rabble series
Dec 8 2015 | by Christina Turner | Do you belong to a church? Then there are some very clear precedents for how to proceed if you want to implement call to action #59 in your life.
Image: Syria Film Festival facebook page
arts/media
Dec 7 2015 | by Adam Riggio | In November, the Syria Film Festival took place in Toronto driven by its humanitarian concern and justice for Syrian refugees and freedom from war, violence, and oppression.
Photo: Alyse Kotyk
rabble news
Dec 7 2015 | by Alyse Kotyk | At the 13th annual Shoe Memorial, hundreds of shoes were donated to remember women who lost their lives to violence in Canada for the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women.
Photo: flickr/Confédération des syndicats nationaux
rabble news
Dec 4 2015 | by David Gray-Donald | Nearly a year of negotiations over public employee contracts in Quebec have led nowhere. But there are small signs of movement and unions are keeping up the pressure with a big strike December 9.
Photo: flickr/ Alesa Dam
rabble news
Dec 4 2015 | by Alyse Kotyk | Leading up to the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women, three trans* women of colour share their stories of transition and experiences with violence.
Photo: flickr/ Sharon Drummond
rabble news
Dec 3 2015 | by Sally Miller | While 90 per cent of the Ontario population clusters within 100 miles of the U.S. border, there is a food and farming revolution starting and stretching into the farthest reaches of northern Ontario.
Photo: flickr/British Columbia Emergency Photography
rabble news
Dec 2 2015 | by Alyse Kotyk | B.C. becomes the second province in Canada to adopt a policy allowing transgender inmates to be placed based on identified gender, not birth sex.
Photo: flickr/ travis blanston
rabble news
Dec 2 2015 | by Alyse Kotyk | Enbridge's Northern Gateway pipeline project meets another roadblock with mandate from Prime Minister Trudeau.
rabble news
Dec 1 2015 | by Alyse Kotyk | Here's a New Year's resolution for you. Help end the overrepresentation of Indigenous youth in custody. Here's how to support the TRC's recommendation #38.
Photo: flickr/ Nicolas Raymond
rabble news
Dec 1 2015 | by Cory Collins | On Monday Nov. 30, the Liberal victory ended 12 years of PC power under four premiers in Newfoundland and Labrador. What's next for the province?
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rabble series
Nov 30 2015 | by rabble staff | Take on reconciliation as your resolution in 2016. Some of rabble's best writers are here to show you how.
Photo: TRANS*/Illumination facebook page
rabble interview
Nov 30 2015 | by Alyse Kotyk | An upcoming event and documentary open the narrative of violence to include violence against trans* women of colour.
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rabble news
Nov 27 2015 | by Greg Macdougall | On November 19, the Assembly of the First Nations of Quebec and Labrador passed a resolution brought forward by Algonquin chiefs to protect the sacred Akikodjiwan falls site on the Ottawa River.
Photo: flickr/ CGP Grey
opinion
Nov 26 2015 | by Nick Fillmore | The fossil fuel lobby has been able to insert themselves into the UN climate summit. But should they be allowed at the table if they're trying to burn it down?
photo: Billy-Jay Belcourt
in their own words
Nov 25 2015 | by Billy-Ray Belcourt | The first-ever Indigenous Rhodes Scholar responds to the misreporting in media accounts of their achievement and offers some tips to the media.
analysis
Nov 25 2015 | by Jesse McLaren | Is it possible to achieve climate justice, support Indigenous communities, welcome migrants, stop Islamophobia and defend civil liberties? It's 100 per cent possible.
rabble news
Nov 24 2015 | by Megan Devlin | Activists from Vancouver's Black community urge city council to acknowledge their past wrongdoings when the city's historic Black community was forced out by the viaducts' construction.
Photo: Government of Canada/Patricia Hajdu
rabble news
Nov 23 2015 | by Alyse Kotyk | Canadian women's rights groups address Justin Trudeau's mandate letter to the Minister of the Status of Women.
Photo: Flickr/Lue De Leeuw
briefly
Nov 23 2015 | by rabble staff | Here are some things you can do to build community between Muslims and non-Muslims across Canada.
Photo: flickr/ Alan Levine
analysis
Nov 20 2015 | by Edward C. Corrigan | After 10 years of the Harper government, it is absolutely necessary that Justin Trudeau and the Liberal government improve immigration, refugee and citizenship policy in Canada.
Photo: IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation
rabble news
Nov 20 2015 | by Alyse Kotyk | Canadian residents prepare for incoming Syrian refugees, gathering housing and resources.
Photo: flickr/ Premier ministre du Canada
rabble news
Nov 19 2015 | by Nora Loreto | It has been one month since the 2015 federal election. Now that Justin Trudeau and his Liberal government have been in power for a bit, what have they been up to?
Photo: flickr/JMacPherson
rabble news
Nov 19 2015 | by Cory Collins | Experts and the public continue to raise concerns about the law but the consultation process remains undetermined.
Photo: flickr/ Martin Schulz
opinion
Nov 18 2015 | by Azeezah Kanji | French President Francois Hollande declared the horrific events that happened in Paris an "act of war." But does that mean there was no war before Paris was attacked?
photo: flicker/Sean_Marshall
rabble news
Nov 18 2015 | by Alyse Kotyk | Residents in low-income neighbourhoods often have limited access to much-needed Internet services. One team in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside is seeking to address this issue.
Photo: flickr/ Adrian Cabrero
opinion
Nov 16 2015 | by ANTIMEDIA |, | by Claire Bernish | I mourn for Paris. I also mourn for hypocrisy. I mourn for the world.
Photo: flickr/European Council President
rabble news
Nov 16 2015 | by Stephen Price-Thomas | The G20 summit yields more hopeful results than the last six meetings. Now it's time to look for the actions that should follow.
Naomi Klein Photo by Megan Devlin
rabble news
Nov 6 2015 | by Megan Devlin | Thousands gather in Vancouver to say that Naomi Klein and her Leap Manifesto have no time to wait on the new Liberal government for climate action.
Photo: flickr/ Sara Long
opinion
Nov 5 2015 | by Daniel James Wright | Justin Trudeau and his Liberal government have been talking a lot about progressive ideas. But when Bill Morneau is the new finance minister, isn't it just the same old corporate elite in charge?
Photo: flickr/ filtran
opinion
Nov 3 2015 | by Sarah Beuhler |, | by Tristan Markle | Many say it was the NDP's principled stand on the "niqab ban" that did them in. However, it was actually their lack of a focused attack against Harper and his "fear and loathing" campaign.