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Columnists
Sep 28, 2010

The faux populism of Tea Party North

Toronto mayoral candidate Rob Ford is backed by Harper Finance Minister Jim Flaherty. The faux populists plan to turn public anger into power for themselves, and use the political process to do it.
Columnists
Sep 17, 2010

Books are not sacred

Well, Terry Jones backed off on the Koran burning. So what? Why should any rational person care if someone burns a Koran, or a Bible, the Sears catalogue or a Donald Duck comic book?
News
Sep 17, 2010
Rupert Murdoch at the 2009 Davos World Economic Forum. Photo: World Economic Forum/flickr

Harper's meeting with Murdoch -- the real story

Donald Gutstein
The News Corp. owner is a patient man. He can offer support for a 'Fox News North', sit back as his ideas take shape in Canada, and quietly meet the prime minister when he likes.
Photos
Sep 14, 2010
Photo: Kevin Edmonds.

The hidden costs of Canada's banana market

Kevin Edmonds
Abuses against banana growers are rife as western multi-nationals squeeze all the goodness and money out of Canada's love affair with that delectable fruit.
News
Sep 14, 2010
Photo: Kevin Edmonds.

The hidden costs of Canada's banana market

Kevin Edmonds
Abuses against banana growers are rife as western multi-nationals squeeze all the goodness and money out of Canada's love affair with that delectable fruit.
Photos
Sep 9, 2010
A candlelight vigil in Union Square, New York, September 2001. Photo: September Mourning/Flickr

Let's make September 11 a day without war

Amy Goodman
The ninth anniversary of the September 11 attacks on the United States should serve as a moment to reflect on tolerance, says Amy Goodman.
News
Sep 3, 2010

Who is the next terrorist? Your neighbour next door!

Monia Mazigh
Four young men stand accused in Ottawa. When governments define what a terrorist is, it results in stereotyping, mistakes, and lost years for the wrongly accused. Ask Maher Arar and Mohamed Harkat.

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