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rabble news
Mar 2 2015 | by Leah Fusco | A recent public forum on fracking in Newfoundland drew a full house and a discussion about the investigation of the effects of fracking in N.L. and its links to oil development.
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Mar 2 2015 | by Ella Bedard | At the last minute, TAs vote to reject a tentative agreement at the University of Toronto.
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rabble news
Feb 27 2015 | by Ella Bedard | The Nova Scotia government fires its arbitrator as labour work to ensure labour rights in the face of Bill 1.
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Feb 27 2015 | by Kaitlin McNabb | Big wins for activists! And big laughs for everyone in this week's Feel Good Friday.
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rabble news
Feb 27 2015 | by Ella Bedard | This week in labour news: Ontario campuses and beyond!
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rabble news
Feb 27 2015 | by Sophia Banks | With support, Senator Donald Plett wants to modify Bill C-279 so trans people will not be able to access any 'sex-segregated' facility and the term 'gender identity' will be removed. Horrible.
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press release
Feb 26 2015 | by Legal Strategy Coalition on Violence Against Indigenous Women | An alarming study released today shows that governments in Canada have repeatedly ignored expert recommendations to stop violence against Indigenous women and girls.
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rabble news
Feb 26 2015 | by Tracy Glynn | The New Brunswick government is only extending publicly funded abortion services to the Moncton Hospital, choosing saving money over women's health.
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rabble interview
Feb 25 2015 | by Paul Weinberg | What is it like to be targeted by CSIS? Activist Ken Stone knows firsthand, and he's launched a formal complaint.
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politics
Feb 25 2015 | by MUSKRAT Magazine | The legacy of the Harper government ignoring the calls for a national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women is not only long, but littered with numerous comprehensive reports.
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rabble news
Feb 24 2015 | by Joshua Davidson | Beyond the supermarket crisis and its attendant policy, communities in Nunavut are sparking long-lasting change through food secure initiatives. Are we paying attention?
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Feb 24 2015 | by Ella Bedard | Unifor and CN Rail reached an agreement minutes before the midnight lock-out deadline. Let the ratification vote begin!
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in their own words
Feb 23 2015 | by anonymous | As Target employees continue working to close down the store outlets across Canada, one employee of Target Canada is documenting work at Target during its 16-week liquidation.
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rabble news
Feb 23 2015 | by H.G. Hamilton | The Transportation not Deportation campaign is celebrating a huge victory after Vancouver's transit police annouced it was ending the agreement with CBSA.
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Feb 20 2015 | by Kaitlin McNabb | It's Feel Good Friday. So please, stop rubbing your warm, sunny weather in east coasters' faces.
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politics
Feb 20 2015 | by Michael Geist | The Conservatives and Liberals seems content to stick to breezy talking points instead of working towards an actual solution to provide better safeguards against security threats.
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rabble news
Feb 20 2015 | by Ella Bedard | Here's some of what happened in the labour movement this week.
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rabble news
Feb 19 2015 | by Ella Bedard | Can you support the labour movement as you drink beer? Yes. Here is how to support striking workers with your beer choices, in three relatively easy steps.
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opinion
Feb 19 2015 | by Sharon O Nyangweso | Can one truly be an ally to First Nations people in Canada if they participate in its colonial structures? What if one comes from a country that was damaged by colonialism?
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in their own words
Feb 19 2015 | by anonymous | As Target employees continue working to close down the store outlets across Canada, one employee of Target Canada is documenting work at Target during its 16-week liquidation.
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opinion
Feb 18 2015 | by Robert Lovelace | When the Idle No More movement arose spontaneously, one of the first international communities to recognize the struggles of Indigenous peoples in Canada were Palestinians.
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Feb 17 2015 | by Ella Bedard | Unifor and Teamsters Canada avoid major labour disputes in last-minute agreements with Canadian Pacific Rail.
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rabble news
Feb 17 2015 | by Steve Cornwell | The National Energy Board has softened its stance on water protection for Enbridge's Line 9. Is the deal done? No, far from it, says Canada's activist community.
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rabble news
Feb 16 2015 | by Christina Gray | As calls for an Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women continue, activists across the country gathered on February 14 to remember the women who are gone.
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politics
Feb 16 2015 | by Jim Harding | The Harper government is exploiting our political system by trying to consolidate and split votes so they can hold power with only minority support.
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Feb 13 2015 | by Ella Bedard | People get ready -- it's our weekly briefing on the Canadian labour movement and there's a lot coming down the track. All aboard!
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Feb 13 2015 | by Kaitlin McNabb | My Friday loves, here are some feel good news and views for you.
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politics
Feb 13 2015 | by Suha Diab | Valentine's Day is a day of love, flowers and candy. In Gaza, it is a reminder of a once flourishing floral industry that has been crushed by Israel's attacks on Palestine.
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politics
Feb 12 2015 | by Ashley Splawinski | Food accessibility will be a significant issue this election. While the Conservatives prattle on, activists and organizations are picking up the slack and demanding real change to food policy.
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analysis
Feb 12 2015 | by Donald Gutstein | The right-wing think-tank the Fraser Institute offers an economics for journalists training program. What could possibly go wrong?