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briefly
Oct 31 2015 | by Megan Devlin | Veteran MP for Vancouver East and advocate bids farewell to public life
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analysis
Oct 30 2015 | by Stuart Parker | Surely anything but first-past-the-post is better, right? Nope. We need proportional representation to truly have equal and fair voting.
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rabble news
Oct 28 2015 | by Cory Collins | Disability organizations remain concerned about existing community mailboxes' accessibility and echo CUPW's calls for a permanent end to the cuts on door-to-door delivery.
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opinion
Oct 27 2015 | by Sarah Beuhler |, | by Tristan Markle | The Liberals learned their lesson from the Bill C-51 backlash: this was a "change" election and you win by looking like the polar opposite of the incumbent.
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rabble news
Oct 27 2015 | by David Gray-Donald | With collective agreements having expired six months ago and government cuts to public services continuing, a broad resistance again tries to form in Quebec.
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opinion
Oct 23 2015 | by Sarah Beuhler |, | by Tristan Markle | How did the Liberals outmanoeuvre the NDP seems to be the biggest question these days. We attempt to answer that question in this first of a three-part series.
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analysis
Oct 23 2015 | by Dru Oja Jay | With a Liberal prime minister, it's time for progressives to make themselves heard and keep their eye on the prize.
briefly
Oct 20 2015 | by Tyson Kelsall | Liberals surge to a surprise majority, Conservatives become opposition and NDP are relegated to third-party status.
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rabble news
Oct 19 2015 | by rabble staff | As you prepare to go to the polls, maybe you want to be reminded of the other parts of the campaign? They seem so long ago, but rabble.ca has got you covered here.
rabble news
Oct 19 2015 | by Ethel Tungohan | York Centre Conservative candidate Mark Adler and Jason Kenney announced "new" changes to the Live-In Caregiver program only to regurgitate the Conservatives' broken promises.
rabble news
Oct 16 2015 | by Tyson Kelsall | Leadnow's strategic voting campaign to get rid of Harper has sparked controversy after endorsing NDP candidate Mira Oreck over Liberal Jody Wilson-Raybould.
rabble news
Oct 15 2015 | by H.G. Watson | Labour is closely watching the race in Regina-Lewvan where NDP candidate Erin Weir closely trails Conservative Trent Fraser.
rabble news
Oct 15 2015 | by H.G. Watson | Are wedge issues like the niqab controversy starting to play a role in key ridings? In Hull-Aylmer that could be the case as the Liberals and NDP battle it out.
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rabble interview
Oct 14 2015 | by Mike Barber | Frustrated about what isn't being talked about this election? Professor Bob Hackett explains why.
rabble news
Oct 14 2015 | by Cory Collins | Fomerly a strong NDP outpost, will the retirement of Yvon Godin leave the Acadie-Bathurst seat up for grabs?
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politics
Oct 14 2015 | by Laurell Ritchie | The NDP and Liberals have both promised to repeal the Conservatives' 2012 EI changes. Can they actually do it? And where do the other parties stand?
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rabble news
Oct 13 2015 | by Tania Ehret | Who is really benefiting when we speak about economic growth? David Suzuki and Peter Victor discuss economic strategies and the environmental movement at a panel in Vancouver.
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rabble news
Oct 13 2015 | by Angela Misri | Back to your polling station, not your Internet cafe. Trusting the numbers is still the biggest obstacle to iVoting at the federal level.
rabble news
Oct 12 2015 | by Tyson Kelsall | The Alberta federal NDP are poised for victory in new riding Edmonton Griesbach, which would double their seats in Alberta.
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rabble news
Oct 12 2015 | by Mick Sweetman | Printing errors on ballots are rare but voters can ask for new ballots says Elections Canada. Don't forget to check your ballot!
rabble news
Oct 9 2015 | by Cory Collins | There is a standout three-way race happening in South Shore-St. Margarets in Nova Scotia. Voter turnout was low in 2011 when the Cons edged out a win. Will that change in 2015?
rabble news
Oct 9 2015 | by H.G. Watson | In Winnipeg's Elmwood-Transcona riding, the NDP and Conservatives are in a tight race. Last election, the Cons beat the NDP by less than 1,000 votes. What will happen this time around?
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in their own words
Oct 9 2015 | by Daniel Heath Justice | Daniel Heath Justice explains why as a Canadian citizen of the Cherokee Nation he will vote in the 2015 federal election.
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rabble news
Oct 9 2015 | by Julie Devaney | On Thursday Oct. 8, women's groups and their supporters gathered outside Minister of the Status of Women Kellie Leitch's office to protest the "barbaric cultural practices" hotline.
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rabble news
Oct 9 2015 | by Aaliya Khan | At a recent debate hosted by the Canadian Council for Muslim Women, the Conservative party showed, yet again, their complete disconnect with women and the Muslim community.
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analysis
Oct 9 2015 | by Russell Diabo | Indigenous voters are watching the federal party platforms on Indigenous issues closely. No matter who wins, more action will be needed to safeguard Indigenous rights after the election is over.
rabble series
Oct 9 2015 | by Gordon Laxer | In this final instalment of exclusive excerpts from Gordon Laxer's new book After the Sands: How to survive a resource-limited future.
politics
Oct 8 2015 | by Fair Vote Canada | Will 2015 be the last first-past-the-post election in Canada? It could be. Here's how.
rabble series
Oct 8 2015 | by Gordon Laxer | In today's excerpt from Gordon Laxer's After the Sands: Pipelines were once thought of as merely ways to convey oil and natural gas. No longer. They now convey controversy.
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opinion
Oct 8 2015 | by Azeezah Kanji | The Conservative government's Bill C-24 has already been put into use with the denationalization of at least five men. Here are three problematic weaknesses with it.