A conversation with Amir Khadir of Quebec Solidaire
Amir Khadir: In conversation with Quebec Solidaire's co-spokesperson
A mass meeting of workers at the Marikana mine in South Africa.
Creation of cheap labour a means to profits: Marikana mineworkers massacre in South Africa
Another 'mega manif' took place yesterday with 100,000 people protesting.
Tens of thousands march for social justice in Montreal
Events across Canada today to remember Jack Layton
Remembering Jack Layton: A celebration of love, hope and optimism
An unidentified woman voiced her opinion at Friday's demonstration.
Three Pussy Riot members sentenced to two years behind bars
Harper failed to appear at the 2006 AIDS conference.
Harper's response to AIDS epidemic has been a tale of disappointment
Harper government covers its eyes and ears when it comes to health and the tar sands
Let's study the health impact of the tar sands too!
Ecuadoreans protest outside the UK Embassy in Quito. (Photo: Peter Boyle)
WikiLeaks' Assange in Ecuador embassy London: Seeks political asylum
KI Nation paddles to protect their watershed
KI Nation to paddle to protect their watershed
Mourners observe a moment of silence at Tuesday's homeless memorial vigil.
Homeless death toll continues to climb
Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Europe has a German problem
Activists presented Canada with the Fossil award at the Durban UN climate talks.
Passing gas: Peter Kent and Canada's bogus GHG emission targets
Babble Book Club discussion on The Wayfinders today!
Join us today at 12 p.m. PT and 3 p.m. ET for Babble Book Club's discussion of The Wayfinders!
Beautiful Trouble: Murray Dobbin reviews new book looking at creative tools for social change
Beautiful Trouble: Creative tools for social change
Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois resigns as CLASSE spokesperson
'I leave with only one regret': Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois resigns as co-spokesperson for CLASSE
Photo: Pivotlegal.org
Prisoners speak out against Harper's omnibus crime bill
A candlelight vigil was held last night for victims of the mass shooting.
Kulpreet Singh on Wisconsin shooting: We all have a responsibility to act and raise awareness
A look at Pride across Canada: Today is Vancouver's parade and celebration
The growth and spread of Pride across Canada: From protest to celebration
Tomorrow is the third annual tar sands healing walk.
Activist Communique: Tar Sands Healing Walk
The 100th nighttime protest of the Quebec student strike. (Photo: ScottMontreal)
Thousands declare 'defiance' of Charest government in the streets of Montreal as election is called
A protest this April at the BC Legislature. (Photo: jennzebel / flickr)
Canada's energy future: Wise strategy or rapacious sellout?
CEP and CAW planning a new union: Watch the livestream today
Watch the video: CEP and CAW launch blueprint for a new union
Many impacted communities testified at the People's Tribunal. (Photo: Allan Liss
People's Tribunal on mining impacts: Why we found Goldcorp guilty
On Saturday, July 28, the Counter Olympics Network (CON) held a demonstration.
Counter Olympics Network holds protest on opening weekend of London Games
Nurses keep watch for health care as premiers, prime minister meet in Halifax
Addressing health care at the Council of the Federation
Long overdue: Bring Omar Khadr home to Canada
Why is Vic Toews delaying Omar Khadr's return to Canada?
Dr. Ryan Meili on the future of medicare in Canada.
A Healthy Society: An interview with Ryan Meili
Maher Arar on myth and reality in the struggle for Syria
Myth and reality in the struggle for Syria
Activists with used crime scene tape to make a point this morning at the Interna
Harper government denounced at International AIDS Conference in Washington, DC
The front of another 'mega manif' in Montreal, Sunday, July 22. (Photo: xddorox)
Election call looms in Quebec: Can Charest pull off a fourth term?
A rally against the Enbridge pipeline, earlier this year in Vancouver. (Photo: S
B.C. Bitumen Busters! Who ya gonna call? Greg Selinger?
Election officials at the Assembly of First Nations oversaw three rounds of voting for the national chief. (Photo: Ben Powless)
Activist Communiqué: Report back from Day Two of the Assembly of First Nations - Election Day
The importance of QuAIA's win at the Toronto Pride Parade
Not Rex: Israeli apartheid and Toronto's Pride Parade
A sign at the December 4, 2010 Rally for Public Healthcare at the Alberta Legislature.(Photo:  dave.cournoyer / flickr)
National Day of Action for a 2014 Health Accord
Protest against drone attacks. (Photo:  Syracuse Peace Council / flickr)
Obama's drone attacks and Tuesday death club
Photo: Indigenous Peoples Solidarity Movement Ottawa
Activist Communiqué: Algonquins of Barriere Lake in standoff with the Sûreté du Québec to prevent logging
Photo: howlmontreal / flickr
Batten the hatches Ontario! Quebec's student movement is coming to a city near you
New 'Best of rabble.ca' book now available
Introducing the 'Best of rabble.ca 2011' book and special iPad multimedia edition!
