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Health Minister Patty Hajdu and Chief Public Health Officer Theresa Tam. Image credit: Patty Hajdu/Facebook
David J. Climenhaga | It's pretty clear the federal Liberals don't mind getting up Tyler Shandro's nose, or his boss Jason Kenney's either. Count on it, there's a political reason for that.
Congresswoman Cori Bush on the steps of the U.S. Capitol. Image credit: Miki Jourdan/Flickr
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | With the latest U.S. eviction moratorium about to expire in August, Congresswoman Cori Bush of Missouri took to the U.S. Capitol in protest.
Cryptocurrency mining equipment. Image credit: Лечение Наркомании/Pixabay
Jim Stanford | The crypto craze carries the same financial and moral risks as every previous speculative bubble: from Dutch tulips to gold manias to the 1990s dot-com craze.
Person in hammock surrounded by trees. Image credit: Free-Photos/Pixabay
David Suzuki | Since implementation of the standard workweek in many industrialized countries, everything has changed about work except the hours -- although in some cases they've increased!
Brian Jean does a news conference in his days as Wildrose Party leader. Image credit: David J. Climenhaga
David J. Climenhaga | Can it really be true Brian Jean, who once thought he had a pretty good chance of occupying the Alberta premier's office as leader of the Wildrose Party, is negotiating to lead the Alberta Party?
Books, apple and flowers. Image credit: congerdesign/Pixabay
Lois Ross | Summer months are a good time to catch up on reads. Here are a few food-themed recommendations, touching on many new and upcoming Canadian publications.
The new 2021 O'Toole. Image: Video still/Unifor
David J. Climenhaga | Guilt by association plays a powerful role in the 30-second ad's plotline. It plays on Erin O'Toole's association with former Conservative PM Stephen Harper, and Alberta Premier Jason Kenney.
Person holding mobile phone. Image credit: Robin Worral/Unsplash
Sara Speicher | In our increasingly online environment, grown substantially during the COVID-19 pandemic, what is the state of our own "community"?
Some anti-Site C signage on the Boon family's farm. Image: Ken Boon/Used with permission
Rita Wong | The West Moberly First Nations has launched an epic court case seeking to halt the dam which will be heard in 2022. A recent B.C. Supreme Court win by Blueberry River First Nations bodes well.