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Redeye Collective | Maude Barlow believes Stephen Harper will be gone after the next election, as long as people mobilize to vote him out. She tells a Vancouver audience why the Conservatives have to go.
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Karl Nerenberg | The Council of Canadians and the Canadian Federation of Students have gone to court seeking to overturn parts of the Fair Elections Act. If their case is not heard soon, they may seek an injunction.
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Brent Patterson | Could the outcome of the October 2015 federal election be a minority parliament where the issue of a coalition government becomes the key political question?
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Karl Nerenberg | The Council of Canadians, the Canadian Federation of Students and three citizens have launched a constitutional challenge to the Fair Elections Act in Ontario Superior Court.
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Krystalline Kraus | The plan is to convert a pipeline that used to carry natural gas to one that will transport 1.1 million of crude oil per day from Saskatchewan to eventually the East Coast.
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Council of Canadians | As New Brunswickers get ready to vote, the Council of Canadians releases party positions on shale gas, Conservatives missing in action
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Brigette DePape | The Yukon, like B.C., is home to some of the largest shale gas deposits on the planet. Now the Harper Government has set its sights on the moratorium on fracking, in place since 2012.
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rabble staff | Energy East 101, a four-minute handimation gives a comprehensive background on the controversial Energy East pipeline proposed by TransCanada.
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John Bonnar | At a rally Wednesday, organizations from Canada, El Salvador and around the world confronted Canadian-Australian mining company Oceana Gold, whose subsidiary is suing El Salvador for $301 million.
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Photo credit: CUPE
Adrienne Silnicki | We're part way through our campaign to protect, strengthen and expand public health care in Canada and we're thrilled with how the campaign is progressing.
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Maude Barlow, Jennifer Moore | Even before Salvador Sánchez Cerén is inaugurated as President of El Salvador, his administration is saddled with a $301-million liability: a lawsuit over the refusal to allow a gold mine to be built.
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Meera Karunananthan | The Council of Canadians' Blue Planet Project and the Projet d'Accompagnement Guatemala Quebec have launched a new campaign calling for an end to investments in bad mining projects in Guatemala.