Protesters have been demanding the expulsion of South American Silver from Bolivia. (Photo: http://www.jornadanet.com/)
Bolivian government, Indigenous communities resolve to nationalize Canadian mining company
Photo: TheFutureIsUnwritten / flickr
Death of Evidence: No science, no evidence, no truth, no democracy
#YoSoy132 and other social movements organized massive protests across Mexico this weekend.  (Photo: Latino Rebels)
#YoSoy132: Meet the new social movement shaking up Mexico's election
Bev Oda will no longer be representing Canada abroad. (Photo: http://trilbypolitics.wordpress.com/)
Defending Bev Oda - but not for the reasons you think
The Harper Vision explained: An unauthorized message
Not Rex: The Harper Vision explained
July 4, 2011. Activists on board the Tahrir, which was prevented from sailing by the Greek authorities. (Photo: Tahrir.ca)
Canadian activists file for return of boat seized by Israel
What the latest attack ads tell us about Harper's Conservatives
Risky theories… Dangerous economic experiments…. Can we afford Harper's Conservatives?
July 1: Make it a day to support independent media in Canada
Canada Day is a great time to support independent media: Join rabble today!
Dear Prime Minister Stephen Harper: Cuts to refugee health care are 'shameful'
Fifty nine cents: An open letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper
Photo: André Pichette (Quebecprotest.com)
Quebec court rejects emergency injunction against Bill 78. Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, legal experts weigh in
Photo: John Bonnar.
Mohammad Mahjoub detained without charges for 12 years under security certificate
A protest against the KeystoneXL pipeline, September 2011 on Parliament Hill. (Photo: tarsandsaction / flickr)
2015 will be too late: We need an unprecedented mass movement to really stop Harper
Ta'Kaiya Blaney singing at a rally earlier this year in Vancouver. (Photo: Forest Ethics)
'Mic check!': 11-year-old Ta'Kaiya Blaney delivers a powerful message at the UN Rio+20 Summit
Join us today for the Babble Book Club with Kevin Chong
TODAY 3pm EST/12pm PST Babble Book Club: Beauty Plus Pity by Kevin Chong
Montreal, June 22. (Photo: André Pichette)
Bombshells left and right at hearings into political corruption in Quebec
Photo: ScottMontreal / flickr
Brigette DePape: 'It's time to take the uprising in Quebec from coast to coast to coast'
People's Summit closes with march for environmental justice at Rio+20
Fossil of the Day goes to all world leaders: Activists call Rio+20 an 'epic fail' so far
Indigenous peoples met and signed the Kari-Oca 2 Declaration. (Photo: Ben Powless)
Rio+20: Indigenous peoples march to deliver Kari-Oca Declaration to world leaders
Health care workers all across Canada took action Monday in defence of refugees' access to treatment. (Photos: Jesse McLaren)
Photo essay: "Healthcare for refugees, stop the cuts now!"
Navanethem Pillay, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights. (Photo: http://researchandadvocacyunit.wordpress.com/)
UN High Commissioner for Human Rights criticizes Quebec
Photo: LeadNow / flickr
Grand Chief Stewart Phillip on Bill C-38: It's time to 'take this to the streets'
Award-winning artist Kim Crosby talks about anti-racism and SlutWalk
In Conversation with Kim Crosby on Anti-racism Praxis at Slutwalk 2012
Photo: Michael Gretton.
10 reasons to oppose the Conservatives' Bill C-38
Photo: ScottMontreal / flickr
"We can't start the revolution from Starbucks" - For Quebec, for OUR budget, join us in the streets!
Protest against Bill C-31 earlier this year at Immigration Canada offices in Vancouver. (Photo: brent_granby / flickr)
Passage of Bill C-31: A threat to refugees and 'a black eye' for Canada
Protest against Bill C-38 in Whitehorse, Yukon. (Photo: LeadNow / flickr)
10 reasons to oppose the Conservatives' Bill C-38
A 'nude protest' was held Friday in Montreal. (Photo Thien V / flickr)
Love is the movement: It starts in Quebec, but it will not end here...
Children joined the 'River Run' creative protest action at Queen's Park in Toronto Friday. (Photo: John Bonnar)
Grassy Narrows fights to regain control over their territory
Edmonton's Pride Parade. (Photo: DJorgensen / flickr)
Edmonton Pride Festival's political participants a positive sign of the times
Photo: john Bonnar.
