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on rabble.ca

Environment | Homemade #eatlocal meals: Delicious and nutritious leek soup recipe | Sep 30 2013 | Libby Davies | Libby Davies shares her recipe for homemade leek soup made from fresh local ingredients from Vancouver's Trout Lake Farmers' Market.
Environment | The basics: What are factory farms and why are they harmful? | Sep 30 2013 | Twilight Greenaway | Twilight Greenaway breaks down what a CAFO is and it's environmental and sociological repercussions and states the onus is on the consumer to buy local, ethical meat.
Indigenous Rights | Activist Communique: Ottawa’s 3rd Annual Families of Sisters in Spirit Vigil 2013 | Sep 30 2013 | Krystalline Kraus | March starts at the Human Rights Monument on Elgin St. from there marching up the Prime Minister's Office.
Environment | Eating local and the Local Food Act: It's more than semantics | Sep 29 2013 | Abra Brynne | Food Secure Canada weighs in on how local foods should be defined and what the new parameters mean for local friendly restaurants.
Environment | Local food at the source | Sep 29 2013 | Meg Borthwick | What eating local means in rural Ontario.
Politics in Canada | Not Rex: Honour the dead, respect the living: On Harper, public servants and the terror attack in Kenya | Sep 29 2013 | Humberto DaSilva | If Harper really wants to honour and remember Annemarie Desloges, he should tell Bad Faith Tony to quit chiselling her sisters and brothers in the public service.
Anti-Racism | Indigenous Rights | Media Matters | Politics in Canada | This Week on Media Morings: Sept 28—Reconciliation Radio Special (Part 2):Karen Joseph, Glen Coulthard, Daniel Tseghay | Sep 28 2013 | This Week on Media Mornings | A weekly independent Canadian and global news hour, featuring the top headlines and commentators from the past week.
Education | Feminism | Six reasons why calls to fire David Gilmour miss the point | Sep 28 2013 | Marusya Bociurkiw | It's not just the person, it's the curriculum. And it's not just feminism! We can't talk about feminist curricula without talking about race, class and sexuality.
Politics in Canada | In their own words: John Greyson and Tarek Loubani on their arrest and detention in Egypt | Sep 28 2013 | rabble staff | The arrest stories of our Egyptian cellmates are remarkably similar to ours: Egyptians who were picked up on dark streets after the protest.
Arts & Culture | Toronto Palestine Film Festival showcases films in a climate of 'reel' danger | Sep 27 2013 | Mary-Lou Zeitoun | TPFF will provide a valuable, socially responsible Palestinian narrative while celebrating this beleaguered and unique culture, and making it fun!
Civil Liberties Watch | Supreme Court to hold secret hearing on Harkat case | Sep 27 2013 | Redeye Collective | On October 11, the judges of the Supreme Court of Canada will meet in a secret location to hear evidence against Mohamed Harkat, first arrested under a security certificate in 2002.
Economy | Labour | Politics in Canada | The Young and the Jobless: New CCPA report examines youth unemployment | Sep 27 2013 | H.G. Watson | Young people under the age of 24 who have long said that it's hard to find a job now have the proof to back their claims up.
Photo: pmwebphotos/flickr
Economy | CETA update: Harper's Mulroney moment or another false alarm? | Sep 27 2013 | Stuart Trew | Over the last few weeks, we've seen several reports of an impending conclusion to the four-year-old Canada-European Union negotiations on that thing called CETA.
Photo: BC Gov Photos/flickr
Elections | NDP | A hard choice for Nova Scotia progressives as election day looms | Sep 27 2013 | Stephen Kimber | On June 23, 2012, 50 longtime NDP activists put the issue starkly in a j'accuse letter to Premier Darrell Dexter.
Feminism | Politics in Canada | An open letter and challenge to David Gilmour (from a woman writer) | Sep 27 2013 | Anne Theriault | Thank you for being privileged enough, culturally tone-deaf enough, and even just plain stupid enough to say that you don't love women writers enough to teach their works in your class.