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Keira Kang | Racialized Canadians, women and Indigenous peoples have limited access to economic development in the labour force. The federal government's just transition policies must address these inequalities.
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Marc Belanger, C. Marie Ainsborough, Derek Blackadder | RadioLabour Canada Report: Labour's fight for a just transition to green economies.
Columnists
Ole Hendrickson | Why is talk of not building new pipelines and leaving fossil fuels in the ground now so divisive? We've made our commitment at the Paris climate talks -- now let's honour it.
Columnists
Naomi Klein | Well, the Leap is certainly in the news. Many articles have been filled with errors and misrepresentations, which isn't surprising. We should expect more, however, from commentators on the left.
News
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Paul Weinberg | Gordon Laxer knows Canadian petro politics. In this interview, Laxer discusses Canada's dependency on fossil fuels, the economic situation in Alberta and how to tackle climate change.
Blog
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Andrea Harden-Donahue | Last week's budget directly mentions green infrastructure spending and the need to address climate change. But is it enough? And how exactly will the money be spent? These are key questions.
News
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Alyse Kotyk | Prime Minister Trudeau made several climate change-related announcements this week, yet meaningful Indigenous consultation was limited.
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Brent Patterson | The Council of Canadians is looking to the federal and provincial governments to commit to "a 100 per cent clean economy by 2050" at a first minister's meeting in Vancouver on Thursday March 3.
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Seth Klein | Today we need a federal government that can lead us not into battle against other nations, but rather, into the fight for our collective future.
News
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Tania Ehret | Who is really benefiting when we speak about economic growth? David Suzuki and Peter Victor discuss economic strategies and the environmental movement at a panel in Vancouver.
Columnists
Ole Hendrickson | With the economy, health and the environment so closely intertwined, Canadians want to know where the major parties stand on the environment. Ole Hendrickson looks at how party platforms stack up.
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various | The economy is one of the most critical ballot-box issues facing Canadian voters this election. CCPA staff share the questions they would like the leaders to answer tonight.