The Advocate | May 26, 2020

In this issue: 

  • Why Shandro was spared: A special re-print of an article from The Sprawl, award-winning local journalism in Alberta from University of Calgary professor of political science, Melanee Thomas
  • Recent developments: Insights gained, lessons learned: An overview from Public Interest Alberta President Terry Price on the rapidly shifting realities of life and politics under the pandemic
  • Everything is changing — our taxation system must adapt as well: Joel French, executive director of Public Interest Alberta, outlines the evergreen case for revenue reform in Alberta, especially during this crisis
  • Organizing for the Climate in a Pandemic: Chris Gusen, organizer with Climate Justice Edmonton and Extinction Rebellion, outlines how the struggle for environmental and worker justice continues during the pandemic

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