Photo: flickr/ Clay Gilliland
briefly
Mar 13 2015 | by Kaitlin McNabb | Things are looking pretty good lately, right? Here's a few laughs and positive stuff anyhow.
Photo: Undergrads4Cupe
rabble news
Mar 13 2015 | by Ella Bedard | Though strikes are ongoing across the country, big shows of solidarity and some significant gains were made this week for Canadian workers!
Photo: flickr/Bob Harwig
briefly
Mar 13 2015 | by Ella Bedard | Nova Scotia's health-care unions have reached a resolution that's pleasing to all.
Photo: flickr/Ian Burt
analysis
Mar 12 2015 | by Steve Cornwell | Five responses to community, economic and environmental myths propagated by the Canadian oil industry and the Harper government.
Photo: flickr/ Paul Miller
analysis
Mar 12 2015 | by Joyce Nelson | The Harper government is catering to the fish-farm industry with its proposed regulatory changes to the Fisheries Act.
Photo: flickr/Stephen Harper
politics
Mar 11 2015 | by Paul Weinberg | Stephen Harper has described the BDS movement as the "new anti-Semitism." What does this now mean in the light of anti-terror legislation Bill C-51?
Flickr; Fight Back/La Riposte
rabble news
Mar 11 2015 | by Ella Bedard | With two-thirds of the union still on strike, it's not quite business as usual at York University.
Photo: flickr/Paul Townsend
arts/media
Mar 11 2015 | by Jen Turner | I don't think these shows are the sole cause of public support for the police state. However, we need to remain critical when we are watching TV and movies for entertainment.
Photo: flickr/Stephen Harper
politics
Mar 10 2015 | by Heather Morgan | Is it a coincidence the Harper government has brought in Bill C-51 now? No it is not. And, it further identifies that we need to get off the Harper path.
Photo: Flickr/Jay Reed
in their own words
Mar 9 2015 | by anonymous | These days, we are working hour by hour, not knowing when the store will be closed forever.
Photo: flickr/ colink.
rabble news
Mar 9 2015 | by Eric Doherty | The transit referendum in Vancouver will decide more than the city's fate -- it could be a start of a sustainable transit future in Canada. Or its demise.
"Brigette DePape" by Tomoir III - Flickr: Photo: Brigette Marcelle DePape. Licen
rabble news
Mar 9 2015 | by Ashley Splawinski | A new campaign is here to take the young people who ignored the ballot boxes last time around and transform them into voters, in time for the next federal election.
Photo: flickr/rabble.ca/John Maclennan
politics
Mar 6 2015 | by Doreen Nicoll | The UN's International Women's Day theme is 'Empowering Women, Empowering Humanity: Picture it!' In Canada that means: the wage gap, MMIW, domestic violence, unaffordable child care and more.
Photo: flickr/ Nick Harris
briefly
Mar 6 2015 | by Kaitlin McNabb | It's Friday! And I've got some good news for you.
Photo: flickr/Milan Ilnykyi
rabble news
Mar 6 2015 | by Ella Bedard | Across Canada, Toronto's university workers aren't the only ones on the picket line!
Photo: flickr/ Lydia
rabble news
Mar 5 2015 | by Faraz Vahid Shahid |, | by Marcella Jones |, | by Nikki Bozinoff |, | by Ritika Goel | Deepan Budlakoti is without health care due to his lack of citizenship and now joins the ranks of an estimated half a million people living in Canada without access to medical care.
Photo: Flickr/UK Ministry of Defence
analysis
Mar 5 2015 | by James R. Compton |, | by Paul Benedetti | There is a core contradiction at the heart of journalism. The public interest is giving way to the advancement of private interests.
Photo: Flickr/Kris Krug
rabble interview
Mar 5 2015 | by Ella Bedard | rabble.ca labour reporter Ella Bedard interviews Gil McGowan, President of the Alberta Federation of Labour, and he told her what he thought the drop in oil prices would mean for Alberta.
Image: Twitter/@CBakerCarol
rabble news
Mar 5 2015 | by Christina Turner | Since members of CUPE 3902 went on strike last Friday, there has been very little coverage in the mainstream media that accurately conveys the demands of the striking workers.
Photo: Heartwood Community Cafe facebook
arts/media
Mar 4 2015 | by Tania Ehret | The Heartwood Community Café has launched the #ourheartwood campaign to highlight digital storytelling from its community and inspire social change.
Photo: google images
in their own words
Mar 3 2015 | by various | Concerned Canadian citizens respond to Chris Alexander's recent comments about a woman's right to choose to wear a niqab or hijab during a citizenship oath.
Photo: flickr/ Natalie Lucier
rabble news
Mar 2 2015 | by Leah Fusco | A recent public forum on fracking in Newfoundland drew a full house and a discussion about the investigation of the effects of fracking in N.L. and its links to oil development.
Photo: flickr/Charlyn Wee
briefly
Mar 2 2015 | by Ella Bedard | At the last minute, TAs vote to reject a tentative agreement at the University of Toronto.
photo: flickr/oncall team
rabble news
Feb 27 2015 | by Ella Bedard | The Nova Scotia government fires its arbitrator as labour work to ensure labour rights in the face of Bill 1.
Photo: google images
briefly
Feb 27 2015 | by Kaitlin McNabb | Big wins for activists! And big laughs for everyone in this week's Feel Good Friday.
Photo: CUPE
rabble news
Feb 27 2015 | by Ella Bedard | This week in labour news: Ontario campuses and beyond!
Photo: flickr/ Adrian Lee
rabble news
Feb 27 2015 | by Sophia Banks | With support, Senator Donald Plett wants to modify Bill C-279 so trans people will not be able to access any 'sex-segregated' facility and the term 'gender identity' will be removed. Horrible.
Photo: flickr/Jen Castro
press release
Feb 26 2015 | by Legal Strategy Coalition on Violence Against Indigenous Women | An alarming study released today shows that governments in Canada have repeatedly ignored expert recommendations to stop violence against Indigenous women and girls.
Photo: flickr/ Christopher Craig
rabble news
Feb 26 2015 | by Tracy Glynn | The New Brunswick government is only extending publicly funded abortion services to the Moncton Hospital, choosing saving money over women's health.
Photo: flickr/ Machiel van Zanten
rabble interview
Feb 25 2015 | by Paul Weinberg | What is it like to be targeted by CSIS? Activist Ken Stone knows firsthand, and he's launched a formal complaint.