Blog February 1
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Ed Finn | Rules of corporate governance make moves to slow climate change impossible. Perhaps we can only hope that humankind’s extinction will be forestalled by the too-long-delayed extinction of capitalism.
Blog February 1
Dr. Trevor Harrison, director of the Parkland Institute and co-author of Alberta in Context, Health Care Under NDP Governments (Photo: David J. Climenhaga).
David J. Climenhaga | The facts don't support the myth New Democratic Party governments always try to break the bank with health-care spending.
Columnists February 1
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attends a vigil for the victims of the terrorist attack at the Centre culturel islamique de Québec in Québec City. Photo: Adam Scotti/PMO
Monia Mazigh | There is a double standard in the application of terrorism legislation in cases of Muslims versus non-Muslims in Canada.
Book Review February 1
Tavleen Purewal | Brand's complex new novel explores how academic theory measures up to knowledge of the body and heart.
Podcast February 1
Canadian activists talk about the coup in Venezuela and some of the reasons our government is declaring it a righteous act.
Victoria Fenner | With Radhika Desai - Winnipeg-Venezuela Peace Committee, Nino Pagliccia - Vancouver based Venezuelan Canada and Humberto da Silva, member of the delegation which monitored May 2018's election.
Blog January 31
Supreme Court of Canada. Photo: Michael Muraz/Flickr
David J. Climenhaga | Stand by for a veritable tempest of wailing about "activist judges" from banking, oil industry and conservative quarters in response to this morning's ruling by the Supreme Court.
Columnists January 31
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Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | A new film tells the story of undocumented immigrants who get themselves arrested by federal authorities so they can infiltrate an immigrant detention centre and organize the detainees inside.
Blog January 31
Albert Koehl, Michael Black | Many large cities in Europe no longer passively accept the casualty toll inflicted by trucks. They are adopting measures to improve pedestrian and cycling traffic.
Columnists January 31
Youth for Climate - March for a better future in Brussels January 17, 2019. Photo: European Greens/Flickr
Lois Ross | Climate protests in Europe highlight concerns similar to those of small farmers in Canada. Farmers concerned about climate change are calling on a return to smaller, more sustainable farms.
Columnists January 31
Celia Chandler with her partner Jack Sikorski in 2016. Photo: Kate O'Connor/Sweetheart Empire
Celia Chandler, Pro Bono | In this third part of a three-part series on medically assisted death in Canada, Celia Chandler describes her husband's final days before his assisted death, and shares her reflections on the process.
News January 31
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Karl Nerenberg | Two days before the byelection vote, polls had the Liberal candidate ahead 13 points. But the vote gave the NDP a win by nearly 10 points – a 23-point difference.
Blog January 30
The Supreme Court of Canada building in Ottawa (Photo: David J. Climenhaga).
David J. Climenhaga | Alberta courts have ruled that banks come first and polluters can't be forced to clean up their messes if they go broke. We'll learn the Supreme Court's take on this tomorrow.