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Elections | Politics in Canada | Plenty of post-election lessons for Ontario leaders | Jun 17 2014 | Brian Topp | Wynne is firmly in the premier's seat and Horwath has earned the right to remain in her job if she wants it. But here are some important lessons to learn from the past six months.
Photo: Caelie_Frampton/flickr
Environment | Indigenous Rights | Politics in Canada | Five strategies to stop the Northern Gateway pipeline from being built | Jun 17 2014 | Brent Patterson | Even if the Harper government approves the Northern Gateway pipeline today, a range of strategies are being proposed to ensure the pipeline is never built.
Image: Flickr/Mark Klotz
Environment | Politics in Canada | Five reasons Stephen Harper and Enbridge's Northern Gateway pipeline are the worst | Jun 17 2014 | Kaitlin McNabb, Michael Stewart | Stephen Harper just approved Enbridge's Northern Gateway pipeline project in spite of unprecedented opposition from First Nations and British Columbians. That's just the worst.
Image: Flickr/Chris Yakimov
Environment | Politics in Canada | Northern Gateway approval flies in the face of democracy and global warming | Jun 17 2014 | David Suzuki | The federal government has given conditional approval to the Northern Gateway pipeline project. But it's not over yet. This project should never go ahead.
Environment | Indigenous Rights | Chief Liz Logan on LNG pipelines: Part 1 of a 7-part series | Jun 17 2014 | Redeye Collective | Chief Liz Logan, Tribal Chief for the Treaty 8 Tribal Association, speaks about the impacts of fracking and LNG on Treaty 8 territories in northeast B.C.
Indigenous Rights | Shannon McPhail on LNG pipelines: Part 2 of a 7-part series | Jun 17 2014 | Redeye Collective | Shannon McPhail is the Executive Director of the Skeena Watershed Conservation Coalition. She lives and works in the Skeena Watershed, where her family has lived for six generations.
Indigenous Rights | Lubicon Lake Youth battle neighbouring municipality to protect land | Jun 17 2014 | Lubicon Lake Nation | Lubicon Youth have launched a legal battle to defend a generations-old ball diamond from being turned into a commercial development by Indian Affairs and the neighbouring municipality.
Photo: philippe leroyer/flickr
Political Action | World | The future of the 21st-century European left | Jun 17 2014 | Duncan Cameron | The European radical left of the 21st century has the task of setting a new agenda, and challenging the dominant political language, which the social democratic left has failed to do.
Photo: Gwenael Piaser/flickr
Political Action | World | What happened to the Arab Spring? | Jun 17 2014 | Monia Mazigh | After the departure of a few tyrants, did real change come to Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Yemen or Iraq? Despite claims to democracy, it seems the West prefers security and stability in the Arab world.
Political Action | World | Go All In for a Living Wage this World Cup! | Jun 17 2014 | THE SPIRIT OF FOOTBALL IS MEANT TO BE UNITY AND FAIR PAY - TELL ADIDAS TO GO ALL IN FOR A LIVING WAGE!
Politics in Canada | Alberta Tory leadership candidate's already slim chances fall into a burnin' Lake of Fire | Jun 17 2014 | David J. Climenhaga | With a single injudicious appearance, Tory leadership candidate Ric McIver destroyed two years of concerted efforts by PC strategists to brand the Wildrose Party as a bunch of homophobic loons.
My boys will not be raised with guns.
Politics in Canada | 'My son will not be raised with guns': Death on the banks of the Peticodiac | Jun 17 2014 | Christopher Majka | When three policemen were slain by a deranged gunman obsessed with weapons, residents of Moncton arose in a dramatic illustration that such violence would not become the face of their community.
Arts & Culture | Feminism | LGBTIQ | Interview with Jenna Tenn-Yuk | Jun 16 2014 | The F Word | Ariana Barer speaks with Jenna Tenn-Yuk about her work as an artist-in-residence with the Vancouver Biennale, and finding her way identifying as a gay Christian Jamasian woman.
Photo: flickr/APEC 2013
Civil Liberties Watch | Politics in Canada | US Politics | One threat Canadians actually need to worry about: The assault on our nation's integrity | Jun 16 2014 | Celyn Dufay | Is the Harper government being pragmatic and prepared, or is it just getting a little paranoid? Why is the Harper government considering joining the U.S. ballistic missile defence program?
Education | Support B.C. teachers' battle against unlawful education cuts | Jun 16 2014 | Vancouver Ecosocialist Group | Teachers across British Columbia begin a strike of the entire public education system.