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Economy | World | The inhuman economics of the Greece-EU catastrophe | Jul 3 2015 | Rick Salutin | There's no way anyone normal can make human sense of the European Union's callous approach to Greece, says Rick Salutin.
Photo: flickr/ Moyan Brenn
Economy | Environment | World | Two remarkable global victories deserve attention in Canada | Jul 3 2015 | Nick Fillmore | In the past week the IMF released a report admitting strong pro-capitalist policies don't work and a dutch judge sided with citizens to slash carbon emissions.
Photo: flickr/Paul Bica
Education | Indigenous Rights | Political Action | What does it mean to be a Toronto treaty person? | Jul 3 2015 | Christina Turner | An event in Toronto last week sought to educate residents of Toronto on the city's layered treaty history, one that is frequently ignored in official accounts of Toronto's past.
Photograph by Gabriel Bouys/AFP/Getty Images.
Environment | Political Action | World | 'People and Planet First': Naomi Klein on climate justice and a new economy | Jul 3 2015 | Naomi Klein | Naomi Klein delivered these remarks during a press conference introducing "People and Planet First: The Imperative to Change Course."
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Environment | Political Action | Follow this weekend's mobilization for jobs, justice and the climate | Jul 3 2015 | rabble staff | This weekend, Canadians are rallying for jobs, justice and the climate. Time was, you'd have to wait to see the photos and read the news about the protest. Nowadays, you can follow the action here.
Feminism | Gaza | Politics in Canada | A happy Canada Day would be a Harper-free Canada! This week's blogs roundup | Jul 3 2015 | Lenée Son | Canada Day under Harper is a dud. A happy Canada is a Harper-free Canada. This week's blogs roundup.
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Media Matters | NDP | Politics in Canada | Maclean's pushes non-story about Mulcair joining Harper team in 2007. Why now? | Jul 3 2015 | Karl Nerenberg | Maclean's carried two stories on one day about Mulcair's talks with the Conservatives in 2007. A main-quoted source mostly confirms Mulcair's version.
Politics in Canada | Rona Ambrose's backwards pot politics | Jul 3 2015 | Scott Vrooman | The federal health minister's position on medical marijuana has no basis in evidence.
Rick Hanson
Politics in Canada | Lawsuit and ASIRT investigation illuminate the Alberta Tory Party's existential crisis | Jul 3 2015 | David J. Climenhaga | For four decades the PCs were the ne plus ultra of power in Alberta with all the required tools at their disposal to make inconvenient matters disappear.
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Anti-Racism | Political Action | US Politics | Americans need to reflect on how grassroots organizing has shaped their country | Jul 2 2015 | Amy Goodman | Frederick Douglass' words on a distant July 4 holiday have been given new life by Bree Newsome. Americans should remember this, this Independence Day.
Arts & Culture | To literary comics, with love: Drawn & Quarterly celebrates 25 years | Jul 2 2015 | Jeff Miller | Montreal publisher Drawn & Quarterly is now widely regarded as the best publisher of literary comics in the world. Let's take a look back on how they got there and what has made them so, so great.
Arts & Culture | Reading Lolita in Tehran, Azar Nafisi, and the power of reading | Jul 2 2015 | Catherine Brunelle, Kevin Johns, Write Along Radio | Have you heard of Reading Lolita in Tehran? Listen in as New York best-selling author, the passionate Azar Nafisi, shares on the magic of reading and how stories tell a nation’s true culture.
Two become one
Arts & Culture | Feminism | LGBTIQ | When two become one... NOT | Jul 2 2015 | Laura Brightwell | Let's stop inviting friends to events via their partners, people.
Civil Liberties Watch | Gaza | Political Action | World | Israel seizes Flotilla ship to Gaza and deports two human rights advocates to Canada | Jul 2 2015 | Canadian Boat to Gaza | Robert Lovelace and Kevin Neish will return to Canada today after their Freedom Flotilla III boat was illegally seized by Israeli forces on Monday.
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Civil Liberties Watch | Food & Health | Politics in Canada | Refugee claimants still face uncertainty on social assistance cuts | Jul 2 2015 | Kathryn Teeluck | The Harper government quietly passed new legislation last year allowing provinces and territories to impose a minimum residency requirement for social assistance. Will they?