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GoVote: The voter suppression antidote | Aug 28 2015 | Maya Bhullar | has lined up its most extensive and comprehensive editorial plan ever to cover the current federal election and provide you with tools and information to help take our country back!
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With Margaret Atwood farce, National Post explodes in its own face | Aug 22 2015 | J. Baglow | What lessons can we draw from the Margaret Atwood farce? Does it matter?
Committing to is a commitment to changing Canada. | Aug 21 2015 | Michelle Gregus | is hard at work creating daily election content from the progressive perspective. Who better to put things in perspective than one of rabble's longtime contributors, Amira Elghawaby:
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Code crossover: How long before the Edmonton Journal and the Edmonton Sun are merged? | Aug 21 2015 | David J. Climenhaga | Now that Edmonton Journal subscribers are being pitched the Sunday Sun, and the two papers' staffs will soon be working at the same address, amalgamation is only a matter of time.
Commit to Commit to changing Canada. #WIN2015 | Aug 19 2015 | rabble staff | Our contributors are building something priceless. Here are Trish Hennessy and Jase Tanner talking about why they commit to, and why you should get involved in #WIN2015.
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PSAC stands up for public servants, angers Sun editorialists | Aug 17 2015 | Nora Loreto | PSAC has launched one of the highest-profile election campaigns against Harper because the 170,000 government workers they represent have a lot at stake. However, the Sun doesn't see it that way.
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Celebrating the lyric craft of Newfoundland columnist Ray Guy | Aug 14 2015 | Rick Salutin | Canada's greatest columnist wasn't Canadian. He was Ray Guy and he was a Newfoundlander.
Election fatigue? We have the cure! (and no, it's not more Mike Duffy!) | Aug 14 2015 | rabble staff` | While the media elites try their hardest to ignore, suppress, and counter progressive ideas in this election you can count on rabble to call them out. We won't let Big Media gerrymander the issues.
CPAC - Canadian Public Affairs Channel | Aug 14 2015 | Getting Out the Vote in 2015
We Vote CBC | Aug 14 2015 | Getting the Vote Out in 2015 | Aug 14 2015 | Getting Out the Vote in 2015
Why you want to watch tonight's debate with rabble | Aug 6 2015 | rabble staff | Tonight is debate night. Tune in tonight at 8 p.m. EST/5 p.m. PST to follow and participate in our live coverage of the debate with freelance writer and reporter Mick Sweetman.

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