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Quebec

History repeats itself…

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“How in the name of God did it all go so unbelievably wrong? Were we all asleep at the switch?”

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Barbaric culture talk

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As politicians bid for votes in the last few days of a seemingly endless election campaign, it deserves to be asked: Is winning the best measure of leadership?

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Time to fix the childcare problem

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Childcare is an investment in our society’s future. Let’s start treating it like one.

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Dispatches from Printemps 2015

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While students and other segments of civil society take to the streets of Montreal and Québec City to oppose austerity, are Newfoundlanders and Labradorians prepared for the austerity measures headed our way?

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Quebec students are fighting for you

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Canadians need to support the Quebec student strike

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Fracking moratoria could cause “domino effect” in North America, including NL

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Three major decisions this week to ban fracking in New York, New Brunswick and Quebec indicate what some say could be the beginning of the end for fracking in Canada and the United States

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Learning from Quebec

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If we value our culture and heritage, why are we so bad at preserving it?

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Scotland, Newfoundland and Labrador: the future of small nations

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Scottish National Party loses a referendum, but wins a tremendous victory for Scotland and small nations around the world

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The lessons of failure

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What progressives can learn from the Scottish referendum

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Nothing lasts forever…

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…not even in Canada

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Just dying

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Right-to-die laws are a complicated discussion that this province needs to have

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Oh…Canada?

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What does it mean to be Canadian when you’re living abroad?

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Food sovereignty and other priorities

in Featured/Potato Potato by

While many are benefiting from the province’s move toward a full-on energy economy, there is little hope for future generations, who will wonder why we didn’t think of them by investing in a sustainable food secure and food sovereign future.

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Sleeping through trade agreements, waking up to corporate empire

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May 11 is World Fair Trade Day, a time to talk about trade injustice and Canada’s waning control over its own sovereignty.

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Tuktu me, what ya herd?

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Fancy that: a tremendously important event not covered at all by the media…

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Gatineau Park [Quebec]

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Lynn takes us for a weekend trip to Gatineau Park, Quebec

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Permit me to disagree

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The origins of permits and licenses from one culture doesn’t always transfer to another easily. Nor does it reflect the real reason for the permits in the first place – protecting the resource.

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Quebec election PQ’ed my interest

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Brandon has a few insights into the Quebec election, how it could have been different, and the lessons we can learn from Quebec (and other mature democracies)

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“Casseroles Night in Canada” now playing in St. John’s

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The Québec government took drastic measures last month to quash a student uprising against proposed tuition fee hikes in the province. In turn, “les casseroles” have become a Canada-wide symbol of ‘Solidarité’.

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You need to respect others in order to secede

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A Labradorian adds their perspective to the independence debate

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