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Jun 9, 2010

Review: The Muskoka Freshwater Summit

Kathy Ashby
A regional view of potable water in the land of 900 lakes is a good precursor to the Canadian Water Summit, which is being held in Toronto later in June.
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Rabble's politics of dividing the left

Rabble.ca 's politics dividing the left.

I was introduced to rabble in January by a friend.I loved reading the blogs and arcticles and I love the 'Not Rex Murphy' commentaries.

I became politically aware in high school in the 1980's at the beginning of the conservative revolution lead by then U.S. president Ronald Reagen and and British P.M. Margaret Thatcher.

I was awakened by the new breed of conservatism which practiced a neo-fascism bent on killing the left wing progressive revolution that flourished in the 60's with the civil rights movement and the 'counterculture' which gave wave to the pacifist movement of peace and love.

News
Jun 9, 2010

The bank tax and the G20 summit: An overview

Darren Puscas
Canada's opposition to a tax on banks aimed to curb financial speculation has led to a temporary victory for Prime Minister Stephen Harper. What's next for his opponents?
News
Jun 8, 2010

U.S. war resisters: Warriors with conscience

Krystalline Kraus
The power of American war resisters lies in their refusal to fight, but the Harper government wants a fight and is doing what it can to throw them out.
Photos
Jun 8, 2010
Twenty-three people -- including former Grand Marshals and  Honoured Dykes --  protested the censorship of Queers Against Israeli Apartheid, and the banning of the group from Pride 2010. Photo: John Bonnar.

Pride Toronto honourees return awards over censorship

rabble staff
Twenty-three people -- including former Grand Marshals and Honoured Dykes -- protested the censorship of Queers Against Israeli Apartheid and the banning of the group from Pride 2010.

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