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No sanctuary for migrants in Hamilton's sanctuary city

In order for sanctuary cities to provide for migrants, the cities must have political will.

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Toronto Burlesque Festival shines spotlight on current issues

Laura Brightwell interviews Executive Director of Programming Coco Framboise about why she thinks burlesque is such a lightning rod for political opinion.

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It's either the oil economy or a clean economy: What's it going to be?

We can either support the perpetually spilling pipelines of the oil economy or we can support the transition to a new economy based on expanding green jobs and respecting Indigenous rights.

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Migrant hunger strike continues, concerns for health increase

Over 50 immigration detainees are on hunger strike in two facilities to demand an end to indefinite detention.

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UBC's student society found guilty of unfair labour practices

UBC's Alma Mater Society was found guilty of unfair labour practices after evidence a manager tried to convince a member to vote no to unionization. The AMS says it's normal communication.

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Celebrate rabble's 15 years with us!

Thank you readers for keeping rabble going these last 15 years.

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It's 2016 and Canada is a long way from ending poverty

Here are three steps Canada can take towards ending poverty.

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Cheri DiNovo tells us how the NDP can get back to its original principles

Photo: flickr/United Steelworkers
In part two of our talk with Cheri DiNovo, hear what she has to say about Trudeaumania, unions, poverty, Israel and making the banks pay.

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Rise in genetically modified crops in Canada is cause for concern

Apples, potatoes, salmon, alfalfa -- these are the latest genetically modified crops to be approved for use and sale in Canada.

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Demands for federal action against Site C continue as evictions loom

The push to develop land for Site C has been met with widespread resistance, especially when you consider B.C. doesn't even need the dam project!

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