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Why should every vote count?

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On Sept. 13, a group of fewer than 700 people chose our premier. Last week, New Brunswickers chose theirs. The difference here is important, and the problems of each vote illustrate the importance of voting to democracy.

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Sharp criticism sometimes stifles discussion

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There is a fine line between freedom of expression and (tolerance of) discriminatory language and beliefs: have we found it?

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The cruel optimism of reform

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Newfoundland and Labrador is on the low road to a difficult future

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Something is wrong in Canada

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Political interference in scientific research must not be tolerated.

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An “innocent” Nigel Wright does not stem our multiplying villainies

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There is much reason to be cynical of our political class, and the systems meant to check and balance them.

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Give me direct democracy or give me window-dressing

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The NL Open Government Initiative does not mean what it says

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When little means a lot

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Tom Marshall’s first and last speech from the throne is as remarkable for what it does not say as for what it does

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Going out the back door

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With the “Fair Elections Act” the federal Conservatives may have the trump, but they’re not playing with a full deck

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Newfoundland revolution, then and now

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Lessons from a history of social unrest in Newfoundland

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Real choice means you can say “No”

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If people had the option to select “None of the Above” on a ballot they would get more of what they really want and less of what they do not

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It was the best of times, it was the worst of times (all over again)

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Kathy Dunderdale’s legacy is a complex one, but one thing is clear: the PC government must dramatically shift course

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The state of democracy in NL

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The province’s democratic tradition has fault lines and is once again under threat

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Demo-X St. John’s: an experiment in democracy

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Democracy is practiced in many ways. If ours isn’t working, why not learn about some others?

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Aspiring to inspire: municipal politics at election time

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St. John’s needs strong leadership now more than ever. Strong leadership needs to be based on strong ideas. Both appear to be in short supply.

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The dragon roars: a [sort-of-but-not-really] defense of the Canadian Senate

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Abolish the Senate? Not so fast…

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Fixing democracy

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Turkey isn’t the only country plagued by a deficit of democracy. Canada’s federal Conservatives don’t have much more ethical credibility than Turkey’s embattled regime.

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Gezi Park protests reinvigorate Turkey’s labour movement

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Turkey’s unions struggle to find their role in the protests sweeping the nation.

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Taksim Square: repression and resistance

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As the Turkish government moves to crush the pro-democracy movement, there are ways the wider public can help the courageous protestors.

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Beyond Istanbul

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Turkey’s protest movement is sweeping other cities and towns across the country. The international media’s just not there to capture most of it.

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Inside Gezi Park

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The occupation of Istanbul’s last remaining green space is giving way to new forms of community and democracy.

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