Podcast
Anti-Black city-building and Black community resistance in Halifax
Scott Neigh | Community activist LaMeia Reddick and scholar Ted Rutland talk about histories of anti-Black city-building in Halifax and Black community survival, resistance, and thriving.
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Podcast
Prisoner justice – from speaking out to organizing on the ground
Scott Neigh | Poet, educator, and organizer El Jones talks about the fight for prisoner justice and about the importance of moving from speaking up to taking action.
Podcast
Saskatoon Night Skyline
Victoria Fenner | From the Press Progress Summit 2017, an exploration of how to build Canada’s progressive future at the most local of political levels – our cities and towns.
News
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Meagan Gillmore | Chronicle Herald workers who were on strike for 19 months have mixed feelings about the eight-year deal that passed with 94 per cent approval from the Halifax Typographical Union.
Blog
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Yves Engler | Canada's 150th anniversary offers a unique opportunity to shed light on some darker corners of Canadian history. One of the dustier chapters is our contribution to one of the most barbarous regimes
Blog
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Stephen Kimber | Whatever your position on development, you need to ask those who seek to represent you their views on development generally, and projects specifically planned for your district.
Blog
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Stephen Kimber | Last week, Halifax police outlined what women who take cabs "can do for their own personal safety."
Blog
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Errol Salamon | The union requires the 57 Herald workers to spend at least 20 hours of their time per week supporting the strike effort to earn strike pay.
News
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Teuila Fuatai | The HTU, representing 57 editorial staff currently on strike, announced this afternoon a week of negotiations with management at the Halifax Chronicle Herald had ended unsuccessfully.
Blog
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Stephen Kimber | If it's become acceptable for developers to apply to bend municipal planning strategy, should it not be just as possible for ordinary citizens to seek similar exceptions in the public interest?
Blog
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David J. Climenhaga | The Alberta government should legislate a minimum wage close to the living wage, and it should do it fast enough to have an impact on poverty.