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Nick Fillmore | May 3 is World Press Freedom Day. Canadian Journalists for Free Expression advocates for journalists worldwide. Time for CJFE to do more of the same work right here in Canada, says Nick Fillmore.
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Meagan Perry | Get ready to cancel your cable. New network takes extraordinary step of hiring a number of Canada's embattled or disgraced politicians to staff pay-per-episode programming.
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Jeffrey R. Webber, Susan Spronk | For seasoned observers of Venezuelan politics, the events this past week are a disheartening repetition of opposition-led resistance efforts that have yet again sought to undermine political stability
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Chuk Plante and Aaron Genest | The Facebook like is emerging as a new form of political in donation in Canada. But what does this action truly cost and mean?
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Karl Nerenberg | How the pollsters became the political oracles of our time is more than a bit of a mystery.
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Brian Campbell | Following the lead of other North American cities, Vancouver Palestine supporters bought advertising space on buses for maps depicting 'Disappearing Palestine.'
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Andrea Germanos | Secretary of State John Kerry continued to push for military force against Syria on Sunday, appearing on a series of talk shows and saying he is sure Congress will support the use of air strikes.
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Derrick O'Keefe | If only we could prorogue the war machine.
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Jon Queally | There's barely a whiff of the skepticism one would expect after the colossal -- and well-documented -- media failure that preceded the invasion of Iraq in 2003.
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Derrick O'Keefe | Are the esteemed editors of the Wall Street Journal at all embarrassed about their wish for a Pinochet on the Nile? It seems not.
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rabble staff | The CRTC has rejected the application from Sun News for mandatory carriage on cable television, a major blow to the struggling right-wing network.
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Sana Malik | I am probably an exception, but seeing Dzhokhar (Jahar) Tsarnaev on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine does not outrage me.