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Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver
David J. Climenhaga | Temporary emphasis on the Northern Gateway pipeline does not indicate any diminishment in the commitment of the Conservative-corporate axis to see Canadian oil pumped south to Texas.
Podcast
Cathi Bond watches Aftershock
Cathi Bond | Don't miss Aftershock, a riveting political flick about a family rebuilding after the Tangshan Quake in 1976.
Podcast
Redeye
Sean Mullen | Researchers visited the Chinese factories where iPhone, iPad and iTouch products are made. They interviewed workers about the working conditions there.
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Andrew Jackson | The IMF World Economic Outlook notes that the desired process of rebalancing global demand from countries with large trade deficits to countries with large trade surpluses is not going very well.
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Ben Parfitt | Is aggressive marketing of the lowest value of all forest products -- raw logs -- along with growing shipments of low-value commodity lumber products to China a wise move for B.C.'s forest industry?
Activist Toolkit
| InMediaHK aims to protect freedom of speech in Hong Kong
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Sarah Laskow | President Obama made an energy speech this week that had little new to offer, while on Capitol Hill, Republicans were pushing to relieve the government of its last options to limit carbon emissions.
Podcast
Piergiorgio Moro, Diana Beaumont, Jiselle Hanna | We speak to returning Asia Pacific Currents presenter Diana Beaumont about life and work in southern China.
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Sarah Laskow | President Obama and Chinese President Hu Jintao touched on energy issues in the bilateral summit between the two countries this week.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | As the host of the Toronto G20 summit, Canada sabotaged the French/U.K. proposal to introduce a bank tax, and refused discussion of a Financial Transactions Tax. This set the stage for the Seoul flop.
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Sarah Laskow | Weekly Mulch: For Cancun Climate Summit, Activists Consider the Long View
Podcast
Lorraine Chisholm | The Canada Tibet Committee was outside the shareholder's meeting for China Gold International Resources in Vancouver in October, bringing attention to the Canadian mining industry's role in Tibet.