Podcast February 26
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Face2Face | Peter Tabuns, Ontario member of provincial parliament, was a guest on the show which sends two politicians from opposing parties out to spend the day together.
Blog February 25
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David J. Climenhaga | For Teck's executives, the national "crisis" of the past couple of weeks was a useful opportunity to ditch the Frontier oil sands project with their corporate reputation intact.
Blog February 25
Image: Unist'ot'en Camp/Twitter
David Suzuki | With actions spreading across the country, complaints about inconvenience and disruption are rife. But colonial society has been inconveniencing and disrupting Indigenous lives for hundreds of years.
Columnists February 25
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Duncan Cameron | Environmentalists want net-zero emissions to be more than another Liberal talking point.
Blog February 25
Kim Elliott | We're almost there! Thanks to you we're only $5K away from our winter fundraising goal of $50,000. With just a few days to go, we could really use one more push from our readers all over Canada.
News February 25
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney reacts to the Alberta Court of Appeal ruling on the carbon tax. Image: Government of Alberta/Flickr
Karl Nerenberg | Jason Kenney is leading a militant and official backlash against Indigenous resistance, introducing a law imposing harsh sanctions on protesters who interfere with "critical economic infrastructure."
Podcast February 25
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Scott Neigh | Kari Glynes Elliott talks about the work of the Ottawa Transit Riders to push for more reliable, affordable and accessible public transit in Ottawa.
Blog February 24
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David J. Climenhaga | If Andrew Scheer is unprepared to deal with the separatist contagion in his caucus, the Conservative Party of Canada will be dismissed as nothing more than a Prairie province bloc.
Blog February 24
Image: Doug Ford/Twitter
Fernando Arce | While income is one of the most important determinants of personal health, strong labour laws are also important for protecting the health of the broader public.
Blog February 24
Calgary Nose Hill MP Michelle Rempel Garner. Image: Andrew Scheer/Flickr
David J. Climenhaga | If Alberta and Saskatchewan want more representation in Ottawa, the best way to go about it would probably be to elect a few MPs from a couple of other parties.
Blog February 22
Wet'suwet'en solidarity event in Toronto on February 8, 2020. Image: Jason Hargrove/Flickr
Robert Hackett | The solidarity blockades may indicate a political tipping point in the struggle against extractivism and climate change. But corporate media and their paid pundits don't get it.
Blog February 22
A man ice skating in Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto. Image: Brendan Church/Unsplash
Sara Speicher | The clamour for racial diversity in the newsroom is growing, not just in the United States, but in other migrant destination countries like Canada.