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rabble series
Jan 16 2017 | by Phillip Dwight Morgan | Black Lives Matter TO plans to target illegal carding and Toronto's Special Investigations Unit as it looks ahead to 2017.
Photo: Lukas Beier Video Photo & Design/flickr
year in review
Dec 24 2016 | by rabble staff | Here's the best of our coverage from 2016, to get inspiration for fighting back in 2017.
Photo: Steph Wechsler
year in review
Dec 23 2016 | by Miriam Katawazi | It was a turbulent year for Canada and the rest of the world. Read's top picks for 2016 that encapsulate the year.
Photo: Kim Jones/flickr
year in review
Dec 21 2016 | by Victoria Fenner | There's lots of work for us to do in the New Year to help restore this planet to health and happiness. But for now, take a break and have a listen to some of our faves from the rabble podcast network.
Photo: Access to Media Education Society (AMES)
rabble news
Dec 20 2016 | by Tania Ehret | #HerDigitalVisions is an afterschool program that works with self-identified girls, building media literacy skills in order to better establish power in an online world.
Joyce and Judith Scott. Photo by Erik Butler.
rabble news
Dec 8 2016 | by Franke James | Judith Scott, whose art now hangs in the Museum of Modern Art, was institutionalized for 35 years. A new book tells her story.
Image: Facebook/Broadbent Institute
rabble interview
Nov 30 2016 | by Phillip Dwight Morgan | The former Obama White House adviser and CNN political pundit visited Toronto last week and gave Canada some advice on responding to a Trump White House.
rabble interview
Nov 30 2016 | by Meg Borthwick | Interview with John Dougherty, an investigative filmmaker whose documentary Flin Flon Flim Flam delves into the growing opposition to mines due to human rights abuses.
Photo: Janet Cooper
rabble interview
Nov 24 2016 | by Cory Collins | For documenting Indigenous activists' occupation of Muskrat Falls, independent journalist Justin Brake faces a court date with uncertain outcomes.
Survivors' totem pole, DTES Vancouver, B.C.
rabble news
Nov 22 2016 | by Lenée Son | A gorgeous, moving photo essay documents the landmark raising of a monument to the Indigenous women lost and murdered in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside -- and their incredible resilience.
Flickr/Kat Northern Lights Man
press release
Nov 3 2016 | by Canadian Journalists for Free Expression | A coalition of media organization and press freedom groups have joined forces to call on the Canadian government to help protect journalists.
Photo by Ossie Michelin
rabble news
Oct 28 2016 | by Cory Collins | Action over Muskrat Falls gained momentum following occupation of the project's work site. Premier Dwight Ball met with Aboriginal leaders on Tuesday, which ended with an agreement on the project.
Supreme Court of Canada. Flickr/Mike Alexander
rabble interview
Oct 26 2016 | by Meg Borthwick | An interview with Myeengun Henry from the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation, who is part of the group presenting a constitutional challenge to the Supreme Court of Canada against Enbridge's Line 9.
Photo: Courtesy Planet in Focus
rabble interview
Oct 25 2016 | by Phillip Dwight Morgan | Phillip Morgan sits down with renowned scientist, environmentalist and broadcaster David Suzuki to discuss some of the challenges plaguing environmentalism in Canada today.
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rabble news
Oct 24 2016 | by Sophia Reuss | Minister Ralph Goodale has shown no sign of turning his promised reforms into action -- leading detainees to the third hunger strike this year and second in less than four months.
book review
Oct 20 2016 | by Megan Devlin | University of British Columbia professor Coll Thrush's work reveals Indigenous history at the centre of an empire.
Gabriel Allahdua, migrant worker and campaign member, speaks at the Ontario Food
rabble news
Oct 13 2016 | by Binish Ahmed |, | by Navjeet Sidhu | A historic caravan of migrant agricultural workers undertook a 1,500-kilometre journey to Ottawa to rally for permanent immigration status.
rabble interview
Oct 12 2016 | by Meg Borthwick | Goldsmith is on one of the Women's Boats to Gaza. Her boat didn't make it out of Sicily, but they remained in contact with the Zaytouna-Oliva up until it was boarded and kidnapped.
Photo: Vancouver International Film Festival
rabble interview
Oct 11 2016 | by Alyse Kotyk | Obomsawin's documentry, featured at the Vancouver International Film Festival, highlights the lack of services for Indigenous children living on reserves.
The Zaytouna-Oliva. Image credit: Fotomovimiento/flickr
Oct 5 2016 | by Meg Borthwick | Women's Boat to Gaza lost contact with the Zaytouna-Oliva minutes before 4 p.m. local time. It is now understood that Israeli Occupation Forces have surrounded the boat in international waters.
Three women from the Women’s Boat to Gaza (L-R): Mairead Maguire, Renè Abu Joub
in their own words
Oct 5 2016 | by Ann Wright | It is Day Six on the Women's Boat to Gaza's thousand-mile journey from Sicily to break the illegal Israeli blockade of Gaza. Sitting in the cockpit of our sailboat are 13 women from 13 countries.
Image: Flickr/Peoples' Social Forum (Ben Powless)
rabble interview
Sep 29 2016 | by Phillip Dwight Morgan | Despite nearly a decade of environmental deregulation under Stephen Harper and recurring boil-water advisories, many Canadians continue to believe that Canada is immune to water scarcity.
Photo: Andrée Lévesque
rabble news
Sep 27 2016 | by Andrée Lévesque | Activist Madeleine Parent has been honoured with a new park thanks to the determination of the citizens of a working-class district where, in 1943, she started her career as a union organizer.
Photo: flickr/Rumbo a Gaza
rabble interview
Sep 20 2016 | by Sophia Reuss | The Women's Boat to Gaza wants to bring a message of solidarity and hope to Gaza. And, most importantly, for the focus to be back on Gaza.
rabble news
Sep 19 2016 | by Alyse Kotyk | The now two-tier housing market in Vancouver has split the population into people who have a lot of money and the rest. Two rallies over the weekend demanded immediate action.
rabble news
Sep 19 2016 | by Megan Devlin | Organizers this year emphasized that simply bringing people together is a form of resistance.
Poster image: White Pine Pictures
rabble interview
Sep 16 2016 | by Phillip Dwight Morgan | What is the role of free press in protecting democracy? Phillip Dwight Morgan interviews Amy Goodman and Nermeen Shaikh of Democracy Now! on the subject.
Photo: Sophia Reuss
rabble news
Sep 14 2016 | by Sophia Reuss | Yesterday, the National Day of Action against the North Dakota Access Pipeline saw thousands of people in support, including nearly 100 demonstrators in the Toronto solidarity action.
Photo: Mita Hans
rabble news
Sep 9 2016 | by Sophia Reuss | Indigenous youth and elders protested the Dakota Access Pipeline outside of the U.S. consulate in Toronto yesterday, emphasizing the importance of cross-border solidarity.
PMO Photo by Adam Scotti.
Sep 2 2016 | by Teuila Fuatai | So how's Trudeau doing on the labour file? Teuila Fuatai checked in and found four areas that were, let's just say, interesting.