David Suzuki, Naomi Klein, Joseph Boyden, George Elliott Clarke, and more issue Leap Manifesto calling on next government to transition Canada off fossil fuels.
Stephen Harper and the Conservatives have spent years scapegoating refugees and it is coming back to haunt them in the 2015 election campaign.
As the federal election draws near, rabble.ca's discussion board, babble, is buzzing. The Syrian refugee crisis has galvanized the mainstream media, but what do progressives think?
Everyone seeking election must get serious about the climate, so no matter which party or parties form government after October 19, Canada will be part of the solution.
Those with power, and those whose power is about to be usurped, have to make their foes less than equal to themselves.
As world leaders prepare for the December UN climate meeting in Paris, Canadians must impress upon all those who hope to govern us after October 19 the importance of making a positive contribution.
A man harassed news reporters covering a recent Conservative campaign event in Etobicoke, calling them "pieces of shit." Given how the Conservatives have organized such events, was this inevitable?
Child care has become a key issue in Election 2015. Read here why we need quality child care.
The second blog in the series and based on a presentation delivered as the annual Margaret Laurence Lecture at Trent University in March 2015.
Fighting the right requires more than defeating Harper. It demands a fundamental rethinking of the Canadian state at the grassroots, and not partial accommodations or constitutional reform.