Columnists
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Linda McQuaig | Contrary to business mythology, the private sector doesn't always do things better. Rather, it always does things to make a profit.
Podcast
John Clarke at Alberta Public Library. Image: John Clarke/Facebook
Victoria Fenner | John Clarke, recently retired co-founder of Ontario Coalition Against Poverty, traveled to Alberta to help strategize against the UCP agenda. Listen to a talk he gave on March 27, 2019.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | The sex ed curriculum will be an overt omen, but there's a bigger picture. Ford's staff has a reputation for undermining the public education system with tax breaks and standardized tests.
Blog
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Michael Laxer | As long as the Liberal government allows grotesque social assistance rates to continue, any pretensions by Wynne to claim to care at all about social justice remain a hollow farce.
News
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Jessica Vomiero | The funding of the TTC has often been a source of debate among Toronto residents and politicians. TTC activists state that funding is the best fix, not private partnerships.
Blog
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Trish Hennessy | The single most positive move a newly minted government could do is to finally repudiate the most powerful and lasting relic of the Mike Harris era: the 1999 Taxpayer Protection Act.
Blog
Michael Stewart | Things are different when it comes to teachers. Particularly in B.C., teachers can't be in it for the money anymore. When they strike, they strike for the public good.
News
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Heather Morgan | A pattern has emerged over the past 30 years in Ontario conservative politics. The pattern? A systematic sabotaging of Ontario.
Blog
Jim Flaherty
David J. Climenhaga | It is not speaking ill of the dead to say the charming Jim Flaherty held the same beliefs as the charmless Stephen Harper. It is the unvarnished and necessary truth.
RabbleTV
Humberto DaSilva | Former Ontario Premier Mike Harris said amalgamation would decrease the cost and size of government. But, you don't make things bigger to reduce their size and cost, do you?
Blog
David J. Climenhaga | Count on it, Alberta's "sunshine list" of senior civil service salaries will upset the people it names -- and it's unlikely to achieve its political objective.
Blog
Richard Nixon
David J. Climenhaga | He should quit, but our prime minister thinks he is just too essential to his project of dragging the country kicking and screaming back into the 19th century.