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Political Action | Politics in Canada | Technology | Watch: How much does CSEC know about your private life? | Sep 23 2014 | OpenMedia | Government spying is getting pretty ridiculous. Speak up about CSEC spying right now! Like, right now.
Photo: P M M/flickr
Politics in Canada | World | 10 lessons for Canadians from the Scottish referendum | Sep 23 2014 | Duncan Cameron | The Scottish independence referendum offered Canadians lessons on democracy and nationhood. Here are the top 10 takeaways for Canada.
Arts & Culture | Feminism | Laurie Penny, you've lost me | Sep 22 2014 | Meghan Murphy | An except from Laurie Penny's new book, "Unspeakable Things: Sex, Lies and Revolution," is not only confusing in its arguments, but vaguely attacks feminists in an ageist and sexist way.
Photo: flickr/icannphotos
Civil Liberties Watch | Politics in Canada | Tony Clement floats lies and trial balloons on Temporary Foreign Worker Program | Sep 22 2014 | Karl Flecker | Tony Clement recently tried to pass the blame on the disastrous Temporary Foreign Worker Program changes to the Liberals, forgetting that the Conservatives were responsible for most of it.
Civil Liberties Watch | Politics in Canada | Technology | Spread the word about CSEC spying on Canadians | Sep 22 2014 | rabble staff | Today we're supporting Open Media's new viral video to expose just how CSEC could be monitoring Canadians everywhere.
Civil Liberties Watch | Political Action | World | Remembering Rajani, a life of hope and courage spanning borders and generations | Sep 22 2014 | Kevin Shimmin | Rajani Thiranagama was a social justice activist, medical doctor, feminist and scholar. This month will mark the 25th anniversary of Rajani's passing.
Economy | Labour | Politics in Canada | Is Harper right? Did corporate tax cuts really pay for themselves? | Sep 22 2014 | Toby Sanger | Is it true? Have tax cuts actually led to higher revenues? Contrary to the Prime Minister's thoughts on the matter, federal corporate tax cuts have led to a significant fall in corporate tax revenues.
Photo: bambe1964/flickr
Environment | Stopping 'fibre panic' and reforming forest policy in Nova Scotia | Sep 22 2014 | Ralph Surette | Nova Scotia is in a full-fledged wood-fibre panic -- which means decades of planning driven by citizen participation can go hang, along with ecological sensitivities.
Photo: Tracey Mitchell
Environment | Political Action | On the ground at the People's Climate March | Sep 22 2014 | Tracey Mitchell | After 25 years of inaction by government and industry, it is hard for people to continue to act, to continue to believe that climate justice is possible. This weekend, that may have changed.
Photo: flickr/Garry Knight
Environment | Politics in Canada | Harper will skip UN climate meetings. Would the other parties? | Sep 22 2014 | Karl Nerenberg | The Harper regime has been openly hostile to the environment, to those who research it and to those who advocate for it. Trudeau's Liberals are gun-shy, while NDPers and Greens are more serious.
Environment | Photo essay: The People's Climate March | Sep 22 2014 | Jesse McLaren | Hundreds of thousands marched ahead of the UN Climate Summit, which takes place this week in New York City, demanding climate justice.
Photo: flickr/Climate March
Environment | Feminism | Political Action | 'Hey ho, Patriarchy has got to go!' Women for Climate Justice at the People's Climate March | Sep 22 2014 | Julie Gorecki | Women's organizations met at the People's Climate March and united under one message: "there will be no climate justice without gender justice."
Image: Flickr/European Commission DG ECHO
Food & Health | Politics in Canada | Canada and rest of the world leave Africa to tackle Ebola alone | Sep 22 2014 | Gerry Caplan | This week WHO said it needs $1 billion for its Ebola work. The Harper government just announced Canada's latest contribution to this massive emergency: $2.5 million in personal protective equipment.
Indigenous Rights | Political Action | Indigenous rights activist Chris Thunder arrested for allegedly breaching his bail conditions, seeks community support | Sep 22 2014 | Krystalline Kraus | Indigenous rights activists seem especially targeted by the police.
Indigenous Rights | Sisters in Spirit Week 2014 -- Toronto | Sep 22 2014 | Krystalline Kraus | Five days of events prior to the Sisters in Spirit Vigil on October 4.