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Murray Dobbin | With projections for record corporate profits and slow economic growth, Canadian workers are facing a ruthlessly indifferent combining of corporations and the state.
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Ajamu Nangwaya | Capitalism is a problem. A big problem. All forms of capitalism are unacceptable and revolting to justice, solidarity and equity.
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Amy Goodman | Net neutrality: The Internet's protection against discrimination.
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Naomi Klein | Climate change can be a "People's Shock," a blow from below. In this excerpt from her new book, Naomi Klein exposes climate change as the unfinished business of liberation. What can we do about it?
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Jim Stanford | Canada's outstanding work to invent the world's most promising vaccine against Ebola perfectly epitomizes both the promise of public research, and the perverse incentives of the for-profit industry.
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Pro Bono, Kirsten Iler | Controversy erupted amongst Canadian lawyers when the Canadian Bar Association decided to intervene in a long-running case brought against Chevron by Indigenous peoples in Ecuador. Here's why.
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Murray Dobbin | To regain our political agency and address our crisis in democracy, perhaps we need to start at the political equivalent of the molecular level, with the most basic human principles of kindness.
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Brad Hornick | We are locked into a system that keeps us fossil fuel dependent. B.C. needs to develop an alternative energy economy that meets social and ecological needs and releases the fossil fuel stranglehold.
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Linda McQuaig | For years now, public commentary about taxes has been dominated by a rabid anti-tax movement, but recent rumblings from the progressive side of the tax debate have threatened to shake things up.
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Bruce Livesey | The offshore tax haven issue speaks to one of the Great Lies currently promulgated by conservative, liberal and even social democratic governments: which is that governments are broke.
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Jonathan Flanders | Railroad industry watchers have predicted even more exponential growth for the "pipeline on rails" boom in the shadow of the stalled Keystone pipeline plans.
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Murray Dobbin | Our current incarnation of capitalism -- variously referred to as savage capitalism, extreme capitalism or euphemistically as the "free market" -- is in one of its periodic crises.