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David J. Climenhaga | We may have come from all over to Western Canada, but after a generation or two we became Scots without even realizing it.
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Center for Economic Policy Research | Brazilian diplomat Ricardo Seitenfus made headlines in late 2010 when he slammed the United Nations and the U.S.-Canada-France over their treatment of Haiti. Now he's back with a book.
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David Suzuki | Human rights are vulnerable when governments promote the interests of corporations over a healthy environment, and use heavy-handed tactics to ensure people who disagree don’t get in the way.
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Elizabeth May | With the recent revelations that CSEC spies on the Brazilian government to protect energy interests, it's clear Harper treats the fossil fuel industry as a "client" and government as their servant.
Columnists
Thomas Ponniah | When participants in the recent Brazilian protests were polled on who would be their choice for the country's next president, a striking pick was Chief Justice Joaquim Barbosa.
News
Dave Zirin | The pot has officially boiled over as hundreds of thousands of people marched in at least ten cities this week. The financial capital of Sao Paolo was brought to a standstill.
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Sarah Lazare | Protests at Rio de Janeiro's Confederations Cup football tournament continue into their second day as protesters assail high government spending on sports infrastructure while public services vanish.
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Ben Powless | The Rio+20 Earth Summit has been called too little, too late, but there may be some positive developments from social movements that met during the talks.
Podcast
Mitch Podolak, Michael Welch, Ashley Titterton | Alert! Radio #159 - Interviews with Pascale Robitaille, Diana Lombardi and Eva Golinger. Headlines, Around the Left in 7 Days and Music is the Weapon.
Podcast
Judy Rebick and Cathi Bond | Judy Rebick and Cathi Bond visit the Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus and the Futuristic Brazil.
RabbleTV
rabbleTV | Laura Flanders interviews expert on Fordlandia, a forgotten jungle city in Brazil's rain forest, conceived by Henry Ford to provide rubber for his cars.
News
Ron Verzuh | As the world watches the Carnaval festivities, we look at Brazil's teeming metropolis as seen from the iconic Christ statue high above Rio de Janeiro.