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Anti-Racism | Organizing against Islamophobia in Toronto's East End | Dec 2 2015 | Redeye Collective | Thorncliffe and Flemingdon are two working class communities in Toronto. Last month, a Muslim woman in Flemingdon Park was attacked by a group of men while she was taking her children to school.
Image: Tarlen Handayani/flickr
Arts & Culture | Technology | Personal digital assistants and the Grand Budapest Interface | Dec 2 2015 | Wayne MacPhail | If you want to imagine the future of personal computing you could do worse than watch The Grand Budapest Hotel, which envisions how digital assistants may deliver information in the near future.
Arts & Culture | Civil Liberties Watch | Listening to your inner voice | Dec 2 2015 | TK Matunda | TK Matunda had the pleasure of sitting down with emerging artist and career coach Gabriela Casineanu to talk about the power and importance of the inner voice.
Photo: flickr/British Columbia Emergency Photography
Civil Liberties Watch | LGBTIQ | B.C. Corrections amends policy for transgender inmates | Dec 2 2015 | Alyse Kotyk | B.C. becomes the second province in Canada to adopt a policy allowing transgender inmates to be placed based on identified gender, not birth sex.
Photo: flickr/World Bank Photo Collection
Civil Liberties Watch | Food & Health | With 25,000 Syrian refugees are at our doorstep, opportunity knocks | Dec 2 2015 | Leilani Farha | By committing to assist refugees the government will be given an opportunity to solve poverty within our borders as well.
Photo: flickr/ Prime Minister of Canada
Economy | Politics in Canada | Trudeau's nannies are trivial compared to scandal of corporate tax cuts | Dec 2 2015 | Karl Nerenberg | While we fret about taxpayers footing the bill for underpaid nannies, a new study shows that deep corporate cuts have not created any jobs or growth. Now that's a real scandal.
Environment | COP21 Fossil Fuel Addiction: A guide for intervention from the climate justice movement | Dec 2 2015 | Brad Hornick | A practical guide to recognize Fossil Fuel Addiction and how the climate justice movement can effectively intervene to assist in the addict's recovery.
Photo: flickr/ travis blanston
Environment | Politics in Canada | Northern Gateway pipeline halted by Trudeau's mandate | Dec 2 2015 | Alyse Kotyk | Enbridge's Northern Gateway pipeline project meets another roadblock with mandate from Prime Minister Trudeau.
A CEIBA promoter in Santiago, Guatemala with valley behind her.
Environment | Indigenous Rights | World | Defending women and the planet on the front lines in Guatemala | Dec 2 2015 | Rachel Warden | We work with CEIBA to better understand and make visible the impacts of large-scale resource extraction on women and the critical role women play in defending collective rights and the environment.
Photo: Peter Blanchard/flickr
Environment | Politics in Canada | Why corporate power is a problem at the climate crossroads | Dec 2 2015 | Bill Carroll, Shannon Daub | As world leaders meet in Paris for the UN climate conference, the spotlight is being turned on the fossil fuel industry's tremendous economic and political clout.
Environment | Labour | Climate change and the role of the workers' movement | Dec 2 2015 | Piergiorgio Moro | Labour updates of workers' struggles from the Asia-Pacific region and why climate change is a workers' issue.
Environment | World | Live from COP21: Climate News Mosaic blogs Paris climate talks | Dec 2 2015 | Climate News Mosaic | Climate News Mosaic is reporting from Paris with a daily live blog, hosted by, to track all progress, major announcements and events. Follow along here!
Feminism | Women's solidarity, the Montreal Massacre and fighting male violence today | Dec 2 2015 | Meghan Murphy | Meghan Murphy speaks with Hilla Kerner about Vancouver Rape Relief's Montreal Massacre Memorial event, taking place on December 5, 2015.
Indigenous Rights | Media Matters | Red Rising: A new magazine by and for Indigenous youth | Dec 2 2015 | Scott Neigh | Lenard Monkman talks about Red Rising, a new magazine being produced by Indigenous youth in Winnipeg.
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Labour | Politics in Canada | Bill 6 Update: With the NDP in damage control mode, has the storm passed? | Dec 2 2015 | David J. Climenhaga | Now that the NDP has given way on the points farmers say matter most, if protests continue it will be fair for those of us who don't have a dog in the fight to wonder if some other agenda is at play.