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Oct 30, 2015
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Election 2015: The triumph of voter engagement

Christopher Majka
The key to electoral success in 2015 was voter engagement. Had turnout not increased, Stephen Harper's voter suppression strategy would have triumphed yet again. 2015 marks a victory for democracy.
News
Oct 9, 2015
Photo: flickr/ Antonio Acuña

Jagged edges and the Indigenous vote

Daniel Heath Justice
Daniel Heath Justice explains why as a Canadian citizen of the Cherokee Nation he will vote in the 2015 federal election.
Photos
Sep 8, 2015

Minimizing the Conservative electoral fraud scandal

Michael Keefer
That 2011 voter-suppression scandal, the "robocalls" fraud: it was all smoke and mirrors, right? So how could Harper's Conservatives have organized a fraud that never happened?
Blog
Sep 8, 2015
Photo: flickr/ Chris Yakimov

Suppressing our knowledge of voter suppression

Michael Keefer
This first article in a series comments on the manner in which media pundits and officials responsible for enforcing the law have minimized the Conservative electoral fraud scandal.
Blog
Aug 28, 2015

GoVote: The voter suppression antidote

Maya Bhullar
rabble.ca has lined up its most extensive and comprehensive editorial plan ever to cover the current federal election and provide you with tools and information to help take our country back!
News
Aug 6, 2015
Photo: flickr/ Daniel X. O'Neil

Snubbing youth voters is nothing new

Minto Ewen
Since 1970, each generation has participated less in the democratic process. Has this got us where we are today? Something's gotta give.
Blog
Feb 23, 2015
Photo: Sameer Vasta/flickr

The fight for Canadians' right to vote continues

Karl Nerenberg
The Council of Canadians and the Canadian Federation of Students have gone to court seeking to overturn parts of the Fair Elections Act. If their case is not heard soon, they may seek an injunction.

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