Has former Wildrose leader Danielle Smith become a (not so) secret admirer of NDP Premier Rachel Notley?David J. Climenhaga | Danielle Smith's recent op-ed was certainly not the ringing endorsement of the UCP one would have expected from a former conservative Opposition leader at this moment.
|Blog March 22 Brent Patterson | Podemos MEP Tania González Pe?as brought together three women activists who have fought for justice, fair wages and safer working conditions in coal mines.|
|News March 22 Marites N. Sison | The rally was part of a co-ordinated action in over a dozen cities across Canada, including Montreal, Vancouver and Halifax.|
|Blog March 22 Brent Patterson | Tailings spills from Canadian mines in Zapotec territory in Mexico and Xat'sull territory in Canada show that laws are falling short of protecting Indigenous peoples and the environment.|
|Blog March 22 David J. Climenhaga | Neal Bernard Hancock first appeared on the national scene in September 2016, when he appeared on Parliament Hill in coveralls and a hardhat, complete with streaks of grime on his face.|
|Columnists March 22 Broadsides, Antonia Zerbisias | Almost as soon as he became premier, Doug Ford began bullying Ontario youth with cuts to programs, projects and policies aimed at giving them safe, secure, healthy and prosperous futures.|
|Podcast March 22 Marc Belanger, C. Marie Ainsborough, Derek Blackaddder | On RadioLabour for March 22-29 - Karen Walker of the EFTO talks about the UN's Commission on the Status of Women conference, and a call by a young activist with autism for action on climate change.|
|Blog March 22 Amelia Berot-Burns | Clean water is a human right and yet billions of people, including in Canada, are deprived of it. World Water Day shines a spotlight on this human crisis.|
|News March 21 Rosemary Frei | John Tory's eye, like Bill Morneau's, appears to be squarely on boosting the share of the private sector in the benefits from the escalating building boom.|
|Columnists March 21 Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | As New Zealand mourns, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern strives to place the focus on the 50 victims, and has promised swift action to change the nation's gun laws.|
เครดิต ฟรี 888The parents of the late Rob Stewart reflect on his legacy to help us understand sharks and stop shark finningVictoria Fenner | Bill S-238 is before Parliament to end shark finning. An interview with Brian Stewart and Sandra Campbell about their late son's films and his commitment to end the exploitation of sharks.
|Blog March 21 Pamela Palmater | The exclusion of Indigenous women and girls as a priority in this federal budget is a glaring example of the ongoing racism and sexism that is so deeply embedded in Canada's laws and policies.|