Alice Klein

Alice Klein is the co-founder, editor and CEO of Toronto's longest-running free alternative newsweekly, NOW Magazine and NOW Communications Inc. Her regular rabble column appears courtesy of NOW Magazine.

Alice Klein
Columnists
Oct 8, 2009

Climate politics on the way to Copenhagen

We're in the run-up to the December UN climate summit in Copenhagen that will determine how the planet will weather the future, so don't expect things to settle down before the year ends.
Columnists
Sep 24, 2009

Politics with Don Newman

Who doesn't feel queasy about federal politics these days? Add former CBC senior parliamentary editor and Newsworld Politics host Don Newman, who can finally speak his mind.
Columnists
Aug 13, 2009

Predicting the shape of economic recovery

I seek out Canadian economist Jeff Rubin to get beyond the ABCs now that "U," "V" and the dreaded double-dipping "W" are no longer letters but the shapes of predicted economic recovery.
Columnists
Jul 9, 2009

Reactor relief

Recession and climate politics are combining to shake up the pro-nuclear narrative big time, despite industry hopefuls who thought the atomic option was poised to win the low-carbon sweepstakes.
Columnists
Jun 18, 2009

Ignatieff and Harper fail report card test

The exam is on the economy, and Michael Ignatieff and Stephen Harper are both way off the mark. It isn't just how much we spend; it's what we get for our money that will make all the difference.
Columnists
Jun 4, 2009

GM reinvents more than itself

Is it possible that the GM bail-out is a case of real-life experience that has gone so far off the rails that it's actually nudging us toward an entirely new paradigm?
Columnists
May 21, 2009

Cloudy forecast

As U.S. climate initiatives rev into real action, it shamefully ain't our love that we Canucks are sending stateside. Canada's offering is all about trade threats and obstruction.
Columnists
Apr 30, 2009

Meet the new boss

The auto companies, by virtue of huge public investment and worker ownership, are being transformed into a new form of social enterprise.

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