Photo: flickr/Mark Hillary
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Jul 4 2014 | by Miriam Katawazi | The Federal Court has given the government four months to change cuts to health care coverage for refugees or that the cuts may be struck down.
Photo: flickr/Yan Arief Purwanto
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Jul 3 2014 | by H.G. Watson | The Globe and Mail and Unifor Local 87-M will return to the bargaining table July 8, after 93 per cent of employees vote in favour of a strike if an agreement cannot be reached.
Photo: flickr/Morgan
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Jul 3 2014 | by Miriam Katawazi | A Roma family that fled from Hungary to Canada due to anti-Roma discrimination was granted a reprieve and stay on humanitarian grounds and will not face deportation to Hungary.
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rabble news
Jul 3 2014 | by Christine Geovanis | Three months ago, BP's massive Whiting, Indiana tar sands refinery spilled 1,600 gallons of oil into the largest freshwater system in the world. But that's nothing compared to what's coming.
Photo: flickr/Steve Snodgrass
rabble series
Jul 2 2014 | by Scott Sinclair |, | by Stuart Trew | Saying no to international trade agreements is not saying no to trade. Once Canadians appreciate how damaging the free trade agenda is to workers, the tables can be turned.
Photo: flickr/Morgan
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Jul 2 2014 | by Miriam Katawazi | A Roma family hopes to settle in Canada after enduring anti-Roma discrimination and violence in Hungary. Unfortunately, Canada has designated Hungary as "safe" for refugees.
Photo: flickr/ankakay
politics
Jul 1 2014 | by various | Happy Canada Day! If you have a moment, please take the time to reflect on Canada's state of democracy ... or lack thereof.
Photo: flickr/The U.S. Army
opinion
Jun 30 2014 | by Waleed Ahmed | Iraq is witnessing similar events to the insurgency of 2003, but this time led by ISIS. The UN has warned that military strikes might be counterproductive. Can the U.S. curb its imperial puppeteering?
Photo: flickr/Krista
rabble news
Jun 27 2014 | by Cheryl Thompson |, | by Dr. Lalai Manjikian | St-Hubert's restaurant recently ran commercial depicting racist stereotypes of different communities. However, this incident is just a byproduct of a larger issue.
photo: flickr/Daveynin
politics
Jun 27 2014 | by Amy Awad | A Canadian passport can't get you out of jail; even if it's clear that you've been wrongfully accused.
Photo: flickr/Little person
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Jun 27 2014 | by Kaitlin McNabb | So it's probably not a surprise that Feel Good Friday was borne out of the frustration with Canadian politics, particularly of Stephen Harper. But sometimes, Canada's clever people get the last laugh.
Photo: flickr/JD Hancock
rabble news
Jun 27 2014 | by Meagan Perry | Canada and the LGBTIQs, we've got history. Seventeen dates you can come out with at the next time you want to queer the historical record.
Photo: Give 30 Campaign
rabble news
Jun 26 2014 | by Miriam Katawazi | While preparing for Ramadan, a Toronto lawyer had an idea. Why not use the month of fasting to collect donations for food banks, and help the hungry? Give 30 was born.
Photo: flickr/Håkan Dahlström
rabble news
Jun 26 2014 | by Doug Nesbitt | Three modest but successful info pickets marked the first coordinated action by labour activists against the IKEA. What are the next steps?
Photo: flickr/Arnaud GD
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Jun 26 2014 | by Miriam Katawazi | The Tsilhqot'in First Nation won a landmark victory today. A Supreme Court of Canada decision granted the B.C. First Nation Aboriginal title over a wide area of traditional territory.
photo: flickr/Kris Krug
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Jun 26 2014 | by Miriam Katawazi | The CBC reduces programming, and says its workforce will be 1,000-1,500 jobs smaller by 2020.
Photo by Levi Gahman
rabble news
Jun 25 2014 | by Elise Hahn | Sweeping changes to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program have introduced several reforms. These reforms were met with immediate criticism from migrant justice groups, detailed here.
Photo: flickr/Leadnow Canada
opinion
Jun 24 2014 | by Eden Robinson | Eden Robinson explains the growing fury about Northern Gateway among B.C. aboriginal communities despite the 'pretty package' being sold to them about the pipelines.
politics
Jun 24 2014 | by Alex Hunsberger | The defeat of Tim Hudak in the Ontario election was one battle. Now the second battle we're facing is a scandal-plagued Liberal government and a "progressive" budget.
Photo: flickr/eutrophication&hypoxia
rabble news
Jun 23 2014 | by Hans Rollman | Surprise legislation tabled by Progressive Conservatives revokes recent improvements to labour relations in Newfoundland and Labrador by making it more difficult for workers to form a union. Why?
Photo: Miriam Katawazi
rabble news
Jun 23 2014 | by Miriam Katawazi | Critiques of the Temporary Foreign Worker Program abound from inside, and outside, parliament after the announcement of changes to the program.
Photo: MItchel Raphael
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Jun 23 2014 | by rabble staff | Mayoral candidate Olivia Chow's World Pride Party packed Toronto's premier gay bar Woody's this weekend. Here are some photos from the evening.
Photo: flickr/Athlex
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Jun 20 2014 | by Kaitlin McNabb | Happy Feel Good Friday! Lots of great news this week: Vancouver School Board formally adopts a transgender policy, Alberta scraps the P3 funding model for school, oh and Canada finally got a cat cafe.
Photo: wikimedia commons
opinion
Jun 20 2014 | by Terri-Jean Bedford | Terri-Jean Bedford, one of three women who began a constitutional challenge of the prostitution laws, responds to Bill C-36.
image: Facebook/Marusya Bociurkiw
rabble news
Jun 20 2014 | by Marusya Bociurkiw | Despite Russian troops, Ukraine's citizens are taking the helm and building civil society. In this article, a look at the feminist, LGBT and human rights communities that are organizing in Ukraine.
Photo: flickr/Chris Yakimov
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Jun 18 2014 | by Miriam Katawazi | When will Harper get a clue? Canadians do not want pipelines and they especially do not want the Northern Gateway pipeline.
photo: flickr/Caelie_frampton
rabble news
Jun 18 2014 | by Meg Borthwick | A sit-in is underway in Port Moody. As activists occupy a Conservative MP's office, others vow to keep up their opposition to the project.
Photo: flickr/Jamie McCaffrey
politics
Jun 17 2014 | by Nick Fillmore | Nick Fillmore weighs in on the Ontario election, strategic voting and describes his experiences volunteering with a campaign whose efforts went straight to stopping the Hudak agenda... and won.
Photo: flickr/Véronique Debord-Lazaro
politics
Jun 17 2014 | by Julia Smith | Find the new sex work law confusing? Well, we're here to help! Here is a great primer on the history of sex work laws in Canada, what the new law means and what each side thinks.
Photo: flickr/Jeff Nelson
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Jun 17 2014 | by Miriam Katawazi | Deepan Budlakoti has appeared before the Supreme Court of Canada to challenge the government to recognize his citizenship. If successful, he will be recognized as a Canadian citizen.