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    Making love under Indian Acts

    How can we have reconciliation if we are terminating the people whom settlers have to reconcile with?

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    Fatal encounters

    Cops may kill fewer people in Canada than in the U.S., but it’s clear that the same racism and lack of accountability underpins police shootings as in the U.S. The only difference is that, in Canada, it’s accompanied by less transparency and a paucity of data.

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    The war on boycotts

    Jason Kenney is borrowing from Israel’s anti-BDS playbook to take down environmentalists who threaten Alberta’s oil industry

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    The leftist’s case against the carbon tax

    It’s a fundamentally libertarian policy – and one that tends to just piss people off, not invigorate them about the possibility of a just and sustainable future.

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January/February 2019

The leftist’s case against the carbon tax. The life and death of Josephine Pelletier. The grunt work of antifascism. Are Ontario’s Indigenous child welfare agencies much better than their colonial predecessors? Jason Kenney is borrowing from Israel’s anti-BDS playbook to take down Alberta’s environmental activists. Plus a book review, comic, and more.

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