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Karl Nerenberg | Jean-Pierre Kingsely, the former Chief Electoral officer, gave the Commons Committee studying the Fair Elections Act a lesson on how to draft strong laws to protect democracy.
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H.G. Watson | A recent Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives report found that Ontario's unemployment levels are twice as high as the overall provincial youth unemployment rate.
Columnists
Murray Dobbin | The prime minister's obvious contempt for democracy keeps getting underlined by the grotesque corruption of the people he appoints and surrounds himself with.
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Lisa Wright | Social science knowledge brings an important perspective to a democratic debate on how to keep ourselves and our communities healthy and safe.
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Karl Nerenberg | Of a dog house, attack dogs, watchdogs and lapdogs -- Stephen Harper and Dean Del Mastro had a bad day Thursday.
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rabble staff | In 1942 the entire Japanese population of Vancouver was forcibly removed to internment camps. The City government of the day urged on the removal of the Japanese "enemy alien population."
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Mark Taliano | The censuring, muzzling, de-funding of Canada’s knowledge base works as a cancer that undermines public safety, health and welfare, as well as our societal pluralism and self-determination.
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Karl Nerenberg | It suits the Harper-ites to have so many Canadians clucking their disapproval of Québec rather than pay too close heed to what they are doing.
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H.G. Watson | Ken Neumann is the Canadian national director of USW, representing over 200,000 Canadian workers. He's been a member of USW since the late seventies.
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Yves Engler | Prominent Toronto filmmaker/professor John Greyson and London, Ontario, physician/professor Tarek Loubani have been locked up in an Egyptian jail for nearly 40 days.
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Harrison Samphir | Canada's rejection of a comprehensive national review of violence against Indigenous women should be regarded as a disgrace. In the face of international criticism, it is also telling.
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Dante Ryel | It should be clear now that there is a substantive case against Stephen Harper and that a trial for crimes against humanity would not be frivolous.