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Rob Ford guilty of conflict of interest, ordered removed from office

Mr. Justice Hackland issues his ruling today, ordered Rob Ford removed as Mayor of Toronto.

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Speaking out against the attack on 14-year-old Malala Yousafzai

Vigil in Pakistan. (Photo: http://news.linktv.org/)
With protests sweeping across Pakistan and around the world, Malalai Joya adds her voice to protest attack on Malala Yousafzai.

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Six Nations protest in Toronto for education funding and supplies

Protest outside Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada.
Protest outside Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada in Toronto Thursday. (Photo: John Bonnar)

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Bikes lanes getting removed in Rob Ford's Toronto

2011 protest against removal of Jarvis bike lanes. (Photo: Metrix X / flickr)
Oh well, what's some blood on the road if it means that Rosedale's drivers get home two minutes faster?

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'Tree-in' protest aims to stop a tar sands pipeline through Texas

Photo: Tar Sands Blockade / flickr
Activists in Texas a set up a protest camp high amongst the trees in an attempt to stop the Keystone XL pipeline.

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With massive voter turnout, Chavez wins decisive re-election in Venezuela

Chavez supporters celebrate. (Photo: Venezuelanalysis.com)
Chavez supporters celebrate after news of the president's re-election. (Photo: Venezuelanalysis.com)

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Occupy Love premieres at Vancouver International Film Festival

Velcrow Ripper and Nova Ami at VIFF. (Photo: Ethan Cox / rabble.ca)
Velcrow Ripper and Nova Ami at the Vancouver International Film Festival. (Photo: Ethan Cox / rabble.ca)

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Tainted meat crisis: The background story of regulation and public health

Alberta cattle at auction. (Photo: bulliver / flickr)
Alberta cattle at auction. (Photo: bulliver / flickr)

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Day of action and remembrance: Justice for missing and murdered Indigenous women in Canada

Photo: Marco Vigliotti / rabble.ca
October 4 is a day to honour the lives of missing and murdered Aboriginal women and girls.

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