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Nora Loreto | The Ontario Liberals have ushered in the most regressive and anti-student policies in Canada. I remain unconvinced that a Liberal promise for free post-secondary education is what it says it is.
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Common Frontiers | Trade and investment agreements increase corporate power, erode state sovereignty, weaken democratic authority and are central to the neoliberal framework of privatization and deregulation.
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Common Frontiers | Trade and investment agreements increase corporate power, erode state sovereignty, weaken democratic authority and are central to the neoliberal framework of privatization and deregulation.
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Maude Barlow | On October 20, Catarina de Albuquerque, the special rapporteur on the human right to drinking water and sanitation and Leilani Farha, the special rapporteur on housing, visit Detroit.
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Stuart Trew | I submitted comments to the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade as part of a government request for input on Canada's participation in a plurilateral international services agreement.
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Andrew Jackson | Margaret Thatcher broke decisively with the post-war Keynesian welfare state and ushered in the still-enduring age of neo-liberalism.
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Stuart Trew | Hamilton City Council passed a second motion on CETA, re-stating its preference "to be excluded from the CETA," and requesting "an immediate briefing from the Provincial Government."
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Simon Enoch | The City of Regina recently announced its intention to enter into a 30-year contract with a private corporation to upgrade its wastewater treatment facilities.
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Simon Enoch | Where does the Saskatchewan government stand on the privatization of provincial Crown corporations? Despite rhetorical commitment to the Crowns, it seems like privatization is on the agenda.
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Louis Gaudreau | In a recent interview, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty suggested privatizing the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation within the next 5 to 10 years.
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Stuart Trew | The Trade Justice Network and Réseau québécois sur l'intégration continentale (RQIC) co-hosted a media teleconference on parts of the Canada-EU trade deal that have become controversial in Europe.
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Stuart Trew | The Réseau québécois sur l'intégration continentale (RQIC) has sent a questionnaire on the Canada-EU trade negotiations to political parties competing in the Quebec election.