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

 

Photo: Flickr/  Satya Murthy
Oct 10 2015 | by Karl Nerenberg | The race is still on to decide which party represents the best alternative to the Conservatives. Now is the time to look seriously at what the Liberals and New Democrats are all about.
Photo: flickr/ davehuehn
Oct 6 2015 | by Karl Nerenberg | NDP leader Mulcair did well in the final French-language debate; so did Liberal leader Trudeau. But does Harper hold the trump card with the TPP?
Sep 30 2015 | by Karl Nerenberg | The reviewers gave Justin Trudeau high marks for a dazzling, dramatic performance. But what really happened at the Munk debate?
Photo: flickr/ Ara Shimoon
Sep 21 2015 | by Karl Nerenberg | The campaign has one month to go. When it started, scandals were dogging Harper. He may now have the last laugh, as Trudeau and Mulcair take swipes at each other.
Photo: screenshot
Sep 18 2015 | by Karl Nerenberg | The debate on the economy was sponsored by the pro-big business Globe and Mail. The moderator was biased in favour of Harper. He hardly mentioned such issues as climate change and poverty.
Sep 17 2015 | by Karl Nerenberg | Last time, in August, Trudeau let Harper off the hook when he chose to turn fire on his fellow opposition leader. What will he do this time?
Photo: flickr/Stephen Harper
Sep 10 2015 | by Karl Nerenberg | Stephen Harper told CBC's Peter Mansbridge that he thinks he 'wins' the election if he gets the most seats. That is pure humbug.
Kenney and Alexander answer questions about Temporary Foreign Workers Program ch
Sep 3 2015 | by Karl Nerenberg | It is a horror that Immigration Minister Chris Alexander did nothing to help a desperate Syrian family, who had relatives in Canada. But that indifference is not new.
Photo: flickr/ Stephen Harper
Aug 16 2015 | by Karl Nerenberg | Emails tabled at the Duffy trial show that Stephen Harper decided to ignore one of the constitutional residency provisions for senators. His own lawyer warned him that he was on thin ice.
Aug 14 2015 | by Karl Nerenberg | Mike Duffy's lawyer portrayed the PMO and its chief as being engaged in almost full-time damage control. It seems that the direction came from the top.