So while I was out in the real world yesterday working up north in Nunavik, this happened in the feminist blogosphere regarding the lack of mainstream feminist coverage of 'Feminism FOR REAL.'
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
Today the CCPA released a study that I authored which examines and debunks one of the biggest contentions of this campaign, that corporate tax cuts create jobs.
Budgets are about choices. With a $250 billion federal budget, the Harper Government is making choices that reflect its values and priorities.
Each of the contributors in Feminism FOR REAL share their own -- often unsettling -- truths, revealing the ways in which they have felt alienated and oppressed within mainstream feminism and academia.
Six major Canadian cities are now in a housing price bubble. To avoid disaster, the federal government needs to move back to the 2006 standard of a maximum 25-year amortization with more money down.
Canada has slipped from 6th place in the world to 24th in terms of infant mortality. With Canada's richest one per cent taking home more money than ever is this surprising?
The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives turned 30 with a celebration and a little of what it does best -- analysis about Canada's future.
Social movements march on little else but the best assessment of what they are up against; that means perceptive thinking can be transformational -- the CCPA is an important source to this philosophy.
On Nov. 18, the CCPA celebrated its 30th anniversary with a conference which featured a keynote address by columnist and author Linda McQuaig.
The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives