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Feminism | Indigenous Rights | Politics in Canada | Chiefs of Ontario launch 'Who Is She' campaign to end violence against Indigenous women | Sep 29 2015 | Brent Patterson | Chiefs of Ontario have launched the Who Is She campaign, a fundraising effort aimed at creating a First Nations-led, community-driven process to eradicate violence against Indigenous women and girls.
Photo: Keoni Cabral/flickr
Food & Health | Politics in Canada | Canadians don't want a wealth system. They want a health system. | Sep 29 2015 | Pete Hudson | The debate around the private financing of Canada's health-care system has recently been revived as one of a series of video shorts on human rights in Winnipeg's Canadian Museum of Human Rights.
Photo: Andrea Vail/flickr
Labour | Politics in Canada | The curious contract of Nova Scotia political adviser Bernie Miller | Sep 29 2015 | Stephen Kimber | As a matter of public policy, we need to ask serious questions about McNeil's deal with Bernard F. Miller Services, the company that provides the services of its sole employee to the government.
Vladimir Putin
Politics in Canada | Russian boots on Syrian ground create new reality for Canadian leaders, whether they discuss it or not | Sep 29 2015 | David J. Climenhaga | So, are our leaders willing to work with Russia and Iran toward the goal of eliminating ISIS? We couldn't know from anything that was said last night.
Taking in the Los Filos mine, Guerrero, Mexico. Photo: Cristian Leyva.
Civil Liberties Watch | Elections | Environment | World | Too much to ask? Put mining justice on the foreign policy leaders' debate | Sep 28 2015 | Jen Moore | The central role of the Canadian mining industry in the abuse, dispossession, and forced displacement of many thousands of people around the world deserves serious debate.
Civil Liberties Watch | Elections | Stephen Harper knee-qabs the opposition | Sep 28 2015 | J. Baglow | It doesn't take much to awaken Canada's dark side.
Photo: flickr/Stephen Harper
Economy | Elections | Politics in Canada | US Politics | Harper's trade disaster: Democracy insurance for foreign companies | Sep 28 2015 | Gus Van Harten | With the flurry of new treaties like TPP, CETA and FIPA, the Harper government will expand Canada's exposure to investor-state arbitration from about 50 per cent to 85 per cent. Great...
Photo: flickr/ SumOfUs
Economy | Elections | Politics in Canada | US Politics | Ten ways the TPP gives too much power to foreign investors | Sep 28 2015 | Gus Van Harten | The power imbalance between Canada and foreign investors is a political choice. Here are 10 ways the TPP gives power to foreign companies.
Elections | Politics in Canada | World | Follow the Munk debate on Canada's foreign policy right here on rabble | Sep 28 2015 | rabble staff | Tonight follow rabble's live coverage of the Munk debate on foreign policy which includes rabble staff live-tweeting, instant analysis and of course babble.
Elections | Politics in Canada | An ode to citizens who can't vote | Sep 28 2015 | Krystalline Kraus | I guess the fewer voters, or at least the fewer undesirable voters, the more likely Stephen Harper will win.
25th Annual Feb 14th Women’s Memorial March, Vancouver
Elections | Feminism | Indigenous Rights | Fact check: Harper's 'human trafficking' plan will do nothing to curb violence against women | Sep 28 2015 | Nora Loreto | How much of Harper's rhetoric around human trafficking is actually related to wanting to help victims?
Environment | Feminism | Indigenous Rights | GroundWire | September 28, 2015: Gendered violence, Manitoba interlake struggle | Sep 28 2015 | GroundWire | This episode features stories on the Manitoba interlake struggle, Mountain Caribou penning projects, and U of T feminists' rally for safe workplaces.
Feminism | Food & Health | World | Tell El Salvador and Ireland that she is #notacriminal. | Sep 28 2015 | Doreen Nicoll | Every woman and girl has the right to make decisions regarding her body, health, education, sexuality and reproductive life without fear of coercion, criminalization or discrimination.
Food & Health | Politics in Canada | World | Canada: A human rights violator | Sep 28 2015 | Bonnie Burstow | Every single mental health law in Canada constitutes a human right by UN standards. Correspondingly, not only are we not correcting the problem, we are ever increasing the degree of the violation.
Labour | World | Corruption and popular protests in Malaysia | Sep 28 2015 | Piergiorgio Moro | Anti-government mobilizations in Malaysia and labour updates from the Asia Pacific region.