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F/A-18E Super Hornet from the “Flying Eagles” of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 122 lands on the flight deck of Nimitz-class nuclear aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70). (Image: U.S. Pacific Fleet/Flickr)
Yves Engler | While background issues and polling suggest campaigners are well placed to mobilize the public against the federal government's $19-billion fighter jet purchase, there is still a huge hill to climb.
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Brent Patterson | Boeing says buying its fighter jets would create employment in Canada, but even a cursory analysis shows a Green New Deal would create more jobs.
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Police in Toronto in 2009. Image: Wikimedia Commons
Maya Bhullar | A set of tools to move towards real changes in policing.
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F/A-18Fs being refueled over Afghanistan in 2010. Image: U.S. Air Force/Flickr
Brent Patterson | Boeing makes the case that its Super Hornet fighter jet is good for jobs, but studies show peaceful production is a better way to address unemployment.
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Brent Patterson | With the Canadian government planning to spend billions more on fighter jets and missiles, this is a critical moment to discuss alternatives to war and to mobilize around the need for peacebuilding.
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Brent Patterson | As the Trudeau government prepares to spend billions on the Canadian military, it's urgent and necessary to discuss alternatives.
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Brent Patterson | Those who buy and sell arms will be in town on May 27-28, but a major conference and protest says it's time to cancel CANSEC.
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Brent Patterson | The PM's popularity may be based on the perception that his government is truly progressive and implementing a different agenda than Harper. The evidence is suggesting that's not totally true.
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Luis Solano | Documents filed as part of lawsuit against Tahoe Resources proceeding in BC Superior Court sheds light on the project's military connections.
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Dan Kellar | A chat with Rachel from Demilitarize McGill focusing on the group's efforts to reveal weapons research contracts involving McGill profs.
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Matt Henderson | It's been 200 years since John A. Macdonald was born and we're heading toward the 150th anniversary of Confederation. The federal government's recent ad campaign distorts the history we left behind.
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Redeye Collective | The island of Okinawa has been a military outpost for the United States since the end of World War II. Now there are plans to build new bases. Okinawan residents are resisting fiercely.