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David J. Climenhaga | Seniors' care in Alberta belongs in the public sector -- which is transparent, accountable, treats residents and employees with decency and dignity, and delivers better service at a better price.
Podcast
Riaz Sayani-Mulji | Organizers Matthew Green and Daniel Jelly discuss the proposal of building a casino in downtown Hamilton and the widespread resistance to it within the community.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | The Canadian Health Coalition commissioned a poll to find out how Canadians feel about the role of private insurance companies in our health care system. They got some interesting results.
Blog
David Climenhaga | Limited hours for liquor sales are a management decision and there is no reason that public liquor stores can't be open at hours that are more convenient for consumers.
News
Red medicare umbrellas in Victoria, January 16, 2012.
Colleen Fuller | We are facing a new landscape in health care, one that has been shaped, in part, by years of governmental failure to enforce laws to uphold not only the public interest, but also the public will.
RabbleTV
rabbleTV | An informational video to raise awareness of the impacts the Canadian European Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement will have on Newfoundland and Labrador, and Canada generally.
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Photo: Balazs Gardi/Flickr
Maude Barlow | The success of the Blue Communities project in Ontario can be mainly attributed to Robyn Hamlyn who has met with 18 mayors and councillors.
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Mark Carney. Photo: Sebastian Derungs/World Economic Forum/Flickr
Keith Reynolds | When even the governor of the Bank of Canada is talking about inequality and the unfairness of privatizing gains and socializing losses, we know we have gone badly wrong in our economic thinking.
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Am Johal | Ryan Meili is a family doctor in the West Side Community Clinic in Saskatoon. He recently published his first book 'A Healthy Society: how a focus on health can revive Canadian democracy.'
Blog
Keith Reynolds | B.C.'s newly elected government introduced P3s in 2002 with the creation of Partnerships BC. It was largely based on the British Private Finance Initiative (PFI) model which has run into problems.
Blog
Bob Rennie with the developers of the Olympic Village
Sean Antrim | This past Friday afternoon it was announced that real estate tycoon Bob Rennie and former public servant Judy Rogers would be appointed as Commissioners of BC Housing.
Podcast
AIyanas Ormond | People's Health Radio looks again at the health and social impacts of prisons and the mass incarceration agenda in Canada.