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opinion
Jul 14 2014 | by Michael Geist | Michael Geist comes to the defence of Canada's new anti-spam legislation. He argues in part one of this feature that spam is still a problem, and the new law will help.
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briefly
Jul 14 2014 | by Miriam Katawazi | Protesters are blocking workers from the construction site where Enbridge must complete the necessary work before the reversed Line 9 can go into operation.
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analysis
Jul 11 2014 | by various | Bill C-36 disregards sex workers' lived experiences, the Bedford decision and social science evidence and will create more harm. This is how each diverse group will be affected.
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rabble interview
Jul 11 2014 | by Steffanie Pinch | A lot has changed since 2011. Natalee Brouse attended the first SlutWalk and has been official organizer since 2012. rabble.ca's Steff Pinch spoke with her about how the SlutWalk has changed.
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briefly
Jul 11 2014 | by Kaitlin McNabb | Guess what? rabble loves you. A lot. Ask you to prom, hold a boombox above our head, kiss you on the pitcher's mound, kind of love. So here's a lovely Feel Good Friday.
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rabble news
Jul 11 2014 | by Mike Palecek | Secret documents show that, despite Harper's denials, the Conservative government's postal cuts are just much preparation for privatizing the postal service.
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rabble news
Jul 10 2014 | by Jeannine M. Pitas | Palisades Media Arts Academy was a resource for youth in Toronto's Jane and Finch community. Then funding ran out. Now youth in the community are raising money to reopen the centre.
analysis
Jul 10 2014 | by Kathleen Copps | While we celebrate the latest court victory for Omar Khadr, we need to continue to push for the lawful response of his immediate release from jail. Especially as the government threatens to appeal.
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politics
Jul 9 2014 | by Mark Dance |, | by Stephen Middleton | A lot of people don't vote. Do they have a point? Is the problem low voter turnout or is low turnout a symptom of a flawed system?
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rabble news
Jul 9 2014 | by various | There is a growing demand that Canada genuinely and fully support the search for a diplomatic solution to the Israel-Palestine conflict.
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arts/media
Jul 9 2014 | by Miriam Katawazi | Preempting Dissent is the M.O. of law enforcement in the post-9-11 age. It's also the topic of a documentary premiering tonight in Toronto. Greg Elmer talks about why he made Preempting Dissent.
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rabble news
Jul 8 2014 | by Adam Kingsmith | Thousands of people feel the fight for net neutrality is an essential struggle. However, it is obscuring the fundamental reality that the Internet hasn't been 'neutral' for years.
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rabble interview
Jul 8 2014 | by Miriam Katawazi | Rehab Nazzal's exhibit 'Invisible' focused on human rights violations in occupied Palestine. The exhibit faced opposition while on display. In this interview Nazzal reflects on the experience.
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rabble news
Jul 7 2014 | by Christina Gray | The Tsilhqot'in decision is going to change the way the courts look at Crown lands and Land Claims. In this article Christina Gray sets out what we can expect and why.
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opinion
Jul 7 2014 | by Michael Geist | While other trade agreements occupy a prominent place in the government's accomplishment list, the Trans-Pacific Partnership remains largely hidden from view. Why?
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briefly
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.
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briefly
Jul 4 2014 | by Kaitlin McNabb |, | by Meagan Perry | Ready to get your laugh on? WELL GOOD. Because it is Feel Good Friday, and we've got all the positive news and funny things you can handle.
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in their own words
Jul 4 2014 | by Eriel Deranger |, | by Melina Laboucan-Massimo | People from across Alberta, Canada and the world took part in the final tar sands healing walk this June. Five years after the first walk, two organizers reflect on what the action has accomplished.
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rabble news
Jul 4 2014 | by Miriam Katawazi | A group of men is suing a Canadian mining company, Tahoe Resources Inc., over injuries they received while protesting at a silver mine in Guatemala.
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rabble news
Jul 4 2014 | by Christine Geovanis | At the foot of BP Whiting's tar sands refinery sits the Indiana community of Marktown. It inconveniently lies directly within a potential blast zone should the plant experience a catastrophic failure.
politics
Jul 4 2014 | by Ricardo Acuña | The country is at a crossroads. With out-of-control inequality and increasing consolidation of wealth and power there is a choice to make: succumb to undemocratic government or fight back.
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briefly
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.
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briefly
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.
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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.
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briefly
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.
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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.
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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?
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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.
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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.