in their own words
Jul 6 2015 | by Aiyana Lauridsen | This weekend kicked off the Stampede in Calgary and the March for Jobs, Justice and the Climate. Activists in Calgary took to the streets to let Canada's politicians know they want climate justice.
Photo: flickr/ Bob Dass
politics
Jul 6 2015 | by Jon Queally | Greece voted overwhelmingly against the imposition of further austerity. Now it's time the 'No' be invested into a 'Yes' for proper resolution.
Photo: Megan Devlin
rabble news
Jul 6 2015 | by Ella Bedard | Labour played a major role at Sunday's March for Jobs, Justice and the Climate. Here's what some labour activists had to say.
Photo: Jane Fonda and Melina Laboucan-Massimo (Photo by Megan Devlin)
rabble news
Jul 5 2015 | by Megan Devlin | Climate action. Green jobs. Justice for marginalized communities. Ten thousand people were joined by celebrities like Jane Fonda and David Suzuki to demand leaders work for climate justice.
Photo: flickr/Paul Bica
rabble news
Jul 3 2015 | by Christina Turner | An event in Toronto last week sought to educate residents of Toronto on the city's layered treaty history, one that is frequently ignored in official accounts of Toronto's past.
Photo: flickr/ Moyan Brenn
politics
Jul 3 2015 | by Nick Fillmore | In the past week the IMF released a report admitting strong pro-capitalist policies don't work and a dutch judge sided with citizens to slash carbon emissions.
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rabble news
Jul 3 2015 | by rabble staff | This weekend, Canadians are rallying for jobs, justice and the climate. Time was, you'd have to wait to see the photos and read the news about the protest. Nowadays, you can follow the action here.
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politics
Jul 2 2015 | by Fred Hahn | Has Canada become a global laughing stock to the ever-growing numbers of people around the world who understand climate change requires action? Yep!
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rabble news
Jul 2 2015 | by Mitchell Thompson | The Trans Pacific Partnership will introduce rules on patents for medication that critics say will restrict access to HIV treatment and threaten LGBT lives.
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analysis
Jul 2 2015 | by Kathryn Teeluck | The Harper government quietly passed new legislation last year allowing provinces and territories to impose a minimum residency requirement for social assistance. Will they?
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rabble news
Jul 2 2015 | by Megan Devlin | After having their ship illegally seized in international waters and being held in Israeli prison for 72 hours, Kevin Neish and Robert Lovelace are on their way home.
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in their own words
Jul 1 2015 | by Abubakar N. Kasim | As a nation, Canada has lost its way. What can we do this Canada Day to steer it back on course?
Photo: flickr/Dennis Jarvis
analysis
Jun 30 2015 | by Michael Hudson | As we watch the news of a last-minute deal, Michael Hudson reflects on what Greece might achieve and the Delphi Declaration.
Photo: Canadian Boat to Gaza
rabble news
Jun 30 2015 | by Megan Devlin | The Freedom Flotilla ships to Gaza have been turned back. Two Canadians, Robert Lovelace and Kevin Neish, are being held in custody.
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rabble news
Jun 29 2015 | by Ella Bedard | Unionized temp agency loses its contract with Canada Post less than a year after signing first collective agreement. Would you say union-busting?
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briefly
Jun 26 2015 | by Edward C. Corrigan | On June 11, new requirements were made mandatory for Canadian citizenship. In many cases it has become more difficult to obtain citizenship. Here are the changes.
Photo: flickr/Nicholas Nico Valenton
rabble news
Jun 26 2015 | by Ella Bedard | It's Pride season. This week's labour roundup honours the work of LGBTIQ activists as strikes erupt across the country.
in their own words
Jun 25 2015 | by Christopher Karas | With Pride going strong, check out what's new and a new way to document hate laws worldwide.
Photo: Christina Gray
in their own words
Jun 25 2015 | by Christina Gray | This week Christina Gray was the first person to wear her regalia instead of a barrister's robe at her call to the bar in Ontario. Here, in her own words, is how she decided to take action.
Photo: We Demand An Apology Network used with permission
rabble news
Jun 24 2015 | by Ella Bedard | An apology is required. A new book by Gary Kinsman sheds light on a dark chapter in Canada's history, as those persecuted begin to demand redress for decades of surveillance and harassment.
Photo: Christina Gray with permission
rabble news
Jun 22 2015 | by Miriam Katawazi | Christina Gray will set a strong precedent when she is called to the bar this week. The law student will wear her First Nation's regalia when she attends the ceremony.
Photo: flickr/Douglas Sprott
rabble news
Jun 22 2015 | by Megan Devlin | Court upholds ruling: discrimination complaints to professional bodies can be heard at Ontario Human Rights Tribunal as well.
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rabble news
Jun 19 2015 | by Ella Bedard | As precarious work becomes the new normal, Ontario's Labour Ministry is running consultations before reforming legislation.
Photo: Flickr/The All-Nite Images
rabble news
Jun 19 2015 | by Ella Bedard | Unionized and non-unionized workers find a common front in struggles against precarious labour.
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rabble news
Jun 19 2015 | by Ella Bedard | Invisible No More is the latest campaign from SEIU fighting for rights for cleaning staff. They are asking for $15 an hour and some basic labour standard guarantees.
Photo: flickr/ Caleb Roenigk
rabble news
Jun 18 2015 | by Ashley Splawinski | Ontario wants students to learn more about Indigenous culture. Kelly Crawford is an author who is working to develop educational materials that take on the systemic issues that Indigenous people face.
Photo: flickr/creative commons
rabble news
Jun 17 2015 | by Joshua Davidson | NDP MP Dennis Bevington led a motion calling for urgent reform to the Nutrition North food subsidy program because it is not serving the community properly. The motion was defeated on June 8. Why?
Photo: by Freedom Flotilla used with permission
rabble news
Jun 17 2015 | by Megan Devlin | Queen's professor and Indigenous activist Robert Lovelace has joined the Freedom Flotilla III to Gaza.
Photo: Leehi Yona
politics
Jun 17 2015 | by Leehi Yona | With the conclusion of last week's UN Bonn conference on climate change, what will it take to reach a fair and ambitious agreement this winter at the COP21 Paris negotiations? 
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opinion
Jun 17 2015 | by various | Last April, Chippewas of the Thames First Nation filed with the Federal Court of Appeal to challenge the National Energy Board approval of Line 9.