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Environment | B.C. NDP's new policy on LNG is a game changer | Apr 12 2016 | Rafe Mair | Has the B.C. NDP now pushed the Greens out the environmental field entirely? Rafe Mair thinks so.
Environment | Ambitious project connects youth with nature | Apr 12 2016 | Redeye Collective | In January, the Vancouver parks department cleared a large area of blackberry in Strathcona Community Garden. The plan is to restore the site to a natural habitat for indigenous wildlife.
Photo: Chris Ford/flickr
Environment | Food & Health | Nature calms the brain and heals the body | Apr 12 2016 | David Suzuki | Spending time in nature regularly is not a panacea for mental health but it’s an essential component of health and psychological resilience.
Image: Flickr/David Wilson
Labour | Ontario needs a bold new steel strategy | Apr 12 2016 | Carter Vance | The steel industry should not simply be left twisting in the global winds while unfairly subsidized competitors continue to erode natural advantages.
Photo: United Steelworkers/flickr
NDP | Politics in Canada | The way ahead for the NDP | Apr 12 2016 | Duncan Cameron | Three challenges await the NDP membership: animating riding associations, renewing party policy, and restructuring the party. It's time to replace trickle-down politics with democratic party politics.
Anti-Racism | Feminism | Media Matters | Combating Islamophobia in Media | Apr 11 2016 | Victoria Fenner | A presentation by rabble at the Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House in Vancouver about how Islamophobia has permeated the news cycle and how we can move forward.
Refugee children
Anti-Racism | Civil Liberties Watch | Education | Political Action | World | 26,000 Syrian refugees have now arrived in Canada. | Apr 11 2016 | Maya Bhullar | Now what? How are we addressing their needs? The Activist Toolkit interviews people on the frontlines.
Esther Meek on Knowledge, Philosophy and Wisdom
Arts & Culture | Esther Meek on knowledge, philosophy and wisdom | Apr 11 2016 | Face2Face | Esther talks about her love for knowledge, philosophy and wisdom, defective approaches to knowing, and why she is concerned about others as a philosopher.
Arts & Culture | Indie Inside: LAL | Apr 11 2016 | rabble staff | Take a look at LAL, whose latest album, Find Safety, is the result of three years of studio work, offering a compellingly danceable and provocative political statement all at once.
Rules Are For The Poor… Suckers!
Economy | Environment | World | Rules are for the poor… suckers! | Apr 11 2016 | Daryn Caister | The Panama Papers scandal is all over the news, but what are the implications for the environment, and possibly more importantly why does no one seem surprised?
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Education | B.C. government's education grant is just more smoke and mirrors | Apr 11 2016 | Sarah Miller | While the B.C. government spends untold amounts on advertising the $1,200 education grant, our public schools face another year of devestating cuts and closures.
Image: Twitter/Joshua Bernson
Elections | NDP | Political Action | Politics in Canada | Thomas Mulcair will be stepping down as leader. What next? | Apr 11 2016 | What we know about next steps and how to get involved in rebuilding the party.
Photo: flickr/Matt Jiggins
Elections | NDP | Politics in Canada | Mulcair's out. How did it happen and what's next? | Apr 11 2016 | Karl Nerenberg | When the NDP chose Tom Mulcair in 2012 it was mostly because he looked like a seasoned pro who knew how to win. When he did not deliver victory, or something close, his days were inevitably numbered.
Environment | NDP | Organizers 'heartened' by NDP's adopted Leap Manifesto resolution | Apr 11 2016 | various | The organizers of the Leap Manifesto have issued a statement in the wake of the weekend's NDP convention in Edmonton, but remind us the Leap is a non-partisan project.
Environment | NDP | Politics in Canada | Clean drinking water is more important than dirty oil | Apr 11 2016 | Adam Scott | The Energy East pipeline would threaten the drinking water of more than 5 million Canadians.