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Mercury-contaminated waterways need to be cleaned up. Now.

Reseach shows the decades-long contamination in the waterways near Grassy Narrows First Nation can be cleaned up, but no commitment by the government has been made.

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This IMF publication just found that austerity produces undesirable consequences

Can you believe it? The very pro-austerity IMF actually said that. Here's why it matters.

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The House will vote on physician-assisted dying legislation June 6

The House is back and preparing to deal with the physician-assisted dying legislation, which the Supreme Court instructed the government to enact by June 6.

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Christy Clark faces criticism over $150,000 donation. Here's why.

One might ask why Christy Clark donated $150,000 to a federally funded school. All you have to do is follow the (non-existent) paper trail.

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What to know about the Liberal and Conservative party conventions

The Liberals and Conservatives are holding overlapping party conventions. What can we expect from each one? Read here.

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Promise broken: Trudeau fails to deliver support to Indigenous post-secondary students

The Liberals promised to invest $50 million per year to support Indigenous post-secondary students. Instead, they've decided to invest no new funding.

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Anti-war groups target CANSEC 2016, protest global arms trade

Photo: twitter/@KevinShimmin
Homes not Bombs staged several actions protesting CANSEC 2016 and Canada's involvement in the global arms trade.

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The connection between global security, human well-being and climate change

As several countries are inundated by the effects of climate change, there remains an urgent need to discuss the causes and solutions.

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Prohibitive restrictions to new abortion drug may temper effectiveness

Many health experts are citing flaws in Health Canada's approval of abortion drug Mifepristone that could affect access.

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The employment insurance program is not working. Here's why.

Qualifying for employment insurance based on your postal code is not working. Carleton University economist Frances Woolley discusses why with rabble labour reporter Teuila Fuatai.

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