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Amira Elghawaby | Khadr was due to be transferred back to Canada last fall as part of a 2010 plea bargain. However, Public Safety Minister Vic Toews has yet to give formal approval for his return.
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Charles Roach (Photo: http://www.roachschwartz.com/)
Peter Rosenthal, Vivian Pitchik | For 50 years, the human rights lawyer, activist, artist, musician and Caribana founder Charles Roach has campaigned to make Toronto a more equitable place.
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Nathan Crompton | In the four years since the financial crisis of 2008 brought a North American-wide collapse in housing prices, the Canadian government has successfully tried to bring real-estate prices back up.
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Sheetal Pathak, Projet Genèse - Health Care for all (Photo: scottmontreal / flickr)
Nadia Sayed, Kendall Yamagishi | Minister Jason Kenney has misunderstood and misrepresented what equality means in Canada. Equality is not achieved by depriving others of what we should all have.
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Garth Mullins | Recently, choked with emotion, Mark Montgomery closed out the final transmission of Radio Canada International (RCI) after 67 years of shortwave radio programming to the world.
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Toronto rally, September 2011. Austerity is the order of the day at all levels of government. (Photo: postbear / flickr)
Leisha Senko | It is crucial to remember that these cut backs are not theoretical or abstract, they have had and unfortunately will continue to have harsh, negative effects on thousands of ordinary Canadians.
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Protests like this one have fallen on deaf ears in the governments of both Quebec and Canada. (Photo: http://preventcancernow.ca/)
Roger Annis | Last week, in an elaborate public relations ceremony in the town of Asbestos, the Quebec government announced it was providing $58 million to enable the re-opening of the Jeffrey Asbestos Mine.
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Romola Trebilcock | The honours William Commanda received late in life were a testament to the respect the country was beginning to acknowledge in his Indigenous heritage.
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rabble staff | Sasha Wiley, a Vancouver teacher, was the first speaker at a press conference held Friday, June 29 outside the courthouse and jail at 222 Main Street.
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Fifty nine cents.
Christopher Majka | The Interim Federal Health Program costs $0.59 per capita. It provides health care to refugees, amongst the most vulnerable in society. I am a child of refugees. Why is Canada cutting the IFHP?
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Samir Shaheen-Hussain | The cuts to refugee health are draconian and will have dramatic consequences on children throughout the country by putting them through unnecessary suffering and misery.
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Yves Engler, Bianca Mugyenyi | Each and every day automobiles and their infrastructure kill astounding numbers of living creatures. Sprawling automobile landscapes have encroached on many animals' living spaces.