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Education | Feminism | McGill's handling of sexual assault a bureaucratic nightmare | May 6 2016 | Paniz Khosroshahy | A brave McGill student has recounted the countless ways she was re-victimized by a heartless university bureaucracy and the nuts and bolts of rape culture.
Anti-Racism | Civil Liberties Watch | Environment | Feminism | Indigenous Rights | Labour | Politics in Canada | Voices-Voix is launching actions to rebuild after Harper | May 5 2016 | Join the thunderclap on May 14 to make the government take action!
Arts & Culture | Feminism | The revolution will be led by women with wooden legs | May 5 2016 | Clarissa Fortin | In Ramprend, women come of age and lose one leg to a saw. Why? Delve into Huey Helene Alcaro's dystopian world of religious fervor and gender roles run amok.
Arts & Culture | Indigenous Rights | 'Angry Inuk' doc makes case for sustainable seal hunting in Canada | May 5 2016 | Laura Brightwell | With "sealfies," humour and honesty, a Canadian documentary portrays the Inuit side of the seal hunt debate.
Arts & Culture | Feminism | This Mother's Day make the time to see 'The Apology' -- and yes, take your mother | May 5 2016 | Doreen Nicoll | 'The Apology' showcases the strength, love, beauty, power, resilience and quiet determination of women who survived a living hell on earth and triumphed despite being blamed.
Civil Liberties Watch | Indigenous Rights | Politics in Canada | People are standing up for Attawapiskat | May 5 2016 | We need to demand more and get involved if we want to see real change.
Photo: Daniel Paquet/Wikimedia Commons
Economy | Elections | Politics in Canada | Skip the rhetoric: The selective free-market principles of the Wall government | May 5 2016 | Simon Enoch | Given Premier Brad Wall's hands-off approach to the economy and the private sector, it surprised many when the government announced a $3-million subsidy to the food delivery service Skip the Dishes.
Photo: Prime Minister of Canada/flickr
Economy | Environment | Politics in Canada | 'Three Amigos' summit likely to focus on trade and climate change | May 5 2016 | Brent Patterson | The next so-called "Three Amigos" summit between North American leaders will take place in Ottawa on June 29. So what will the summit be about?
Photo credit: Jessica Pond/Jessica Saulnier- Breen
Environment | Politics in Canada | While fires burn, environmentalists remain hopeful about Trudeau's team | May 5 2016 | Karl Nerenberg | While most political leaders, excluding Elizabeth May, do not want to address the connection between the Fort McMurray fires and climate change, it doesn't seem to matter to environmentalists... yet.
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Media Matters | We're hiring! seeks B.C. Evening Editor | May 5 2016 | rabble staff | Are you a B.C. news junkie who knows the keyboard is more powerful than the sword? Do you understand the power of media in making change? You may be our next B.C. Evening Editor!
Rachel Notley, May 5, 2015
NDP | Politics in Canada | Fort Mac fire overshadows an earthshaking political anniversary -- the NDP's election one year ago today | May 5 2016 | David J. Climenhaga | Recognition of Alberta's unexpected and historically earthshaking Cinco de Mayo moment is bound to be muted today in the wake of the continuing fire catastrophe in Fort McMurray.
Photo: The All-Nite Images/flickr
Political Action | US Politics | Remembering Father Dan Berrigan, a prophet of peace | May 5 2016 | Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | Daniel Berrigan, a Catholic Jesuit priest, a protester, a poet, a dedicated uncle and brother, died last weekend at the age of 94.
Anti-Racism | Putting Black faces on our money won't paper over systemic racism | May 4 2016 | Rinaldo Walcott | Representation in its basest sense has come to stand in place for actual change when no change is happening at all.
Photo: Luca Boldrini/flickr
Arts & Culture | Technology | An elegy for computer languages past | May 4 2016 | Wayne MacPhail | A new TV show about the early days of the personal computer revolution evokes memories of Commodore 64s and the last time amateurs could bend a modern graphic user interface computer to their will.
Arts & Culture | New cheerleading doc subverts convention and celebrates failure | May 4 2016 | Laura Brightwell | A new Canadian documentary finds that, win or lose, redemption can be found in the everyday trials and joys of life.