Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan December 3
Trump would be the first president in U.S. history to pardon himself. Meanwhile, the 54 people on U.S. federal death row can expect no such mercy from the lame-duck president.
Matthew Behrens November 30
Helen Naslund is paying a steep price for our collective failure to protect her from male violence.
Celia Chandler, Pro Bono November 27
While wills are important to dividing up the fortunes of the rich, they are just as important for regular people who don't own property or have big bank accounts.
Lois Ross November 26
"The reality is that most Canadians do not know much about food issues -- they do not understand issues of farm to plate," says Mark Gregory, founder of Farmwork to Feed Canada.
June Chua November 25
"The Donut King" tells the rags-to-riches-to-rags story of Ted Ngoy, blended with the tragedy of the Cambodian civil war, and glazed by the fascinating rise of doughnut shops in America.
Linda McQuaig November 20
Contrary to business mythology, the private sector doesn't always do things better. Rather, it always does things to make a profit.
Rick Salutin November 20
Like former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher, Ontario Premier Doug Ford attacks the so-called "nanny state" while embodying it in word and action.
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan November 19
The Native American population turned out for the recent U.S. election in record numbers.
Rick Salutin November 13
The apparently deep roots of social cohesion are really quite shallow, since they must be replanted by each generation, who arrive in the world assumption-free.
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan November 12
Trump and Trumpism, embraced by over 70 million American voters in this past election, are the new embodiment of the Confederate states' so-called "lost cause" narrative.
Rick Salutin November 6
If Joe Biden sailed into office in a landslide win, the inept, corrupt leadership of the Democratic party would learn nothing, and likely carry on as normal.
Monia Mazigh November 6
Monia Mazigh
French officials commonly invoke the nation's republican history when discussing the fight against terrorism, but are reluctant to address French colonial crimes.
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan November 5
With intense focus on the presidential election, the electoral successes of progressive congressional candidates has been overlooked.
Bill Blaikie November 3
The problem with Coney Barrett is not that she is a Catholic. It's that she is associated with a Catholic right wing that has been fighting and ignoring over a century of Catholic social teaching.
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan October 29
"The founding fathers were really not inclined to have real popular choice of the people who would run our government," said the late historian Howard Zinn.
Safia Lakhani, Pro Bono October 29
Mi'kmaw lobster fishers in Nova Scotia have endured shocking acts of violence and intimidation from commercial fishers.
Lois Ross October 28
Percy Schmeiser, who stood up tall in the face of a lawsuit from Monsanto, died of Parkinson's disease aged 89 on October 13.
Matthew Behrens October 26
"Kenneth" has a scheduled risk assessment with the Canadian Border Services Agency on October 30. But there are concerns that U.S. officials won't transfer him from ICE detention.
Linda McQuaig October 23
The pandemic has allowed Ontario Premier Doug Ford to dramatically transform his image from a bully siding with big business to kindly "uncle Doug."
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan October 22
Almost all U.S. states are now experiencing a sustained surge of COVID cases, with a national average of over 60,000 new cases per day, and almost 1,000 daily deaths.
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan October 15
Donald Trump's pandemic response has cast a pall of death and economic calamity over the United States.
Monia Mazigh October 9
Monia Mazigh
The Ontario Provincial Police recently announced they will not charge the alleged killers of Soleiman Faqiri, who was beaten to death by at least six prison guards.
Rick Salutin October 2
Can people (and societies) really change, contrary to what they've always been? In general, no; but sometimes, maybe?
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan October 1
"Proud Boys, stand back and stand by," President Trump declared at his first presidential debate with Democratic challenger Joe Biden.
Matthew Behrens September 28
Two new reports on Canadian weapons exports reveal that Canadian-based corporate entities are complicit in the commission of war crimes in Yemen, Turkey, Libya, Syria and Iraq.
Rick Salutin September 25
Ford puts blame for the mess we're back into on individuals. But the difference between them and him is they didn't have the capacity to alleviate or screw up the lives of a whole province.
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan September 24
The racist, xenophobic and anti-immigrant policies of Trump and his senior advisor Stephen Miller act as gasoline on the fire of abuse suffered by undocumented immigrant women.
Edward M. Hyland, Pro Bono September 24
Under what circumstances does membership of charities, non-profits and community organizations have the legal status that will attract a judge's jurisdiction and oversight?
Lois Ross September 18
Any recovery plan needs to ensure agricultural policy addresses both economic and climate sustainability.
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan September 17
No U.S. president, of any party, should be allowed to threaten the free press. It is essential to the functioning of a democratic society.

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