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Interest rates: Monetary policy is always political as central banks opt to back the financial sector

Click here to view original web page at theconversation.com As the Bank of Canada prepared to announce its decision on interest rates in early September,...

Isabella Weber’s Insights Have Neoliberal Economists Running Scared

Click here to view original web page at jacobin.com For two years, the entire world has fixated on inflation. Instead of welcoming the revival ...

High drug prices in Canada are just one part of a bad equation

Click here to view original web page at theconversation.com The Canadian health-care system is under pressure as service levels decline while costs escalate. Drugs are...

Heath care will only succeed through collaboration, not competition

Click here to view original web page at spon.ca In the real world of health service delivery, the last three years have taught us a...

The Next Two Decades Will Be The Most Pivotal in History: This is the Global Phase-Shift

Click here to view original web page at www.resilience.org A Nasa space scientist, water management engineer and AI chatbot programmer walk into a bar. It...

Meet the Canadian-born doctors who can’t work in Canada

Click here to view original web page at spon.ca There’s a shortage of doctors — and thousands of Canadian physicians abroad can’t come home easily Thousands...

The Dawn of Austerity and the Road to Fascism

Click here to view original web page at www.dissentmagazine.org An interview with Clara E. Mattei, the author of The Capital Order: How Economists Invented Austerity...

Green subsidies: what about the global south?

Click here to view original web page at www.socialeurope.eu The new green race between the United States and the European Union threatens to leave developing...

Are we seeing the collapse of the U.S. dollar-dominated global economy?

Click here to view original web page at www.resilience.org Two small but critically important pieces of news in the past few weeks are early indicators...

How not to deal with a debt crisis

Click here to view original web page at www.socialeurope.eu Jayati Ghosh warns against historically disastrous approaches to the sovereign-debt crisis hitting low- and middle-income countries. In...

Central Bank Capitalism Is Forcing the Global South Into a Debt Crisis

Click here to view original web page at jacobin.com The current policies of the European Central Bank (ECB) and the Federal Reserve are being sold...

‘Wilful Ignorance’: Indigenous Delegation Incredulous At Bankers’ Attitude to Fossil Fuel Impacts

Click here to view original web page at www.resilience.org Indigenous delegates said they had been amazed at the “wilful ignorance” they encountered when demanding global...

Interest Rate Hikes Will Make Climate Change Worse

Click here to view original web page at jacobin.com The UK government has not had a very good few weeks. With the now-sacked chancellor’s “mini...

Being poor is expensive; predatory lenders are making it worse

Click here to view original web page at rabble.ca According to ACORN Canada nearly one in two Canadians are living paycheck-to-paycheck making them vulnerable to...

To prevent disasters like Lac-Mégantic, private interests cannot be allowed to affect regulations

Click here to view original web page at theconversation.com On July 6, 2013, the fourth deadliest railway disaster in Canadian history took place. A train...

Canada’s Telecom Oligopoly Is a Hungry Beast That Will Never Be Sated

Click here to view original web page at jacobinmag.com Canada’s telecom industry is best described as three companies in a trench coat. That’s why the...
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