Image: Facebook/Maryam Monsef
Liberals, Monsef make a mockery of MPs and Canadians who worked for electoral reform
Image: PMO/Adam Scotti
Trudeau's Kinder Morgan approval final, cynical betrayal to Canadians who voted for real change
Image: Facebook/Broadbent Institute
Van Jones: Canada needs to stand tall against Trump's 'whitelash' election win
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Is climate change as bad as we thought? It's worse.
Fidel Castro
Conservative fury over Trudeau's condolences for Castro smacks of hypocrisy
Photo: Janet Cooper
Interview: Justin Brake shares the story behind his reporting at Muskrat Falls and how he risked arrest
Photo: Chris Donovan
Student activists aren't just fighting climate change. They're fighting corporate university bureaucracy.
Survivors Totem Pole shines a ray of hope in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside
Survivors Totem Pole marks resilience in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside
Image: UN Women/Niels den Hollander
UNiTE to end violence against women
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Liberal ambiguity on electoral reform can't continue for much longer
Photo: Melissa A. Forcione
Solidarity with Standing Rock continues to grow in Canada as First Nations see resonances at home
Image: Ira Aldridge/Wikimedia Commons
Queen's students forced to apologize for casting Othello as a white woman still don't get it
Bill C-51 empowers the government and security establishment to violate charter rights
Bill C-51 is violating our Charter rights and Canada doesn't care
Flickr/Robert J. Galbraith
Sophie Grégoire Trudeau needs to stop talking about mental health
Photo: Marco Verch/flickr
There are lessons for Canada's elites in the U.S. election
Image: Twitter/@jordansdiamonds
How to build a better world with Donald Trump in the White House: A partial list
Systemic use of surveillance targets journalists
The tactics police use to spy on journalists were practiced on activists first
Photo: Gage Skidmore/flickr
Did Hillary Clinton even have a chance?
Toronto during the 2010 G20 Summit
Canada's legacy of anti-terror panic has come home to roost with Bill C-51
Zaatari refugee camp. Flickr/Foreign and Commonwealth Office
'This is really community building': What sponsoring a Syrian refugee family means to one Toronto parent
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Canadian post-secondary students literally going hungry for an education
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In case you missed it, Canada passed an anti-Islamophobia motion last week
Image: CPAC
Trudeau's finance minister wants private investment in infrastructure, non-committal on privatizations
Canadian banks are providing hundreds of millions in financing to the Dakota Access Pipeline
Canadian banks are helping bankroll the Dakota Access Pipeline
Photo: SriMesh/Wikimedia Commons
Dear CRA: Don't let Cameco get away with its $2.2-billion tax evasion
Photo: Courtesy Planet in Focus
David Suzuki: We've got to 'knock fossil fuels out of our economy'
Photo by Ossie Michelin
Science bears out Muskrat Falls protesters' demands. Governments should listen.
Images: Flickr/GLOBAL 2000
CETA has bigger problems than not-so-'tiny'-after-all Wallonia
Image: Ello/@MrKeating
Third hunger strike this year highlights despair of Canada's detained migrants
Walking away from electoral reform may be a fatal error for the Trudeau Government
Can Trudeau get away with killing electoral reform?
Photo of Amy Goodman by Aditya Ganapathiraju/flickr
Amy Goodman's arrest puts fierce spotlight on standoff at Standing Rock
29th Annual Federal-Provincial-Territorial Meeting of Ministers responsible for
Death of gender parity bill means Canadian women could wait until 2075 for equality in parliament
Image: PMO/Adam Scotti
One year after election, Trudeau's climate mettle no better than Harper's
Stop thinking about Donald Trump as abnormal
Sexual assault is society's norm. Stop treating Donald Trump as an anomaly.
Flickr/Kent Lins
Liberals launch public consultation on national security
University of Toronto Scarborugh campus. Flickr/Loozrboy
Despite their best protests, Canadian universities still aren't safe spaces for diverse voices
Interview: Canadian activist on the Women's Boats to Gaza demands blockade to be lifted
Women's Boats to Gaza: Interview with activist Wendy Goldsmith
Photo Vancouver International  Film Festival
'We Can't Make the Same Mistake Twice': Interview with director Alanis Obomsawin
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Canadians can be thankful for small, and probably temporary, mercies in wake of U.S. presidential debate
 After eighteen years, entire country still awaits a national housing program
Eighteen years ago, we declared homelessness a national disaster
Understanding social media algorithms can limit their power to shape thousands of lives
Social media algorithms are shaping our daily lives -- and they're not neutral
 1,500 pairs of shoes commemorate missing and murdered Indigenous women
Missing and Murdered Indigenous women vigil displays 1,500 pairs of shoes
Confronting the crisis of violence against Indigenous women and girls in Canada
Confronting the crisis of violence against Indigenous women and girls in Canada
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Toronto Pig Save 'bears witness' to animal suffering and seeks to inspire change
Image: Flickr/Peoples' Social Forum (Ben Powless)
'This is Canada's Shame': Maude Barlow and Sarah Harmer discuss Canada's impending water crisis
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Unrestrained resource extraction isn't ancient history -- it's a crime still in progress
Photo: Tim J Keegan/flickr
Scientists declare new geological epoch, the Anthropocene
Image: Flickr/Gord McKenna
'Payday loans of the mining industry' download risk to workers in one of world's most dangerous jobs
The government is listening to Canadians... in a good way! (hopefully)
Six reasons why you should participate in the national security consultation about Bill C-51
Listen: Indigenous leaders on how to protect the earth and their communities
Indigenous peoples' struggles and resistance
Fight for the electoral system you want!
