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The Fight for $15 continues to surge across Canada

In part two of rabble's minimum wage series, labour reporter Teuila Fuatai looks at who is most affected by low wages and what life can be like living below the poverty line.

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Let's build the independent media alternative that we need in Canada

Newsroom are crumbling, and with that local coverage continues to suffer. Support independent media like rabble today.

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How can progressive fight for a better Canada in the Trudeau Era?

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It has been three months since the Trudeau government took power. How is it doing and how can progressives keep pushing for change?

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Canada needs a national sustainable food policy

Increasing food costs and high numbers of food insecure people mean Canada must act and create a national sustainable food policy.

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How to organize labour in a precarious world

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The work world has changed a lot over 30 years. It used to be the case that most people got a job and stayed there.

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Dropping bombs solves nothing. Trudeau needs to promote peace.

"Dropping bombs is not going to solve anything if you are not focused on solving the political problems."

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Corporate media is crumbling. Support non-profit media today!

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Petitions against Kinder Morgan's pipeline delivered to NEB hearings

On Thursday, petitions against Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline were delivered to the NEB hearings.

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Harvesting Freedom campaign fights for permanent residency for migrant farmworkers

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Migrant farmworkers are calling on Trudeau for permanent residency upon arrival.

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Warning: Global economic inequality has reached new levels

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The world's 62 richest people have as much wealth as the poorest 50 per cent. And global inequality continues to get ever more extreme.

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