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WHAT DID NOT HAVE TO BE

The BC Sawmill Tragedies

By Carole Pearson
"It was a war zone," says Lakeland Mills worker Bruce Germyn (above), recalling the night of April 23, 2012, when the mill exploded and an inferno erupted, sweeping through the site. What Germyn remembers is the chaos of fire and smoke, sirens, emergency personnel, and workers who had survived but were suffering from horrible burns and smoke inhalation, crying out for help.
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TALKING ABOUT ORGANIZING:
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POWER TO THE PEOPLE
Keeping Hydro One in Public Hands

By Fred Hahn
Working together in our communities, with strong opposition like we'll see on July 5 at the March for Jobs, Justice and the Climate, we can keep Hydro One public. Here's why we should fight to keep the power grid in public hands.

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NOW IS THE TIME
Voting is a Powerful Form of Resistance

By Tyrone Souliere
That noise you hear is the sound of First Nations people getting organized.
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