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The Alberta debate

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Both NDP Leader Rachel Notley and Premier Jim Prentice came into this performance with a lot to lose, and both left after deflecting many attacks without serious damage.

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| April 23, 2015

Join rabble.ca's Vegan Challenge

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We're launching the rabble.ca vegan challenge. Join up, try to eat vegan for one week and then tell us about your experience.

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| April 22, 2015

Harper's balanced budget legislation is dangerous. Here are five better options.

Karl Nerenberg provides five better options for the Harper government since it is so intent upon changing rules.

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Follow this weekend's March on Climate with rabble.ca

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As Premiers meet in Quebec city, climate advocates are taking to the streets. Follow tweets from the march and surrounding events here:

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This weekend climate advocates march in Quebec City. Follow them here.

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Thousands of climate activists are on their way to Quebec City, where they will take to the streets as Canada's provincial and territorial leaders will be meeting in Quebec City April 13 and 14 to discuss climate change. 

The Act on Climate March on Saturday April 11 will be the largest of the planned events, snaking through the streets of Quebec City. 



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Militarization of police curtails fundamental rights in Quebec

Image: Flickr/Jerome Olivier
Last night, police broke into UQAM to reach protestors. The protests of Printemps 2015 are putting a spotlight on the militarization of police and what it means for all of us as citizens.

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Mike Duffy trial already bad news for Harper

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Day One of the Mike Duffy trial already spelled bad news for Harper and his office.

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The Target diaries: Dismembering a department store

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Target Canada is in its death throes. 'All that is left is blood and feathers,' one shopper says. His loud comment is overheard by several workers, and while a few chuckle, others gasp.

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