Trudeau Liberals call the opposition's bluff and 'nationalize' (sort of) the Trans Mountain pipelineDavid J. Climenhaga | Yesterday's announcement puts Canada's opposition in an uncomfortable spot. But when it comes to talking points, modern Conservatives can turn on a dime.
|Blog Gerry Caplan | Bringing Bell and Rogers and Telus and Shaw under public ownership? Now that's a cause worth marching for. Everyone's mad as hell at these guys, so why do we still have to take it?|
|Blog David Martinez | David Martinez reflects on two recent visits to Mexico as the government successfully busts a teacher union and de-nationalizes its oil industry, despite massive protest.|
|Columnists Duncan Cameron | A post-carbon world represents the future, not more over-investment in bitumen production. In Canada, we should be establishing our own public enterprises to develop and manage resources sustainably.|
|Columnists Jim Stanford | Want to know why Canada's currency is sky-high despite our sluggish recovery, our large and persistent current account deficit, and our lousy export performance?|
|Columnists Duncan Cameron | Public credit for private profit makes no sense at all, unless the general interest is being well served. We know it isn't. Making banking a public utility is the way to turn the situation around.|
|RabbleTV rabbleTV | Laura Flanders of GritTV interviews Evo Morales on his policies as President of Bolivia and his thoughts on socialism.|