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on rabble.ca

Anti-Racism | Arts & Culture | Media Matters | BLM tent city, music venues in London, campus radio referendum | Mar 31 2016 | GroundWire | This episode of GroundWire features stories about the Black Lives Matter tent city in Toronto, music venues in London, a referendum on campus radio station funding at Western, and more.
Anti-Racism | Media Matters | Combatting Islamophobia in the media | Mar 31 2016 | rabble staff | rabble.ca is happy to announce our public event on April 5 in Vancouver on combatting Islamophobia in media and society.
Arts & Culture | NDP | Politics in Canada | Mulcair can't outmiddle the Liberals | Mar 31 2016 | Scott Vrooman | If the NDP wants more votes, they'll need to get ahead of the leftward shift.
Arts & Culture | Environment | Politics in Canada | Our carbon deficit, and the Liberal budget's failure to address it, is the real worry | Mar 31 2016 | Scott Vrooman | Whether the Liberals realized it or not, they committed to radical action in Paris.
Arts & Culture | Indigenous Rights | The power of memory and storytelling | Mar 31 2016 | Christine Smith (McFarlane) | Author Lee Maracle shows why she is one of the greatest writers of her time with her new collection on storytelling. It (almost) left our reviewer speechless.
Photo: Sara Long/flickr
Economy | Politics in Canada | What regime change means in Budget 2016 | Mar 31 2016 | Armine Yalnizyan | The first Liberal budget in a decade is an artful document. In some ways it does signal a profound regime change; in other ways it's designed to signal there's not much to get fussed about.
Photo: Council of Canadians
Economy | Environment | Politics in Canada | Budget 2016 on pipelines, green infrastructure spending and climate | Mar 31 2016 | Andrea Harden-Donahue | Last week's budget directly mentions green infrastructure spending and the need to address climate change. But is it enough? And how exactly will the money be spent? These are key questions.
Economy | According to the Fraser Institute, minimum-wage workers are literally teenagers sitting on their parents' couch | Mar 31 2016 | Dylan Rhymer | In a classic case of projection, the Fraser Institute accuse low-income workers of caring only for money. When in fact it's the other way around.
Economy | Environment | Sugar sommeliers: How warming weather influences Ontario's maple syrup production | Mar 31 2016 | Jen Halsall | Warm winter weather has hastened the maple sugar harvest this year, and boiling operations have been well underway in most of the province. But weather isn't the only influence on syrup's flavour.
Image: Flickr/davehuehn
Elections | NDP | The NDP should play the long game with Mulcair | Mar 31 2016 | Chris Watson | NDP members from across Canada will soon gather in Edmonton and when they do, the biggest decision facing them is whether or not Tom Mulcair should continue as federal party leader.
Photo: Dave Shaver/flickr
Environment | Politics in Canada | New investments bring ray of hope for Winnipeg Transit | Mar 31 2016 | Lynne Fernandez | With the beginning of investment in maintenance trades staff and Winnipeg's bus fleet, there's reason to be cautiously optimistic that Winnipeg Transit's fortunes are slowly changing.
Environment | Politics in Canada | Bring back fish habitat protection: New report calls for changes to Fisheries Act | Mar 31 2016 | Brent Patterson | The Council of Canadians endorses the West Coast Environmental Law report calling for the changes to the Fisheries Act made under the Harper government to be immediately repealed.
Image: Flickr/bcgovphotos
Environment | Open letter to Premier Christy Clark: B.C. businesses support a stronger carbon tax | Mar 31 2016 | various | More than 130 B.C. businesses have signed the following open letter calling on the B.C. government to commit to strengthening the province's carbon tax as part of the Climate Leadership Plan.
Photo: flickr/Robert Couse-Baker
Feminism | Food & Health | P.E.I. announces it will soon provide abortion services | Mar 31 2016 | Alyse Kotyk | On Thursday afternoon, the P.E.I. government announced that it will soon provide abortion service on the Island for the first time in almost 35 years.
Feminism | Politics in Canada | US Politics | Progressives and conservatives agree: Women's politics are best expressed naked | Mar 31 2016 | Meghan Murphy | Babes For Trump offers near-nude images of women who support Donald Trump and Sluts Against Harper offered pornography in exchange for votes -- what's the difference?