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Sophia Reuss | To delve into the political landscape this week, we're going to get back to basics. The most basic of the basics: the atom.
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Ed Finn | The prospect of saving billions in the future by spending more to alleviate child poverty today doesn’t appeal to conservative corporate CEOs or their political minions.
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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, with European Parliament President Antonio Tajani, addressed MEPs in Strasbourg on Thursday 16 February, 2017, one day after the the European Parliament approved the EU-Canada trade agreement (CETA). Photo: European Parliament
Ed Finn | A new book by Joyce Nelson provides practical challenges to corporate rule.
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Alberta Finance Minister Joe Ceci (Photo: David J. Climenhaga)
David J. Climenhaga | Irony alert! Albertans must brace themselves for a very Albertan response from B.C. to their claim a balanced budget depends on that pipeline to Vancouver. They won't like it.
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Kathleen Wynne at Thunder Bay town hall. Photo: Premier of Ontario Photography/flickr
Rick Salutin | Ontario Hydro was a public undertaking funded by the public that returned benefits to all. You can't sell it, you can only swipe it and hand it over, as Kathleen Wynne did.
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Ed Finn | Who benefits from government priorities? Usually just the rich and powerful.
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Brad Wall. Photo: DanielPaquet/Wikimedia Commons
David J. Climenhaga | At 52, Brad Wall is still a young man. So he'll probably find a way to continue to be a public nuisance.
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Rick Salutin | The alternative to socialism is no longer neoliberalism; it's Trumpian racist populism, which is probably a nonstarter in Ontario.
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Finance Minister Bill Morneau speaking in Parliament. Image: PMO/Adam Scotti
Linda McQuaig | Workers and retirees from federally regulated industries may be pushed into insecure pensions programs that are market dependent
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Dr. Jamie Peck. Photo: David Climenhaga
David J. Climenhaga | We have all been so conditioned by constant repetition of the nauseating nostrums of neoliberalism that it’s hard to think coherently any more.
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Guardian journalist Martin Lukacs. Photo: David Climenhaga
David J. Climenhaga | Journalist Martin Lukacs says, "we need a Canadian Orwell to taxonomize the way Liberals have managed to use language to serve their ends!"
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Caroline Grego | Catastrophic storms and other disasters are not anomalies but signs that systems of environmental exploitation, corporate greed, and laissez-faire government are working exactly as they should be.