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McGill ends legal battle over student's access to information request

Cadence O'Neal walked out of Montreal's Palais de Justice on Tuesday morning just before 10 a.m. lugging 600 pages of documents.

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Bell wants to buy Manitoba Telecom Services for $4 billion. We have to stop them.

It's a massive bid that comes at a time when our media landscape is exceedingly concentrated with Bell already dominating the national media market.

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| June 22, 2016

'Clean up the river': Disturbing revelations increase calls for justice for Grassy Narrows

Yesterday a Toronto Star investigation revealed a possible mercury dumping ground near Grassy Narrows.

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Lucia Lorenzi: Reflections on campus sexual assault

Lucia Lorenzi reflects on her experience as a survivor helping to create change.

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Elizabeth May: 'Systems of proportional representation ensure that every vote will count'

rabble spoke with Green leader Elizabeth May about electoral reform in Canada and what a new system could bring to the country.

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Canada's six major banks made $34,880,000,000 in profits in 2015. But they're raising your fees

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Canada's major banks are at it again: they're hiking user fees. Last year, Canada's six major banks made $34,880,000,000 in profits.

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Does McGill have military ties? This student is trying to find out.

Former McGill student Cadence O'Neal is set to appear before the before Commission to receive access to emails between McGill and private weapons contractors.

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Victory! CBSA end participation in exploitative reality television show

Celebration from activists, advocates and families as CBSA has agreed to end it participation in Border Security show.

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Trudeau maintains popularity despite bungling, delaying big decisions

The Liberal government continues to remain quite popular in Canada despite bungling a few key files and not taking action on key decisions.

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