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Labour | Media Matters | Journalists continue to face death, imprisonment for reporting the news | Apr 10 2014 | Amy Goodman | Neither death nor imprisonment should be the punishment for journalists doing their job. Since 1992, the Committee to Protect Journalists reports, there have been 1,054 journalists killed worldwide.
Labour | Media Matters | Politics in Canada | CBC cuts: 657 jobs, $130 million | Apr 10 2014 | H.G. Watson | Today, CBC announced they will be cutting 657 jobs over two years, halting planned regional expansions and reducing services in other areas in order to cut $130 million.
Politics in Canada | Remembering former Finance Minister Jim Flaherty | Apr 10 2014 | Karl Nerenberg | Jim Flaherty, Canada's former Finance Minister has died at 64. He resigned from Cabinet less than a month ago. In this post, Karl Nerenberg looks back at Jim Flaherty's political legacy.
Photo: flickr/Stephen Harper
Politics in Canada | Jim Flaherty has died at 64 | Apr 10 2014 | rabble staff | Former Finance Minister Jim Flaherty is dead at 64. Early reports are suggesting the cause was a heart attack.
Politics in Canada | Not Rex: From mining gold to growing green | Apr 10 2014 | Humberto DaSilva | Free the weed! Stephen Harper is corporatizing medical marijuana while demonizing Justin Trudeau for recreational use. Where's the beef?
Anti-Racism | Being Chinese in Quebec | Apr 9 2014 | Scott Neigh | Parker Mah talks about "Being Chinese in Quebec," a documentary film about how young Chinese Quebeckers experience identity, community, race and the place they call home.
Arts & Culture | Dinner with Goebbels: Come out to a new and original political theatre production | Apr 9 2014 | Tania Ehret | Come out to dine with some of the fathers of propaganda and stop history in its tracks.
Civil Liberties Watch | Homelessness claims two more lives in Toronto | Apr 9 2014 | John Bonnar | He had a big heart, cared deeply about his friends and had a great sense of humour. And he was only 35 years old when he died.
Photo: Mikey G Ottawa/flickr
Economy | Politics in Canada | The three key moments in Canada's neoliberal transformation | Apr 9 2014 | Jim Stanford | The last three decades have witnessed a far-reaching neoliberal transformation of the Canadian economy, politics and culture that has been dramatic, thorough and socially destructive.
Source: Author’s calculations drawing on data from Citizenship and Immigration C
Economy | Labour | Help wanted: Ontario's temporary foreign workers and the need for answers | Apr 9 2014 | Kaylie Tiessen | Ontario's labour market has gone through a dramatic change since the turn of the century. The use of temporary foreign workers in the province is no exception.
Image: United Steelworker
Economy | Labour | Political Action | Three reasons 120 striking Toronto workers are making global waves | Apr 9 2014 | H.G. Watson | Why is the Crown Holdings strike so important? Here's a great explainer of the international and local repercussions on the labour movement.
Economy | Feminism | From he-cession to precarious she-covery: How systemic problems keep women's wages low | Apr 9 2014 | Angella MacEwen | On #EqualPayDay2014, we need to recognize the gross unfairness of women's wages and call for pay equity legislation and living wages to address increasing inequality.
Environment | Energy East pipeline consultations in Stittsville focus on climate change and oil spills | Apr 9 2014 | Andrea Harden-Donahue | Drawing well over 150 people, the Energy East consultation in Stittsville this week was a boisterous event with a clear majority questioning the project.
Environment | Politics in Canada | Toronto City Council pushes back against Big Oil and Line 9 | Apr 9 2014 | John Riddell | The Toronto City Council struck a blow to the NEB-approved project Line 9B when they voted in favour of asking Ontario to conduct a comprehensive environmental assessment.
Feminism | Video: Law Union of Ontario 'A Sex Worker Perspective' | Apr 9 2014 | rabble staff | The Law Union of Ontario held a panel discussion "A Sex Worker Perspective" to discuss the future of sex work legislation in Canada.