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Nora Loreto | Now more than ever, journalists need to make the connection between bank profits and human misery.
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Michael Stewart | TD, Scotiabank and RBC are providing hundreds of millions in financing both directly and indirectly to the Dakota Access Pipeline. Enbridge also owns a 28 per cent stake in the project.
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Nora Loreto | As Canadians struggle with increasingly damaging austerity politics, the time has come to confront the one sector that is still living the sweet life: the banks.
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Jessica Prupas | Highlights from the Blogs this week
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Syed Hussan | CBC coverage of the RBC scandal failed to contextualize temporary foreign worker abuse or outsourcing practices.
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Wojtek Arciszewski | The Temporary Foreign Worker Program reaches back to the very roots of Canada -- to our national DNA if you will.
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Erika Shaker | It's not about a "skills mismatch" or a "labour shortage". It's about governments implementing public policy that facilitates and reinforces corporate greed over public benefit.
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Salimah Valiani | Canadian banks and other employers have been importing temporary migrant IT workers for various projects for some time, and they will continue to do so.
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A protest against RBC's investments in the tar sands.
Kevin Edmonds | The outrage is certainly understandable -- as one would think that RBC with its more than $2 billion in first quarter profits could afford to retain these workers -- but the surprise isn't.
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Syed Hussan, Chris Ramsaroop | Once again the temporary foreign worker program has erupted in controversy where it is being used to pit workers against each other.
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John Bonnar | Protesters staged a rally in front of RBC headquarters in Toronto on Tuesday to proclaim their support for the Unist'ot'en of the Wet'suwet'en Nation in its struggle against pipelines in Northern B.C.
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Jesse Freeston | How police are politicizing the RBC arson case, and the media are allowing them to get away with it.