Blog
Maude Barlow | Every day, thousands of people in Detroit, in a city that is situated right by a body of water carrying one fifth of the world's water supply, are having their ‎water ruthlessly cut off.
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Mark Taliano | Canadians are forever being told that privatization is the solution to our economic problems. Not so. It is definitely, definitely the problem.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | The National Health Accord expired on March 31 and the federal government has said it won't negotiate a new agreement. Health-care activists are concerned about the impact on universal access to care.
Book Review
Max Haiven | This excerpt from 'Crises of Imagination, Crises of Power' suggests the decline in the public sphere is not because capitalism is in crisis, but because capitalism is the crisis.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | A recent UN report says the energy sector has great political clout but water lacks any influence. It's this lack of influence that Maude Barlow has been fighting to address for more than a decade.
Podcast
Diana Beaumont and Jiselle Hanna | International Women's Day edition of Asia Pacific Currents: Labour news from the Asia Pacific region and an interview about the Korean railway workers' strike.
Blog
Penney Kome | Public Interest Alberta brings in British expert on privatization to share case histories, strategies.
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Mike Palecek | We have all been told that Canada Post is facing an impending crisis and that there is no alternative to the cuts. Now we know that is all a lie.
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Photo: flickr/Dominic Bugatto
Barry Weisleder | We need to form a mass action to defend the post office. The choice is stark: Defend home mail delivery and public services, or watch the descent into the hell of capitalist austerity accelerate.
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Daniel Cayley-Daoust | Water and wastewater services have long been considered an essential public service in Canada. Why then is the federal government allowing the private sector to operate private-public partnerships?
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Photo: flickr/Pleuntje
Mike Palecek | The private sector and Harper government are salivating at the prospect of getting their hands on the public post office network because of the money they could make with it.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | The announcement that Canada Post will be phasing out door-to-door mail delivery is a logical extension of the deregulation, privatization, free trade, public austerity and tax cuts agenda.