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Book Review
Oct 13, 2011
Hope is Better than Fear

Jane Doe remembers Jack

Jane Doe
In this excerpt from the newly published eBook, Hope Is Better Than Fear, Jane Doe reflects on Jack Layton's work to further feminist goals.
Book Review
Apr 28, 2011

Eugene Forsey: Canada's maverick senator

Helen Forsey
In this excerpt, writer and activist Helen Forsey remembers her father, senator, constitutional expert and rabble rouser, Eugene.
Book Review
Sep 30, 2010

The Trouble With Billionaires

Linda McQuaig and Neil Brooks
In this excerpt from their new book Linda McQuaig and Neil Brooks propose solutions to the trouble with billionaires.
Book Review
Jan 7, 2010

The Fraser Institute's school of spin

Donald Gutstein
In this excerpt from his latest book, Donald Gutstein exposes the Fraser Institute's school programs that work "toward changing the climate of opinion in Canada."
Book Review
Nov 14, 2008

Food for thought

Sally Miller
Food, one of the basic necessities of life, has vast potential as a powerful agent for economic and cultural change. So says Sally Miller in her newly released book, Edible Action.
Book Review
Nov 6, 2008

A parenting guide for the rest of us

Jessica Mills
Jessica Mills, a touring punk musician, silversmith, anarchist and pacifist writes on her experiences as a punk parent.
Book Review
Oct 30, 2008

Lifestyles of the rich and shameless

Greg Palast
Hervé Kempf, environment editor of Le Monde, has published a searing critique of environmental devastation at the hands of the "hyper-rich."
Book Review
Oct 17, 2008
 The Harper Record

Understanding Stephen Harper

Steve Patten
After Tuesday's election, Canadians woke up Wednesday morning to another minority Conservative government. One of the biggest stories to emerge from this election has been the low voter turnout.
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