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Opinion
Jan 6 2014 | by Katie Lynes | The Wynne government needs to implement the updated 2010 sex-ed curriculum in Ontario because the current version is out-of-date and out-of-touch.
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profile
Jan 6 2014 | by Suey Park | The concept of the white ally has been put into question for a variety of reasons. Dr. David Leonard elaborates on this and why anti-racism shouldn't be centred from a white perspective.
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Opinion
Jan 3 2014 | by Harrison Samphir | Who will the Jackpine Mine expansion justify in the end? Though 700-plus jobs may be created, are they enough to justify complete environmental degradation of Indigenous land?
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year in review
Jan 2 2014 | by rabble staff | As 2013 comes to a close, we'd like to look back on some of our great articles as well as some of the issues we think will rise to the forefront in 2014.
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rabble news
Jan 2 2014 | by H.G. Watson | By all accounts, 2013 was not a kind year for the labour movement. In this article H.G. Watson talks about how she thinks labour can improve the odds.
year in review
Dec 30 2013 | by rabble staff | rabble.ca's parliamentary correspondent Karl Nerenberg's best articles of 2013. If you need a round-up of government hijinks in 2013, look no further.
rabble news
Dec 30 2013 | by H.G. Watson | Carleton University residence fellows were issued union cards by their campus local -- and then informed by CUPE National office that they didn't qualify for union representation.
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year in review
Dec 26 2013 | by Steffanie Pinch | This year has seen many movements break into mainstream consciousness, take on new digital forums and grow. Here are this year's top five tools you can use to create change and get involved.
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year in review
Dec 26 2013 | by rabble staff | This year the rabble podcast network talked to world-changers the world over. From Canadian activists remembering Nelson Mandela to taking an audio journey through Vancouver’s Chinatown nightmarket.
rabble news
Dec 24 2013 | by H.G. Watson | Operation Christmas Cheer is an initiative started by Casandra Robinson in 2004 that brings a little holiday spirit to workers that are on the picket lines during the month of December.
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arts/media
Dec 23 2013 | by Amira Elghawaby | Regardless of how we consume film, rabble rousers want more than the typical Hollywood fare, right? Here are ten picks to keep you entertained through the holiday.
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year in review
Dec 23 2013 | by rabble staff | We've had some great coverage on rabble this year and we'd like to celebrate it all with this great roundup of best of 2013 content on rabble. A roundup for the rest of us!
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Opinion
Dec 23 2013 | by Nick Fillmore | We need to reduce the power of big banks, weakening their grip on society's financial resources, and challenging their support for destructive, neo-liberal economic policies.
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modest proposal
Dec 20 2013 | by Joyce Green |, | by Michael Burton | We propose that Canadians adopt a 12-step program for a post-colonial future, marked by the reinvigoration of Indigenous sovereignties, with elements of the settler state's structure and processes.
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year in review
Dec 20 2013 | by rabble staff | It was an eventful year in rabble columns, with insights from some of the leading progressive voices in Canada. We look back at the year in columns and highlight some of the top picks.
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briefly
Dec 20 2013 | by rabble staff | The Supreme Court of Canada has voted unanimously today to strike down Canada's anti-prostitution laws and give Parliament one year to come up with new legislation.
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Opinion
Dec 20 2013 | by Nick Fillmore | When the next big financial crisis hits the world economy and Canadian banks are in distress -- as they were during the 2008 financial crisis -- the bank-using public will have plenty to worry about.
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rabble news
Dec 20 2013 | by Jessica Rose | Trust us, you don't have to be a craft expert to avoid consuming this holiday. Here are just a few of the many ways to keep your holiday gifting sustainable, ethical and economical.
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in her own words
Dec 20 2013 | by Jessica Rose | For the second year in a row, my dad's side of the family committed to buying second hand, which meant combing thrift stores, vintage boutiques, flea markets and antique stores for the perfect gift.
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year in review
Dec 19 2013 | by H.G. Watson | From the Canadian Senate to Bangladesh and back to Canadian retailers, the labour movement made headlines. H.G. Watson covered it all for rabble.ca. Here are her top five for 2013.
briefly
Dec 19 2013 | by Jenny Uechi | The National Energy Board ruled to approve the controversial Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline today at a media lock-up event in Calgary. The pipeline was approved with 209 conditions.
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in his own words
Dec 19 2013 | by Chengiah Ragaven | Nelson Mandela remains preeminent amongst revolutionary political leaders who fought against imperialism, colonialism and racism. Chengiah Ragaven reflects on the man, the leader and the legacy.
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press release
Dec 19 2013 | by Justice for Roma Refugees | Roma refugee families in Ontario hung a banner off a pedestrian bridge insisting that 'Romas are not bogus refugees.'
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rabble news
Dec 18 2013 | by Fraser McDonald | The holiday season is upon us! Hours of operations have been expanded, seasonal workers have been hired and retailers are making the big bucks. But at what cost does all this come?
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in his own words
Dec 18 2013 | by Chris Crass | Dumbledore's army was a force that could not be beaten. What made it so successful? Chris Crass looks at the value of organizations in the last installment of social justice lessons from Harry Potter.
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Opinion
Dec 18 2013 | by Faisal Moola | If the Canadian government would really like to honour Nelson Mandela's legacy then the true enfranchisement of Canada’s First Peoples would be a fitting and enduring testament.
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modest proposal
Dec 18 2013 | by Kyle Buott | This is the moment that will defeat Stephen Harper and send the Conservatives packing. Canadian labour, and its supporters, must stand up for the postal workers and demand change.
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rabble news
Dec 17 2013 | by Chanelle Gallant | December 17 mourns sex workers affected by violence and celebrates those who continue the struggle to end it. What are sex workers in local communities doing to end violence and to create justice?
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rabble news
Dec 17 2013 | by Jason Russell | The recent announcement of the Kellogg factory closure in London, Ontario has spurred on questions about Canada's deindustrialization and increasing dependance on precarious employment.
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Opinion
Dec 17 2013 | by Jonathan Cook | An opinion on the complex legacy of Nelson Mandela and the division between his actual actions and thoughts and what certain people choose to appropriate from his legacy.