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Dec 10, 2010

Haiti elections and protests: A snapshot of the last week

Joegodson Deralcine and Paul Jackson
The results are in and popular protest has been chosen by Haitians. Canadians could make a difference were they to put determined pressure on their government to support the will of Haitians.
News
Nov 27, 2010

Canada is backing a deeply flawed election in Haiti

Kevin Edmonds and Roger Annis
The main political bodies in Haiti have been destroyed apart from the exceptionally powerful presidency. Abuse is rife, there are no voters lists. How can an election be fair in these conditions?
Photos
Nov 3, 2010
B.C. Premier Gordon Campbell on the radio during the 2009 B.C. election campaign. Photo: Stephen Dyrgas/Flickr

Goodbye Campbell

Babble forum
When general dislike becomes the issue...
News
Nov 2, 2010
Spooky Halloween costume: Divided Toronto.

Ford's win opens the gates of pro-development hell

Elizabeth Littlejohn
The green belts and the Places to Grow Act are at risk. This is the saddest legacy from Toronto’s municipal election, an aftershock which to those who voted for Ford will be known as a betrayal.
Columnists
Nov 2, 2010

The perils of Pauline Marois

Parti Québecois leader Pauline Marois has all the qualities necessary to be premier of Quebec, but is still being challenged by members of her party who say she has not been pushing sovereignty enough
News
Oct 27, 2010

So, Rob Ford is mayor! What do we do now?

Tonya Surman
The creativity, energy, activism of Toronto hasn’t gone anywhere. In fact, it is challenge and adversary that breeds innovation and action. Oh, I can feel the anger turning into action already.

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