|opinion September 29 Susan O'Donnell | Given its legacy of toxic radioactive waste, nuclear energy would not be considered "clean technology" by most Canadians. However the nuclear industry has been working hard to scrub its image.|
Canada is no longer calling the shots when it comes to equitable global access to the COVID-19 vaccineAdam R. Houston, Srinivas Murthy | Justin Trudeau's assertion that "to eliminate the virus anywhere, we need to eliminate it everywhere" somehow doesn’t feel like the inspirational commitment to equitable access it once did.
|rabble news September 25 Chelsea Nash | The labour movement clearly has the ear of the Trudeau government, some observers say.|
|opinion September 25 Bruce Campbell | The Liberal government will need to be pushed towards transformative change by widespread political mobilization and a paradigm shift as occurred at the end of the Second World War.|
|analysis September 24 Karl Nerenberg | Based on the speech, it is hard to believe that there was any need to cut the previous parliamentary session short -- except to put a stop to committees that were looking into the WE affair.|
|opinion September 23 Chelsea Nash | "Big labour" paints a picture of power hungry unions who are out of touch with workers. It's a phrase used to separate workers from their collectivity.|
|opinion September 23 Khadijah Kanji | Part four in a series addressing the myths that conflate multiculturalism and anti-racism.|
|opinion September 23 Ken Theobald | This pandemic has coincided with a dramatic struggle for racial and social justice. This struggle gives us confidence that the previous "normal" will no longer be tolerated.|
|September 23 Bianca Mugyenyi | As attention is focused on climate-change-fuelled fires ravaging California and Oregon, a series of "natural" disasters have swept through parts of the African continent.|
|opinion September 22 Jason Kunin | COVID-19 has undermined trust in the public school system, created mass incentive for private school and homeschooling options, and achieved a level of public acceptance for e-learning.|
|analysis September 22 Karl Nerenberg | Some Ottawa insiders have speculated that the government will pull back from any overly ambitious new programs, be they in energy, social welfare or even health, to focus on the pandemic.|
|rabble news September 21 Chelsea Nash | Largely left out of virtual schooling, EAs who are at risk of contracting COVID-19 may not have medical accommodations granted.|
|opinion September 21 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.|
|opinion September 21 Ed Finn | People who eschew science fiction deprive themselves of the most effective stimulant to their imagination.|
|opinion September 18 Khadijah Kanji | Part three in a series addressing the myths that conflate multiculturalism and anti-racism.|
|opinion September 17 Mehdi Rizvi | The alleged corruption charges against WE have destroyed both the reputation of WE and the transparency of government.|
|rabble news September 17 Karl Nerenberg | The Trudeau government could show some leadership, and drop its appeal of last July's federal court decision that the Safe Third Country Agreement violates the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.|
A plea for internationalism: why Canadian social movements must call out injustices both at home and overseasJennie-Laure Sully | Whatever cause we struggle for today in Canada, we have a responsibility to be consistent in criticizing the abuses of power that Canada engages in through its foreign policy.
|opinion September 15 Gordon Laxer | With the help of the Ontario and federal governments, Muskoka could live up to a new brand as a green vacation area, by cutting carbon emissions and taking better care of its scenic lakes and forests.|
|opinion September 15 Khadijah Kanji | Part two in a series addressing the myths that conflate multiculturalism and anti-racism.|
|opinion September 14 Ed Finn | "Canada's children are worlds apart from the happiest, healthiest children in rich countries and worlds apart from each other due to wide inequalities," said David Morley, president of UNICEF Canada.|
|opinion September 14 Chi Nguyen | Canada has seen the spectacular and quick implosion of one of the charity sector's biggest brands. The Kielburgers are leaving a gaping hole by pulling out of Canada.|
Toronto adult day school teachers didn't know if they were returning to work until one business day before school startedChelsea Nash | Adult day school teachers are precariously employed, have no job security, no benefits and are paid less than regular high school teachers.
Unifor's Jerry Dias warns Loblaw of a coming national campaign as Newfoundland workers head into fourth week of strikeChelsea Nash | Widespread public support for grocery workers is making this strike much different from previous ones, say the workers.
|opinion September 11 Amy Tan | The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically impacted our ability to grieve lost loved ones properly. To soften the blow of this "complicated grief," it is crucial that we all act as "infection fighters."|
|opinion September 11 Khadijah Kanji | Part one in a series addressing the myths that conflate multiculturalism and anti-racism.|
New Brunswick NDP candidates hope to lay groundwork for future success, despite gloomy election prospectsScott Costen | New Brunswick NDP candidates hope the party's class-based message will set the stage for a rebound over the coming years.
|opinion September 9 Yves Engler | The revelation that Canadian troops have been stationed in Saudi Arabia for 17 years highlights our military ties to the Saudi monarchy and warfare in the Middle East.|
|analysis September 9 Karl Nerenberg | To successfully and safely reopen public schools, governments and school boards should have focused on innovation and new investments. Instead, their main focus is on their financial bottom lines.|
|opinion September 8 Ed Finn | With schools reopening and the flu season approaching, the COVID-19 pandemic could be more challenging than ever to contain.|