Posted: January 12, 2011
IN THE CROSSHAIRS OF THE RIGHT by Linda McQuaig
Arizona shooting highlights media deference to violent right-wing rhetoric.
NOT IN LOCKSTEP WITH THE USA by Matthew Bramley, Director, Climate Change, Pembina Institute
For Canada, the benefits of cutting carbon emissions will outweigh the costs.
AFTERMATH OF PUNJAB ASSASSINATION by Daud Khattak
Targeted violence leaves Pakistan moderates reeling, speechless.
COPYRIGHT REFORM by Bill Freeman
Some clauses in Bill C-32 are downright harmful to creators.
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ARIZONA: SPEAKING OUT FOR PROGRESSIVE VALUES TAKES GUTS by Ish Theilheimer
Peace, love and understanding are values that represent the progressive movement.
RAYMOND LAVIGNE INVESTIGATED AGAIN by Geoffrey Stevens
Senator suspended from the Senate, but still spending.
REDISCOVERING THE SACRED BALANCE by David Suzuki with Faisal Moola
New Year reflections help us weigh what is truly important to sustain life on earth.
AGE OF CONFUSION
Labels can obscure the message.
SMALL SCREEN DRAMA AND COMEDY by Bill Tieleman
Hit television shows get a new look as the networks mine gold in British Columbia.
TOWARDS A BETTER YEAR FOR ALL by Elsie Hambrook
What's good for women is good for everyone.
QUEBECKERS AGAINST FRACKING by Ingrid Style
Shale gas industry proposal threatens fresh water supplies.
THE RESILIENT CITY by Geoff Ghitter & Noel Keough
In crisis, rigid cities collapse but resilient cities bounce back.
One native life
SKATING IN THE DARK by Richard Wagamese
Like so many Canadian kids, part of me was born in the cut and whirl and slap of hockey.
PLAYING HARDBALL AT CANADA POST from the Canadian Union of Postal Workers
Canada Post Corporation demands more concessions; CUPW refuses.
A CHRISTIAN RESPONSE TO ARIZONA ATTACK by Jim Wallis
Sojourners' repeats its call for a Pledge of Peace and Civility.
MORE INFO, LOWER INTEREST RATES from the Public Interest Advocacy Centre
Consumers need more comprehensive protection against late payment penalties.
|PICK OF THE WEEK
|CUSTOMERS SAY THE DARNDEST THINGS
Did you hear the one about the customer who wanted an MP3 player with a built-in pedophile? Customer service reps post their favourite customer quotes to this website, although sometimes there's another story between the lines.
FASCISM LOOMS IN USA by Sara Robinson
Rise of Tea Party most ominous threat yet.
WHAT DIDN'T HAPPEN IN 2010 by Gwynne Dyer
Internationally, the year was more an absence of news.
BAN BEE-KILLING PESTICIDES from Avaaz.org
Sign petition urging nations to protect essential pollinators from toxic sprays.
Feedback from our readers
RE: ISP'S AND METERING by Terri Robson
If ISPs charge for reading, surely they owe royalties to the sites people read.
CLEANING DAD'S CAR AFTER A DATE from Fiat
Reclining seats create more space than you might think.