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| December 10, 2014
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| December 5, 2014
| November 26, 2014
November 21, 2014 |
A new report warns that controversial investor protection rules in the proposed CETA could expose Canada to a new wave of corporate lawsuits that restrict the powers of all levels of governments.
| November 20, 2014
Image: Flickr/Mehr Demokratie
| October 28, 2014
Image: Flickr/pmwebphotos
| October 17, 2014
October 14, 2014 |
What are the realities of CETA: Threats to public services like the NHS to eroded worker rights to a world in which no institution is safe from the clutches of privatization.

CETA: Putting corporations ahead of Canadians

Photo: pmwebphotos/flickr

By sheer coincidence, the media has recently been filled with stories that reflect the parallel universes we seem to be living in. The first were the stories about the international climate summit and the huge climate march (and hundreds of smaller ones) that preceded it -- punctuated by the launch of Naomi Klein's powerful call-to-action book This Changes Everything: Capitalism versus the Climate adding to the power of the moment.


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CETA: All power to the oil companies

Photo: flickr/Stephen Harper
Just as governments need to get deadly serious about reducing our dependence on fossil fuels, with CETA they are tying their own hands through new restrictions on their right to regulate.

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