Columnists
Murray Dobbin | The prime minister's obvious contempt for democracy keeps getting underlined by the grotesque corruption of the people he appoints and surrounds himself with.
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Corvin Russell | The right of privacy is essential to democracy and social change. The surveillance state has subverted that right with impunity. So now the spooks must give up their toys.
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Rosia Montana Valley. Photo: BAS Photography on Pbase.
Payal Sampat | Gabriel Resources has been trying for 15 years to impose a huge open-pit gold mining project on Romanians.
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Ehab Lotayef | Two RCMP officers came to see me and informed me that they received a tip that I am a member of the 'Muslim Brotherhood terrorist group' based in Montreal.
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David Christopher | Canada’s Internet is democratically governed, and everyone who cares about the future of Canada’s Internet should be sure to have their say.
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Ehab Lotayef | Without defeating the coup, Egypt faces a bleak future -- quite a contrast to the bright future we imagined in February of 2011.
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Prime Minister Stephen Harper
Christopher Majka | Stephen Harper's intention to once again prorogue Parliament has elicited protest and fulmination. However, is there reason for such outcry? Is this a rogue prorogation or a prorogation by a rogue?
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Roger Annis | The only alternative to President Morsi's government was military rule. So it was reckless in the extreme as well as politically unjustifiable to be demanding its forced removal.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | Mouthing phrases like "free and fair election" does nothing for legitimacy. In fact, if you think about it, we hardly know what we really mean by democracy.
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Rick Salutin | I keep encountering anthropologists (mostly but not only in print) who help more in understanding how the world works today than other experts do, even in their own fields.
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Simon Enoch | On July 19, Regina city clerk Joni Swidnicki announced that the Regina Water Watch petition to force a referendum on the City's plan to for a new wastewater treatment had been deemed invalid.
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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.