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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

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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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Discuss: Turkey coup attempt

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Join the babble discussion to talk and gain instant information about the coup in Turkey and the ongoing actions.

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Interview: Kimbra Yohannes and Daniel Tseghay of We Welcome African Refugees

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We Welcome African Refugees is a new organization working to challenge the marginalization of refugees from African countries in public conversation and public policy in Canada.

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Canada needs to end indefinite immigration now. Here's why.

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Immigrations detainees are on their second hunger strike this year to demand an end to indefinite detention.

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The reality of police violence: Indigenous people in solidarity with BLMTO

Jesse Wente stands in solidarity with Black Lives Matter Toronto and their action at PRIDE and recounts his own story of being stopped by the police for being Ojibwe.

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