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Karl Nerenberg | Trudeau has restored refugee health and rolled back other monstrous Harper decisions. But Harper's cuts were deep and far-reaching. Reversing them will be difficult.
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Karl Nerenberg | Justin Trudeau's team chose the route of generalities and platitudes in its Throne Speech. The exceptions are committing to the inquiry on missing Indigenous women and to ending first-past-the-post.
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Karl Nerenberg | The race is still on to decide which party represents the best alternative to the Conservatives. Now is the time to look seriously at what the Liberals and New Democrats are all about.
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Michael Butler | Today, April 8th, 2015, is International Romani Day which will be commemorated in many cities across Canada.
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Karl Nerenberg | Dean Del Mastro resigns his seat in an emotional speech, two NDP MPs accuse two Liberals of abuse, and Chris Alexander continues to distort facts on refugee health.
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 Jason Kenney announces major changes in refugee law early in 2012.
Karl Nerenberg | In July the Federal Court ordered the Harper government to restore refugee health by Nov. 4. The government appealed and asked for a stay of the ruling. The higher court refused to grant that stay.
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Michael Butler | Buried in the omnibus budget bill C-43 are sections 172 and 173, designed to deny health and social assistance to refugees.
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Karl Nerenberg | In July the Federal Court overturned the Harper government's decision to cut health care for refugees. The Conservatives said they would appeal then did nothing. They moved quietly at the last minute.
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Jesse McLaren | Two years of mobilizing have won a Federal Court decision, but continued mobilizing will be necessary to reverse the cuts
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Adrienne Silnicki | Please join us and our allies on June 16 in cities across Canada to oppose harmful and life-threatening health-care cuts to one of our most vulnerable populations.
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Samir Shaheen-Hussain | Ikenna Onyegbula is a writer and spoken word performance poet currently residing in Ottawa. His indignation served as the inspiration for a powerful spoken-word piece he recently created.
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rabble staff | A spoken word piece by Ikenna Onyegbula. Watch the video and share it!