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Michael Laxer is wrong: Mulcair is not soft on C-51 | Mar 1 2015 | Karl Nerenberg | Elsewhere on rabble.ca Michael Laxer has made the strange argument that the NDP is soft on C-51 because Mulcair says, in office, the NDP would amend it not scrap it. Laxer is quite wrong.
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Hungry for change: Today I fast for the planet | Feb 28 2015 | Connie Sorio | Today, February 28, I am fasting because I am hungry for change. Today I consider my fast both a political and spiritual action.
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Jim Prentice's 'pathetic lies': It's all spin all the time with Alberta's 'new management' | Feb 27 2015 | David J. Climenhaga | To paraphrase Democrat Lloyd Bentsen's famous comment to Republican Dan Quayle in the 1988 U.S. vice-presidential debate: "I knew Ralph Klein... Premier, you're no Ralph Klein!"
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All your wage gap questions answered | Feb 27 2015 | Kate MacIntruff | The wage gap is a thing. It exists. It isn't pretty. It is the face of discrimination. It isn't going to go away if we close our eyes and hold our breath and count to one hundred.
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Feb 26 2015
How do we take back and transform the narrative from the mainstream? Well, knitting, patching, felting and sewing are a good start.
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Feb 19 2015
Karl Nerenberg has been rabble's parliamentary reporter since 2011, when the Harper government won its majority. Karl’s got a new book, full of keen observations about the Harper years.
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Feb 12 2015
Acts of sex. Acts of violence. Raw physicality. Shawn Syms' 'Nothing Looks Familiar' explores bodies and sexuality of today's flawed beings.

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