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  • The Arab Spring comes to the US and CanadaDr. Mohamed Elmasry
    November 6, 2011

    I fully understand the 99% movements in the US and Canada and even predict their success. I was/still am a participant in the Egyptian Revolution in its three phases: (1) a revolution-in-the making (2003-2011), (2) from-protesting-to-a-revolution at Tahrir Square (January 25 - April 4, 2011) and (3) building a New Egypt (at present).

  • Occupy movement comes to CanadaThe Canadian Charger
    October 30, 2011

    As some 2,000 people recently marched from Ryerson University down Church Street, in a steady drizzle, chanting "Occupy Bay Street not Afghanistan," their numbers and their passion indicated their message resonated across a wide spectrum of society.

  • Hajj is a spiritual journey of the first orderThe Canadian Charger
    October 30, 2011

    On November 5th, millions of Muslims who made the pilgrimage of Hajj will gather for prayers on the Plain of Arafat at the foot of the Mount of Mercy, located just outside the holy city of Mecca. The next day, they will celebrate Eid-Ul-Adha, joining the world community of Muslims everywhere who could not perform the Hajj this year.

  • The FBI goes rogue on IranProfessor Lawrence Davidson
    October 30, 2011

    Part I - Going Rogue Again

  • Ballot is the best way to bring changeChantal Hebert
    October 30, 2011

    Almost half of all eligible voters failed to cast a ballot in last May's federal election. More than half did not turn out for this month's Ontario vote.

  • Occupying OttawaReuel S. Amdur
    October 30, 2011

    Occupy Ottawa began on October 15, with around 500 participants. The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) took part, along with CUPE (Canadian Union of Public Employees) and NUPGE (National Union of Public and General Employees).

  • The capitalist mantra of the one per centScott Stockdale
    October 30, 2011

    While Occupy movements continue to escalate around the world, based on the dominant theme that "We're the 99 per cent and you're the one per cent," - the dominant message is the anger that a small proportion of powerful people hold the majority of society's wealth -- and they seem to be getting richer. The CBC Radio program The Current recently interviewed some of the one per cent people.

  • Candidate's scheme is admirable but unworkable Chantal Hebert
    October 30, 2011

    Among the contenders for the leadership of the NDP, only Nathan Cullen has so far sketched out a co-operative arrangement to prevent a looming battle of attrition between the federalist progressive parties in the next federal election.

  • People's Power: Occupy Wall Street movementThe Canadian Charger
    October 23, 2011

    In the United States - the world's lone superpower and a beacon of hope for many the world over - 14 million people are officially unemployed and two million of those have given up looking for a job. And that's the tip of the iceberg: half a million people are homeless; nearly 50 million people are without health insurance; and 46 million Americans live below the poverty rate, yet banks and large corporations received billion dollar bailouts from taxpayers' hard-earned money and bank executives never stopped receiving million dollar bonuses, on top of their seven figure incomes.

  • Canada's Broadbent on democratic developmentThe Canadian Charger
    October 23, 2011

    Ed Broadbent expressed disappointment in Barack Obama when he spoke at Ottawa's First Unitarian Congregation on September 27. "You don't compromise before you even take your position," he said. "He is decent and thoughtful, but he isn't the politician that Bill Clinton was." Broadbent was especially critical of Obama's failure to act firmly on the issue of Israeli settlements.

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