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The Lady of the Lake (in Culture): Dad showed up towing a used trailer and promised us a clean getaway up the Yellowhead.  Related Stories Losing the Mirror (in Culture) A Man and His River (in Culture)
Charlottesville: Why White Educators Need to Fight Racism Every Day (in Opinion): Teachers have special role in fight against racism and white supremacy.  Related StoriesWhy University Rankings Cause Too Much Anxiety (in Opinion)
Singh Takes On MPs in Bid For NDP Leadership (in News): Ontario MPP says social justice focus, organizing strength will overcome campaign challenges.  Related Stories NDP Leadership Candidates Grapple with Strategic Voting (in News) Time for an Outsider to End ‘Politics Incorporated,’ Says NDP Leadership Hopeful Pat Stogran (in News) With Narrowed NDP...
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Canada's vague, unimaginative and not all that progressive priorities for NAFTA renegotiations: Hadrian Mertins-Kirkwood Stuart Trew In a series of speeches on Monday morning, Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland outlined six broad priorities for Canada in the impending renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Freeland's list was not as extensive as the U.S....
How do we get the labour movement to take up the fight against fascism?: August 17, 2017Re-engaging unions in the fight against fascismThe roots of the labour movement are anti-fascist. How do we get the labour movement to take up the fight today?
Re-engaging unions in the fight against fascism: Nora Loreto In Charlottesville, Virginia, when a car ploughed into a crowd of anti-racist activists killing Heather Heyer and injuring 19 others, many people linked that tactic to recent terror attacks, especially in Europe. Indeed, driving a truck into a crowd of protesters has become a favoured...
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Evening Brief: Terror plows through Barcelona: Tonight’s Evening Brief is brought to you by r+d creative. We are a specialized firm that takes our clients’ communication strategic to heart. We produce unique visual content that meets and exceeds expectation by rising above the noise. Visit us at www.rdcreative.com. _______________________ Goo...
As Trump disintegrates, he shows us what our leaders are made of: What’s the difference between Donald Trump and Twitter? A Twitter post has 140 characters. Trump has no character at all. Charlottesville proved that — again. So did Trump’s non-attendance at the memorial service for Heather Heyer, a young woman killed by a white supremacist high on fantasies of ...
Justice officials testing waters for sentencing reform promised by Liberals: The Justice Department wants to know what Canadians think of changing some of the former Conservative government’s controversial tough-on-crime sentencing legacy – including mandatory minimum penalties – before the Liberals bring in their promised reforms. An online survey asks respondents to jud...
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Why I am returning to the NDP to support Niki Ashton: Having left the NDP more than once, I have recently re-joined the party in order to support a leadership candidate who reflects the values and vision that inspire me and many others.
Radical funding models could be key to creating new community newspapers across Canada: At least 171 media organizations in 138 communities closed from 2008 to last January, says the Local News Research Project, a project led by the Ryerson School of Journalism. In contrast, only 51 new outlets opened.
Contrived outrage over Haitian asylum seekers in Quebec: When I read that Montreal’s Olympic Stadium was going to be used temporarily to house asylum seekers crossing from the U.S., I promptly shared the news on Twitter, adding, "Cue the anti-immigrant folks who'll suddenly remember our homeless."
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La politique sérieuse, une affaire d’hommes?: Avec les prochaines élections municipales le 5 novembre, le matériel d’information et de mobilisation de Projet Montréal commence à paraître dans les rues, sur le site Web officiel du parti et sur les médias sociaux. Une affiche présentant la cheffe...
Des appuis politiques pour La Meute?: La Meute, le groupe d’extrême-droite, semble avoir trouvé en Citoyens au pouvoir (CAP) – dont le chef est depuis peu Bernard «Rambo» Gauthier – un précieux allié. Le petit parti qui plaidait autrefois pour la noble cause d’une Constituante rétrocédan...
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I love America: Ezra Levant’s renunciation of the alt-right (a popular activity at the moment) has been predictably scorned as disingenuous, but one passage struck me as entirely believable: “When I first heard of the alt-right a year ago, I thought it simply meant the insurgent right, the politically incorrect...
The State of the Canadian Left: a dialogue: This is the third in a serious of dialogues on Canadian politics between me, J.J. McCullough, resident of Coquitlam, B.C., and my friend Doug Musk, resident of Beamsville, Ontario. Check out our previous dialogues on the state of the Canadian right, the state of the 2017 Conservative Party leader...
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Kevin O’Leary quits leadership bid of Canada’s Conservative Party: With the news that Kevin O’Leary has pulled out of the running for the leader of Canada’s Conservative Party, I thought that it was a ......Read More The post Kevin O’Leary quits leadership bid of Canada’s Conservative Party appeared first on .
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Yes, Change is Hard and Requires Math, That is Why We Elected You: So it seems that the response about the electoral reform committee (EMME) process is that there are lots of committed, organized, focused, passionate people who want to make this country better, speaking for the importance of changing our voting system to one that assigns seats in proportion to t...
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CELEBRATING RIGHT TO KNOW WEEK: A panel discussion during Right to Know Week will take place at Carleton University later this month. (Photograph by nismonick) I’m excited to announce I’ll be speaking at my alma mater for an event celebrating Right to Know Week. On Sept. 26, Carleton University and the Office of the Informati...
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Teaching Digital at the Kennedy School of Government: Part 6: Bringing it Together: Okay, so to recap, here at the Kennedy School of Government I’m interested in the social, economic and policy changes brought about by the way digital technologies expand or threaten how we can solve problems, relate to one another, and reimagine institutions and the world. We have a range of stu...

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