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Doreen Nicoll | Monday night in a four to one vote Guelph-Eramosa Council refused Xinyi Glass's application which would have extracted 1.6 million litres of water daily.
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Doreen Nicoll | WWW is planning for the next phase of the Nestle campaign and they're hoping you'll join in on the conversations to strategize and develop tactics to fit working with Doug Ford's government.
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Advance poll at the 2015 federal election. Photo: Cathryn Atkinson
Rusa Jeremic | A reminder that good words can make good political responses -- and lead to better political possibilities
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Stephen Kimber | First, of course, there is the symbolism. Lindell Smith is Halifax's first Black city councillor since 2000. But not just.
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Stephen Kimber | With this year's municipal elections history, the question becomes: what should our new-old council do first?
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Stephen Kimber | It will come as a surprise to no one -- least of all to Lil herself -- when I predict Lil MacPherson will not be mayor of Halifax after all the votes are counted. So why then did she even bother?
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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.
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Stephen Kimber | It goes without saying the Tilt-a-Whirl that is Halifax city council has too long tilted toward men, who traditionally also happen to be white, middle-aged and middle class.
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Zach Fleisher | Winnipeg’s progressive community was dealt a major blow on Election Day. What went wrong and where do we organize from here?
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Rick Salutin | I once crisscrossed Canada during an election to explore what politics means to people. Here are some potential incitements from the mayoral race in Toronto.
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Brenna Slawich | If, for whatever reason, you think that local politics don't matter, think again. There are a number of reasons that we should not ignore municipal politics.
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Licia Ronzulli voting with her 1 month old daughter on September 22, 2010. by Eu
Kate McInturff | A number of cities across Canada are gearing up for municipal elections. It seemed like a good time to ask: why don't more women run for office? Here's why.