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rabble news
Nov 21 2014 | by Ella Bedard | Creating a workplace culture to reduce harassment is not easy but some organizations are tackling the problem.
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briefly
Nov 21 2014 | by Kaitlin McNabb | It's Friday. I'm excited for a weekend full of Harry Potter. But, here's a few things that have been making the rabble staff laugh throughout the week!
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opinion
Nov 20 2014 | by Stephen Price-Thomas | Will the impact of decisions made by G20 leaders last weekend be transitory?
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rabble news
Nov 20 2014 | by Ella Bedard | The Canadian Federation of Students say that politicians are willing to pay lip service to student issues, but offer little more than that.
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rabble news
Nov 20 2014 | by Jennifer Mills | Will divestment from fossil fuels in Canada stop extreme resource extraction? Maybe not, but it's a step and an important part of the change!
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rabble news
Nov 20 2014 | by Paul Weinberg | There has been a deluge of construction projects of homes in and around East Jerusalem. Is this in order to maintain a geographic stranglehold on a united Jerusalem as capital of the Jewish state?
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rabble news
Nov 19 2014 | by Wayne Roberts | 500 food advocates gathered in Halifax to talk about what the food movement has achieved and what their powerhouse can accomplish next.
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briefly
Nov 19 2014 | by Ella Bedard | After weeks in mediation, a settlement could not be reached between Nova Scotia's four health-care unions and acute care employers.
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opinion
Nov 19 2014 | by Steve Price-Thomas | G20 leaders who met last weekend in Brisbane need to focus on the issues that matter for the millions of people trapped in poverty in order to beat the Ebola crisis.
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analysis
Nov 17 2014 | by Ashley Splawinski | The fight for what's better for Canadian families continues. Will it be Harper's "family-focused" tax cuts or can the NDP sway people with their childcare plan?
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briefly
Nov 16 2014 | by Cathryn Atkinson | Gregor Robertson retakes mayor's chair for the third time in Vancouver despite himself, Meena Wong third.
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analysis
Nov 14 2014 | by MUSKRAT Magazine | The IPCC report confirms what Indigenous people have been warning for years: if we don't respect the relationship between humans and the natural world, catastrophic impacts will result.
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briefly
Nov 14 2014 | by Kaitlin McNabb | Happy Feel Good Friday! There's puppies, anti-comedy, sandwiches and Margaret Atwood!
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briefly
Nov 14 2014 | by Ella Bedard | The union that represents professional public sector employees announced that it will deviate from its long-held policy of neutrality to oppose Harper in the upcoming federal elections.
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analysis
Nov 12 2014 | by Fatima Syed | Welcome to Canada. We lied about the opportunities for immigrants.
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rabble news
Nov 12 2014 | by Ella Bedard | Telecommunication workers opt for strength in numbers in another private-sector union merger.
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opinion
Nov 11 2014 | by Christine O'Fallon | The Vancouver election is on November 15. Who's to say whether anything real will happen once the elections are over and done with? That's where the Hot Pink Paper Campaign comes in!
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rabble news
Nov 10 2014 | by Wayne Roberts | 67 billion kilograms of food waste heads for the landfill every year. It's a big issue. Why aren't our politicians making a plan for all that food waste?
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in their own words
Nov 10 2014 | by Angela Misri | When former CBC employee Angela Misri reported sexual harassment at work, the reaction was not what she hoped. Here are her thoughts on how the CBC could have handled it better.
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rabble news
Nov 10 2014 | by Tania Ehret | We need media democracy! Luckily Media Democracy Days were held this weekend where everything from the digital divide to the politics of representation were discussed.
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rabble series
Nov 7 2014 | by Salmaan Khan | Challenging the 1% takes individuals willing to challenge the privileges that characterize their social experiences. Did Occupy manage that?
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rabble news
Nov 7 2014 | by Ella Bedard | Hundreds of partial-load unionized staff were told their contracts will only be renewed if they accept non-union positions.
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rabble interview
Nov 7 2014 | by Ella Bedard | Outgoing President of the BC Federation of Labour gives some lessons for labour in these lean times.
press release
Nov 7 2014 | by End Immigration Detention Network | Endless, cruel and illegal imprisonment is part of Stephen Harper's lock 'em up agenda, but why are provincial governments co-operating with this injustice?
briefly
Nov 7 2014 | by Kaitlin McNabb | What up! It's Feel Good Friday and I've included both a story about an otter and a kitten, so you're welcome.
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rabble news
Nov 6 2014 | by David Gray-Donald | Big Oil wants Quebec. But a grassroots resistance movement is forming against the pipelines. What can you do to help?
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analysis
Nov 6 2014 | by Julie LaLonde | The Jian Ghomeshi allegations of sexual abuse have rocked Canada and beyond and lead to one big question: How did he get away with it for so long? Here's what you can do to call out sexual harassment.
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opinion
Nov 6 2014 | by Nick Fillmore | The UN report on climate change highlights what is needed from climate activists. Time to reflect on how to get Canada to take action.
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rabble news
Nov 6 2014 | by Ella Bedard | Liberals make good on their election promise, but more is needed to bring workers out of poverty.
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in their own words
Nov 5 2014 | by Antonia Zerbisias | When Antonia Zerbisias tweeted support for the women accusing Jian Ghomeshi of sexual assault by revealing her own experience with sexual assault, she was not aware it would create a movement.