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Hugh Mackenzie | Ontario has spent so much time figuring out what happened after the cancellation of the plants that we're in danger of forgetting what happened before the cancellation, and why.
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Lori Theresa Waller | A recap of this week's top labour stories, January 19 to 25. Tar sands company fined $1.5 M for worker deaths, global unemployment still on the rise, agreement on Robin Hood Tax in Europe, and more.
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rabbleTV | Devastated by far-reaching anti-worker Bill 115: Putting Students First Act, rank-and-file education workers convened a funeral for collective bargaining rights.
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ETFO rally at Queen's Park. Photo: andres musta/Flickr
Gerry Caplan | How can punishing students for Dalton McGuinty's transgressions hurt Dalton McGuinty? Who do teachers think will be blamed for such behaviour?
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Rick Salutin | It's in teachers' own interests to demand, through their unions, that teachers be at the heart of the system -- by having a major say on what happens in their classrooms.
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Linda McQuaig | In the 1990s, CTV broadcaster Eric Malling told Canadians the sad tale of a baby hippo shot by authorities at a New Zealand zoo. They had big deficits, so there was no money to expand the hippo pen.
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Hugh Mackenzie | The crowning irony of Premier Dalton McGuinty's ninth budget is that it completes the job of cutting government down to size started by the Mike Harris Conservatives in the 1990s.
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Salimah Valiani | On March 27, Ontario residents will get a clear picture of the implications of choosing to eliminate the public debt by 2017-18 within the current public revenue framework.
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Nuclear Stations in Canada
Steve Cornwell | In recent news stories about nuclear meltdowns and the future of nuclear energy, I was struck by a significant gap: where is the Canadian content?
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Kelly Bronson | Given a lack of political and social commitment to creating adequate accessible spaces for kids of all kinds, we are contributing to the reproduction of social inequality.
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Adrienne Silnicki | Whew, what a ride this whole Drummond frenzy has been! Starting months ago, speculation began on what the report would contain.
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Jonah Gindin | Just six weeks before the expected announcement of the Ontario provincial budget, the government has finally released the long-awaited report of the Drummond Commission.