Blair Redlin

Blair Redlin is a researcher with the Canadian Union of Public Employees, based in Burnaby. In addition to bargaining support for CUPE's municipal sector in B.C., his research priorities include privatization and P3s, water, trade agreements, energy and transportation. He's a member of the Boards of Oxfam Canada and B.C. Citizens for Public Power. In the 1990s, he was a Deputy Minister in the B.C. government.

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Jul 21, 2012

A glimpse of Venezuela: Part two

Blair Redlin
Ten years after the failed coup of 2002, participants in a "reality tour" of Venezuela learned about big changes at the grassroots.
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Jul 12, 2012

A glimpse of Venezuela: Part I

Blair Redlin
Ten years after the failed coup attempt in Venezuela, a "reality tour" gives a glimpse of grassroots change as the country heads to another presidential election.
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Sep 9, 2009

Even worse than Harper?

Blair Redlin
A Michael Ignatieff government might well be worse than Harper's. It's time to start calling out Ignatieff.
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May 15, 2009

Election reflection

Blair Redlin
A discouraging third term for Gordon Campbell and a record low voter turnout are cause for serious reflection.
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Feb 18, 2009

Obama - disappointing, but not surprising

Blair Redlin
Obama's interview with CBC's Peter Mansbridge last night was disappointing, but not surprising. It shows how North American social movements have their work cut out for them.

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