|Blog David J. Climenhaga | "It is gravely concerning that a private investigator was hired to conduct surveillance of a member of the judiciary, ostensibly to embarrass or intimidate the judge."|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Complaints about Carpay's shenanigans have been filed with the law societies of both Manitoba and Alberta.|
|News Marcello Di Cintio | Many of Winnipeg's Indigenous women have a story about harassment at the hands of drivers, most commonly about cabbies proposing "another way to pay." Ikwe set out to change that.|
|Podcast Scott Neigh | Hydro isn't as sustainable an energy source as it might look. Ramona Neckoway and Stephane McLachlan talk about the work of Wa Ni Ska Tan: An alliance of hydro-impacted Indigenous communities.|
|Podcast Scott Neigh | Sandi Mowat, president of the Manitoba Nurses Union, talks about mobilizing against health-care cuts and in defence of patient care.|
Support in Alberta is overwhelming for ending public support of elite private schools, new poll showsDavid J. Climenhaga | Albertans are pretty unenthusiastic about the whole idea of giving public money to schools that charge tuition, an Environics poll done for the Alberta Teachers Association shows.
"Our People Will Be Healed" - a glimpse of what action-driven decolonization looks like in Manitoba's Norway HouseDavid Peck | Alanis Obamsawin talks to David Peck about decolonization in action from the community of Norway House, Manitoba, the power of story & why hope isn’t a big enough word.
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Calgary-Nose Hill NDP MLA Karen McPherson will now sit as an independent MLA; Jeff Callaway will leave behind his role as a candidate to lead the United Conservative Party.|
|Blog Lynne Fernandez | The living wage is one of the most powerful tools available to address this troubling state of poverty amid plenty in Manitoba. It ensures that families who are working hard get what they deserve.|
|News Meagan Gillmore | Manitoba unions have filed an injunction to stop a recently passed law that would freeze public service employees' wages, saying it violates their constitutional right to freedom of association.|
|Blog Shauna MacKinnon | Premier Pallister rode his bike to Peguis First Nation to honour 200 years of the Selkirk Treaty as "a gesture of reconciliation." This gesture will remain hollow when stacked next to funding cuts.|
|News Meagan Gillmore | Manitoba's labour leaders are pushing back against new legislation they say drastically reduces workers' rights and puts Manitobans' health care at risk.|
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