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Blog - Alberta Diary October 29
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley addresses NDP members in her speech in Edmonton. Photo: David J. Climenhaga
David J. Climenhaga | The prevailing media narrative is Rachel Notley and the NDP are down in the polls, down in the trajectory of history and down for the count. So why aren't they looking down in the mouth?
Blog - Alberta Diary October 28
Former Alberta NDP leader Brian Mason says farewell to the party’s convention in Edmonton yesterday as the premier, former leaders and MLAs look on
David J. Climenhaga | Alberta Premier Rachel Notley called retiring former leader Brian Mason "a titan" at the party's convention in Edmonton.
Blog - The Journalism Doctor October 28
Toronto City Hall
John Miller | Nearly a week after Ontario’s municipal elections, there has been very little reportage on the shocking lack of progress in making municipal councils more reflective of the population.
Blog - Alberta Diary October 27
Service Alberta Minister Brian Malkinson (Photo: David J. Climenhaga).
David J. Climenhaga | Among changes scheduled to go into effect next week will be the transition of the body the industry set up to investigate consumer complaints in-house into a public agency.
Blog - Brent Patterson October 26
Rally against the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement. Photo by Neil Ballantyne via Wikimedia Commons
Brent Patterson | The Trudeau government's tacking "progressive" onto the name of the TPP is both absurd and wrong.
Blog - On The Other Hand October 26
Michelle Thrush's Inner Elder leads the dancing. Image: Penney Kome
Penney Kome | Calgarians had a chance to see two pieces of Indigenous theatre on consecutive nights recently, in which artists addressed painful subjects with humour and respect.
Blog - เกมออนไลน์ www.populertarih.com's staff blog October 24
Brent Patterson | With your support, rabble can take it even further in the next year, providing a rich outlet for the work of social justice journalists.
Blog - Alberta Diary October 24
United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney (Photo: Jason Kenney Instagram account).
David J. Climenhaga | It wasn't long after Elections Alberta published its quarterly report that a copy of a letter to car dealers from the chair of the Motor Dealers Association was circulating on social media.
Blog - David Suzuki October 23
David Suzuki | Politicians have decided short-term economic gain and positive election prospects are more important than ensuring that we and our children and grandchildren will have a viable future.
Blog - Brent Patterson October 23
Photo by Raysonho @ Open Grid Scheduler / Grid Engine via Wikimedia Commons.
Brent Patterson | In less than one year voters will go to the polls to cast their ballot; what analysis and hope can social justice activists offer?
Blog - Brent Patterson October 23
Twitter photo via @pedroultreras
Brent Patterson | An estimated 7,200 people are now walking together toward the U.S. border to flee violence and repression in Honduras.
Blog - Brent Patterson October 22
Photo by New Zealand Defence Force/Wikimedia Commons.
Brent Patterson | Federal NDP leader Jagmeet Singh says the sale of LAV 6s must stop following the murder Jamal Khashoggi.
Blog - Alberta Diary October 22
Alberta Party Leader Stephen Mandel speaks as former leader Greg Clark looks on. Image: David J. Climenhaga
David J. Climenhaga | While the Alberta Party has more potential than the FCP, political punters are advised not to bet the family farm, or even a week's pay, on it getting much traction in 2019.
Blog - Alberta Diary October 21
Alberta Order of Excellence recipient k.d. lang tours the Premier’s Office with Alberta Premier Rachel Notley
David J. Climenhaga | k.d. lang is one of the great talents Alberta has given the world and one of our province's best-known success stories.
Blog - Alberta Diary October 20
David J. Climenhaga | Dear America: No one here wants to take Manhattan -- Kansas or New York, take your pick -- or even Berlin. If we're coming for you, it'll just be to bring you gummy bears.
Blog - Your Heart's On The Left October 20
Jesse McLaren | If Doug Ford wants to end hallway medicine, he should support legislation promoting healthy wages and paid sick days.
Blog - Dr. Dawg's Blawg October 19
Cannabis sativa. Photo: Rotational/Wikimedia Commons
J. Baglow | I'm not celebrating the legalization of cannabis. Here's why.
Blog - Brent Patterson October 19
Refugees entering Europe in 2015, arriving by sea through Greece and Italy. Photo by Jmersina/ Wikimedia Commons.
Brent Patterson | There is no common cause with anti-immigration parties in the U.S., France, Italy, Germany and elsewhere when seeking trade justice.
Blog - Alberta Diary October 18
David J. Climenhaga | Fossil fuel industry decision makers lean toward a business-as-usual approach to get full value out of their corporate investments, a study of the sector's highly concentrated financial ties suggests.
Blog - Brent Patterson October 18
Extinction Rebellion Facebook photo.
Brent Patterson | Yesterday, environmental activists from a new U.K.-based movement occupied the Greenpeace office in London, with the message: "It is time to rebel."
Blog - เกมออนไลน์ www.populertarih.com's staff blog October 17
Judy Rebick | It's time to make rabble a sustainable organization for future generations. You have been part of that history, we hope you'll be part of the future.
Blog - Policy Note October 17
David Eby launches the How We Vote public engagement at the B.C. legislature. Photo: Province of British Columbia/Flickr
Seth Klein | Minority outcomes result in more cooperation in our politics. Parties have to put together governing alliances or coalitions that, in combination, reflect the majority of voters.
Blog - Alberta Diary October 17
Hugh MacDonald shortly before his retirement announcement, at the 2011 Edmonton Labour Council Labour Day BBQ (Photo: David J. Climenhaga).
David J. Climenhaga | In opposition, Liberal MLA "Hughie" MacDonald was a scourge of the government. He was sincerely offended by dishonesty and self-interest in high places.
Blog - David Suzuki October 16
David Suzuki | Listening to these politicians could lead people to think global warming isn't an urgent challenge or that the science and its well-known, already observable effects are up for debate.
Blog - Indigenous Nationhood October 16
Protestors block the gates of the Kinder Morgan Richmond Terminal in solidarity with First Nations in Canada. Photo: Peg Hunter/Flickr
Pamela Palmater | Canada has already decided that the Trans Mountain pipeline will be built, before ever talking to any impacted First Nations. This renders constitutionally protected Indigenous rights meaningless.
Blog - Yves Engler's Blog October 16
Venezualan President Nicolás Maduro with members of his government. Photo: Xavier Granja Cede?o/Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores Comercio e Integración/Wikimedia Commons
Yves Engler | Requesting the International Criminal Court investigate Venezuela's government is a significant escalation in Ottawa's campaign of interference in the domestic affairs of another country.
Blog - Alberta Diary October 16
United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney addresses the Calgary Chamber of Commerce on Oct. 9 (Screenshot of Calgary Chamber video).
David J. Climenhaga | A recent speech by Jason Kenney to the Calgary Chamber of Commerce indicates he intends to ram through a radical program with minimal public consultation if the UCP wins the next election.
Blog - Open Media's blog October 15
Marie Aspiazu | Last week, Canada signed a rebranded NAFTA deal after months of suspense and secretive negotiations. But what does the deal mean for the internet? Here's the lowdown.
Blog - Alberta Diary October 15
Jason Kenney & Lance Coulter. Image: Facebook
David J. Climenhaga | The UCP nomination candidate kicked off the ballot by party officials for posing for selfies with unsavoury visitors at a constituency beer night alleges he was dumped for refusing to lie.
Blog - Brent Patterson October 15
Brent Patterson | An "electronic tidal wave" contributed to the defeat of the Multilateral Agreement on Investment in 1998, what lessons does that hold for us today?

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