rabble.ca series - Hill Dispatches

rabble.ca series - Hill Dispatches

Karl Nerenberg joins rabble to cover news for the rest of us from Parliament Hill. Karl has been a journalist for over 25 years including eight years as the producer of the CBC show The House. He has written scripts for documentary films and long-form television reports for such shows as Le Point and Actuel on Radio Canada television and The Journal on CBC-TV. Karl also founded and, for five years, edited the magazine Federations: What's new in federalism worldwide.

Karl has been awarded a Gemini award, a Best International Documentary Series award (from "la communauté des televisions francophones"), a CBC Radio Award for Best New Series (C'est la vie) among others. As a broadcaster, Mr. Nerenberg produced and directed television series and documentaries in a wide range of genres and on a great variety of subjects -- from civil war in Central America, to the crisis in South Africa's Apartheid system.

Karl works in both English and French, and can be reached at karl@rabble.ca

 

Oct 13 2011 | by Karl Nerenberg | The Conservatives cut an environmental network as part of an ongoing effort to silence voices they do not want to hear.
Oct 11 2011 | by Karl Nerenberg | The Martin budget of 1995 was a major -- and, in many ways, catastrophic -- event. In the current context, we should look back on it, to learn whatever lessons we can.
Sep 27 2011 | by Karl Nerenberg | The budget of 1995 foreshadows today's challenges.
Sep 22 2011 | by Karl Nerenberg | There was much back and forth Wednesday in Question Period on the Canadian Environment Department's plans to cut ozone monitoring.
Sep 20 2011 | by Karl Nerenberg | In March of 1982, the Progressive Conservative Opposition of the day forced the complete stoppage of Parliament for fifteen days, as a protest against a Liberal government omnibus energy bill.
Flowers grace Jack Layton's desk in parliament shortly after the NDP leader's death in August.
Sep 19 2011 | by Karl Nerenberg | Parliament resumes -- without Jack Layton.
Sep 19 2011 | by Karl Nerenberg | Parliament is back after the truncated, post-election session last spring, and the traumatic summer we all experienced.