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David J. Climenhaga | The Atlas Network is said to have distributed about US$5 million to groups it supports worldwide in 2016. Among the group's partners are 12 Canadian entities.
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Rick Salutin | The Ken Burns documentary has multiple perspectives and lays them out almost randomly, not bothering to reconcile them or even segue between. That jibes with my own experience at the time.
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Linda McQuaig | Whenever Americans start tinkering with their deeply dysfunctional health-care system, we feel the reverberations up here, as right-wing commentators seek to denigrate our system of health care.
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Hugh Mackenzie
David J. Climenhaga | Was the Fraser Institute's critique of a CCPA study really a memo to mainstream media bosses to watch what facts they report?
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Barry McNamar
David J. Climenhaga | The Alberta Prosperity Fund's uninformative website tells very little about what the APF proposes to do and nothing at all about who is behind it.
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David Suzuki | Clean energy technology, transit improvements and conservation create more jobs and economic activity and contribute to greater well-being and a more stable economy than fossil fuel industries.
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Brave New Films | The Koch Brothers have been handed the ability to buy our democracy. But that doesn't mean we can't shine a light on them!
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Humberto DaSilva | Uh, we need to talk about the Fraser Institute and their right-wing, fanatical theories. And ask, why do they have charitable status?
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Kathleen Wynne
David J. Climenhaga | All the New Democrats really had to do to have a chance to win the government of Ontario was act like New Democrats.
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Meg Borthwick | The perception of Canada as a mild right-wing, 'abortion paradise' is just not true. Though we may not see much evidence of a debate over reproductive rights, it doesn't mean it's not happening.
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David J. Climenhaga | Legislation like Alberta Bills 45 and 46 are part of a broader pattern throughout the increasingly undemocratic industrialized West to criminalize dissent of any kind.
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Elizabeth May | The New York Times has been reporting that a mountain of coke, waste from refining Alberta bitumen, is towering over the streets of Detroit.