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Elizabeth May

Fossil fuel economy has short and painful future

| December 16, 2013
December 13, 2013 |
Canada Post's plan to end urban door to door delivery while increasing postage rates is both shockingly bad business and bad for the communities the crown corporation serves.

100 Spending Cuts Under Harper Government

If you’re concerned about the Harper government’s decision to axe CIDA and close multiple Veterans’ Affairs Offices (or just need something to show your staunchly Conservative grandpa over the holidays), check out this guide from the Toronto Star on “more than 100 previous and planned cuts under Stephen Harper’s Conservative government.”


From parents to Aboriginals to newcomers – turns out no one is safe from Harper’s chopping block. 



Stephen Harper and his attack on science

Photo: flickr/Chris Yakimov
The nature of the Harper government's attack on science is broad and far-reaching. Chris Turner clearly and comprehensively documents the nature of this attack in his new book The War on Science.

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Wanted: 35 people to put us over the top

| December 4, 2013
November 29, 2013 |
Veterans and the workers who serve them say it will be impossible for eight Client Service Agents to make up for the work of the 89 front line workers in Veterans Affairs offices slated for closure.
November 27, 2013 |
Federal Conservatives said they could spend in excess of $100 billion on warships and will again cut corporate taxes, while standing firm on removing $8.2 billion in health-care funding for Ontario.
November 27, 2013 |
It is inappropriate for the Harper government to bring in sweeping labour law changes through an omnibus budget implementation bill, making proper consultation and consideration much more difficult.
November 13, 2013 |
Do you believe that it's unacceptable to compromise safety for passengers on Canada's airlines?
November 11, 2013 |
ILO has ruled the Conservative Bill C-33 which takes away the right to strike for pilots and machinists at Air Canada violates freedom of association, the right to organize and collective bargaining.
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