Posted: November 23, 2011
OCCUPY BRINGS A NEW FOCUS by Linda McQuaig
Protesters moving us from the terror era to the income-inequality era.
FALSE POSITIVE by Ross Sutherland
Lab privatisation creates delays, extra expenses.
DEJA VU ON IRAN by Peter Hart
Alarm over nuclear research sounds like 2003 claims Iraq had WMDs.
FOSSIL FUEL TRAIN HEADED OVER A CLIFF by Stephen Leahy
Energy agency warns world needs major shift in priorities.
VANITY JET PURCHASE UNRAVELING by Ish Theilheimer
F-35s make less and less sense for Canada.
THE LOBBY THAT CHANGED THE CHARTER by Penney Kome
November marks the 30th anniversary of a hugely successful women's rebellion.
WALL STREET WAS MADE, NOT BORN by David Suzuki
Protest highlights unnatural aspects of economic system.
MR MISSING MANNERS by Geoffrey Stevens
Master of his universe, Harper ignores the opposition.
NS SHIPYARDS BOOTING UP
Effects may be selective.
Rant and Roar
VANCOUVER ELECTION A NAME GAME by Bill Tieleman
Team name, alphabetical order boosted winners.
IEA REPORT ALARMING by Janice Harvey
Climate change is already upon us.
ROCKY JONES, STILL GOING STRONG by Stephen Kimber
Lawyer's life shows us the past and future of the Nova Scotia human rights struggle.
LOVE ACROSS BOUNDARIES by Gillian Steward
Mixed marriages are on the rise in the West.
LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE MAKES THE DIFFERENCE by Ish Theilheimer, transcription by Lori Steuart
Robert Chisholm NDP's experience in Nova Scotia government serves as his model.
HARPERITES' CORPORATE BIAS by Jody Dallaire
Cooperatives are the business model of the future.
One native life
GROOVING ON THE DJEMBE by Richard Wagamese
A Native man may find peace through an African drum.
THE OCCUPY MOVEMENT HAS ALREADY WON by James Clancy
The Occupy movement is here to stay, in one form or another, pending serious reforms to our economy and democracy.
SASKATCHEWAN UNIONS CHALLENGE LABOUR LAWS Tim Quigley
Conservative government tries to curtail collective bargaining.
POLICE DEMAND VANCOUVER RIOT NEWS VIDEOS by John Gordon Miller
Media fight back to protect reporters, industry integrity.
RENAMING COPYRIGHT by John Degen
Perhaps infringement is "forcing another to speak".
CEASEFIRE IN THE WAR ON DRUGS by Gwynne Dyer
Drug prohibition fuels violence and organized crime.
RESERVE HOUSING ENDANGERS LIVES from Care2.com
Sign petition to Minister of Indian Affairs to provide funds to Attawapiskat.
Feedback from our readers
OCCUPIED from David McLaren
The camps served as a reminder our economics policy is broken.
DEALING WITH THE PHONE COMPANY from Laugh In
Technology has changed; business attitudes haven't.