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Mar 12 2014 | Karl Nerenberg | Pauline Marois' Parti Québecois has recruited union-busting Quebecor media boss Pierre Karl Péladeau as a star candidate. What's wrong with this picture?
Mar 12 2014 | Tania Ehret | Fun-loving Vancouver dodgeball fans and community builders alike, come out to play! If you haven't heard of the Double Rainbow Dodgeball league, read on.
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Mar 12 2014 | David J. Climenhaga | PC strategists will be trying to spin yesterday's $600-million LRT financing announcement into a victory for Alberta's premier instead of Edmonton's steadfast young mayor.
Mar 12 2014 | Steffanie Pinch | The Canadian Union of Postal Workers is a radical union that has learned how to organize for sustained success. Activists can use these lessons to save Canada Post!
Mar 12 2014 | Karl Nerenberg | Olivia Chow is resigning from Parliament and running for Mayor of Toronto. Karl Nerenberg writes about the effect her departure will have on Parliament, and Canada.
Mar 12 2014 | Adrienne Silnicki | If we're going to convince the provinces and territories to strengthen public health care, we have to stop the federal government from abandoning their responsibilities and underfunding health care.
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Mar 12 2014 | Nora Loreto | Second update from the campaign trail in Québec: The sovereigntist owner of Québecor, Pierre Karl Péladeau, has declared his candidacy for the Parti Québecois.
Mar 12 2014 | Roger Annis | Quebec's minority Parti Québécois government launched the election campaign with a one-two right-wing punch.
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Mar 12 2014 | Rising Tide | Rising Tide stands in solidarity with container truckers striking against Port Metro Vancouver and their efforts to exploit workers and suppress protests.
Mar 11 2014 | Redeye Collective | The Nakwaxda'xw and Gwa'sala people were forcibly removed from their homelands in 1964. Now a new film by Lisa Jackson tells the story of their dislocation and of their fight to return.
Mar 11 2014 | The F Word | Ariana Barer speaks with Caity Goerke about her recent blog post published on the F Word site called, "What do Her and The Social Network have in common? A lot about him."
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Mar 11 2014 | Stephen Kimber | Last week, Emera -- the parent company of Nova Scotia Power, the once-over-lightly regulated, essentially-a-monopoly utility -- announced its annual orgy of buck-passing to its top executives.
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Mar 11 2014 | Duncan Cameron | The 33-day campaign until Quebec election day on April 7 kicked off last week. Here are the top surprises so far.
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Mar 11 2014 | David J. Climenhaga | If the reputed Progressive Conservative caucus rebels are going to rebel against Premier Alison Redford, they need to do so quickly or forget it.
Mar 11 2014 | John Bonnar | UVic nursing researcher and report co-author Dr. Bernie Pauly said, "All of the MAP participants successfully maintained their housing and had improved health outcomes."
Mar 11 2014 | Stuart Trew | I'm here in Brussels this week for a transatlantic NGO strategy session on the EU trade deals with the United States and Canada.
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Mar 11 2014 | rabble staff | Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, the Maple Spring's most recognizable face, offers a straight-forward account about how the student strike felt from the inside.
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Mar 11 2014 | Geoffrey Stevens | The Senate scandal is bound to rebound before the election, revealing that Harper's PMO need to control everything.
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Mar 11 2014 | H.G. Watson | They've never unionized before. Can Unifor organize Toyota? This is Unifor's first high-profile test of organizing strength and they'll need to overcome 30 years of stigma in order to be successful.
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Mar 11 2014 | various | Greenpeace has given its voice in support of a national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women in Canada in the form of an open letter to Stephen Harper.