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Petitions against Kinder Morgan's pipeline delivered to NEB hearings

On Thursday, petitions against Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline were delivered to the NEB hearings.

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Harvesting Freedom campaign fights for permanent residency for migrant farmworkers

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Migrant farmworkers are calling on Trudeau for permanent residency upon arrival.

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Warning: Global economic inequality has reached new levels

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The world's 62 richest people have as much wealth as the poorest 50 per cent. And global inequality continues to get ever more extreme.

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Trudeau needs to push for a feminist public policy

Speaking in Davos, the prime minister made himself clear on one important point: he is a feminist. What does this mean for Canadian politics?

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Postmedia cuts journalists, rewards bosses

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Postmedia newspapers have cut 90 journalists. All while giving the bosses millions in bonuses.

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Hundreds protest ongoing Kinder Morgan NEB hearings

On Saturday, hundreds showed up to protest the "public" Kinder Morgan NEB hearings that weren't so public.

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It's game over for pipelines, if Trudeau keeps his promises

With the Liberals committed to implementing all 94 TRC recommendations and having signed onto the Paris climate agreement, do their policies mean game over for new (and existing) pipelines?

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Right-wing newspapers take over media markets in four more cities

Is there hope for Canadian media?

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Chronicle Herald newsroom worker prepare to strike as talks break off

As "last-ditch" contract talks break off at the Halfiax Chronicle, newsroom workers prepare for strike.

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