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    Whether…weather

    Best hometown entry of the 2017 Writing in the Margins contest!

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    November Threads

    Honourable mention, creative non-fiction, of the 2017 Writing in the Margins contest!

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    Black Canadian History in Schools

    The honourable mention (poetry) of our seventh annual writing contest

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    Capturing the long arc of struggle and resilience

    The stories in this issue embody the continuity of struggles past.

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    The Fishy Atlantic Fossil Fix

    Nature tourism won’t save Newfoundland and Labrador’s fishing industry from oil’s hegemony.

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    Showing Up for Faculty

    It was the faculty’s first strike since 1989. Predictably, the administration tried to pit the students against the faculty, but the deep relationships between students and faculty flipped the power dynamic.

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    Six Reasons We Need Pharmacare

    Universal pharmacare would ensure that everyone who needs medicine gets it.

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    A broad vision for reproductive justice

    Thirty years after the Morgentaler decision, reproductive rights fall short of full reproductive justice – including the freedom to have and raise children in safe and healthy communities.

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    Running the Fascists Out of Town

    A history of anti-racist organizing in Canada lives on in today’s radical antifascist activism

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    Saskatchewan’s Earthbound Climate Action

    In oil-producing southeast Saskatchewan, people’s doubts about climate change reflect the real economic pressures they face.

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    Racism, death, and hard truths in a northern city

    In her new book, Seven Fallen Feathers, journalist Tanya Talaga delves into the stories of seven Indigenous students in Thunder Bay whose lives were cut short.

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    The Myth of the Age of Entitlement

    James Cairns unpacks the “entitled millennial” trope in his new book.

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    The Cost-Benefit Analysis of Getting Around Town

    It takes a lot of forethought, time, and energy to plan a life without a vehicle.

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    Troubling portrait of an oil province

    Review of new film Crude Power: Oil, Money & Influence in Saskatchewan

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    The Precariat’s Parental Leave

    Between nursing, nurturing, and sleep deprivation, how does a freelancer making a stable living while parenting?

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    Our Past Is Prologue

    Letters between long-time friends Aina Kagis and Barb Byers on the labour movement past, present, and future.

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    After Brazil’s Worst Mining Disaster

    How workers and activists are rebuilding their local economy in the aftermath of one of the world’s most devastating mining tragedies.

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    Casino Workers Beat The House

    In B.C.’s biggest private-sector organizing drive in nine years, workers took on Canada’s casino giant.

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    The Second Crisis

    How workers on the front lines of Canada’s opioid crisis are coping – and what organized labour can do to support them.

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    Science After Harper

    Funding for basic research is declining, leaving scientists unable to work effectively. While researchers are spending more time applying for scarce and competitive grants, scientific labour is placed on hold.