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Sacrifice and the public university

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When people talk about shared sacrifice, it’s rarely anything of the sort.

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PC shock therapy will kill this province, not balance its books

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Davis government slams province with austerity budget

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Labour unions rally against privatization

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The government’s recent announcement it will privatize long-term care through public-private partnerships has the labour movement and both opposition parties crying foul, arguing people must come before profit.

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Budget 2015: demand the fall of the government

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We are all responsible

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Police: Serving to repress dissent and protect the state

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The police response to the anti-austerity protests in Québec reveal a deeply troubling reality: Police have become a tool to repress resistance to inequality, protect the power and profit of a few and nullify democracy in the process

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In solidarity with Québec anti-austerity protesters

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On Thursday people are gathering in St. John’s to protest austerity and police violence, and to show solidarity with the student-led anti-austerity protests in Québec

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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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Lament for a donut

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What donuts can teach us about Canadian nationalism, neoliberal globalization, and hope for the future

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CETA: Time to admit it’s an oversold, underhanded deal

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The squabble between the federal and provincial governments over the $280 million MPR package is an opportunity to revisit what we’ve been asked to give up under CETA, and just what we’re getting in return.

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Trade treaties bloom, sovereignty wilts

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The federal government is engaged in five major “free trade agreements” that threaten the degree of control Canadians have over their land, resources, freedom and future

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The Indy News Hour – March 30, 2014

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“Austerity doesn’t work”: Reaction to Budget 2014 — The ‘Really Important News’ with Hans Rollmann — ‘Rogue Meteorology Weather Report’ with Matt Grant — Tribute to Emile Benoit and Frank Maher — Prof. launches petition to keep guns out of Memorial University classrooms — Special 3-part Indy exclusive explores social, political, economic circumstances surrounding sealing disasters of 1914

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A good news budget?

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Two things worth knowing that you might not have heard about Thursday’s budget

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Players, absentees and spectators in the CETA ambush

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Who supports the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, and why? Who might have opposed it, but hasn’t? Are there prospects for stopping it?

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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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CETA “not about trade”

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In the first of this 5-part series: What the North American Free Trade Agreement has taught us, and the implications of another treaty based on the neoliberal “free trade” ideology

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It’s a free-for-all! And it’s got to stop

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The effects of down-sizing and deregulation on safety are destructive, and they’re finally hitting home.

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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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It was the best of times, it was the worst of times

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Amidst mounting tension on Confederation Hill and throughout the province, the Dunderdale administration is seeing the backlash to its own austerity program. Current efforts to manage dissent are being met with growing resistance. In whose hands does the future of Newfoundland and Labrador reside?

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On Newfoundland Republicanism, Political Freedom, and Hannah Arendt

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Currently, we have an ethos that encourages passivity in relation to the abuses that political parties inflict on us today. But it’s not the only possible state of affairs

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