|Podcast Face2Face | Aisha Jamal and Face2Face host David Peck talk about her new film "A Kandahar Away," family dynamics and pride, honesty and openness and why family relationships need a whole lot of patience.|
|Blog Pam Palmater | It is long past the time that Saskatchewan take real steps to stem the race-based violence and deaths of First Nations from whose lands and waters every single resident benefits.|
Saskatchewan, Ontario have no constitutional case against Ottawa's carbon tax, only a political strategyDavid J. Climenhaga | One advantage Canadian conservatives enjoy is the willingness of many right-wing political parties in Canadian provinces to act in concert with their federal branch.
Support in Alberta is overwhelming for ending public support of elite private schools, new poll showsDavid J. Climenhaga | Albertans are pretty unenthusiastic about the whole idea of giving public money to schools that charge tuition, an Environics poll done for the Alberta Teachers Association shows.
|News Robert Jago | Don’t say that Canada or Saskatchewan failed Indigenous people -- Canada just failed. It wasn’t a mob of racists that released a killer onto the streets -- it was 12 regular Canadians.|
|News Erin Weir | When federal NDP leadership candidates debate in Saskatoon on Tuesday, they need to explain how they would help make carbon pricing work for Saskatchewan.|
|News Meagan Gillmore | A new report from CUPE details problems with scheduling, overwork, and patient care experienced by medical technicians.|
|Podcast Victoria Fenner | The world is changed when we all work together. But how do we do that? A look at ways to organize people at the national, provincial and local levels.|
|Columnists Lois Ross | In the lead-up to this week's federal budget, the Centre for Policy Alternatives has published an important document chronicling what has been happening to land in one Prairie province.|
|News Phillip Dwight Morgan | Indigenous writer and activist Nickita Longman offers candid reflections on Canada's hopes for reconciliation, the colonial governments of Brad Wall and Justin Trudeau, and more uncomfortable truths.|
|News Karl Nerenberg | The Trudeau government wants to move away from coal. Will that mean increased reliance on nuclear? And what about mitigation strategies for displaced workers?|
What's new in the news: Oil spill, Munich shooting, Canada's drinking problem, Super InTent City, and harassing female reportersEmily Blake | Rabble bloggers continue to bring informed takes on Canada's tops news stories, here are some of the best blog posts of the week
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