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Sep 28 2014 | Holly Adams | Argh! It's that time of year when rigidity in education and playtime is trotted out as a Great Idea, and holly goes nuts over it.
Photo: frugg/flickr
Sep 26 2014 | Linda McQuaig | Don't believe the corporate spin. Policies are leading to a dramatic gap between the rich and the poor of all ages.
Photo: flickr/Stephen Harper
Sep 26 2014 | Kaitlin McNabb | It had to be said. But more positively, it was a great week for good news: transit! feminism! cats! bears! activism!
"The Arctic Council planning a search for Sir John Franklin," by Stephen Pearce
Sep 26 2014 | Correy Baldwin | If this is our national story, then we are telling ourselves the wrong story.
Sep 26 2014 | Piergiorgio Moro | Labour news from the region. Interview with Lee Siewhwa, Malaysian support group for democracy in Thailand, on the repression in Thailand and political prisoners.
Sep 26 2014 | Joseph Boutilier | Joseph Boutilier delivered this speech to supporters when he arrived on Parliament Hill on September 15, following a 5,000 km unicycle ride for climate action from Victoria B.C.
Sep 26 2014 | Idle No More | Indigenous leaders at the People's Climate March in New York spoke to the urgency of climate change and the need for all of us to be #IdleNoMore.
Photo: Elizabeth Littlejohn
Sep 26 2014 | Elizabeth Littlejohn | Our current government is so far behind the collective outpouring of our political will for greenhouse gas reduction that we are doing it ourselves, just as we marched as one on September 21.
Image: Steff Pinch
Sep 26 2014 | Charley Beresford | When services are cut at the federal and provincial level, municipalities are left holding the bag. What is affected? A new survey of B.C. municipalities says almost everything.
Illustration: Jared Rodriguez / t r u t h o u t
Sep 26 2014 | Rick Salutin | Mo3, as friends knew him -- Mohamud Mohamed Mohamud -- from Hamilton and long before that Somalia, died this week in Syria, possibly fighting for ISIS. He was 20.
Sep 26 2014 | Michael Laxer | Need a primer on bigotry, racism, homophobia and misogyny? Look no further than the Fords. Time and time again, they demonstrate all four with their actions and comments.
Photo: Council of Canadians/flickr
Sep 26 2014 | Angella MacEwen | There are a number of reasons to be concerned about the Canadian-European Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (CETA). The first one is that it isn't just a trade deal.
Sep 26 2014 | Jesse McLaren | Naomi Klein's must-read book describes the changes in the climate, the changes in the movement, and inspires us to change ourselves as well—just as her own politics have changed.
Sep 26 2014 | Angela Giles | New Brunswick elected a new government this week that has committed to enacting a moratorium on shale gas in the province. Congratulations for this goes to the anti-shale gas movement.
Photo: flickr/Stephen Harper
Sep 25 2014 | Julie Kaye, Sarah Hunt | New research reveals Canada's role in violence against Aboriginal women.
Photo: flickr/tsaiproject
Sep 25 2014 | Ken Neumann | The tagline "Anything but Harper" just won't cut it in the 2015 federal election and neither will strategic voting. We need to vote for the kind of government we want to replace the Harper regime.
Photo: Rising Tide - Vancouver facebook
Sep 25 2014 | Coast Salish Territories, Rising Tide - Vancouver | Rising Tide - Vancouver, Coast Salish Territories has released a statement in solidarity with Oppenheimer Tent City in Vancouver.
Sep 25 2014 | Victoria Fenner | Episode 158 of rabble radio is about the lives that undocumented migrants face and also about people trying to help them make sense of it all and live their lives.
Write Along Radio Writing Podcast
Sep 25 2014 | Catherine Brunelle, Kevin Johns | We interview Tudor Robins on traditional vs. independent publishing, busting three big myths: the myth of choice, the myth of support and the myth of quality.
Sep 25 2014 | Celia Chandler, Pro Bono | The impending end of operating agreements for housing providers, with its potentially catastrophic results, is an opportunity to bring the issue of affordable housing into the public discourse.