Podcast
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Victoria Fenner | In the first of our "rabble rousers to watch" podcasts, we have a conversation about Engage Barrie, a group trying to bring about progressive political change in a very conservative city.
Blog
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Maya Bhullar | Community organizer Robin Browne speaks about his work to change how Ottawa police address mental-health crises and reflects on his decades of activism to confront systemic anti-Black racism.
Blog
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Doreen Nicoll | Ontario's Wellington County will be hard hit by Nestlé's plans to sell its North American bulk bottled-water business to a private equity firm.
Podcast
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Marc Belanger, RadioLabour | Ontario's unions say Bill 124, which restricts wage increases and benefit improvements in the public sector, violates bargaining rights enshrined in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Podcast
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Marc Belanger, RadioLabour | The Ontario Health Coalition organized an online rally to protest 3,638 deaths -- and counting -- in long-term care homes. Labour organizations are demanding action.
Blog
Protesters hold signs about homelessness in front of the Toronto sign at Toronto City Hall (Image: Photo by Cathy Crowe)
Cathy Crowe | As 2020 comes to an end, homeless people remain severely vulnerable. However, this year has seen some heroes step up.
News
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Karl Nerenberg | Conservation authorities have long had a central role in regulating development in Ontario. The Ford government's 2020 budget bill eviscerates their power.
Podcast
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Marc Belanger, RadioLabour | RadioLabour's Canada Report: The Ontario government has $9 billion to spend on schools, but refuses. Violence against women transport workers. And more.
News
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Chelsea Nash | If health-care workers had whistleblower protections, we may have known more about dangerous COVID-19 conditions sooner.
Columnists
Ontario Premier Doug Ford. Image: FordNation/Facebook
Rick Salutin | Like former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher, Ontario Premier Doug Ford attacks the so-called "nanny state" while embodying it in word and action.
News
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Chelsea Nash | The provincial government is recruiting unemployed workers from retail and other sectors to fill staffing gaps in long-term care.
Blog
Palestinian flags outside of Queen's Park. Image: Courtesy of Just Peace Advocates
Karen Rodman | Bill 168, if passed into legislation, would require the government of Ontario to be guided by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance's controversial working definition of anti-Semitism.