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Jerry Dias on the last three years of organizing -- and what comes next for Unifor

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When Jerry Dias was elected president of Unifor in 2013 at its founding convention, he had an ambitious agenda. At its second national convention, he reflects on what's next.

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| August 30, 2016

Coulten Boushie shooting sparks racist backlash in Saskatchewan

Coulten Boushie's death has revealed the deep roots of anti-Indigenous racism in the Prairie provinces.

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Giants of Africa brings stories of young basketball players to the screen

Photo credit: Giants of Africa film
Giants of Africa takes viewers to special basketball camps set up by Raptors General Manager Masai Ujiri, the first and only African-born manager of an NBA team.

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| August 26, 2016

Gender binary myth persists at Rio Olympics

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The controversy around Caster Semenya's eligibility to participate in women's track at the 2016 Olympics brings to light one of society's most persistent and destructive myths.

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Bank of Canada really needs some new marching orders

Every five years the federal finance minister updates the "marching orders" that guide the Bank of Canada and its conduct of monetary policy. The time is right for some new thinking.

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These 12 countries have yet to ratify the TPP. But will they?

Twelve countries have yet to ratify the TPP. Here's what they think of the agreement, and it doesn't look good for the TPP.

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Elizabeth May will stay on as Green Party leader

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Elizabeth May announced she will stay on as Green Party leader on Monday at a press conference on Pariliament Hill.

"After much reflection and consideration, I am honoured to continue to serve as leader of the Green Party of Canada," said May in a statement before the press conference.



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