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Economy | Politics in Canada | Fair trade activists oppose new U.S. 'fast track' legislation | Jan 13 2014 | Stuart Trew | U.S. Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus, a Democrat from Montana, introduced a trade promotion authority (TPA) bill that would give Obama the ability to "fast track" trade deals.
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Economy | Boosting the local economy through a Nova Scotia dollar | Jan 13 2014 | Ralph Surette | The Ivany commission on the new economy is due to report in a few weeks here in Nova Scotia, and in case they missed it, here's one last idea for their consideration: the Nova Scotia dollar.
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Education | Ezra Levant lives up to his own controversies at NASH conference | Jan 13 2014 | Justin Smirlies | Ezra Levant gave his keynote speech at CUP's NASH conference on Saturday and it lived up to most expectations: calling people 'assholes,' disrespecting feminists and relying on 'shock value.'
Feminism | Set to Explode: On masculinity and death | Jan 13 2014 | Ben Barker | Ben Barker reflects on the death of his friend and says that masculinity is killing us all.
Food & Health | Doctors' orders: Raise the minimum wage | Jan 13 2014 | Jesse McLaren | Inequality makes us sick, and mobilizing for higher wages is part of the cure. The campaign to raise the minimum wage is part of a broader struggle to change the world and ourselves.
Gaza | A Palestinian view of Ariel Sharon's legacy | Jan 13 2014 | Meagan Perry | Ariel Sharon died on Saturday. When Sharon fell into a coma in 2006, Ali Abunimah, cofounder of spoke with the Redeye podcast.
Politics in Canada | Chuck Strahl's lobbying activities break no laws, but highlight a problem | Jan 13 2014 | David J. Climenhaga | It's obvious that the special advantage enjoyed by recently departed senior federal officials is not restricted to the federal government.
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Politics in Canada | Harper's corporate governance: The problem of running government like a business | Jan 13 2014 | Murray Dobbin | Getting caught, throwing your friend under a bus, being repeatedly and publicly exposed as liars and cheats -- that's just the cost of doing business. But it shouldn't be the cost of doing government.
US Politics | 12 years of injustice: How to help close Guantanamo Bay | Jan 13 2014 | Steffanie Pinch | What activists can do after the Day of Action Against Gitmo to keep the pressure on to close Guantanamo Bay.
Arts & Culture | Feminism | Women in music | Jan 11 2014 | The F Word | The F Word highlights new and emerging female musicians, featuring music by Tune Yards, Grimes and Kathleen Edwards.
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Civil Liberties Watch | Education | Feminism | Rights in collision: York University, religious beliefs and human rights | Jan 11 2014 | Penney Kome | A student's request to choose which classmates he will meet with causes controversy at York University.
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Political Action | Be PlanetFriendly! | Jan 11 2014 | Find tips on sustainable living, green jobs, and other environmental activist issues
Political Action | Vyew | Jan 11 2014 | An online conference program with a whiteboard sharing and design space
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Political Action | Youth Activism Workshop | Jan 11 2014 | A program to encourage young people to stand up and be heard
Political Action | Activist tools to reach your goals | Jan 11 2014 | Megan Stacey | This week's Activist Toolkit round-up focuses on tools that help you become more effective in your activism. With the arrival of the New Year, it's time to set some activist goals!