Podcast
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Victoria Fenner | rabble labour beat reporter Zaid Noorsumar talks about why he decided to focus on home and long-term care in Ontario and what he's learned.
Columnists
United Teachers Los Angeles March for Public Education, December 15, 2018. Photo: waltarrrrr/Flickr
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | If the Los Angeles teachers are any indication of what's to come, the privatizers and their champion in Washington, D.C. may have met their match.
Podcast
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Scott Neigh | David McDonald speaks about an upcoming conference that will help us move from the defensive politics of anti-privatization towards building an agenda-setting pro-public movement.
Activist Toolkit
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| Here are some great tools from CUPE to challenge infrastructure privatization initiatives
Blog
"Marea Blanca" protest against health privatization in Spain. Photo: Adolfo Lujan/flickr
David A. McDonald | Privatization has been given ample chance to succeed and has come up short. Evidence is building that people are able to reclaim public services and usher in a new generation of public ownership.
RabbleTV
Humberto DaSilva | Russian hackers planted malware in Hydro One computers, but the best of Ontario's electricity systems had already been hacked away by a government a little closer to home.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | How is the Canadian public interest served by bringing in private financiers to make money operating and owning what rightfully belongs to Canadian citizens?
Blog
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Simon Enoch | The Saskatchewan government's recent legislative efforts to define what is -- and what is not -- "privatization," has left us all floundering in a game of useless semantics.
Columnists
Linda McQuaig | While privatizing our airports would mean millions in profits for the banks and law firms involved, aviation authorities say Canadian air travellers would face higher costs to cover corporate profits.
Blog
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Jim Silver | Carlo Fanelli's book Megacity Malaise makes the case for civic unions as front-line defenders against continued neoliberal attacks directed at those who are not at all the cause of our urban problems.
Blog
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Brent Patterson | There are growing concerns about how the Trudeau government will fund its promised $120 billion in infrastructure spending over the next decade.
Blog
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Cheryl Lysy | Keeping the Manitoba Liquor Control Commission public benefits not only employees and customers, but those accessing different health-care and addiction programs in Manitoba.