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Civil Liberties Watch | Bringing back the old-fashioned art of letter writing | Mar 30 2015 | Eva Prkachin | We're flipping the script on a secret police Bill the government is recklessly forcing through Parliament. Lend us your words.
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Civil Liberties Watch | Politics in Canada | C-51 hearings end with suggestion government erred in drafting bill | Mar 30 2015 | Stuart Trew | Like university students cramming for an exam, Thursday night the parliamentary public security committee finished the last of nine hearings into the government's anti-terrorism bill.
Civil Liberties Watch | Bill C-51 a threat to all Canadians | Mar 30 2015 | Redeye Collective | The Harper government has been forced to respond to the outcry about Bill C-51 and propose a handful of amendments. But the changes won't satisfy the concerns of the BC Civil Liberties Association.
Economy | Feminism | Labour | Count care in: The new social wealth economic indicators | Mar 30 2015 | Kellia Ramares-Watson | The new social wealth economic indicators show the connection between the status of women and the health of a nation's economy.
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Education | Labour | 'Historic' agreement reached in York University strike | Mar 30 2015 | Ella Bedard | York University capitulates on major issues, hard fought battle ends in Union victory.
Environment | VOW member reflects on the UN CSW 59 experience | Mar 30 2015 | Meghan Butt | The underlying tone of the conference was invigorating, as I thought about the community of women and men from around the world united together for a common purpose of increasing the status of women.
Feminism | Indigenous Rights | Politics in Canada | Violence against Indigenous women, girls and two-spirits: What's the state of law and the role of advocacy? | Mar 30 2015 | Victoria Fenner | A panel discussion hosted by the Aboriginal Law and Feminist Law Students Associations at the University of Toronto.
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Food & Health | Politics in Canada | This is your prime minister on drugs | Mar 30 2015 | Julie Devaney | It may appear that harm reduction and safe-injection sites are peripherally related to the campaign for a national pharmacare plan, but the Harper government's drug policies inextricably link them.
Indigenous Rights | No Justice No Peace: Honouring Cindy Gladue | Mar 30 2015 | Krystalline Kraus | Last week an all white and almost all male jury decided to acquit her killer,
Jamie Lall
Politics in Canada | Apprehended insurrections: Tory party slams the door shut after three horses leave the barn | Mar 30 2015 | David J. Climenhaga | With three horses missing, the door of the PC barn was slammed shut Sunday morning. Will that make members behave themselves, or will it make their rebellion worse?
Brian Jean
Politics in Canada | Brian Who? … Albertans know precious little about the Wildrose Opposition's new leader | Mar 30 2015 | David J. Climenhaga | The new leader of Alberta's Wildrose Party is a man of mystery. We don't even know if he's tall or short, let alone what he really stands for.
Raging grannies with banners and fists raised
Arts & Culture | Feminism | Political Action | Raging Grannies: Witty elder activism has spread like wildfire | Mar 29 2015 | Frieda Werden, Jana Juniper Gee | The activist group Raging Grannies appear at all sorts of political events, singing satirical songs. Originating in B.C., the concept has spread all over the world.
Arts & Culture | Feminism | Media Matters | #FierceVoices launches in Vancouver | Mar 29 2015 | Tania Ehret | On Wednesday, March 25, women and allies gathered to speak with #fiercevoices at Heartwood Community Cafe.
Jim Prentice & Danielle Smith
Politics in Canada | Darwin Awards, the political edition: So long to Danielle Smith, turncoat former Alberta Opposition leader | Mar 29 2015 | David J. Climenhaga | Unlike former premier Alison Redford, who tried recently to make the claim, former Opposition leader Danielle Smith truly had become the most polarizing figure in Alberta politics.
Education | CUPE 3902 and 3903 members march for better working, living and learning conditions | Mar 28 2015 | John Bonnar | Friday’s historic march from Glendon College of York University to Queen’s Park was organized entirely by the rank and file members of CUPE Locals 3902 and 3903.