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Economy | Labour | Demanding workplace dignity, not just a higher minimum wage | Jan 27 2016 | Scott Neigh | Deena Ladd and Winnie Mah talk about the Fight for $15 and Fairness campaign.
Photo credit: Monica Vida
Environment | Indigenous Rights | Political Action | Three Line 9 protesters facing criminal charges make another court appearance | Jan 27 2016 | Meg Borthwick | Enbridge's Line 9 is a potential environmental disaster and violates several treaties with Indigenous nations. Three Line 9 protesters face charges of mischief after shutting off the valve in Dec.
Photo: Sipekne'katik flag waves at the proposed brine storage site, Tori Ball
Environment | Indigenous Rights | The unacceptable risk of the Alton Gas storage project | Jan 27 2016 | Tori Ball | Salt cavern gas storage has faced opposition from the local community, Indigenous groups, environmental groups as well as health and safety experts.
Environment | Politics in Canada | Audit of National Energy Board reveals ongoing incompetence | Jan 27 2016 | Mark Calzavara | The National Energy Board is taking it on the chin again in another critical audit of its performance as Canada's pipeline regulator by the federal commissioner of the environment.
Feminism | Pornhub's new domestic violence clothing line is a slap in the face | Jan 27 2016 | Meghan Murphy | A company that makes millions off of the sexualization of violence uses domestic violence as an opportunity to market pornography.
Photo: flickr/ hku rbr
Food & Health | Labour | Politics in Canada | Free and fair collective bargaining makes a comeback in Ottawa | Jan 27 2016 | Teuila Fuatai | Canada's 17 public service unions have put their constitutional challenge against the government on hold after the Liberals promised to urgently repeal sections of Bill C-59.
Food & Health | Labour | Media Matters | OK Bell, let's talk about mental illness initiatives and your corporate greed | Jan 27 2016 | Danielle Landry | Bell's OK let's talk campaign once again misses the mark completely in the conversation about mental illness and awareness and just reinforces the company's corporate greed.
Haiti | Tens of thousands march in Haiti to foil fraudulent elections as threats of regime death squads loom | Jan 27 2016 | Kim Ives | A political crisis over democracy in Haiti whose roots lay in the fraudulent, post-2010 earthquake national election is exploding in the streets today.
Bill Phipps and Cheryle Chagnon Greyeyes
Indigenous Rights | Calgary residents learn 'we are all treaty people' | Jan 27 2016 | Penney Kome | Calgary Central Library January 13 seminar draws overflow crowds for heartfelt dialogue.
Denis Coderre
Politics in Canada | Admit it, Wildrosers: Denis Coderre's zinger burned because it landed a little too close for comfort | Jan 27 2016 | David J. Climenhaga | Like all good zingers, Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre's spoke to a profound truth about the conservative opposition in Alberta, especially the Wildrose Party.
Photo: Katie Gieratz, U.S. Air Force/Wikimedia Commons
Arts & Culture | Politics in Canada | Pennsylvania shows Nova Scotia how to build a thriving film industry | Jan 26 2016 | Stephen Kimber | While Pittsburgh gears up for one of its "best" film years, iconic Nova Scotia film industry companies have announced they are either folding or relocating to where the work is.
Photo: Canada 2020/flickr
Economy | Feminism | Politics in Canada | With a feminist prime minister, can feminist policy be far behind? | Jan 26 2016 | Duncan Cameron | As a self-declared feminist, Justin Trudeau must now be ready to accept challenges from the women's movement. As prime minister, he should aim to feminize public policy.
Photo: flickr/ Martin Krolikowski
Economy | Technology | Service interrupted: TPP intervenes in Canada's Internet governance | Jan 26 2016 | Michael Geist | The Trouble with the TPP? Well one thing is it contradicts Canada's longstanding policy on Internet governance.
Image: Flickr/pmwebphotos
Economy | Politics in Canada | Trudeau should be tackling inequality, not taking selfies with the superrich in Davos | Jan 26 2016 | Gerry Caplan | Economic inequality remains one of the world's great continuing scandals that absolutely nothing is being done to change. What will it take for Canadians to hit the streets?
Image: Flickr/M. Jeremy Goldman
Economy | Canada doing less to reduce income inequality than it has for 30 years | Jan 26 2016 | Edgardo Sepulveda | Other OECD-14 counterparts have achieved and maintained much higher redistribution and lower after tax income inequality. We in Canada can and should do better.