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Yves Engler | Adulation of Lester Pearson's supposed "peacekeeping" is an obstacle to building a genuinely progressive Canadian foreign policy.
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rabble staff | In New Brunswick, the Elsipogtog First Nation has mobilized to defend their land against shale gas extraction and fracking. Writer Claire Stewart Kanigan is present and will be filing reports.
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rabble staff | In less than a month, over 1400 people have signed forms refusing permission to be filmed at border crossings by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) or its private film crew partners.
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Daniel Wilson | As we commemorate National Aboriginal Day and the upcoming Canada Day, recognition of what all traditions bring to our identity and a recommitment to reconciling them would serve us well.
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David P. Ball | With Ottawa embroiled in a mushrooming number of financial embarrassments, observers are raising their collective eyebrows over the Conservatives' focus on alleged First Nations improprieties.
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rabble staff | Voices of Idle No More in recognition of National Aboriginal Day in Canada. Video by Don Kossick.
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Garth Mullins | The more you house the transnational très riche, the more you un-house Vancouver's poor and working-class residents.
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Sana Malik | A new study released this week finds Indigenous children in Canada are more than twice as likely to live in poverty than non-Indigenous children.
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Karl Nerenberg | The list of the Harper government's mortal sins is long, and it includes sins against democracy itself.
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Karl Nerenberg | From Syria to Sri Lanka, the Harper government has turned a blind eye to the suffering of refugees. Now it's even cutting health care for those who manage to reach Canada.
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Peter Showler | For 55 years, the IFHP paid for basic health care for refugee claimants and refused claimants until they were removed from the country or became eligible for provincial health care.
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Jérémie Bédard-Wien | A routine trip to attend a political conference in the United States takes a bizarre turn for a Quebec student activist.