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Karl Nerenberg | There is currently no effective way for foreign victims of Canadian corporate malfeasance to pursue meaningful redress in Canadian courts. Vancouver-area NDP MP Peter Julian wants to change that.
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Karl Nerenberg | While the 14 Conservative leadership candidates squabble and attack each other, the four NDP aspirants agree on most issues.
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Karl Nerenberg | The first NDP leadership debate takes place on Sunday. There are four strong, experienced candidates. Their task will be to demarcate the party on the political map.
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Karl Nerenberg | The first-to-declare NDP leadership candidate tells rabble that the party lost touch with the grass roots last time. If he is chosen leader, Julian pledges that will not happen again.
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Karl Nerenberg | There are serious candidates or potential candidates for the leadership of both the Conservatives and the NDP who do not speak French. Does that make sense in 2017?
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Karl Nerenberg | The Conservatives voted down an NDP motion that would have given the Speaker the authority to compel government MPs to stick to the subject in QP. NDP loss -- what about the impact on public opinion?
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Karl Nerenberg | Parliament reconvenes next week, with the budget still on the agenda. There are lots of cuts that might seem small but have a significant negative impact.
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Tariq Jeeroburkhan | Maintaining our end of government-negotiated Free Trade Agreements will rely on Canada’s ability to hold Canadian Corporations accountable for their actions in any jurisdiction.
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Jessa Runciman | Nick Milanovic, Mark Rowlinson and Terry Collingsworth discuss the benefits of Bill C-354 in taking action against human rights abuses by corporations abroad.
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Jessa Runciman | A panel discussion featuring the perspectives and experiences of Mark Arnold, Dermod Travis and Cory Wanless.
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Jessa Runciman | The first panel of MP Peter Julian's recent conference on Canada's corporate accountability discussed the community impacts of extractive operations abroad.
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Jessa Runciman | The conference's second panel featured human rights activists Grahame Russell, Sakura Saunders and Jamie Moffett.