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opinion
Sep 25 2015 | by H. Peter Langille | It's time to re-organize Canada's foreign and defence policies around the umbrella concept of sustainable common security. Here's why.
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rabble news
Sep 24 2015 | by rabble staff | Watching the first French-language debate? Well grab a snack and a drink and follow rabble's live coverage featuring Nora Loreto.
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rabble news
Sep 24 2015 | by Fatima Syed | Multimedia project Never Home has brought the impact and reality of the Harper government's immigration policies over a decade to life and fuelled a movement to welcome refugees to Canada.
rabble news
Sep 23 2015 | by Lenée Son | In the wake of the Syrian refugee crisis and the death of a three-year-old Syrian-Kurdish boy Alan Kurdi, activist group No One Is Illegal is calling for a month of action.
rabble news
Sep 23 2015 | by David Gray-Donald  | On Thursday Sept. 24 five federal leaders will debate, giving Quebecers their first chance to see the candidates duke it in French. What's the word so far on who will take Quebec's 78 seats this time?
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rabble news
Sep 23 2015 | by Aaliya Khan | On Friday Sept. 18, representatives from the major parties spoke to an audience of predominantly young and Muslim individuals. What issues took centre stage during this discussion?
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analysis
Sep 22 2015 | by Samantha C. Thrift | Up For Debate held its panel on gender justice and equality on Monday featuring four political leaders and a panel discussion. What did the leaders have to say in this conversation on women's issues?
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rabble interview
Sep 21 2015 | by Michael Stewart | The third-largest group crossing the Mediterranean is fleeing Eritrea, home to one of the most corrupt and brutal regimes in the world, and Canadian mining companies.
rabble news
Sep 18 2015 | by Mike Barber | An at-times heated debate on economic philosophies could be waylaid by Harper's "old-stock Canadians" comment.
rabble news
Sep 17 2015 | by rabble staff | The Globe and Mail leaders' debate is today! Watch rabble's live coverage of the debate right here.
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analysis
Sep 17 2015 | by Miranda Massie | The new B.C. sexual health curriculum poses challenges as teacher training and funding for experts is largely unavailable and this is information youth have a right to.
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rabble news
Sep 16 2015 | by Paul Weinberg | None of the major political parties are addressing income inequality head-on in their platforms. With economic growth decreasing and the wage gap increasing, we need to talk about Canada's economy.
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satire
Sep 16 2015 | by Alexander Saxton | A poll conducted among the that-one-unbearable-person-on-Facebook demographic has shown that the Conservative party is polling above 95 per cent.
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opinion
Sep 16 2015 | by Nick Fillmore | One of the biggest issues emerging this election is whether or not to engage in strategic voting. For those who want to oust Harper this decision remains heated on both sides.
in their own words
Sep 15 2015 | by various | A call for a Canada based on caring for the Earth and one another.
rabble news
Sep 15 2015 | by Mick Sweetman | Dozens of high-profile Canadian activists and intellectuals are calling for Canada to take a leap of faith away from an extractive economy.
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analysis
Sep 14 2015 | by Julia Smith | A report describes the continued disadvantaged position of women in Canada, and the government's failure to address women's rights. How are political parties promising to rectify gender inequality?
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rabble news
Sep 10 2015 | by Cory Collins | Students headed back to school in Newfoundland and Labrador this year will be the first to fully benefit from the province's new student aid provisions. Wouldn't that be nice for all of Canada?
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opinion
Sep 10 2015 | by Nick Fillmore | How can Canadians who don't support the Harper Conservatives defeat voter suppression tactics?
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rabble news
Sep 9 2015 | by David Gray-Donald | Toxic Tour 2015 welcomed hundreds to see the belly of Canada's petro-chemical industrial beast and its devastating effects on the surrounding Aamjiwnaang First Nation.
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rabble news
Sep 8 2015 | by A. Splawinski | Cross-country actions took place this weekend to raise awareness of the crisis in Syria and Canada's poor treatment of refugees.
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rabble news
Sep 7 2015 | by Haseena Manek | Charting the erosion of labour rights through the Harper decade, and looking forward.
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opinion
Sep 7 2015 | by Irene Lanzinger | The labour movement has been at the forefront of improving the lives of working people for more than a century. And we will continue that fight.
rabble news
Sep 7 2015 | by H.G. Watson | Happy Labour Day! It's a time to celebrate, but also a time to remember the many attacks on Canada's labour movement and of course, the fights back.
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analysis
Sep 3 2015 | by Samantha C. Thrift | Political parties' reticence (or refusal, as the case may be) to participate in women's issues debates is part of a decades-old neoliberal chill put on women's advocacy work in Canada.
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rabble news
Sep 3 2015 | by Ethel Tungohan | Chris Alexander promised the Filipino and migrant communities that changes to the Live-In Caregiver Program would protect them and quicken processing times. The opposite has occurred.
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rabble news
Aug 31 2015 | by Thomas Saczkowski | Carding practices continue to be a contentious issue because of the amount of data being collected and the discrimination against racialized populations. What can and should be done about carding?
satire
Aug 31 2015 | by James Bunting | A new report by the Conservative government shows that over 12,000 federal public servants have tested positive for opinions.
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rabble news
Aug 25 2015 | by A. Splawinski | On August 15, demonstrators gathered in Toronto to protest the arrival of a self-professed "pick-up artist" who has claimed rape should be legal on private property.
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arts/media
Aug 24 2015 | by Jennifer Dales | Onekwenhtara Kanehtsote - the Red Post Art Exhibit commemorates the 25th anniversary of the Crisis of 1990, also known as the Oka Crisis, by demonstrating its impacts through art.