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Stephen Kimber | The RCMP and the Speaker of the House of Commons now say that evidence related to the Ottawa shooting may never be released. Canadians deserve better.
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Ferrukh Faruqui | With the violence in Ottawa and Quebec, the discussion of youth radicalization has come back into the forefront. What are the root causes and what are the solutions?
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Geoffrey Stevens | Harperites order four F-35s at height of fear about shootings in Parliament. Could a snap election be ahead?
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rabble staff | Have you watched Russell Brand's reaction to the Ottawa shootings? You should.
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Murray Dobbin | Two weeks after the senseless murder of a soldier on Parliament Hill there are several things we know and many we don't. Obvious questions have been asked and inconvenient ones have been left aside.
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Duncan Cameron | The never-ending war on terror launched by an American president has inspired the Conservatives and their supporters. That way lies fear as the source of public policy decisions.
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Stephen Kimber | In the wake of the events in Ottawa, we can't give in to the everything-is-changed-forever-and-we-must-change-everything-forever hysteria. We need to remain calm and Canadian.
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rabble staff | This four-part video series looks at Oct. 25's Rally to Stop Harper's War and the common themes of Islamophobia, the Ottawa shootings and the Harper government.
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J. Baglow | Some reflections on the Ottawa and Quebec shootings, and their political consequences.
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Rick Salutin | After Wednesday's events in Ottawa, Rick Salutin comments on the "unprecedented chaos, lost our virginity/innocence, never gonna be the same, demise of Canada as a Peaceable Kingdom" narrative.
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Linda McQuaig | For years, the pro-war right has suppressed any meaningful discussion of the "root causes" of terrorism, limiting our focus to the horrific nature of terrorist acts in order to rouse us to go to war.
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Matthew Behrens | The tragic events in Ottawa give us an opportunity to examine our addiction to violence as the solution to conflict. Will we use the chance to disengage from our increasingly militarized culture?