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rabble news
Sep 30 2014 | by Miriam Katawazi | What does it mean when a photograph is altered. What if the changed image is widely shared? How can photojournalists protect their work?
rabble news
Sep 30 2014 | by Robert Devet | Over 600 health-care workers went to Province House in Nova Scotia to show how angry they are at the proposed anti-union legislation, and to call for Premier McNeil's resignation.
Photo: Raewadee Parnmukh
rabble news
Sep 30 2014 | by Ellie Ng | As pro-democracy demonstrations continue, so does police violence. Canadian activists are protesting in solidarity. Ellie Ng reports from Hong Kong.
Photo: Robert Devet
rabble news
Sep 29 2014 | by Robert Devet | This Monday, Nova Scotia's Health Minister Leo Glavine will introduce legislation that dictates to health-care workers which union they must belong to.
in their own words
Sep 29 2014 | by Paul Manly | Paul Manly discusses his recent trip to El Salvador, on behalf of Council of Canadians, and that nation's struggles with Canadian mining companies, environmental degradation and remaining independent.
Photo: flickr/Stephen Harper
briefly
Sep 26 2014 | by Kaitlin McNabb | It had to be said. But more positively, it was a great week for good news: transit! feminism! cats! bears! activism!
"The Arctic Council planning a search for Sir John Franklin," by Stephen Pearce
politics
Sep 26 2014 | by Correy Baldwin | If this is our national story, then we are telling ourselves the wrong story.
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opinion
Sep 25 2014 | by Ken Neumann | The tagline "Anything but Harper" just won't cut it in the 2015 federal election and neither will strategic voting. We need to vote for the kind of government we want to replace the Harper regime.
Photo: Rising Tide - Vancouver facebook
modest proposal
Sep 25 2014 | by Coast Salish Territories |, | by Rising Tide - Vancouver | Rising Tide - Vancouver, Coast Salish Territories has released a statement in solidarity with Oppenheimer Tent City in Vancouver.
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opinion
Sep 24 2014 | by Cathy Crowe | Olivia Chow is an important community-builder in Toronto and we need her strengths more than ever says Cathy Crowe.
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analysis
Sep 24 2014 | by Julie Kaye |, | by Sarah Hunt | Public Safety Canada's report on human trafficking in Aboriginal communities asks "How are Aboriginal families trafficking their children?" instead of "Has the government participated in trafficking?"
Photo: flickr/Rick Harris
rabble news
Sep 23 2014 | by Tracy Glynn | New Brunswick election results are in, and the Liberals have formed a majority government. But what were voters talking about and what issues were most important to them?
in their own words
Sep 22 2014 | by Kevin Shimmin | Rajani Thiranagama was a social justice activist, medical doctor, feminist and scholar. This month will mark the 25th anniversary of Rajani's passing.
Photo: flickr/icannphotos
politics
Sep 22 2014 | by Karl Flecker | Tony Clement recently tried to pass the blame on the disastrous Temporary Foreign Worker Program changes to the Liberals, forgetting that the Conservatives were responsible for most of it.
Photo: flickr/Climate March
analysis
Sep 22 2014 | by Julie Gorecki | Women's organizations met at the People's Climate March and united under one message: "there will be no climate justice without gender justice."
Photo: flickr/*_Abhi_*
briefly
Sep 19 2014 | by Kaitlin McNabb | So we didn't hear the word 'Yes!' last night during a certain vote, but that doesn't mean we can't say it now. It's Feel Good Friday.
Photo: flickr/Climate March
opinion
Sep 19 2014 | by Nick Fillmore | The UN meeting is yet again corroded by big business influence. Will the People's Climate March be able to pressure the UN or should we all switch tactics?
Photo: Kathleen Pye
rabble news
Sep 19 2014 | by Jarrah Hodge | On Monday, Sept. 22, New Brunswick will go to the polls. On Saturday, Sept 20., people will take to the streets to ask "Where'd our reproductive rights go in Canada?"
Photo: Kyoshi Masamune/flickr
politics
Sep 19 2014 | by Duncan Cameron | It was not to be. With an 87 per cent turnout, Scottish independence was rejected by 55 per cent of voters in the September 18 referendum.
flickr/www.audio-luci-store.it
press release
Sep 19 2014 | by BC Teachers' Federation | Members of the BC Teachers' Federation have voted to ratify the agreement-in-committee reached on Tuesday, September 16, 2014, with the BC Public School Employers' Association.
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analysis
Sep 18 2014 | by Sarah Hunt | Are there links between missing and murdered women and Bill C-36? Perhaps. It seems there is a discomfort in linking violence against Indigenous women and the rights and safety of sex workers.
Photo: flickr/Toshiyuki IMAI
rabble news
Sep 17 2014 | by Sanita Fejzic | Across Canada rural municipalities are dealing with issues of land use and resource extraction. What power do citizens actually have over Big Business when they want to protect the environment?
Photo: flickr/Climate March
in their own words
Sep 16 2014 | by Leehi Yona | The Harper government's inaction on climate change is a big, big problem. Join the People's Climate March this Sunday September 21.
Photo: flickr/Rupert Ganzer
rabble news
Sep 16 2014 | by Larry Kuehn | A tentative agreement has been reached between the BC Teachers' Federation and the B.C. government.
Photo: Flickr/Shawn Merritt
analysis
Sep 15 2014 | by Heather Morgan | Progressive voters, awake! Doug Ford took Rob's place in the run for Mayor of Toronto. Rob Ford is replacing his nephew Mike in a run for council. Mike will run for school trustee. What's going on?
Photo: flickr/The Laird of Oldham
analysis
Sep 12 2014 | by Simon Jones | In the last few weeks, the momentum for Scotland's independence seems to be with the Yes campaign. Some are keen to compare it to Quebec, but why? They couldn't be more different.
Photo: flickr/John
briefly
Sep 12 2014 | by Kaitlin McNabb | So, I like cat videos. A lot. But what else can cheer you up faster than a basket full of kittens? Feel Good Friday is here... with plenty of kittens.
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rabble news
Sep 12 2014 | by Miriam Katawazi | When Max's family's refugee application was denied, they were asked to pay for public school. They couldn't. Max missed two years. Advocates are working to make school free for all children.
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analysis
Sep 12 2014 | by E. Wayne Ross | If B.C. schools could be open on Monday, why won't the government make it happen? Oh, because they think binding arbitration is "absolutely silly."
Photo: flickr/Steven Depolo
briefly
Sep 11 2014 | by Larry Kuehn | More than 30,000 B.C. teachers voted "yes" to return to classes -- if the B.C. Liberal government will agree to send to arbitration all the issues except for those related to court decisions.