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Feminism | Tom Matlack: Victim of feminism | Apr 8 2013 | Meghan Murphy | On Tom Matlack of The Good Men Project's anti-feminism
Politics in Canada | Never mind the details: Fraser Institute's a leader in press release production | Apr 8 2013 | David J. Climenhaga | The Fraser Institute purports to be "Canada’s leading public policy think tank." In fact, about the only category in which it can honestly claim to be a Canadian leader is production of press releases
Photo: dfait.maeci/Flickr
Politics in Canada | John Baird's murky trip to the Middle East | Apr 8 2013 | Gerry Caplan | Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird is on a long visit to the Middle East. Like Canadian foreign policy in general these days, the exact purpose of the trip is a bit murky.
Politics in Canada | Green strategy puts the public interest ahead of partisanship | Apr 8 2013 | Elizabeth May | I am happy to have a chance to answer the question posed by Gerry Nicholls' March 29 opinion piece, Why Doesn't Elizabeth May Just Join the Liberals?
Politics in Canada | Harper government 'action' for aging Canadians | Apr 8 2013 | Herb John, Retiree Matters | The reaction of the National Pensioners and Senior Citizens Federation to this year's federal budget is disappointment.
US Politics | Taking on Big Pharma: Health activists meet on Capitol Hill | Apr 8 2013 | Kelly Holloway | Participants of 'Selling Sickness: People Before Profits' spent two days detailing a multitude of grievances against the global four billion dollar pharmaceutical industry.
Marie Sirakos
Arts & Culture | Performance and community: Interview with Marie Sirakos | Apr 7 2013 | Holly Adams | An opportunity to talk with a brilliant, dedicated playwright and artistic director whose heart is in community.
Indigenous Rights | Activist Communique: Statement from Grand Elder Raymond Robinson Today, April 7, 2013 - #IdleNoMore | Apr 7 2013 | Krystalline Kraus | Time Since Beginning of Raymond’s Hunger Strike: 102 hours. (4 days, 6 hours, 7 minutes @ April 7th/2013 3:08 p.m.)
Indigenous Rights | Activist Communique: #RayOfHope Toronto - Vigil for Grand Elder Raymond Robinson's hunger strike | Apr 7 2013 | Krystalline Kraus | Grand Elder Raymond Robinson is on a full hunger strike and has not consumed any food or water since April 3rd, 2013 at 9:00 am.
Education | Student debt and the high cost of post-secondary education | Apr 6 2013 | Daniel Tseghay, Richard Hosein | Student debt is a major social and economic barrier to current students and graduates. A post-secondary education is more crucial now than ever.
Feminism | Breast cancer culture: Optimism, anger and activism | Apr 6 2013 | The F Word | Caity Goerke interviews Emilia Nielsen about the roles of optimism and anger within mainstream breast cancer culture.
Anti-Racism | Economy | Politics in Canada | Trading away human rights? Canada turns a blind eye toward abuses against Roma in EU | Apr 5 2013 | Karl Nerenberg | Barely a week goes by when the Conservative government does not issue at least one press release touting the value of a Canada-European Union (EU) trade deal.
Photo: slgckgc/Flickr
Arts & Culture | R.A. Dickey's existential road to the knuckleball | Apr 5 2013 | Rick Salutin | We ought to consider R.A. Dickey, who's now No. 1 in the Blue Jays' starting rotation, not just a pitching asset but a cultural one.
Economy | CAW president renews call for fair trade, not free trade agreements | Apr 5 2013 | John Bonnar | Listen to part of CAW president Ken Lewenza's Friday morning address to the CAW Council.
Voting day in B.C. is May 14. (Photo: roland / flickr)
Elections | Politics in Canada | NDP set to regain power in B.C., but what will it take to defeat neoliberalism? | Apr 5 2013 | James Rowe | British Columbia's New Democrats will form government this spring if recent polling sticks. The May election is arriving amidst a crisis of the philosophy and policy-paradigm of neoliberalism.