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Feminism | Politics in Canada | Anti-choice centres lose lawsuit: What does it all mean? | Sep 6 2013 | Joyce Arthur | Has Canada's anti-choice movement been gaining the upper hand in the last few years? It might seem that way sometimes. But there's another way to look at it, taking into account pro-choice victories.
Indigenous Rights | New community-run database honours missing and murdered Indigenous women | Sep 6 2013 | John Bonnar | On September 12, No More Silence and Families of Sisters In Spirit will launch their new community-run database honouring missing and murdered Indigenous women.
Fish Lake (Teztan Biny), Tsilhqot'in territory
Indigenous Rights | Fish Lake: What cultural weapons and larger agendas are we talking about here? | Sep 6 2013 | Dawn Hoogeveen | Taseko claim that the Tsilhqot’in are misinformed about a mine the Indigenous nation vehemently opposes. However, it is Taseko who fundamentally misunderstand Indigenous rights and the answer no.
Labour | Politics in Canada | This week in labour news: Leaked emails put PCs in hot water; retail workers walk; Unifor debuts | Sep 6 2013 | H.G. Watson | It's official -- last weekend the Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) and the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada (CEP) merged to become the biggest private union in Canada.
Labour | Unifor National President ready to take on the federal government, challenges the status quo | Sep 6 2013 | John Bonnar | Following the election of the Unifor officers and the inaugural speech, Jerry Dias held his first press conference as the inaugural Unifor National President.
Doug Griffiths
Politics in Canada | Minister's F-Bomb illustrates lamentable state of Alberta political discourse | Sep 6 2013 | David J. Climenhaga | Who knows, maybe voters will like Alberta Municipal Affairs Minister Doug Griffiths’ language? And he did say he was sorry…
US Politics | Syria: The American people aren't buying what John Kerry is selling | Sep 6 2013 | Medea Benjamin | There is little time left to stop this new, mad rush to war. At both the Senate and House hearings, officials mentioned that their constituents were overwhelmingly opposed to intervention.
Anti-Racism | Redskins and white people: Racism and miscommunication | Sep 5 2013 | Daniel Wilson | In this blog, Daniel Wilson looks at notions of racism in two recent news stories.
Photo: Shannen Koostachin. Credit: NFB
Arts & Culture | Indigenous Rights | State of aboriginal schools laid bare in film 'Hi-Ho Mistahey!' | Sep 5 2013 | June Chua | Filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin brings Shannen Koostachin's story to life with the NFB documentary Hi-Ho Mistahey!, which premieres at this year's Toronto International Film Festival.
Arts & Culture | Environment | The heart and the heart attack | Sep 5 2013 | Bob Wiseman | Kyp has written an inspiring canon of works that covers the heart and the heart attack
Arts & Culture | Education | Political Action | You can do it! 'Stay Solid!' lays the groundwork for the next generation of radical youth | Sep 5 2013 | Steffanie Pinch | Activist toolkit coordinator Steffanie Pinch reviews activist handbook 'Stay Solid! A Radical Guide for Youth' edited by Vancouver youth centre The Purple Thistle Centre.
Civil Liberties Watch | Politics in Canada | The RCMP came knocking -- because I oppose the coup in Egypt | Sep 5 2013 | Ehab Lotayef | Two RCMP officers came to see me and informed me that they received a tip that I am a member of the 'Muslim Brotherhood terrorist group' based in Montreal.
Civil Liberties Watch | Politics in Canada | What Canadians need to know about CSEC spying | Sep 5 2013 | Camille Crowther | CSEC spying on Canadian Internet users is a violation of how their private online information is handled.
Education | Documenting student movement history at McGill: 6Party and The After Party | Sep 5 2013 | Davide Mastracci | Essentially, in February of 2012, a small group of McGill students threw a party on the sixth floor of the school's central administration building.
Photo from the 2010 anti-tuition fee rally held in Ottawa
Education | The enemy of my enemy is never my ally: A critique of the CFS disaffiliation drives | Sep 5 2013 | Nora Loreto | A response to the so-called left-wing push to convince students to leave the CFS.