McGuinty a 'no show' at Grassy Narrows fish fry
Photo: Not Rex screenshot
Not Rex: C-38 Special
Red is spreading out well beyond Montreal and Quebec. (Photo: howlmontreal / flickr)
Activist Communiqué: Next Casserole Night in Canada – June 6
Saturday’s Black Mark Budget protest at Kitchener-Waterloo MP Peter Braid’s office. (Photo: http://whoacanada.wordpress.com/)
Hill Dispatches: Resistance to Conservatives' omnibus budget bill grows
rabble joins in with #BlackOutSpeakOut action
Today we 'Black Out and Speak Out' for democracy and for the environment
Photo: Sandrine Bérubé
After the success of Casseroles Night in Canada: What next?
Photo:  Thoth, God of Knowledge / flickr
Maude Barlow on the Great Lakes: 'They must be protected for all time'
Photo: Sierra Club of Canada
Dutch Disease denial: Inflation, politics and tar
Livestream: Friends of Canadian Broadcasting talk about 'the CBC we want'
Watch live today! The CBC we want
Pots and pans solidarity from way up in Dawson City, Yukon. (Photo: Wanda Roe)
Casseroles Night in Canada / La soirée des casseroles au Canada
A night rally in Ottawa showed solidarity with Quebec students. (Photo: Ben Powless)
Your guide to 'Casseroles Night in Canada'
(Photo: ScottMontreal / flickr)
Your guide to 'Casseroles Night in Canada'
Roma children in Hungary. (Photo: hunglish.org)
Hill Dispatches: Media and politicians fail to investigate facts about so-called 'safe countries'
Teamsters rally on Parliament Hill today against the CP back-to-work legislation. (Photo: Karl Nerenberg / rabble.ca)
Workers get railroaded by Conservatives: Understanding the CP strike
Manifestation Casserole - St Henri (Photo: Magdalena O! / flickr)
To the streets! Montrealers tell Charest NO to Loi 78 and tuition hikes
Photo: radicalcitizenmedia.com
Council of Canadians support for legal challenges 'stirring up strife' according to Conservatives
Jean Charest's 'Special Law' in Quebec is resulting in some of the largest mass arrests in Canadian history. (Photo: ricardoara / flickr)
400,000+ in the streets? Quebec's students are winning...
One of Cape Breton's old-growth forests. (Photo: Clover_1 / flickr)
The environment is dead: Long live Mother Nature
Photo: http://www.arretezmoiquelquun.com
New poll is bad news for Charest in his battle with students
This was the view from the front of the march today in Montreal. (Photo: Justin Ling)
Quebec students are teaching us all an important lesson
Carré rouge pour l'éducation. (Photo: Photomaxmtl / flickr)
Student strike #9 -- jusqu'à la victoire
Chicago hosts NATO this weekend. (Photo: Sarah Bennet)
The whole world will be watching Chicago anti-NATO protests
Photo: (Socialist Canada, Socialist Quebec / flickr)
Quebec students say Charest's authoritarian 'special law' will fail
Mohammad Mahjoub (left) with his lawyer, Yavar Hameed, in Ottawa, May 2012. (Photo: http://www.supportmahjoub.org/)
Tortured by Mubarak, punished by Canada: Mohammad Mahjoub tells his story
This has been the scene for weeks, with police sent out against night protests. Now the Charest government has announced an emergency law against the student strike. (Photo: Hicham Souilmi / flickr)
Student strike enters dangerous phase #7
Ontario welfare workers strike for their rights
Not Rex: Ontario welfare workers - These boots were made for walking
Guy Fawkes masks, as seen here at Occupy Toronto last October, has become a familiar sight at protests the world over. (Photo: pamlau / flickr)
Activist Communiqué: Wearing a mask could soon be an illegal act during 'tumultuous demonstrations'
Pallisade Head on the North Shore of Lake Superior. (Photo: Northfielder / flickr)
Maude Barlow begins Great Lakes tour this Tuesday
Photo: vanremo / flickr
Watch the rebroadcast: End the Nakba -- sharing stories, creating resistance
All across Spain this weekend crowds marked the anniversary of the Indignados movement. (Photo: Occupy Spain)
Spain's Indignados mark anniversary with anti-austerity mobilizations
A little Mother's Day culture jamming. (Photo: http://interpares.ca)
Why we should celebrate the real origins of Mother's Day
The heirloom "Glass Gem" maize variety was recently rescued by seedsperson Greg Schoen and carefully stewarded by the Seeds Trust. (Photo: http://seedstrust.com/)
Seeds of change
Organizing for a North American Spring
99% Spring: New radical alliances for a new era