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climate change
Environment | Political Action | Technology | World | What's Warming the World | Jul 8 2015 | Here is what data from NASA's Goddard Institute says in an easy to use graphic
Gaza | Politics in Canada | World | Canada's bloody political consensus on Israel and Palestine | Jul 8 2015 | David Bush | A year ago today Israel commenced Operation Protective Edge. The response from Canada's political parties was a swift and unflinching support for Israel.
LGBTIQ | Politics in Canada | Senate tramples transgender rights | Jul 8 2015 | J. Baglow | The unelected Senate deliberately allowed a transgender rights bill to die on the order paper. A momentary triumph of bigotry over human decency.
Media Matters | Technology | World | Crowd Tangle: See what is really working on Facebook | Jul 8 2015 | Great new tool to make your social media more effective
Politics in Canada | World | Will Canadian troops in Ukraine have to train radical Islamist volunteers said to be tied to ISIS? | Jul 8 2015 | David J. Climenhaga | Can the Harper Conservatives give meaningful assurances Islamist radicals with ties to ISIS won't be among the Ukrainian forces trained and equipped by Canada?
Photo: Video screenshot #journalismis
Arts & Culture | Economy | Labour | Media Matters | In the new media age, #JournalismIs... more important than ever | Jul 7 2015 | Megan Devlin | Professionals from chiropractors to accountants have ad campaigns promoting their craft, so why don't journalists?
Photo: flickr/ Kurt Bauschardt
Civil Liberties Watch | Food & Health | Politics in Canada | Why Housing First won't end homelessness | Jul 7 2015 | Helen Luu, Mary Todorow, Tracy Heffernan | Housing First as it is currently construed will not end homelessness. Canada needs to find a way to prevent and address both the "visible" homeless and the "hidden" homeless.
Photo: flickr/ Paolo Benegiamo
Economy | Political Action | World | Is Greece's 'No' vote on austerity another youth revolution? | Jul 7 2015 | Juan Cole | It is not clear what a new economy for Greece will look like. But it is clear that Greece has rejected the austerity policies of the old in favour of the new.
Image: Flickr/PMWebphotos
Elections | Politics in Canada | Stephen Harper's mean streak puts him in a league of his own | Jul 7 2015 | Gerry Caplan | Stephen Harper does not have opponents; he has enemies to mow down.
Image: video still
Elections | Political Action | Politics in Canada | Harperman: A protest song | Jul 7 2015 | rabbleTV | A protest song for the upcoming election: Harperman is written and performed by Ottawa folksinger Tony Turner, Anne Downey on upright bass, and the crowd of well-wishers.
Environment | Today's smokey skies are a consequence of inaction on climate change | Jul 7 2015 | Peter Prontzos | Remember, it was this government that decided that Canada would back out of the Kyoto Accord, which required that signatory countries make minor reductions in their release of greenhouse gases.
Photo: flickr/ Walt Stoneburner
Environment | Welcome to an extreme, warming world | Jul 7 2015 | David Suzuki | Earth is clearly experiencing more frequent extreme weather than in the past, and we can expect it to get worse as we burn more coal, oil and gas and pump more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.
Gaza | Political Action | World | Freedom Flotilla III: An interview with Bob Lovelace | Jul 7 2015 | Victoria Fenner | A conversation upon Bob Lovelace's return to Canada with rabble news intern Megan Devlin.
Indigenous Rights | Pamela Palmater to United Nations: Canada must set right its relations with Indigenous peoples | Jul 7 2015 | Pamela Palmater | Statement of Pamela Palmater to the 114th Human Rights Committee Session: Formal Briefing on Canada.
Labour | Watch: When Canadian politicians use the F-word | Jul 7 2015 | Operation Maple | The most dangerous word Canadian workers could hear is 'free trade.'