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Alexandra Zannis | Canada wasn't going to get UBI in the throne speech, but activists and supporters can continue to push for the basic income policies we want and need.
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Karri Munn-Venn, Brad Wassink | "Normal" has fallen apart, and one way or another, Canada will come out on the other side of this crisis a different country.
Podcast
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David Peck | Jennifer Abbott and Joel Bakan talk about "The New Corporation," a film about the devastating power of corporations and their role in spiralling inequality.
Blog
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Ed Finn, Brian Arden | A satirical look at the doctrines and dogmas of capitalism and neoliberalism.
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Image: PMO
Doreen Nicoll | Four million people will transition to an EI system that is not up to the task. The feds need to keep $500 per week flowing to workers impacted by COVID until a universal livable income is in place.
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Martha Friendly, Morna Ballantyne, Lynell Anderson | The shuttering of child care in Canada has put parents and providers in an untenable position, but has also given policy-makers critical insights.
Columnists
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney. Image: Chris Schwarz/Alberta Newsroom/Flickr
Linda McQuaig | Alberta's management of its economy is nothing short of a disaster -- something to keep in mind as Kenney and his followers push for maintaining the pro-corporate model in the post-pandemic order.
Columnists
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Lois Ross | The pandemic has exposed and intensified severe hardships, but it is also showing us a path towards healthier ways to produce food.
Blog
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Doreen Nicoll | Compared with the $71 billion that CERB will cost for just 24 weeks of payments, GLI could be a more fiscally responsible means of providing Canadians with financial security.
Columnists
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Jim Stanford | After four months of terrible economic data, last week's employment report from Statistics Canada contained some welcome news. But it confirms we are still locked in a historic crisis.
News
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Chelsea Nash | Reforms to Canada's employment insurance system are necessary, say workers' advocates.
Columnists
John Fallon, CEO, Pearson, Larry Fink, CEO, BlackRock and Mark Hoffman, president, CNBC in 2014. Image: Financial Times/Flickr
Linda McQuaig | After talks with Larry Fink, Trudeau is gearing up to spend billions on new infrastructure in a way that will drive up costs and allow national assets to be owned by foreign elites.