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Anti-Racism | Elections | Politics in Canada | Unfinished election business: Challenging racism and bigotry | Nov 26 2015 | John Cartwright | The election is over, but we as Canadians will have to work together to challenge the lingering bigotry.
Arts & Culture | Civil Liberties Watch | Politics in Canada | Refugee stories: Flight, freedom and Canada | Nov 26 2015 | Sarah Hipworth | As hope for more humanitarian immigration and refugee policies in Canada grows, we need to look back on our history of helping refugees and how far we still have to go.
Civil Liberties Watch | World | Not Rex: On praying for Paris... sort of. | Nov 26 2015 | Humberto DaSilva | Paris doesn't want your prayers. Paris wants your humanity.
Civil Liberties Watch | Politics in Canada | The state of assisted-dying legislation after Carter | Nov 26 2015 | Pro Bono, Safia J. Lakhani | It has been nine months since the Supreme Court released its ruling in Carter v. Canada, striking down the constitutionality of the Criminal Code sections which prohibit physician-assisted suicide.
Photo: BC Gov Photos/flickr
Economy | Labour | Politics in Canada | Five signs the B.C. economy is weak and what this means for Budget 2016 | Nov 26 2015 | Iglika Ivanova | This week, the provincial government released its update on where provincial finances are at six months into the fiscal year and where the economy is heading. The news is not very good.
Economy | Environment | Political Action | Vancouver aims to rival Ottawa at Sunday's Global Climate March | Nov 26 2015 | Brad Hornick | While many are aware of a large climate demonstration gaining steam in Ottawa, planned this Sunday, a large crowd is also expected in Vancouver after considerable groundwork by local organizations.
Education | Environment | The push for divestment in Canadian universities | Nov 26 2015 | Jen Halsall | Canada can't justify its reliance on the tar sands forever -- are our post secondary institutions ready to make the shift?
Photo: Premier of Alberta/flickr
Environment | Politics in Canada | Looking under the hood of Alberta's new climate plan | Nov 26 2015 | Marc Lee | The Notley government deserves praise for putting meaningful climate policies on the table, and some slack for needing to make the package politically palatable.
Photo: Prime Minister of Canada/flickr
Environment | Indigenous Rights | Politics in Canada | Trudeau dodges question about duty to consult outside of NEB pipeline process | Nov 26 2015 | Brent Patterson | The review of laws, policies and practices for energy projects must be done in partnership and consultation with Indigenous peoples, to ensure that the Crown is meeting its consultation obligations.
Photo: flickr/ Premier ministre du Canada
Environment | Politics in Canada | Be a fan, not a cheerleader for Canada at the Paris climate conference | Nov 26 2015 | Cam Fenton | For the first time in a decade, Canada wants to be on the right side of history when it comes to climate change. But Canada needs more than a new look to its government, it needs real change.
Photo: flickr/ CGP Grey
Environment | World | Fossil fuel lobby seen as main threat to meaningful progress at Paris climate talks | Nov 26 2015 | Nick Fillmore | The fossil fuel lobby has been able to insert themselves into the UN climate summit. But should they be allowed at the table if they're trying to burn it down?
La Via Campesina demonstrate in Copenhagen
Environment | Indigenous Rights | World | Indigenous wisdom and spirituality indispensable for climate justice | Nov 26 2015 | John Dillon | As the Paris climate conference approaches, amplifying the voices of Indigenous peoples is the most important role KAIROS can play.
Indigenous Rights | Politics in Canada | Wear red tomorrow to show support for murdered and missing Indigenous women | Nov 26 2015 | Krystalline Kraus | Let the grassroots show Justin Trudeau we want action to bring justice for Indigenous women.
Media Matters | Paul Godfrey set records for firing journalists. So why is he in the News Hall of Fame? | Nov 26 2015 | John Miller | Even Paul Godfrey acted surprised when he was installed in Canada's News Hall of Fame this week.
Alison Redford
Politics in Canada | Alberta's PCs may not survive the damage done by Alison Redford; NDP faces risk of collateral damage from CBC revelations | Nov 26 2015 | David J. Climenhaga | If the Notley government was told by its officials there were no skeletons in the legislature's closets, the CBC's report makes it hard to avoid the conclusion it was misled.