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Jan 31, 2014

rabble.ca's weekly blog roundup!

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Bloggers this week covered Trudeau's Senate surprise, a new book on Pussy Riot, Phil Fontaine protests and more.
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Dec 6, 2013

rabble.ca's weekly blog roundup!

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Blogs this week looked at Nelson Mandela's death, gendered baby clothing and Canada's economic "recovery."
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Nov 29, 2013
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rabble.ca weekly blog roundup!

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This week rabble blogs introduced a new editorial blog and looked at Black Friday, living wages and the CBC's bad week.
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Jun 2, 2013

Blog round-up for May

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May was a busy month for Canadian political bloggers. It was difficult to keep up with the latest gaffe, controversy courtesy of your local conservative politician -- here's what you may have missed.
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Jun 8, 2012
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rabble.ca weekly blog roundup!

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Rights for Canadians of all gender expressions, racist comments by government reps, a continuing legacy of mercury poisoning in Grassy Narrows, Ontario Premer McGuinty's notable absence and more.
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Jun 1, 2012
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rabble.ca weekly blog roundup!

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Many blogs about les Casseroles! The Yukon, Stephen Harper, and clowns also make an appearance in this week's round-up!
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May 4, 2012
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rabble.ca weekly blog roundup!

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The rabble.ca weekly blog roundup reflects on May Day, the abortion debate, Conrad Black and mainstream media.
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Apr 27, 2012
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rabble.ca weekly blog roundup!

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The rabble.ca weekly blog roundup takes a look at the Alberta elections, gentrification of Vancouver, Quebec student protests and the reproductive rights debate in Ottawa.
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Apr 20, 2012
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rabble.ca weekly blog roundup!

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The rabble.ca weekly blog roundup highlights a week-long series on resisting media representation as a way to prevent violence against women, a three-part series on LGBTanti-bullying and more!
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Apr 13, 2012
Photo courtesy of Alex Samur.

rabble.ca weekly blog roundup!

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The weekly blog roundup takes a look at the growing scandals of the Harper government, the Wildrose Party's flip-flopping politics and the misguided conservative rhetoric around trans rights.
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Apr 6, 2012

rabble.ca weekly blog roundup!

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rabble.ca weekly roundup dives into every facet of Harper's 2012 federal budget as well as robocalls, the power of collaboration and the effect of higher minimum wages.
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Mar 30, 2012
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rabble.ca weekly blog roundup!

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This week, the rabble.ca weekly blog roundup takes an in-depth look at the NDP leadership results and new leader Thomas Mulcair among others!
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Mar 23, 2012

rabble.ca weekly blog roundup!

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This week the rabble.ca weekly blog roundup welcomes Cat Reporter to the rabble.ca scene and takes a look at World Water Day, Occupy Wall Street, animal rights and teaching assistants' rights.
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Mar 16, 2012

rabble.ca weekly blog roundup!

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This week the rabble.ca weekly blog roundup welcomes Independent Jewish Voices to the team and looks at the Conservative government's politics, the Quebec student strikes and sex worker rights.
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Mar 9, 2012

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This week the rabble.ca weekly blog roundup is busy recounting all the past events of the week: International Women's Day, Israeli Apartheid Week and the B.C. teachers' strike among others!
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Mar 2, 2012

rabble.ca weekly blog roundup!

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This week the rabble.ca weekly blog roundup dives into robocalls and questions the motives, ethics and legitimacy of the Conservatives.
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Feb 24, 2012

rabble.ca weekly blog roundup!

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This week the rabble.ca weekly blog roundup welcomes new blogger âpihtawikosisân and takes a look at Harper's political tactics, workers' rights and controversial honorary degrees.

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