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Gerry Caplan | When it comes to our vets, Harper government rhetoric and policies are in a virtual war, with pro-vet policies being the big loser.
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Nora Loreto | Many Canadians will adorn the red poppy in advance of Remembrance Day, but today does it still stand as a symbol of peace?
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"No NATO, No War": U.S. veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan return war medals at NATO Summit
rabbleTV | Iraq Veterans Against the War held a ceremony where nearly 50 veterans discarded their war medals by hurling them down the street in the direction of the NATO summit.
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Amy Goodman | This week, NATO, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, is holding the largest meeting in its 63-year history in Chicago. Protests and rallies will confront the two-day summit.
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Krystalline Kraus | The Canadian Veterans Advocacy (CVA) will be organizing a Vigil for Veterans on Parliament Hill to coincide with the first reading of the budget, where veterans face potentially devastating cuts..
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Elizabeth Littlejohn | Speaking to veterans in Toronto on Nov. 11 about their support for the Occupy movement and their own lives is a lesson on fighting for human rights and freedoms.
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Amy Goodman | U.S. veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars are appearing more and more on the frontlines -- the frontlines of the Occupy Wall Street protests, that is.
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Karl Nerenberg | The government hones its brush-off skills as the Opposition faces the prospect of a shortened parlimentary session.
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Catherine A. Traywick | When 392,000 immigrants are detained per year and 33,000 more are detained everyday with limited staff and minimal federal oversight, institutional misconduct is inevitable.