This webinar will focus on COVID-19 pandemic and food security, as well as how the pandemic affects racialized and Indigenous communities in a disproportionate way.
politics in Canada
Canadians who want to make sense of the politics and policy coming out of Ottawa need Karl Nerenberg's distinct political analysis and frontline reporting.
The Canadian Delegation tells the story of the left after 1989. Help complete the documentary
Yukon First Nations took the territorial government to court over its betrayal of a commitment to protect the Peel watershed. The case will establish a precedent for many other Indigenous groups.
Susan and David talk about "image politics" and the media, Stephen Harper's legacy, Ottawa and how it's constantly changing and why voters are often appealed to through their wallets.
The fact that Marie Henein is smart, successful and good at her job does not make her a feminist.
Political parties of the left exist to reverse the prevailing balance of political forces, not sell out the weaker groups. When a party such as the NDP forgets why it exists, its constituents desert.
Nov 7, 2015
Vancouver Public Library - Main Branch
350 W GeorgiaVancouver , BC
Canada49° 16' 46.938" N, 123° 6' 56.25" W
British Columbia CA
On November 7 join in the Vancouver Media Democracy Day events, panels, the media fair, and more -- featuring independent media experts including rabble's own blogs editor Michael Stewart and more.
Meghan Murphy speaks with Pamela Palmater about what impact the recent Liberal victory could have on Indigenous rights in Canada.
The Harper government, says Coyne, was cynically non-ideological. I'll go with the cynicism, but it was perhaps the most ideological government in our history.