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Sarah Miller | The B.C. premier made a donation of $150,000 to a federally funded First Nations school with no request or paper trail, that ends up benefiting her brother in a business deal worth millions.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | The scariest signal yet sent by the Trudeau government was bringing English "deliverologist" Sir Michael Barber, to their Alberta cabinet retreat, to tell them how they're doing.
Podcast
Rules Are For The Poor… Suckers!
Daryn Caister | The Panama Papers scandal is all over the news, but what are the implications for the environment, and possibly more importantly why does no one seem surprised?
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John Baglow | With both hands tied behind its back, Elections Canada could not access evidence of deliberate vote suppression in 2011. That's not quite the exoneration that the Conservatives are claiming.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Xiomara Castro was largely expected to win the presidency on November 24 but came in with only 29% of the vote. Independent journalist and photographer Murray Bush brings us this eye-witness account.
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Common Frontiers | After careful consideration of our own observations of the electoral process in Honduras we find the presidential elections to be inconsistent with democratic principles and rife with fraud.
Columnists
Paula Boutis, Pro Bono | The issue of paying fundraisers in the context of charitable donations has been a controversial one for some time. Charities are obligated to devote their resources exclusively to charitable purposes.
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Council of Canadians | Lawyers for the Conservative Party MPs in the seven ridings being challenged have filed motions asking that the applicants file security for the Conservative MPs’ costs for a total amount of $250,000!
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Steven Shrybman | There is a remedy to the robocalls under the Elections Canada Act that many may not be aware of, in s. 524(1) of the Act.
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rabble staff | Pat Martin: "The Conservatives have once again lowered the bar of ethical standards... and undermined the integrity of our electoral institutions in a way that is unprecedented in Canadian politics."
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Lindsay Beyerstein | A proposed program to cover counseling sessions for seniors on end-of-life care has risen from the ashes of health-care reform and found a new life in Medicare regulations.
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Dave Markland | Officials are ready to announce that Karzai won less than half the vote in the Aug. 20 elections. The Obama administration supports a deal to avert a run-off vote.