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Jun 12, 2014
photo: flickr/Jasleen_Kaur

In the wake of the Sinclair inquest, we need to address discrimination in health care

Dr. Annette Browne
Professor Brenda Gunn
Dr. Emma LaRocque
Dr. Barry Lavallee
Dr. Josée G. Lavoie
Dr. Mary Jane Logan McCallum and Dr. Brenda Restoule
Aboriginal groups and Brian Sinclair's family said that the inquest into his death did not sufficiently address issues of systemic racism. A new expert working group is taking the task on.
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May 6, 2014

Stand UP! for economic justice

Duncan Cameron
In this first installment of the rabble.ca series UP! Canadian labour rising, Duncan Cameron reflects on why the labour movement is more important than ever.
News
May 6, 2014

UP! Fighting for economic justice for all

Duncan Cameron
In this first installment of the rabble.ca series UP! Canadian labour rising, Duncan Cameron reflects on why the labour movement is more important than ever.
Event

Edmonton becomes 2nd largest Fair Trade Town in Canada

Sep 26, 2013
University of Alberta, Student Union Building (SUB), Alumni Room (Main Floor).
8900 - 114 Street NW Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/523575054379628/
Edmonton , AB
Canada
Alberta CA
After many years of outreach, advocacy and engagement, the grassroots push in Edmonton to promote Fairtrade laid the groundwork for unanimous City Council approval.
Podcast
Apr 27, 2013

Toxic Tour to expose mining practices

Redeye
On April 29, British Columbia’s mining companies will have a gala celebration at Canada Place in Vancouver to kick off BC Mining Week 2013. The Mining Justice Alliance also has plans for the week.

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