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Apr 17 2015 | by Kaitlin McNabb | It's Feel Good Friday: All the good news you can use.
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rabble news
Apr 17 2015 | by Ella Bedard | Across Canada, spring has sprung and with it, a deluge of actions. This week in labour we saw the largest protests of low-wage workers in U.S. history, unions mobilizing for the election, and more!
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analysis
Apr 16 2015 | by Kim Koyama | Despite successive governments' condemnation of the wartime internment of the Japanese in Canada, the same actions continue. C-51 is of harm to us all.
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press release
Apr 16 2015 | by National Farmers Union | With the privatization of the Canadian Wheat Board, the Harper government has accomplished the biggest transfer of wealth away from farmers in the history of Canada.
rabble interview
Apr 14 2015 | by Ryan Meili | At a time when the Canadian landscape is dominated by trends of growing inequality, George Lakoff discusses political framing, progressive values and the divide in progressive politics.
rabble news
Apr 14 2015 | by Julia Smith | Jorge Luis Clemente Balbuena and Hilda Legideño Vargas are travelling across Canada to ask the Canadian government to acknowledge the human rights crisis in Mexico.
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rabble news
Apr 14 2015 | by Ella Bedard | On April 15, campaigners across Canada will join a worldwide Day of Action for $15 minimum wage.
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rabble news
Apr 13 2015 | by Tyson Kelsall | Wednesday's fuel spill ignited fears of greater catastrophe with a potential increase in tanker traffic on the West Coast.
rabble news
Apr 13 2015 | by David Gray-Donald | The climate movement met in Quebec City days before Canada's premiers meet to talk about climate change. An estimated 25,000 people took to the streets on Saturday for the Act on Climate March.
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rabble news
Apr 10 2015 | by David Gray-Donald | As premiers from across Canada meet in Quebec City, April 13-14, climate activists and organizers will also be converging on the city, home to printemps 2015. So, so, so can you say solidarity?
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Apr 10 2015 | by rabble staff | As premiers meet in Quebec City, climate advocates are taking to the streets. Follow tweets from the march and surrounding events here.
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rabble news
Apr 10 2015 | by Ella Bedard | The Alberta Federation of Labour's Better Way Alberta campaign will have to shut down its website until after the provincial campaign is over.
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Apr 10 2015 | by Kaitlin McNabb | Happy Friday everyone! Lots of good news, and unsolicited discussion about The Fast and Furious, in this week's Feel Good Friday.
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rabble news
Apr 10 2015 | by Ella Bedard | This week in labour we've got ever more resistance to austerity measures, more folks in strike position, and workers trying to rescue our public services. Check it out.
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rabble news
Apr 9 2015 | by Meg Borthwick | London, Ontario is home to a strong campaign resisting cuts to Canada Post. Here, we deliver the story direct to you.
analysis
Apr 9 2015 | by Stefan Christoff | With the recent wave of police violence against the growing protests against austerity in Montréal, Stefan Christoff remembers long-time community activist Robert Fransham.
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rabble news
Apr 8 2015 | by Steve Cornwell | What are the issues with the search for a 'willing host' community for Canada's highly radioactive nuclear waste?
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rabble news
Apr 8 2015 | by Ella Bedard | Several unions and major labour groups take action against Canada's revolving-door immigration policy.
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opinion
Apr 8 2015 | by Christa Big Canoe | Why did a Canadian court allow the most intimate part of Cindy Gladue's body to be evidence in a jury trial? Christa Big Canoe discusses the dehumanization of Cindy Gladue.
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opinion
Apr 8 2015 | by Sarah Waurechen | Quebec's CEGEPs offer continuing education classes at night. Great idea? Not when teachers for those classes get half the salary of daytime professors. This is eroding higher education.
rabble news
Apr 7 2015 | by Tyson Kelsall | Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain Pipeline is a major shareholder in the corporation that would respond to a marine oil spill, according to files obtained by rabble.
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analysis
Apr 7 2015 | by Nick Falvo | Nick Falvo discusses the state of homelessness and housing in Northern Canada. Here are 10 things you need to know.
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analysis
Apr 6 2015 | by James Compton |, | by Paul Benedetti | On March 25, the competition bureau cleared the way for Postmedia to buy Sun Media's properties. Here's why we need to pay attention.
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in their own words
Apr 6 2015 | by anonymous | "Target Loves Canada" -- not so much. Posters listing discount amounts and a grotesque countdown of "days left" are what mark Canadian Target stores now.
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Apr 3 2015 | by Kaitlin McNabb | It's my tied-for-first favourite candy time of the year: Easter. Something sweet for me, something sweeter for you.
Graphic by École de la Montagne Rouge
analysis
Apr 3 2015 | by Stefan Christoff | Cracks in the facade of austerity are quickly spreading outward on the streets in Montréal. Thousands are actively joining a growing grassroots protest movement that is bold, broad and powerful.
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rabble news
Apr 3 2015 | by Ella Bedard | We've got some energizing victories and momentous protests. Check it out!
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rabble news
Apr 2 2015 | by rabble staff | Across Canada, activists are gathering to demand justice in the case of Cindy Gladue. Follow the protest here.
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rabble news
Apr 2 2015 | by Fatima Syed | The work permits of many temporary foreign workers (TFWs) who have been working in Canada for more than four years expires today, requiring them to leave immediately or suffer the consequences.
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analysis
Apr 1 2015 | by Ella Bedard | After a series of twists and turns, solidarity ultimately prevails in Nova Scotia's Bill 1 saga. Here's the backstory.