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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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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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“To resist for the sake of a single tree”

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From the centre of Istanbul’s protests this week, Hans Rollmann reports on the rising of a powerful social movement and the violent state terror it has encountered.

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Something awful this way comes

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In the face of mounting evidence about exploitation of foreign workers, it’s time for our provincial government to take concrete action

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Food (in)security and the North

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Note: 61st Parallel will be published every four weeks, instead of bi-weekly, to make room for Charlene Paterson’s new column “Remote Control”

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You gotta fight for your right to…sleep?

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Since 2008 homelessness activists in B.C. have been defending their right to sleep in tents in city parks. One of them, David Arthur Johnston, recently visited St. John’s to share his experiences.

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A nasty, nasty business

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The use of temporary foreign workers in Bay de Verde is a problem on many levels. Our government needs to act now to ensure it doesn’t become worse.

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The politics of mediocrity

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Our government is watching. And waiting.
And not doing a whole lot else…

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Appreciating complexity

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As the Kony 2012 viral media sensation stokes debate, one Newfoundlander’s project seeks to challenge quick-fix attitudes

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Canadian values under threat

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But who are they most in danger from?

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Controversy over Memorial University’s new partnership with IOC

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Does MUN take into account the ethical history of these investors, or do they turn a blind eye once they see the cloth bag emblazoned with an over-sized dollar sign?

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Refugees

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Graph showing the backlog of refugees, the number of claims granted and the success rate, 1999-2009.

What is Jason Kenney up to?

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