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Elections | World | Fact check: Conservatives vow sanctions will punish human rights abusers abroad | Sep 24 2015 | Nora Loreto | To mark the release of Mohamed Fahmy, the Conservative government announced that they will place sanctions on more countries, if elected.
Elections | Politics in Canada | Affordable housing for all: Let's make it an election priority | Sep 24 2015 | Celia Chandler, Pro Bono | September 23 to 30 marks Canada's "National Week of Action on Housing." If you care about the state of affordable housing in Canada, this is the time to let your political candidate know.
Elections | Politics in Canada | Tonight, follow the French-language leaders' debate at | Sep 24 2015 | rabble staff | Watching the first French-language debate? Well grab a snack and a drink and follow rabble's live coverage featuring Nora Loreto.
Credit: Project Democracy
Elections | Environment | Politics in Canada | Come clean, Ms. May: Green strategy risks electing Conservatives | Sep 24 2015 | Murray Dobbin | The Green Party is supposed to be the party responding genuinely to the enthusiasm of young people, the party of principle. In this election, it is dishing up cynicism and dirty tricks.
Elections | Latest polls, the French language debate, Mulcair on the campaign trail, and more | Sep 24 2015 | Meg Borthwick | A weekly roundup of babble election threads.
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Elections | Politics in Canada | Evidence suggests harassment robocalls in 2011 election came from Harper-friendly source | Sep 24 2015 | Michael Keefer | The harassment and misinformation robocalls from the 2011 election had a common source in Tory machinations.
Photo: Julian Ortiz/flickr
Indigenous Rights | Political Action | US Politics | Pope Francis shares message of solidarity and tolerance on U.S. visit | Sep 24 2015 | Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | Jorge Mario Bergoglio, the 78-year-old Argentinian known to the world as Pope Francis, made his first trip to the United States this week, bringing his uniquely progressive papal perspective.
Anti-Racism | Civil Liberties Watch | Education | Fighting for access to education for undocumented migrants in Montreal | Sep 23 2015 | Scott Neigh | Steve Baird talks about the Education Across Borders collective and the fight to win unimpeded access to school for undocumented migrant children.
Photo: Sarah Hassanein
Anti-Racism | Civil Liberties Watch | Elections | NDP | Politics in Canada | Muslim youth debate leaves Conservatives in the dust | Sep 23 2015 | Aaliya Khan | On Friday Sept. 18, representatives from the major parties spoke to an audience of predominantly young and Muslim individuals. What issues took centre stage during this discussion?
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Arts & Culture | Media Matters | Technology | How content blockers are the Jericho missiles of the web | Sep 23 2015 | Wayne MacPhail | New content-blocking technology in iOS 9 allows users to block ads, trackers and other pieces of code at an operating system level. With that, Apple is now the Stark Industries of web advertising.
Civil Liberties Watch | Political Action | 'Refugees Welcome' rallies expose Canada's broken immigration system | Sep 23 2015 | Lenée Son | In the wake of the Syrian refugee crisis and the death of a three-year-old Syrian-Kurdish boy Alan Kurdi, activist group No One Is Illegal is calling for a month of action.
Civil Liberties Watch | Indigenous Rights | Politics in Canada | UN report card on Canada's human rights record | Sep 23 2015 | The UN's first report card on Canada in 10 years measures whether the country has met its human rights obligations.
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Economy | Elections | Politics in Canada | Trans-Pacific Partnership: Renegotiating NAFTA by the back door | Sep 23 2015 | Jim Stanford | Trans-Pacific Partnership talks have jumped right into the deep end of NAFTA: undertaking a wholesale renegotiation of what is by far Canada's most important trade relationship. Why?
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Economy | Elections | Politics in Canada | Missing in (debate) action: Macroeconomic lessons from the Great Depression | Sep 23 2015 | Mario Seccareccia | Why is our current crop of Canadian political leaders trapped in a rhetorical box of "sound finance" that will merely guarantee our economy will remain stuck in a state of secular stagnation?
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Economy | Elections | Politics in Canada | The scary corporate tax number-generating machine | Sep 23 2015 | Hugh Mackenzie | What a surprise! The NDP makes a proposal for a very modest increase in corporate tax rates and defenders of all things corporate in Canada turn on their scary corporate tax number-generating machine.