Make no mistake. It was a challenging year for progressives and everyone working for a better world. Fortunately, rabble's columnists were there to bring perspective to the year's events.
It was a year of commentary in rabble columns, with insights from the leading progressive voices in Canada. We look back at the year in columns and highlight some of our top picks.
Another year has passed, and so passes another Remembrance Day. This week, our bloggers explore how we remember Canada's rich and often troubling history, and what we often choose forget.
It's Pride season. This week's labour roundup honours the work of LGBTIQ activists as strikes erupt across the country.
Unionized and non-unionized workers find a common front in struggles against precarious labour.
As Cape Breton remembers its labour struggles, workers in other parts of the country fight on.
With several strikes ongoing and the federal election on its way, this is shaping up to be a riotous summer.
This week's blogs roundup includes posts on Omar Khadr, Israel Apartheid Week, child-care space, Shauna Hunt, Metro Vancouver's Transit Referendum, rape culture and consent, and Greg deGrrot-Maggetti.
The world's most widely used pesticide, glyphosate (commonly sold as Roundup), has been under the microscope lately.
With many an austere budget announced this week, April austerity forecasts major unrest in May.