Accidental Deliberations: #Elxn44 Roundup

The latest from Canada’s federal election campaign. – Victoria Nicolau reports on the Native Women’s Association of Canada’s campaign scorecard, showing the NDP well ahead of other parties in addressing the issues facing Indigenous women. And Omayra Issa and Theresa Kliem talk to young Indigenous people in Saskatchewan about what

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Accidental Deliberations: #Elxn44 Roundup

News and notes from Canada’s federal election campaign. – Cam Fenton discusses how “strategic” votes for the Libs in the name of climate change figure to be anything but, while David Gray-Donald bluntly describes the Libs’ offering as “denialist trash”. Maya Menezes examines what we should be looking for in

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Accidental Deliberations: #Elxn44 Roundup

News and notes from Canada’s federal election campaign. – Alex Hemingway writes about the need to tax the rich far beyond even the “unlimited zeal” reflected in the NDP’s modest plans to secure additional revenue. And David Moscrop makes the case for far more discussion of systemic change in who owns and makes decisions

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Accidental Deliberations: #Elxn44 Roundup

The latest from Canada’s federal election campaign. – Christo Aivalis discusses Jagmeet Singh’s much-needed willingness to take on the power of the rich to fight for a country that works for everybody. And Shelly Hagan writes about the resulting possibility of greater social contributions being required of those who can

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Accidental Deliberations: #Elxn44 Roundup

The latest from Canada’s federal election campaign. – Khalden Dhatsenpa and Gavin Armitage-Ackerman write about the need to treat housing as a human right rather than a commodity.  – PressProgress reports on an internal Health Canada report showing how the NDP’s plan for dental coverage would remove crucial barriers to

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