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Politics in Canada | World | Canada's arms deal with Saudi monarchy will only spell more violence in Middle East | Jan 22 2015 | Yves Engler | Stephen Harper's Conservatives are working to expand Canadian arms exports and the focus is Middle Eastern monarchies entangled in a great deal of violence.
Photo: NASA/flickr/Bill Ingalls
US Politics | 'Imagine something different': Obama confronts inequality in State of the Union address | Jan 22 2015 | Amy Goodman | Growing economic inequality not only hurts the poor, and the working and middle class, but destabilizes society overall. Everyone must have a stake in the state of the union.
US Politics | Watch: Koch Brothers exposed | Jan 22 2015 | Brave New Films | The Koch Brothers have been handed the ability to buy our democracy. But that doesn't mean we can't shine a light on them!
World | Harper's delayed 'Three Amigos' meeting gives Mexico a pass on Ayotzinapa tragedy | Jan 22 2015 | Jennifer Moore | Prime Minister Harper's decision to indefinitely postpone the North American Leaders' Summit -- better known as the annual "Three Amigos" meeting -- does Mexico's president a huge favour.
Anti-Racism | Watch: Author Reza Aslan talks Islamophobia in Canadian context | Jan 21 2015 | rabbleTV | Issues of Islamophobia are in the headlines again. Author and academic Reza Aslan spoke on the issue of Islamophobia at the 2014 National Council of Canadian Muslims' Gala in Toronto.
Economy | Labour | Canada's pay gap: Who gets paid more? | Jan 21 2015 | Kate McInturff | If private sector compensation looked more like public sector compensation, the gender wage gap would narrow, discrimination would diminish, and CEOs would take a pay cut.
Photo: pmwebphotos/flickr
Economy | Politics in Canada | Harper's policies could mean a $4.7-billion federal deficit | Jan 21 2015 | Brent Patterson | While cheaper gas means Canadian motorists could save $12 billion in 2015, it has other implications for the Harper government given its chosen dependence on a petro-economy.
Image: Flickr/alexguibord
Economy | Politics in Canada | Toronto, you're richer than you think | Jan 21 2015 | Sheila Block | Toronto's budget season has begun in earnest, and it's yielding a mix of the predictable "we can't afford things" debate, along with some refreshing surprises.
Image: Flickr/bcgovphotos
Elections | Food & Health | Are we there yet? Reflections on universal child care in 2015 | Jan 21 2015 | Martha Friendly, Monica Lysack | This year, with a federal election looming and ChildCare 2020 just behind us, the holiday was an opportunity for heavy-duty musings about child care in 2015.
Feminism | Media Matters | After 44 years, The Sun drops Page Three | Jan 21 2015 | Meghan Murphy | The No More Page Three campaign has been lobbying the editor of The Sun, David Dinsmore, to remove images of topless models from "Page Three" since 2012.
Feminism | Indigenous Rights | Lynn Gehl: Centring Indigenous knowledge | Jan 21 2015 | Scott Neigh | Lynn Gehl talks about her journey of struggle as an Algonquin Anishnabe woman, and the importance of centring Indigenous knowledge.
Photo courtesy of Glen Coulthard
Indigenous Rights | 'Land is a Relationship': In conversation with Glen Coulthard on Indigenous nationhood | Jan 21 2015 | Harsha Walia | Harsha Walia sits down with Glen Coulthard for a wide-ranging conversation about Indigenous nationhood which delves into his powerful premise: that there is no freedom in the settler-colonial state.
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Politics in Canada | Terrible optics: Connecting the dots to Jim Prentice's sweet little T-Bird | Jan 21 2015 | David J. Climenhaga | Alberta Premier Jim Prentice's bleat to the Rest of Canada they'd better get in line with Alberta's need to pump oil and pump the currency seems a bit rich.
Anti-Racism | US Politics | Americans celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a surprise for Oakland's mayor | Jan 20 2015 | Krystalline Kraus | On Monday January 19, 2015, anti-racist activists showed up en masse to Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf’s residence at 5:30 am.
Arts & Culture | CBC Canada Reads 2015 list announced | Jan 20 2015 | Lauren Scott | CBC releases its finalists for Canada Reads 2015. Here is what you need to know about this year's competition.