Making every vote count isn't enough. We need to name what kind of electoral reform we want.
Vancouver's affordable housing crisis keeps getting worse
Fight for affordable housing in Vancouver intensifies as units sit empty
Fifth annual Downtown Eastside powwow brings Indigenous community together
Fifth annual Downtown Eastside powwow shifts focus to future generations
Big Sugar deceived us all! And they don't seem to care.
Sugar industry's massive deception proves once again the free market has no conscience
Indigenous blockage of the Dakota Access Pipeline heats up
Stupidity insurance: NEB in depth
Photo: flickr/Tom Woodward
Defending public education in Canada and throughout the Americas
Federal NDP needs to change course, and right now is the perfect time
Leadership race offers chance for NDP to remember what it stands for
Photo: flickr/Kevin Gill
'River Blue' connects consumption choices with impact
No campus is safe: A personal story on sexual assault
I became a poster child for campus rape and it still didn't bring me justice
Photo: flickr/Thomas Hawk
Fighting for free public transit in Canada's largest city
The shocking disconnect between Liberal rhetoric and action on climate
Think you know the price of oil? Think again.
Trudeau should refuse certain trade deals, not slightly revise them
Why is Trudeau following Harper's lead and giving special protections to powerful corporations?
Labour Day: Let's build a safer Canada.
Too many workers are still dying on the job. This Labour Day, let's build a safer Canada.
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B.C. Court finds RCMP organized terrorist plot
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Jerry Dias reflects on Unifor's first three years
Coulten Boushie shooting sparks racist backlash in Saskatchewan
Colten Boushie shooting in Saskatchewan fuels racist backlash
Photo credit: Giants of Africa film
Giants of Africa basketball documentary flows with feeling and fast play
Photo: Steph Wechsler
'The system isn't broken -- it was built this way!' Black Lives Matter Toronto rally on SIU's doorstep
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From Rio to Tokyo, gender discrimination in sport continues
Bank of Canada really needs some new marching orders
New thinking needed on Bank of Canada's approach to monetary policy
These 12 countries have yet to ratify the TPP. But will they?
Is the TPP falling apart? Let's take a look at where the 12 nations are at
Wynne forces privatization of Hydro One and sees major drop in support
Kathleen Wynne tried to use First Nations to silence opposition to Hydro One sell-off. She failed.
Canadian media simply has to change
The face of Canadian journalism is still white -- and it's time to push back
Here are four things you need to know about women's homelessness in Canada
Four things to know about women and homelessness in Canada
Here are (just) six myths in Canada we need to stop believing
Six pervasive myths about Canada we must stop believing
Photo: flickr/Viktor Hertz
Why I don't care about the Olympics
Mount Polley mine needs to be shutdown. Now. Here's why.
Mount Polley a 'disaster' that 'needs to be shut down' says Imperial No More activist
Elizabeth May: Greens should associate with Israel-Palestine movement with 'chance of success'
Elizabeth May: Greens should not identify with a movement 'out of our control'
Here's a quick list of everything happening at the World Social Forum
The 2016 World Social Forum begins in Montreal
Corporate control is getting worse. Here's how you can fight back!
Ears on the earth: Releasing the corporate stranglehold
Vancouver's commitment to social housing is a drop in the bucket.
Jean Swanson: Vancouver's focus on home ownership neglects plight of the homeless
Ontario's student loan system denies the people it is supposed to help
Ontario's 'benevolence with strings attached' is keeping low-income students out of university
These workers were fired after they claimed their workplace was unsafe
These workers claimed their workplace was unsafe. Then their employer fired them.
Resistance to indefinite immigration detention amps up as 18-day hunger strike ends
Immigration detainees end 18-day hunger strike
Exploitation of vulnerable workers heightend by poorly regulated employment standards
Widespread workplace violations leave workers without basic rights, report finds
Here's what the Trudeau government's national inquiry needs to address
If it doesn't tackle policing, Trudeau's national inquiry risks becoming national disgrace
Support for Black Lives Matter movement intertwined at Vancouver Dyke March
Black Lives Matter bring fight for racial justice to Vancouver Dyke March
Sexist prank reveals larger problem in Canada today
Men sexually harassing women journalists is a trend that just won't die
No sanctuary for migrants in Hamilton's sanctuary city
Hamilton's sanctuary city languishes as political will fades
Toronto Burlesque Festival shines spotlight on current issues
Toronto Burlesque Festival 'lightning rod' for political debate
It's either the oil economy or a clean economy: What's it going to be?
After the Saskatchewan oil spill, should we restrict water or oil?
Migrant hunger strike continues, concerns for health increase
Hunger strike continues as Goodale refuses to meet with immigration detainees
UBC's student society found guilty of unfair labour practices
'The typical brown paper envelope under the door': UBC's student society found guilty of unfair labour practices
It's 2016 and Canada is a long way from ending poverty
Three positive steps toward ending poverty in Canada
Celebrate rabble's 15 years with us!
Your investment in rabble
Photo: flickr/United Steelworkers
Cheri DiNovo: NDP needs to focus on principles it was founded on
Rise in genetically modified crops in Canada is cause for concern
The ABCs of genetically modified crops
Demands for federal action against Site C continue as evictions loom
Evictions loom as demands for federal action against Site C rise
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Turkey: Coup d'état
Photo: flickr/Climatalk .in
Challenging the marginalization of African refugees