arts/media
Gina Whitfield | The 27th annual Vancouver International Film Festival wrapped earlier this month. Hereâe(TM)s a compilation of reviews that focus on some of the films that had both substance and hype in this ye
politics
Duncan Cameron | The main operating assumption of the neoliberal era is now everywhere in question.
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Ben Powless | <em>Globe and Mail</em> columnist Margaret Wente provided an apology and justification for Olympic Committee member Dick Pound's assertions that "Canada was a country of savages" a few hundred years
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Bernadette L. Wagner | Some say Obama's followers are cult-like, cheerleaders for a good sales pitch. I don't think so. One hundred thousand people do not show up to a political rally for a sales pitch or cheerleading duty
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Kim Elliott | Preparations for today&#226;e(TM)s relaunch event on Media Democracy Day have been percolating for months. Now the big day is here! We welcome you to explore the beta version of the new rabble, <a hr
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Wayne MacPhail | A few months ago, in this very space, I told you I wasn&#226;e(TM)t totally sold on the idea of &#226;eoecloud computing&#226;e - the notion that we&#226;e(TM)ll all be storing our applications and
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Steve Anderson | Media Democracy Day (MDD) is a multi-city forum including panels, workshops, training sessions and speakers addressing media and communications issues.
arts/media
| This year's Media Democracy Day in Toronto will feature a series ofthematic and skill-based workshops. Topics range from media criticism andexamples of truly independent media to training sessions on
rabble interview
Ted Cooper | Writer and activist Susan Nathan recently sat down with rabbletv, where she spoke candidly about her life in Tamra, the human rights abuses she witnessed and the importance of including women in the
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Wayne MacPhail | I&#226;e(TM)m sure you have your own stories about fruitless and failed attempts to get coworkers and family members to just try, let alone adopt and embrace new technologies or social media tools. W
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Dan Kellar | On October 12, activists from AW@L, Six Nations, Guelph, London, Kitchener, Toronto, Waterloo and Hamilton blocked the Olympic &#226;eoeSpirit Train&#226;e on the tracks as it approached Toronto, by
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Ingo Schmidt | For years the business community, led by Wall Street bankers and echoed by compliant politicians, was praising economic globalization and the decreasing role of national borders. Since Wall Street is
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Ellen Gould | The Harper government is responsible for pushing the envelopeon deregulation both domestically and internationally despite cautionaryevents in the U.S. clearly indicating what could go wrong.
in their own words
Norman Matchewan | The Barri&#195;&#168;re Lake Algonquins' decision to peacefully blockade Highway 117 was not easily made. We have always preferred co-operation to confrontation. We do not wish to disrupt the lives o
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rabble staff | With only four days to go to E-Day, and heading into a long weekend, we can give thanks for Stephen Harper's tumble in the polls over the past week to 10 days. Our great team of election bloggers wil
in their own words
Doug Nesbitt | As much as I want Harper to be ousted, I cannot bring myself to supporting ABC strategic voting. This is because ABC means, for most people, voting Liberal to keep out the Tories. I don&#226;e(TM)t k
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Wayne MacPhail | All of the political parties are treating this election like any other - as a mean-spirited caravan of photo-ops, sound bites and platitudes Canadians should just politely ingest like stale bar snac
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rabble staff | When Stephen Harper made his snap election call official last Sunday, <em>rabble.ca</em> was right there ready to dissect every cynical step of the PM's campaign with the launch of our special federa

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