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Fred Wilson is the assistant to the President of the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union.

Jack Layton's excellent adventure

Jack Layton's excellent adventure: The election is now an historic opportunity for progressive Canadians and for the social movements to take a place in the mainstream of our politics. Photo: Matt Jiggins/Flickr
The election is now an historic opportunity for progressive Canadians and for the social movements to take a place in the mainstream of our politics.

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Halfway to election day: Here are the choices

The choice is between a narrow economic and social appeal to middle and high-income earners, drenched in self-interest and individualism, and a community based, social vision of the country.
The choice is between a narrow economic and social appeal to middle and high-income earners, drenched in self-interest and individualism, and a community based, social vision of the country.

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Harper's oily case for ethical oil

A walk around refineries near Fort McMurray to heal the tar sands took place in Aug. 2010. Photo: Jason Franson.
First of a series on the politics of oil and Canada's climate change goals.

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Northern Gateway approval: When oil industry decisions become the 'public interest'

| December 20, 2013
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The Line 9 connection to energy security and sustainability

| October 20, 2013
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Harper launches his war on labour with passage of Bill 377

| December 13, 2012
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