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VIDEO: Members of CUPE 3903 vote to reject York University offer

CUPE 3903, representing teaching assistants, contract faculty, and research assistants at York, has been negotiating new contracts for its three units, all of whom have been without a contract since August 2014.

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| February 27, 2015

Recommendations on stopping violence against MMIW ignored by government

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Hundreds of recommendations go unimplemented: Legal Strategy Coalition demands greater government commitment and accountability to ending violence against Indigenous women and girls.

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Indie Inside: Sister Says

Sister Says is a soulful genre-bending pop duo/band based out of Vancouver fronted by siblings Gillian and Robert Thomson. Not your typical soulful jam or singer-songwriter duo, their music pulses with the soul, telling heartbreak tales and stories about the wonderful and ever-changing conundrum that is life. Throughout the years Sister Says has had the opportunity to perform diverse shows that include: The TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival, The Islands Folk Fest in Duncan, The Talking Stick Festival in Vancouver, and at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto opening for Stars and Blackie and the Rodeo Kings.

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| February 18, 2015
| February 12, 2015

Tonight: Jeff Halper -- Imagining a future for Israel/Palestine beyond fear and violence

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Dr. Jeff Halper, a Jewish-American Israeli and founder of the Israeli Committee against Home Demolitions (ICHD), will talk about the changes he has seen in Israel since 1973.

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Harper vs. Canada: Five Ways of Looking at the Conservative Regime

The new book by rabble's Parliamentary reporter, Karl Nerenberg, shares insight into the often opaque workings of Harper's Parliament.

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Watch LIVE February 10: Jeff Halper -- Imagining a future for Israel/Palestine beyond fear and violence

Watch live February 10 from Surrey, B.C.  Dr. Jeff Halper, a Jewish-American Israeli and founder of the Israeli Committee against Home Demolitions (ICHD), will talk about the changes he has seen in Israel since 1973.  What are his hopes for moving beyond the current violence?

Dr. Halper is making a cross-Canada tour, stopping in many locations across the Country.
To attend in person:  Norwood United Church 8855 156th Street (corner 88th Ave), Surrey

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