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Environment | Worried about the oil spill threatening north Saskatchewan's drinking water? It's just one of 18,000 | Jul 27 2016 | Emily Eaton | Since 1990, there have been over 18,000 oil spills in Saskatchewan and over 8,000 in just the last 10 years.
Environment | Labour | Oilsands workers supporting renewable energy | Jul 27 2016 | Scott Neigh | Adam Cormier and Lliam Hildebrand talk about Iron and Earth, an organization of oilsands workers pushing for support of renewable energy alternatives.
Image: Flickr/Gustavo Oliveira
Environment | Love in the time of humidex | Jul 27 2016 | Krystalline Kraus | Heat waves do the most harm to our most vulnerable members of society; often the very members whose quality of care we should concern ourselves with most.
Political Action | Victoria's tent city could inspire national conversation about homelessness this summer | Jul 27 2016 | Jessica Hawkins | Jessica Hawkins takes a closer look at the ruling of Justice Hinkson in the Super InTent case in Victoria.
Photo: Peter Dutton/flickr
Politics in Canada | Latest numbers on Nova Scotia's ferry deal lead to sinking conclusions | Jul 27 2016 | Stephen Kimber | Transportation Minister Geoff MacLellan doesn't want you to jump to conclusions. Unfortunately for him, Portland, Maine requires the Yarmouth-Portland ferry operator to submit a monthly accounting.
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Arts & Culture | Real world runway | Jul 26 2016 | Kelly Okamura | The cancellation of Toronto Fashion Week could be a good thing. In this episode of gooderGoods, Kelly Okamura explains why.
Civil Liberties Watch | Political Action | Politics in Canada | Peterborough activists call for end to indefinite immigration detention | Jul 26 2016 | Rachel Small | The Peterborough Council of Canadians supported a public letter sent this weekend to MP Maryam Monsef by End Immigration Detention Peterborough in solidarity with detainees on hunger strikes.
Protesters on day of Honduras election 2009
Elections | Indigenous Rights | World | Honduras recalled: the 2009 coup | Jul 26 2016 | Frieda Werden, Gilda Velazquez | Perspectives from people harmed by the coup and Hillary Clinton
Image: Flickr/Huskies Football
Environment | After the Saskatchewan oil spill, should we restrict water or oil? | Jul 26 2016 | Jesse McLaren | We can support pipelines, which spill oil and job losses while restricting water and treaty rights, or we can support communities protecting the water on which we depend.
Corn field
Environment | Will growing our fuels drive us to a cleaner future? | Jul 26 2016 | David Suzuki | Research into new types of biofuels is also important, but the massive amounts of land, biomass and water required to produce conventional biofuels mean they aren't a panacea.
Image: Flickr/TORCH MAGAZINE
Food & Health | Tougher laws won't stop drunk driving. We need to tackle Canada's drinking problem. | Jul 26 2016 | Wayne Roberts | The latest stats on the death toll from Canada's weak laws on drinking and driving have led to renewed demands that policing be boosted. How about we look to changing the booze culture instead?
Labour | World | Political murder in Cambodia an attempt to intimidate opposition | Jul 26 2016 | Jiselle Hanna, Piergiorgio Moro | Labour updates of workers' struggles from the Asia-Pacific region and the significance of the latest political killing in Cambodia.
Sarah Hoffman
Politics in Canada | NDP moves to end secret Klein-era scheme to offload corporate losses on the public | Jul 26 2016 | David J. Climenhaga | Now that the market for electricity has turned down, corporations are trying to use the secret golden parachute Ralph Klein gave them to bail out of unprofitable deals.
Image: Flickr/Alex Guibord
Politics in Canada | Governments at all levels boast long history of letting Toronto transit broil | Jul 26 2016 | Bonnie Burstow | Toronto Transit is in dire need of an overhaul and indeed constitutes a danger, with different levels of government having contributed to the problem. Action and more equitable choices are in order.
Anti-Racism | Civil Liberties Watch | Political Action | US Politics | The Black Lives Matter Freedom School continues to inspire change | Jul 25 2016 | On July 30, come on out and join the BLMTO Freedom School to protest the incarceration of Jasmine Abdullah and support the migrant hunger strikers.