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Duncan Cameron | When the reign of Elizabeth II, a long-serving monarch, ends, it would be appropriate for Canada to update the Constitution to reflect current political realities.
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Rick Salutin | The Arab Spring wasn't an event with a result to preserve, it was a piece of process. Same for democratization.
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Amy Goodman | Independence Day should serve not as a blind celebration of the government, but as a moment to reflect on the central place in our history of grassroots democracy movements.
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Democracy Watch | People in politics need job descriptions, and strong transparency, ethics and accountability rules, to ensure they fulfill their public duties properly
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Matthew Behrens | A compilation of interview results undertaken as part of the Security Certificate Initiative (SCI), conducted in 2009 among seven departments, is a straight-up portrait of the banality of evil.
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Rick Salutin | Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden are young male models of heroism, duty and self-sacrifice like the Hardy Boys or Tom Swift once were. They're the Horatio Whistleblowers of our time.
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Karl Nerenberg | The public has very little way of knowing what Nigel Wright, as the Prime Minister's Chief of staff, did with that million dollar fund, which was entirely at his disposal.
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Janet Newbury | Now that the B.C. election is over, those of us who are passionate about civic engagement need to do what we can to understand political disengagement and hopefully alter its course.
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Rick Salutin | I'll miss Peter Worthington, Canada's archetypal right-wing journalist, who died this week at 86. I say that without irony or subtext. I'll just miss him.
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Democracy Watch | Today, Democracy Watch renewed its call for a public inquiry into Elections Canada following a recent report highlighting major systemic issues with the 2011 federal election.
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Thomas Ponniah | Professor Henry Giroux, one of North America's most famous theorists, will be speaking at a conference on "Rethinking Pedagogy" at George Brown College on Thursday, May 16.
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rabble staff | This week's Bangladeshi factory disaster comes five months after a massive fire killed at least 112 garment workers at Bangladesh's Tazreen factory.