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Benjamin Rempel | As we approach the one-year mark of navigating a pandemic, Canadian adults owe children an apology.
Podcast
Koba Konesavarathan | This highly informative interview addresses the common concerns about communism that exists in the community.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | Is there any reason to think strikes and the unions which call them will ever reacquire the aura of romance and moral legitimacy they once had? Yes, there is.
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Jamil Mahmood | The success of Winnipeg student athletes who grew up playing basketball at the Spence Neighbourhood Association is an example of what happens when we invest in inner-city youth.
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Brent Patterson | The Council of Canadians Game-Changers campaign was at Ryerson University in Toronto earlier this week, with Youth Vote campaigner Brigette DePape.
Columnists
June Chua | Girls Rock Camp may only be one week but it's loaded with rich experiences, learning moments and collaborations -- creating a space for girls to explore music and build skills.
Podcast
Victoria Fenner | Unifor, Canada's largest private sector union, hosted a conference called The Good Jobs Summit on October 3-6, 2014. Here are some highlights.
Book Review
Laurel Golio, Diana Scholl | Read the unique stories of LGBTQ youth from across Canada and the U.S. in new photo journalism project 'We Are the Youth'.
Podcast
Victoria Fenner | Listen to highlights from day two of the Peoples' Social Forum, including: being an activist in Alberta, creating a Department of Peace, and independent media in Canada.
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Kayle Hatt | The Parliamentary Finance Committee has been researching youth unemployment. Missing in their new report are big ideas to actually tackle the problem of youth unemployment.
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Angella MacEwen | Mark it in your calendars folks. March 25, 2014 is the day that the Canadian labour shortage myth officially died. (It may, of course, be resurrected as a zombie).
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Kayle Hatt | It sounds like the federal government is going to try to help young people struggling to find employment. But when you look at the details in the budget, it's clear this is a measure for messaging.