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Federal Budget throws public transit under the bus again

Federal Budget throws public transit under the bus again

Following months of campaigning, the Keep Transit Moving coalition recently won a $750 million commitment from the federal government for ...
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Northumberland and Peterborough chapters, allies call for urgent action on vaccine inequality at WTO

Northumberland and Peterborough chapters, allies call for urgent action on vaccine inequality at WTO

Joint letter endorsed by organizations from Northumberland and Peterborough, Ontario, to support immediate global access to vital COVID-19 vaccines ...
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Northumberland and Peterborough chapters, allies call for urgent action on vaccine inequality at WTO

Northumberland and Peterborough chapters, allies call for urgent action on vaccine inequality at WTO

Joint letter endorsed by organizations from Northumberland and Peterborough, Ontario, to support immediate global access to vital COVID-19 vaccines ...
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Huron University College designated a Blue Community

Huron University College designated a Blue Community

For immediate release LONDON, ON – On World Water Day, March 22, 2022, Huron University College achieved the designation of ...
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The global fight for a People’s Vaccine is at a crucial turning point

The global fight for a People’s Vaccine is at a crucial turning point

A leaked tentative compromise on COVID0-19 patents is a flawed agreement would not meaningfully improve access to vaccines around the ...
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Canada should reject compromise proposal on TRIPS waiver in its present form: civil society groups

Canada should reject compromise proposal on TRIPS waiver in its present form: civil society groups

The Honourable Mary Ng, Minister of International Trade The Honourable Francois-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry Parliament Hill, ...
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Let’s Have the Debate – What the NDP-Liberal Accord means for Canada

Let’s Have the Debate – What the NDP-Liberal Accord means for Canada

The historic agreement struck between the ruling Liberals and the New Democratic Party raises many questions. It has met criticism ...
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Don't let the nuclear industry decide how to manage radioactive waste

Don’t let the nuclear industry decide how to manage radioactive waste

The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission has never failed to approve a license for the nuclear industry, even when serious concerns ...
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Moving radioactive waste is risky beyond measure

Moving radioactive waste is risky beyond measure

The nuclear industry plans to transport highly radioactive waste over thousands of kilometers every day, for more than 40 years ...
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Radioactive waste and Indigenous consent

Radioactive waste and Indigenous consent

You have heard this story before: an extractive industry is looking to dump toxic waste near an Indigenous community. This ...
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Amidst violent conflict, our call for a just transition has never been more pressing

Amidst violent conflict, our call for a just transition has never been more pressing

Pouring gas on this fire isn’t going to make it better. Addressing fossil fuel dependency by building more fossil fuel ...
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The Emergencies Act: Setting a dangerous precedent

The Emergencies Act: Setting a dangerous precedent

The use of this Act could set a dangerous precedent, paving the way for a future government to justify invoking the ...
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