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Scott Neigh | Jessi Taylor talks about the campaign to Save Clinic 554, a practice that is a rare source of abortion services, trans care and specialized care for other marginalized populations in New Brunswick.
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Raluca Bejan | The underlying assumption is that the East Coast is perpetually subsidized by Ontario and the West. Yet I wonder how many Ontarians would put up with a pulp mill in downtown Elora or Picton.
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NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh at a Labour Day parade in Toronto. Image: Jagmeet Singh/Facebook
Karl Nerenberg | History teaches that parties can survive all kinds of internal strife and turbulence to do quite well when the voting actually starts.
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Karl Nerenberg | The Trudeau government wants to move away from coal. Will that mean increased reliance on nuclear? And what about mitigation strategies for displaced workers?
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Adam Scott | The Energy East pipeline would threaten the drinking water of more than 5 million Canadians.
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Scott Neigh | Reid Lodge and Mable Wheeler talk about the work of Fredericton Gender Minorities and TransAction NB.
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David J. Climenhaga | Some Alberta politicians seem to want to blame Quebec for low oil prices. Trouble is … it's the market, stupid!
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The breaking wave
Christopher Majka | Although all the seats in Atlantic Canada in the 2015 election were won by the Liberal Party, on closer examination a number of fascinating electoral trends are apparent. What lessons do they provide?
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Mark D'Arcy | Cacuna stopped it. South Portland stopped it. Now it is Red Head's turn to stand up against the tar sands pipeline.
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Tracy Glynn | Abortion services are returning to Fredericton with the opening of Clinic 554, which will provide the province with a range of health care services, especially for underserved communities.
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Alex Bailey | The resistance to fracking in New Brunswick shows that the people know they have a strong collective voice. Labour movement activists need to look for opportunities for community engagement.
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Tess Allen | This summer, New Brunswick introduced new regulations on abortion access and stopped funding abortions. Now, clinics in Maine see increasing numbers of women at their clinics coming from Canada.