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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland. Image credit: Chrystia Freeland/Facebook
Chuka Ejeckam | In a conversation about policy priorities, is economic benefit the most pertinent aspect of a transformative investment in child care? Or, does it harm the broader pursuit of justice and liberation?
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, October 1, 2020. Image credit: Adam Scotti/PMO
Chuka Ejeckam | We all deserve better than the nihilistic politics on offer from Justin Trudeau's Liberals. It is really that simple.
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"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.
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Alex Hemingway | Investment in the public sphere is needed more than ever. Yet many citizens are understandably skeptical about supporting a tax system that lets the wealthiest off the hook for their fair share.
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David Macdonald, Kate McInturff | Canadians need more than a zero. They need safe food, clean water, and affordable housing. The Alternative Federal Budget demonstrates that we can afford to meet those needs and deliver the good.
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Rick Salutin | In the (relative) titillation of seeing public figures drop like bowling pins, it's easy to lose sight of the ball. The ball is CBC management.
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Duncan Cameron | On November 27 the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives gave its first Social Justice Award to Michael McBane. Duncan Cameron shares his remarks in honour of Michael receiving the award.
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Alice Klein | If we leave behind the win-lose, ideological lens of left and right, we can wake up to the fact that most of us in the NDP and the Liberal party and the Greens are in the sharing and caring camp.
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Rick Salutin | What could be Toronto's contribution to a revolt against austerity zealots? It may stand before us: dedicated funding for public transit.