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Afghanistan | Food & Health | Political Action | US Politics | The military-takeout complex: An interview with Conflict Kitchen | Apr 18 2014 | Christina Turner | Conflict Kitchen is a Pittsburgh restaurant that only serves food from countries that the U.S. is in conflict with.
Environment | Food & Health | How going vegan for the environment works | Apr 18 2014 | Marco Pagliarulo | You might have heard that eating a plant-based diet is better for the environment. In fact, it's the most significant thing you can do to lessen your impact on the environment. Here's why.
Feminism | Giving voice, for the first time in English, to the Chinese 'comfort women' | Apr 18 2014 | Thekla Lit and Heather Evans | Thekla Lit and Heather Evans review 'Chinese Comfort Women: Testimonies from Imperial Japan’s Sex Slaves'
Food & Health | Eating vegan on a budget | Apr 18 2014 | Christina Turner | How to eat like a king on a shoestring, animal-free.
Photo: JAFI Israel/flickr
Gaza | World | Questions of identity and the recognition of a Jewish state | Apr 18 2014 | Rick Salutin | The Israeli government is trying to close the question of who is a Jew with a simple answer. It won't work.
Labour | NWT employers authorized to use temporary foreign workers | Apr 18 2014 | George Lessard | NWT employers who have successfully participated in Human Resources and Skills Development Canada’s Labour Market Opinion process
Media Matters | Like an iceberg: a blog on being a journalist in Canada's Arctic | Apr 18 2014 | George Lessard | A new blog by Jane George about her work with Nunasiaq News in Nunavut and Nunavik
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Politics in Canada | In one day, the ground shifts in Alberta politics in ways unexpected, sometimes uplifting, sometimes troubling | Apr 18 2014 | David J. Climenhaga | With the end to most official homophobia in Alberta, a course change by the Wildrose Party and the loss of a promising NDP candidate, yesterday proved a single day can be a long time in politics.
Photo: flickr/Miquel Angel Pintanel Bassets
Arts & Culture | Feminism | 'Honor Diaries': Breaking silence on violence or reinforcing stereotypes? | Apr 17 2014 | Alia Hogben, Azeezah Kanji, Khadijah Kanji, Naila Butt, Salha Jeizan, Shahina Siddiqui | The film 'Honor Diaries' purports to be the first film to break the silence on honour violence. However, is the film really just counterproductive in discussing violence against women?
Arts & Culture | Economy | Political Action | Capitalism beware: Rethinking imagination to regain our collective purpose | Apr 17 2014 | Max Haiven | This excerpt from 'Crises of Imagination, Crises of Power' suggests the decline in the public sphere is not because capitalism is in crisis, but because capitalism is the crisis.
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Arts & Culture | Spring, and the Artist Emerges | Apr 17 2014 | Holly Adams | Lessons on creativity from a frozen woodpile and the smell of spring.
Photo: flickr/Tom Magliery
Economy | Media Matters | Follow the Money, Part 4 -- Who owns the National Post? | Apr 17 2014 | Donald Gutstein | If two foreign interests, with little background in news, own the Canadian newspaper National Post, then is it still Canadian? Hmm, seems like they found a loophole around that.
Environment | Food & Health | Local, organic or vegan: What's best for the environment? | Apr 17 2014 | Ran Goel | Local food activist Ran Goel speaks to Steffanie Pinch about how eating local, organic and vegan can be better for the planet.
Image: Wikimedia Commons
Environment | Politics in Canada | Train travel in Canada is running off the rails | Apr 17 2014 | Elizabeth May | As Via Rail faces financial and ridership targets, the cutbacks inevitably cause a drop in passenger miles. It's time to address the crisis facing national rail travel.
Photo: Eyton Z/Flickr
Feminism | Food & Health | Politics in Canada | Law over ideology please, we're talking abortion rights here | Apr 17 2014 | Jody Dallaire | The reality faced by people in New Brunswick seeking a safe legal abortion is in contradiction to Canadian law. With the closure of the Morgentaler Clinic, things are not going to get better.