Environment | Indigenous Rights | GroundWire | November 10, 2014: #KMFace, Montreal protests, Walking with our Sisters | Nov 10 2014 | GroundWire Radio News | This week's episode of GroundWire features stories about #KMFace, Montreal protests, Walking with our Sisters and more.
Photo: Esther Shannon
Civil Liberties Watch | Feminism | Not criminals, not victims: Sex workers' lives thrown into chaos under new law | Nov 10 2014 | Joyce Arthur | On Thursday, November 6, seven masked sex workers spoke at a press conference in Vancouver to give specifics on how Canada's new prostitution law will harm them.
Civil Liberties Watch | Food & Health | Politics in Canada | Cruel and Unusual: The Conservatives' many-sided assault on refugee and migrant health | Nov 10 2014 | Michael Butler | The attack against refugees and migrants to Canada is designed to hit these communities where they are most vulnerable, their health.
Education | Feminism | Politics in Canada | ChildCare2020: Let's put child care back on the public agenda | Nov 10 2014 | Retiree Matters, Shauna Vert | All across Canada, parents are struggling to find safe, affordable, quality child care in which their children can thrive. That's where ChildCare2020 comes in.
Image: flickr/kris krüg
Elections | Four things you need to know about the 2014 Vancouver civic election | Nov 10 2014 | Kaity Cooper | To dispel the myth that city politics don't matter, new blogger Kaity Cooper does your homework for you and highlights four issues you should care about in this civic election.
Photo: flickr/starr
Environment | Food & Health | Politics in Canada | Billions of kilograms of food waste? Now that should have been an election issue! | Nov 10 2014 | Wayne Roberts | 67 billion kilograms of food waste heads for the landfill every year. It's a big issue. Why aren't our politicians making a plan for all that food waste?
Image: Flickr/Chuck Coker
Environment | Technology | Wind farms don't hurt people's health. But turns out some people find them annoying. | Nov 10 2014 | Keith Brooks | A new study released by Health Canada confirms that there are no health impacts associated with living near wind farms.
Environment | Animal protection groups launch national anti-fur campaign | Nov 10 2014 | John Bonnar | Two animal protection groups have begun a new national campaign to end the confinement and slaughter of millions of animals every year to support Canada’s fur industry.
Energy East threatens the drinking water of millions of Canadians.
Environment | Energy East mega-pipeline could bring oil spills to a river near you | Nov 10 2014 | Adam Scott | A new video highlights risks of the Energy East mega-pipeline to Canadians.