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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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On dependence and independence

in To Each Their Own by

When Ottawa sells out the fishery to score international political points, it raises questions about our current – and future – relationships

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Something is wrong in Canada

in To Each Their Own by

Political interference in scientific research must not be tolerated.

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Getting science wrong, with dire consequences

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Researchers warn of the growing impact of political intervention on scientific research in Canada

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

in Letters by

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

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Going out the back door

in To Each Their Own by

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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Loretta Saunders’ death latest in growing epidemic

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As the number of missing and murdered aboriginal women in Canada continues to rise at an alarming rate, people, human rights groups and politicians strengthen the call for a national public inquiry

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Media watchdog says CBC at risk of being turned into a ‘state broadcaster’

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With its back to the wall, will Canada’s public broadcaster stand up to a government that is tightening its grip on the network’s freedom? Or should ‘friends’ intervene?

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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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More questions loom as Labrador votes in controversial by-election

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Unresolved concerns over Peter Penashue’s 2011 campaign financing may undermine the integrity of the federal democratic process in Labrador as voters go to the polls.

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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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George Orwell’s Guide to Canadian Politics

in Featured/Gadfly by

A critical analysis of the Harper government’s behavioural patterns reveals two possibilities: it’s either an enormous coincidence or the Conservative Party of Canada is staging its own production of 1984.

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Stephen Harper’s Border Road Show

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By endorsing the exploitation of immigrants as entertainment, federal Conservatives toy with a politics of fear and hate

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Water they waiting for?

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How Canadian mining companies are profiting from environmental and human rights abuses in water-poor countries, and with the help of the Canadian government.

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Blue Rodeo, 25 years on

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Co-founder and lead singer Greg Keelor talks about the band’s early years, the Idle No More movement and his support for native rights. They play St. John’s on Saturday.

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Sin and redemption

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A tragic irony at Christmas time…

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The War of 2012

in Featured by

This year’s War of 1812 commemorations may amount to nationalist pseudo-history, but don’t laugh too hard. They are part of a more serious campaign: Stephen Harper’s war on knowledge.

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Letter from a Labrador youth

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As the federal and provincial governments steamroll ahead with plans to dam the Lower Grand River (known as Mistashipu to many locals), individuals and aboriginal groups in Labrador are raising their voices in opposition to what many see as an appropriation of their land without fair compensation.

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Federal support for Muskrat furthers ire in Labrador

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With the Government of Canada offering a loan guarantee for the hydro-electric development on the Lower Grand River, the Muskrat Falls controversy is heating up and provoking backlash from angry Labradorians.

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Islanders protest federal government’s austerity plans

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The Sept. 15 nation-wide protests were held 48 hours before Parliament resumed. It is expected the Harper administration will push through further cuts to social services and public sector jobs in another omnibus budget bill.

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