Blog February 18
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David J. Climenhaga | A military "solution" to suit the desires of an extremist conservative minority concentrated in Western Canada is exactly what the country does not need.
Blog February 18
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David Suzuki | Ian Mauro's award-winning film, 'Beyond Climate,' takes viewers past the headlines and into the heart of the climate challenges and opportunities facing B.C.
Blog February 18
Unist'ot'en Matriarchs burn the court injunction in ceremony. Image: Unist'ot'en Camp/Twitter
John Miller | Substituting stereotypes for facts is not good journalism. Legacy media influencers are overlooking facts and centuries of injustice towards Indigenous people.
Columnists February 18
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Duncan Cameron | The federal and B.C. governments are willfully flouting the law of Canada for a project that makes no economic sense whatsoever.
Podcast February 18
Image: Mariah Barnaby-Norris of Kobot, used with permission of Just Powers.
Scott Neigh | Professor Sheena Wilson of the University of Alberta talks about the political implications of energy systems, about the Just Powers project, and about what movements can learn from her work.
Blog February 17
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Greg Dwulit | Free market advocates claim teachers are overpaid and enjoy too much vacation time. But many people don't know that Canada has one of the strongest education systems in the world.
Blog February 17
Premier Don Getty while in office. Image: Government of Alberta.
David J. Climenhaga | Thirty years ago today, thanks to premier Don Getty and his Progressive Conservative government, Albertans celebrated their first Family Day statutory holiday.
Blog February 16
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Pam Palmater | Scheer's ill-informed comments serve only to cause confusion and apprehension in the public, instead of offering thoughtful solutions that would bring everyone together.
Blog February 15
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Brent Patterson | The rail blockades in solidarity with Wet'suwet'en land defenders could be a learning moment for Extinction Rebellion and other social justice movements.
Columnists February 14
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Rick Salutin | Canada lost a sportswriter who also covered more "serious" areas, and wrote books -- Christie Blatchford -- the same week Roger Kahn died.
Blog February 14
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Brent Patterson | Mayan Q'eqchi'-xinka healer and feminist Lorena Cabnal on body-land territory, the struggle against patriarchy and extractivism, and the power of ancestral memory.
Columnists February 14
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Monia Mazigh | While Trudeau was busy promoting human rights and inclusive governance in Africa, militarized RCMP officers launched a raid against Indigenous land defenders in Wet'suwet'en territory.