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Barâa Arar | Statistics Canada’s recent report on hate crimes illustrates the increase in these racially motivated incidents. The challenge now is to develop an approach to combat this hatred.
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Alberta Premier Rachel Notley.
David J. Climenhaga | If the Edmonton Oilers do better than the Calgary Flames in the NHL playoffs, Alberta Conservatives will presumably try to find a way to blame the NDP for that too.
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John Ashton
John Ashton | A useful primer on the Alberta Electoral Boundaries Commission by former NDP Caucus director John Ashton.
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Justice Myra Bielby
David J. Climenhaga | The population of Alberta has grown about 20 per cent in less than a decade and, face it, most of those folks didn't move to Manyberries, Vegreville or Zama City.
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Doreen Nicoll | Janet Mosher, law professor at York University, maintains that "A great deal of complexity is involved when a woman living with domestic violence uses force."
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Hugh Mackenzie
David J. Climenhaga | Was the Fraser Institute's critique of a CCPA study really a memo to mainstream media bosses to watch what facts they report?
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Andrew Jackson | Congratulations to StatsCan on the occasion of the first release from the National Job Vacancy and Wage Survey, with data for the first quarter of this year.
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Armine Yalnizyan | The Harper government's strategy is leaving us more and more in the dark about ourselves, by reducing the amounts of official information we have and weakening its reliability.
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Ella Bedard | In the age of globalization, with a shrinking manufacturing industry, teachers, nurses and civil servants are the new faces of labour.
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Martha Friendly | Martha Friendly explains why the CRRU is supporting Ted Hsu's private member's bill calling for restoration of Canada's long-form census.
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David Macdonald | How can we have an accurate picture of what's happening in Canada when we're actively and deliberately excluding some of the poorest parts of our country from our basic statistics?