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David Peck | Jennifer Abbott and Joel Bakan talk about "The New Corporation," a film about the devastating power of corporations and their role in spiralling inequality.
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Equipment in doctor's office. Photo: Morgan/Flickr
Ed Finn | As long as cancers are profitable and health unprofitable, prevention will be neglected, confined mainly to advising patients not to smoke or gain weight while they continue to be assailed by toxins.
Columnists
Skyscrapers. Photo: Tuxyso/Wikimedia Commons/CC BY-SA 3.0
Ole Hendrickson | The SNC-Lavalin affair rips the veil off the hidden world of corporate influence on government decision-making.
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Gillette packaging. Photo: Terry Donaghe/Flickr
Raluca Bejan | Corporations have always found ways to capitalize on the political climate. Now we're seeing Gillette and Canada Goose commodifying social justice to find new markets.
Columnists
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets with members of the Business Council of Canada. Photo: Adam Scotti/PMO
Duncan Cameron | Behind-the-scenes efforts by corporate executives are underway to bring Trump-like tax reform to Canada, in the form of tax write-offs to boost manufacturing industry profits.
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U.S. President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during their expanded bilateral meeting at the G7 Summit in Charlevoix. Photo: Shealah Craighead/Wikimedia Commons
Brent Patterson | Trudeau spins a "red line" pushed by corporations as the will of Canadians.
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Ed Finn | The social, environmental, and financial excesses of the corporate elite are becoming more obvious all the time, making it easier to expose their antics and fight back.
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Propaganda against Barrick Gold Corp
Redeye Collective | A new book by Todd Gordon and Jeffery R. Webber examines the increasing presence of Canadian mining companies in Latin America and the environmental and human rights abuses that occur as a result.
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Karl Nerenberg | Trump's rhetoric about helping the forgotten people turns out to mean cutting taxes and regulations for the 1%. Canadian Conservatives embrace him while Liberals try to get along.
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Protesters in Seoul, South Korea on Nov. 19, 2016.     IMAGE: JUNG YEON-JE-POOL/
Redeye Collective | President Park is accused of more than a dozen corruption-related offences. Critics say the scandals, which have brought millions onto the streets, expose deep divisions in Korean society.
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Marie Aspiazu | The TPP in its original form may be dead, but some of its poisonous components remain -- and big media lobbyists will continue to push for them. Join us for a mobilization against against the TPP.
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Corporations, Governments and You
Daryn Caister | We draw a narrative from a selection of news to discuss the cultural practices, who has power and why, and the rampant double standards that exist in our current system.