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Trish Hennessy | When it comes to regulations, Canadians trust their government is on the job.
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Gerry Caplan | There are more filthy rich folks now than at any other moment in history and they're leveraging their astounding wealth to make sure they get filthier at the expense of the rest of us.
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Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives | Canada's richest one per cent are taking more of the gains from economic growth than ever before in recorded history, says a new report by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.
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Michelle Gregus | The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives turned 30 with a celebration and a little of what it does best -- analysis about Canada's future.
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Duncan Cameron | 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.
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rabbleTV | On Nov. 18, the CCPA celebrated its 30th anniversary with a conference which featured a keynote address by columnist and author Linda McQuaig.
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rabbleTV | Ed Broadbent, one of Canada's most respected progressive sages, sat down with the CCPA's Trish Hennessy to talk about the Canada he grew up in and how it's changed over his lifetime.
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Seth Klein | If the 492 Tamil asylum-seekers who recently arrived by boat on B.C.'s shores are "queue-jumpers," then I guess my parents were too.
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Ellen Russell | Canada likes to think of itself as the country that emerged from the financial crisis squeaky clean. Too bad it is abdicating a leadership role in creating a safer financial system going forward.
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rabbleTV | The income gap between the rich and the rest has been growing, in good times and in bad. Learn more about it with this video.
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Trish Hennessy | CEOs, financial wizards and their ilk apparently need annual million dollar bonuses as their work incentive.
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Duncan Cameron | In order to pass laws, any minority government needs a parliamentary majority. Thus, no prime minister can continue to hold power without creating a formal, or (less often) informal coalition.