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rabble staff | The CRTC has rejected the application from Sun News for mandatory carriage on cable television, a major blow to the struggling right-wing network.
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Karl Flecker | Stinging from public outrage of how some employers and labour brokers have been taking advantage of the TFWP, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business is now trying to tell a different story.
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Mark Taliano | The agenda is being achieved by starving the provinces of required funding. The void of insufficient funding will be filled by corporate health care.
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Olivia Chow | Since the start of the mantra that "government must get out of the way of business," we've had bad water in Walkerton, tainted meat and now, this unspeakably tragic rail derailment.
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Humberto DaSilva | If the train derailment and explosion in Lac-Mégantic had been an act of terror, maybe Canadians could muster the rage needed to save the country from corporate greed.
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Rochelle Johnston | Our government needs to put the pieces together and acknowledge that we did try to eliminate First Nations, Metis and Inuit as groups.
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Anthony Lungu | Organized labour serves a similar function to regulation, in that it represents a check on the ability of corporations to manage in response to market forces.
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Maryam Adrangi | Activists take cross-border action against fossil fuel exports.
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Kathleen O'Hara | When Stephen Harper stands in the House of Commons, he is surrounded by women. Earlier this month, he made a big to-do about promoting four new women to his cabinet.
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Franke James | Wear your new ENEMY status proudly! Buy a tank top or t-shirt designed by blacklisted artist Franke James.
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Riaz Sayani-Mulji | Muhammed, a refugee from Gambia, was arrested and detained on June 29th after having his request for asylum in Canada denied.
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Liam Barrington-Bush, Jen Wilton | A ruling made on Monday by Supreme Court of Ontario Justice Carole Brown means that a legal case brought by 13 Mayan Q'eqchi' against Toronto-based Hudbay Minerals can now proceed to trial.