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Photo: Give 30 Campaign
Civil Liberties Watch | Economy | Food & Health | Political Action | Ramadan leads to support for food banks, with Give 30 | Jun 26 2014 | Miriam Katawazi | While preparing for Ramadan, a Toronto lawyer had an idea. Why not use the month of fasting to collect donations for food banks, and help the hungry? Give 30 was born.
Civil Liberties Watch | Jason Kenney disrupted: Full immigration status for all! | Jun 26 2014 | No One Is Illegal | Two migrant justice activists from No One Is Illegal disrupted Employment Minister Jason Kenney's press conference Wednesday afternoon demanding permanent immigration status for migrant workers.
Civil Liberties Watch | G8-G20 | New G20 detention centre footage to be released next month | Jun 26 2014 | John Bonnar | A documentary project team has allegedly obtained 30 hours of "haunting" footage from inside the G20 Eastern Avenue Detention Centre.
CommonCauses | Economy | Environment | Good News | Indigenous Rights | Politics in Canada | WIN! Supreme Court rules in favour of Tsilhqot'in title! | Jun 26 2014 | Brent Patterson | The Supreme Court of Canada grants declaration to Tsilhquot'in that they have Aboriginal title to their lands and that the BC Forestry Act does not apply over their lands.
Photo: flickr/Simon Cunningham
Economy | Occupy | Is unemployment in Canada really starting to decline? | Jun 26 2014 | Tom Malleson | The recent fall in unemployment numbers in Canada and the U.S. has been met with optimism that our economic woes are finally starting to heal. However, don't let the numbers fool you...
Environment | Widows of Chemical Valley Part 3 -- Sandra | Jun 26 2014 | Humberto DaSilva | In Sarnia ON, there are myriad stories of people dying for living. Sandra Kinart knows one of those stories. It is written on her broken heart.
Photo: flickr/Arnaud GD
Environment | Good News | Indigenous Rights | Political Action | Politics in Canada | Supreme Court decision acknowledges Aboriginal title over Tsilhqot'in First Nation land | Jun 26 2014 | Miriam Katawazi | The Tsilhqot'in First Nation won a landmark victory today. A Supreme Court of Canada decision granted the B.C. First Nation Aboriginal title over a wide area of traditional territory.
Environment | Indigenous Rights | Politics in Canada | Supreme Court has decreed that Aboriginal title may be granted to the Tsilhqot'in First Nation | Jun 26 2014 | Krystalline Kraus | Thursday's ruling will apply across the country to pockets of unceded land or unresolved treaty claims on lands occupied by First Nations groups.
Photo: flickr/Αντώνης Σαμαράς Πρωθ
Gaza | Media Matters | Politics in Canada | World | Backing Israel trumps defending Canadian democratic rights in Harperland | Jun 26 2014 | Linda McQuaig | Why is Stephen Harper's reaction to the Mohamed Fahmy verdict so lackadaisical? His government has failed one of its most basic responsibilities: defending the rights of Canadians.
Best of Rabble 2014
Good News | Media Matters | Political Action | The Year of Living Consciously -- The Best of rabble.ca 2014 | Jun 26 2014 | Victoria Fenner | Highlights from the Vancouver launch of rabble.ca's new book. This pocket-sized book has the best critical analysis and commentary from leading progressives on rabble.ca this past year.
Photo: flickr/Håkan Dahlström
Labour | Political Action | What are the next steps in the #BoycottIKEA action? | Jun 26 2014 | Doug Nesbitt | Three modest but successful info pickets marked the first coordinated action by labour activists against the IKEA. What are the next steps?
Labour | Union busting in the Philippines | Jun 26 2014 | Diana Beaumont, Jiselle Hanna | Labour news from the Asia Pacific region. Interview with Reden Alcantara, about the firing of union leaders at NXP semiconductors in the Philippines.
Photo: flickr/Gigi Ibrahim
Media Matters | US Politics | World | Why is the U.S. restoring military aid to Egypt? | Jun 26 2014 | Amy Goodman | The harsh, pretrial imprisonment, the absurd trial and the sentences for the Al Jazeera journalists have generated global outrage. But, Obama's words of support differ from his government's actions.
Jim Prentice
Politics in Canada | Front-running Alberta PC leadership candidate may have just set party vote benchmark | Jun 26 2014 | David J. Climenhaga | PC leadership front-runner Jim Prentice pleaded with supporters at his new Edmonton campaign headquarters Tuesday to help him sell 100,000 party memberships.
Politics in Canada | Technology | World | These famous Hollywood names are shining a spotlight on TPP censorship | Jun 26 2014 | Meghan Sali | Hollywood bigwigs are pushing back against the anti-democratic Trans-Pacific Partnership, calling for a boycott a Beverly Hills hotel owned by the Sultan of Brunei.