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Elections | Food & Health | US Politics | The facts on Canadian health care can't be Trumped | Aug 19 2015 | Colleen Fuller | Of all the outrageous things U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has said this summer, trust the Fraser Institute to single out his only accurate observation.
Image: Flickr/Amanda Graham
Elections | Signs in the wilderness of Yukon electioneering | Aug 19 2015 | Lewis Rifkind | The battle of the 2015 federal election candidates lawn signs has commenced in the Yukon Territory’s capital city of Whitehorse.
Elections | Environment | Indigenous Rights | Harper government spent millions on overseas tar sands advocacy | Aug 19 2015 | Megan Devlin | A Greenpeace Freedom of Information request reveals the Harper government has spent millions of taxpayers' dollars pushing the tar sands agenda internationally.
Image: Flickr/bcgovphotos
Elections | Labour | Politics in Canada | Quality child care shouldn't be just a matter of luck | Aug 19 2015 | Martha Friendly | The second blog in the series and based on a presentation delivered as the annual Margaret Laurence Lecture at Trent University in March 2015.
Elections | Labour | Media Matters | Commit to Commit to changing Canada. #WIN2015 | Aug 19 2015 | rabble staff | Our contributors are building something priceless. Here are Trish Hennessy and Jase Tanner talking about why they commit to, and why you should get involved in #WIN2015.
Photo: flickr/ DeSmogCanada
Environment | Indigenous Rights | BC Hydro targets eagles' homes in Peace River Valley with Site C prep | Aug 19 2015 | Rita Wong | The proposed building of the Site C dam would flood 5,550 hectares and destroy agricultural land and wildlife habitats. On top of that, BC Hydro is now going to cut down trees, destroying eagle nests.
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Politics in Canada | Jason Kenney sails close to the wind on Anti-Terrorism Act at picnic visit | Aug 19 2015 | David J. Climenhaga | If Jason Kenney was in violation of the Anti-Terrorism Act, even unintentionally, shouldn't he resign as defence minister?
South African anti-apartheid leader and archbishop Desmond Tutu urged the United
Anti-Racism | United Church stands up for justice, reaffirms its call to end Israeli occupation | Aug 18 2015 | Sid Shniad | The United Church of Canada has reaffirmed its commitment to a just peace in Israel-Palestine, and its use of the tactic of economic pressure as peaceful resistance.
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Arts & Culture | Education | Feminism | Is men and masculinity studies really radical? | Aug 18 2015 | Laura Brightwell | Men and masculinity studies is old hat, so why is The New York Times pretending it's new?
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Civil Liberties Watch | Feminism | Political Action | World | Controversy swirls over Amnesty International's statement on buying and selling of sex | Aug 18 2015 | Megan Devlin | Sex worker advocates are thrilled, but critics claim the resolution condones those who buy women for sex.
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Economy | Elections | Politics in Canada | Raising RRSP withdrawal limit no solution to unaffordable housing | Aug 18 2015 | Seth Klein | The Conservatives' plan to increase what first-time homebuyers can pull from their RRSPs for a down payment would do nothing to help ease the unaffordability of housing.
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Economy | Elections | Politics in Canada | Harper's housing promises and the crisis of affordability | Aug 18 2015 | Michal Rozworski | Over the past two weeks, Stephen Harper has made three new housing-related promises on the campaign trail. But they won't help the crisis of affordability.
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Economy | Elections | Labour | Quality public child care: An economic no-brainer | Aug 18 2015 | Jim Stanford | The economic arguments in favour of public, accessible child care are powerful. Here is a commentary summarizing the many benefits of a universal public child-care program.
Elections | Politics in Canada | -- Politics in Alberta | Aug 18 2015 | Keep your finger on the Western pulse
Elections | Politics in Canada | Vote PopUp | Aug 18 2015 | A kit for community groups to ignite voter participation