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year in review
Dec 24 2015 | by rabble staff | What had rabble's attention this year? Here's a look at the best of the best from all our sections and more.
rabble news
Dec 23 2015 | by Meg Borthwick | On Monday morning three women were arrested in Sarnia for using the manual shutoff valve to shut down the controversial Enbridge Line 9 pipeline.
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year in review
Dec 22 2015 | by Victoria Fenner | The rabble podcast network celebrated its 10th year in 2015. Here are 10 podcasts to keep you going until our 11th year begins.
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in their own words
Dec 21 2015 | by Lauren Corman | The holidays are, for many, a season full of gatherings replete with meaty meals. Here, a long-time vegan talks about bringing politics to the holidays without being an ass.
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year in review
Dec 21 2015 | by rabble staff | It's the end of 2015, and it was quite a year! We take a look back at the year that was and some of our best articles.
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rabble news
Dec 18 2015 | by Jeannine M. Pitas | After a year and a half of struggle, former Palisades Media Arts Academy workers are celebrating a victory over anti-union tactics. However, the win is bittersweet.
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rabble news
Dec 17 2015 | by Cory Collins | As Canada's privacy commissioner calls for "complete and exhaustive" debate, labour leaders worry that changes could be "cosmetic" in absence of a Royal Commission.
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analysis
Dec 17 2015 | by Nick Fillmore | Despite hopeful words reported at COP21, global warming is still a very real concern.
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rabble news
Dec 16 2015 | by Cory Collins | Holly Woodlawn, an actress known for her work with Andy Warhol and her status as a pioneer of trans visibility, died last Sunday, December 6 after a battle with cancer. She was 69.
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rabble series
Dec 16 2015 | by Pamela Palmater | Here's a new year's resolution for you: Change the information kit for newcomers to Canada -- advocate for adding information about Indigenous peoples and treaties to the kit.
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rabble news
Dec 16 2015 | by Alyse Kotyk | Canada tosses out millions of meals worth of food annually while many go hungry. A new proposal aims to help alleviate both food wasting and food insecurity.
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analysis
Dec 16 2015 | by Ry Moran | The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada tabled their final report yesterday in Ottawa. What are the implications for the country and where do we go from here?
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briefly
Dec 16 2015 | by Alyse Kotyk | Artist and researcher Rehab Nazzal was shot in the leg last week while photographing protests in Israel.
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rabble series
Dec 15 2015 | by Christina Gray | Are you a coach, athlete or sports fan? Then this week's edition of reconciliation resolution is for you.
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analysis
Dec 15 2015 | by Maisaa Youssef | The federal government's decision to screen out young Syrian men is faulty on multiple counts. As a strategy to keep terrorists out it is ineffective and unsubstantiated.
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analysis
Dec 15 2015 | by Billy-Ray Belcourt | Reconciliation can be your something, but it can't be our everything. This world isn't for us anymore, and Indigenous peoples are building ones that can hold all of us.
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analysis
Dec 14 2015 | by Paul Weinberg | What will Canada's foreign policy, specifically on Israel and Palestine, look like under the Liberal government with Stéphane Dion and Roland Paris advising Trudeau?
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rabble news
Dec 11 2015 | by Alyse Kotyk | There are plenty of ways to gift to your loved ones without being crushed by consumerism. Consider some of these thoughtful, progressive gift options this holiday season.
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rabble news
Dec 11 2015 | by Alyse Kotyk | Residents of Shawnigan Lake, B.C. are appealing to the federal government to overturn a permit that allows dumping of contaminated soils uphill from their watershed.
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rabble news
Dec 10 2015 | by Ethel Tungohan | The Liberal government has modified its initial promise to accept 25,000 government-sponsored Syrian refugees by the end of 2015. Though the scope of the initiative is laudable, it raises questions.
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in their own words
Dec 10 2015 | by Sofia Ali-Khan | As Islamophobia in the United States rises, a letter penned by an American Muslim to non-Muslim allies who want to help but aren't sure how.
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rabble news
Dec 10 2015 | by David Gray-Donald | Shutting down services by withholding labour and taking to the streets, public service workers in Quebec aimed to send a message to their government over stalled contract negotiations.
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in their own words
Dec 10 2015 | by Tony Belcourt | Bill 153 was just rushed through the Ontario legislature, and many people are not too pleased.
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analysis
Dec 9 2015 | by Alyse Kotyk | With climate talks well underway at COP21, where do the provinces stand on climate change and what are their strategies moving ahead?
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rabble interview
Dec 8 2015 | by Muna Mire | Muna Mire spoke with student organizers at the University of Guelph who have been at the centre of the Canadian #BlackOnCampus movement to find out what the fight looks like on Canadian campuses.
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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.