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Poll Shows Canadian Majority Wants Water for People, Not for Profit
More than two-thirds of survey respondents want Nestle to sell contested well to local municipality
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TPP's "Cardiac Arrest": A Lesson for the Challenges of the Trump Years Ahead
'Let the movement that stopped the TPP serve as a reminder to the powerful: we are many, and you are few'
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Following Public Pressure, José Bové, Noted Anti-Globalization Activist, Allowed to Stay in Canada
Bové, a member of Eureopean Parliament, was detained for several hours at Montreal airport Tuesday; then forced back to France Wednesday
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'Travesty': Nestlé Outbids Another Town for Control of Local Water Supply
Council of Canadians launches new Boycott Nestlé campaign in response to company's continued water grabs
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As CETA Advances, Reports Warn Deal Will Ruin Economies, Cement Corporate Power
Germany's minority Social Democratic Party backs trade agreement despite 300,000-strong protest on Saturday
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Yet Another Transatlantic Trade Deal Threatening Food Safety, Groups Warn
CETA will force European farmers to compete with Canadian imports with 'no animal welfare penalties and lower safety standards'
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A rally against the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) in Wellington, New Zealand, November 8, 2014. Views
Millions of People Yearning for a "Brexit" from Destructive Trade Deals
U.S. President Barack Obama’s recent visit to Canada, against the backdrop of Brexit and the U.S. presidential campaign, had many opinion leaders trying to dismiss concerns about free trade. Now, we’re told, people who are against free trade are isolationists who want to entrench themselves in the...
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Across Canada and World, Climate Movement Prepares for Leap into 2016
Global day of action is in support of the Leap Manifesto, a set of 15 demands endorsed by more than 150 organizations and unveiled last September
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With Faith in Regulators at 'All Time Low,' Canadians Ask Trudeau: 'Where Are You?'
Groups charge that the NEB—packed with fossil fuels executives appointed by Stephen Harper—makes no effort to meaningfully involve members of the public.
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"People's Injunction" Launched to Block Canadian Pipelines
'The action on the ground starts now'
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