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rabble news
Dec 2 2014 | by E.K. Hudson | For the first time, the federal government has come down on an Alberta employer for misusing the Temporary Foreign Worker Program. But who does this ban actually affect?
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analysis
Dec 2 2014 | by Ferrukh Faruqui | With the violence in Ottawa and Quebec, the discussion of youth radicalization has come back into the forefront. What are the root causes and what are the solutions?
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Dec 1 2014 | by Ethel Tungohan | Immigration Minister Chris Alexander's changes to the Live-In Caregivers Program will harm caregivers. So, several groups have united in opposition to the changes to show a united front.
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Dec 1 2014 | by Francella Fiallos | On Saturday November 29, thousands took to the streets in Montreal and Quebec City to protest the provincial government's austerity agenda.
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rabble news
Nov 28 2014 | by Denise Denning | Let's get one thing straight: If Bill C-2 is passed it will only present new barriers to health care for people with addictions.
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rabble news
Nov 28 2014 | by Ella Bedard | The ride-sharing app lowers consumers' costs, but makes it all but impossible for taxi drivers to make a living.
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Nov 28 2014 | by Ella Bedard | B.C. union members have voted Irene Lanzinger as the new B.C. Federation of Labour president.
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rabble news
Nov 28 2014 | by Tracy Glynn | Newly elected Liberal Premier Brian Gallant has announced the removal of certain barriers to abortion in New Brunswick. While this is great news, there is still a lot of work to be done.
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Nov 28 2014 | by Kaitlin McNabb | Been a long week for you? Here's a list of things that have been making the rabble staff laugh and feel good this week!
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analysis
Nov 27 2014 | by Rinaldo Walcott | In the wake of Ferguson the insistence that "Black Lives Matter" is the desire to draw attention to the very conditions that seek to make black life an impossible life in North America.
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rabble news
Nov 26 2014 | by Christina Gray | Protests against Kinder Morgan's pipeline continue on Burnaby Mountain. Here are some of the NEB and court decisions that have sparked the resistance, starting in December of 2013.
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rabble series
Nov 26 2014 | by Justin W.C. Kong | From precarious existence to organized resistance: My life as a temp agency worker at Rogers.
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analysis
Nov 26 2014 | by Elene Lam | The criticism of Bill C-36 has been well documented. And, we need to continue to examine its effects especially on racialized and migrant sex workers.
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rabble news
Nov 25 2014 | by Marcelle Kosman | Alberta's underfunding of midwifery services forces the majority of low-risk pregnancies into the hospital system. As a result, maternity care is in crisis province-wide.
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Nov 25 2014 | by Francella Fiallos | Across Canada people are showing solidarity with the people of Ferguson, Missouri. There are vigils and protests decrying police brutality, and racism. Here is a list of protests across the country.
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in their own words
Nov 25 2014 | by Mary Ann Davis | Mary Ann spoke out on twitter about her experience with sexual assault using the hashtag #BeenRapedNeverReported. Here is her story.
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rabble news
Nov 24 2014 | by Liisa Schofield | Tomorrow is the International Day to Eliminate Violence Against Women. If you're wondering why you should support feminist action on this issue, here are some good reasons.
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modest proposal
Nov 24 2014 | by Andrea Palframan | From Haida Gwaii to Nelson, Kitsilano to Kitgaatla, B.C.'s creative, tough, and committed culture is coming out in full force to fight Enbridge.
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rabble news
Nov 24 2014 | by Kei Baritugo | Resistance against Kinder Morgan's work on Burnaby Mountain continues today. Weekend protests led to more than 50 arrests. rabble.ca reports.
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rabble news
Nov 21 2014 | by Ella Bedard | Creating a workplace culture to reduce harassment is not easy but some organizations are tackling the problem.
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Nov 21 2014 | by Kaitlin McNabb | It's Friday. I'm excited for a weekend full of Harry Potter. But, here's a few things that have been making the rabble staff laugh throughout the week!
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opinion
Nov 20 2014 | by Stephen Price-Thomas | Will the impact of decisions made by G20 leaders last weekend be transitory?
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rabble news
Nov 20 2014 | by Ella Bedard | The Canadian Federation of Students say that politicians are willing to pay lip service to student issues, but offer little more than that.
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rabble news
Nov 20 2014 | by Jennifer Mills | Will divestment from fossil fuels in Canada stop extreme resource extraction? Maybe not, but it's a step and an important part of the change!
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rabble news
Nov 20 2014 | by Paul Weinberg | There has been a deluge of construction projects of homes in and around East Jerusalem. Is this in order to maintain a geographic stranglehold on a united Jerusalem as capital of the Jewish state?
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rabble news
Nov 19 2014 | by Wayne Roberts | 500 food advocates gathered in Halifax to talk about what the food movement has achieved and what their powerhouse can accomplish next.
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opinion
Nov 19 2014 | by Steve Price-Thomas | G20 leaders who met last weekend in Brisbane need to focus on the issues that matter for the millions of people trapped in poverty in order to beat the Ebola crisis.
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Nov 19 2014 | by Ella Bedard | After weeks in mediation, a settlement could not be reached between Nova Scotia's four health-care unions and acute care employers.
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analysis
Nov 17 2014 | by Ashley Splawinski | The fight for what's better for Canadian families continues. Will it be Harper's "family-focused" tax cuts or can the NDP sway people with their childcare plan?
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Nov 16 2014 | by Cathryn Atkinson | Gregor Robertson retakes mayor's chair for the third time in Vancouver despite himself, Meena Wong third.