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Erika Shaker | Ed Finn was a historian, an activist, an adviser, a colleague, a shop steward, a mentor, a pun-master, and a surrogate great-uncle. Erika Shaker pays tribute to an extraordinary man.
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Panitch in 2019 (Image: Photo by David J. Climenhaga)
David J. Climenhaga | Panitch, one of the intellectual pillars of the Canadian left and a leading scholar of the global depredations of neoliberalism, died Saturday from COVID-19.
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Duncan Cameron | In memory of the celebrated Canadian political economist, Mel Watkins.
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Activist and actress Shirley Douglas in 2006. Image: frank saptel/Flickr
Brent Patterson | Shirley Douglas was a champion of public health care, nuclear disarmament and the Black Panther breakfast program.
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Doug O'Halloran, 1952-2019. Image: Dave Cournoyer
David J. Climenhaga | A statement from UFCW 401 president Thomas Hesse and secretary treasurer Richelle Stewart said, "it is hard to express how saddened we are by the loss of our great brother, Douglas."
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Federal CCF Caucus, 1942. M.J. Coldwell is the new leader after Woodsworth's death. Left to right, Tommy Douglas, George Castleden, Angus MacInnis, Coldwell, Clarie Gillis , Joe Noseworthy, Sandy Nicholoson, and Percy Wright. Photo: C.C.F. / Library and Archives Canada / C-000314 via Wikimedia Commons
Bill Blaikie | Former MPP Richard Allen told the stories of Canadian left-wing politics in a way that helped many people of faith to see a place for themselves in the struggle for an alternative to capitalism.
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Paul Dewar in 2019. Photo: Phillip Jeffrey/Flickr
Dennis Gruending | Former Ottawa Centre MP Paul Dewar, who died of cancer in February 2019, was known to say that all religious faith is political.
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rabble staff | As the first person arrested under a new law at the G20 in Toronto in 2010, he made headlines. He continued to fight injustice and increase awareness.
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Rick Salutin | Philip Roth, an American novelist who was a pre-eminent figure in 20th-century literature, died at age 85 last week.
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Peter Biesterfeld | The former Health Canada scientist and whistleblower was a hero of the non-GMO movement.
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Photo of Joan Gower Gillatt used with permission from BCGEU.
Meagan Gillmore | The Canadian labour movement lost a formidable champion of women's rights this month with the passing of Joan Gower Gillatt, the first woman president of what is now the BCGEU.
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John Dillon
Jennifer Henry | John Dillon, KAIROS Canada's long-serving researcher and policy analyst on the global economy, human rights and ecological justice passed away on June 5.