Podcast
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Scott Neigh | Brendan Devlin and Shaden Abusaleh talk about Communities Not Cuts Manitoba and the work of figuring out how to oppose austerity under the limitations imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Columnists
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Duncan Cameron | Memo to NDP leadership candidates: please articulate what comes after austerity.
Blog
"Marea Blanca" protest against health privatization in Spain. Photo: Adolfo Lujan/flickr
David A. McDonald | Privatization has been given ample chance to succeed and has come up short. Evidence is building that people are able to reclaim public services and usher in a new generation of public ownership.
Podcast
Scott Neigh | JoAnn Jaffe and Peter Garden talk about the organization Stop the Cuts and about the anti-austerity fightback in Saskatchewan.
Podcast
Scott Neigh | Mary Shortall, Jim Dinn and Sara Langer talk about the new Common Front in Newfoundland and Labrador that is fighting the province's austerity agenda.
Columnists
Monia Mazigh | Financial opacity isn't just a disease attacking Russia, China or the Gulf monarchies; it is a global reality. As shown by the Panama Papers leak, even Canada isn't immune from this virus.
Blog
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Stephen Kimber | New Nova Scotia NDP leader Gary Burrill seems like a thoughtful progressive who embraces what he calls "social investment" in the economy.
Podcast
GroundWire, CKUT | This episode of GroundWire features an update from Lelu Island, where Lax Kw'alaams First Nations have been protesting LNG development, and a story on Transgender Prisoner Solidarity Day.
News
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David Gray-Donald | Shutting down services by withholding labour and taking to the streets, public service workers in Quebec aimed to send a message to their government over stalled contract negotiations.
News
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David Gray-Donald | With collective agreements having expired six months ago and government cuts to public services continuing, a broad resistance again tries to form in Quebec.
Blog
Boris Kagarlitsky | Jeremy Corbyn's election as leader of the Labour Party in Britain opens a "new stage in history" argues Russian socologist Boris Kagarlitksy on the event of his four-city speaking tour to Canada.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | Does Justin Trudeau have it right? It's elementary: either people serve the economy or the economy serves people -- and you can find the answer in your heart.