Photo: jodigreen/ Flickr
Hockey Fans for Peace an antidote to sour Don Cherry
CRTC ruling for easing broadcast restrictions will lead to broken bones and worse.
CRTC ruling for easing broadcast restrictions will lead to broken bones and worse
Dr. Helen Caldicott barred from Port Hope
'Barred' from Port Hope: An interview with Dr. Helen Caldicott
Killing of sled dogs stun 'dog-crazed' Whistler residents
Whistler local reflects on sled dog killings
Tahrir Square, Cairo, Feb. 3, 2011. Photo: Al Jazeera English/Flickr
Not Rex: Egypt rising
Protesters in Tahrir Square, Cairo, with identification taken from a pro-Mubarak rioter which shows that person to be a member of security forces. Feb. 2, 2011. Photo: omarroberthamilton/Flickr
My mother's account of Tahrir Square attacks
Anti and pro-Mubarak protesters clash at Tahrir square, in Cairo, Egypt, 2 Feb. 2011. The square was the scene of violent clashes between opposition protesters and pro-government supporters, with dozens reported injured. Photo: Nasser Nouri/Flickr
A siren song is this Cairo freedom fire
Canadian Code Pink activists, unable to reach their peace work in Gaza, are now observing the events in Egypt. Photo: codepinkhq/Flickr
#121 - Canadian activist caught up in Egypt demonstrations
Michael Ignatieff receives the plaudits of his team at the Liberal Party Winter Caucus on Jan. 25, 2011. Photo: Michael Ignatieff/Flickr
Ignatieff's career option: Coalition or bust
NDP leader Jack Layton at a large rally to support locked-out steelworkers in Hamilton, Ont. on Saturday, Jan. 29. Photo: Jessica Rose.
A message for the pre-election NDP: Trust the people, be bold, take a risk
Spent American-made tear gas cannisters after they were fired at democracy protesters in Cairo, Jan 29. 2011.
#120 - Cairo after Mubarak's address
Photo: CBAN
An 'environmentally friendly' GM pig is not a positive innovation
Jasmine for the people.
Not Rex: Tunisia's Jasmine Revolution
An inukshuk in Nunavut. Photo: jumpyjoad/Flickr
Complicating the Arctic
Jack Layton at the anti-prorogation rally in Ottawa in Jan. 2010. Photo: John Hansen
Jack Layton celebrates eight years as NDP leader
Straying Continents by El Anatsui of Ghana, detail. The piece has been purchased by the Royal Ontario Museum.
Imagining Africa: El Anatsui brings his metal tapestries to ROM
Not Rex: On a political 'Groundhog Day'
Not Rex: On a political 'Groundhog Day'
Water droplets on leaves.
Water on the Table: A film about our most wasted resource
Secession referendum voters in Yei, Southern Sudan, go to the polling station under a mango tree. Photo: John Lewis.
Kairos observes the South Sudan referendum
A walk around refineries near Fort McMurray to heal the tar sands took place in Aug. 2010. Photo: Jason Franson.
Harper's oily case for ethical oil
Photo: Kashmera/Flickr
Understanding Stephen Harper
Not Rex: U.S. 'Steal'
Not Rex: U.S. 'Steal'
Photo: robotdot/Flickr
On the theft and appropriation of Indigenous cultures
Tommy Douglas, leader of the NDP in 1971.
Seeking the democratic socialist in Canadian political life
Photo courtesy of Sophie Harkat.
Fighting for Mohamed Harkat
A Dec. 4, 2010 solidarity demonstration for journalists and staff at Le Journal de Montreal. Photo: Ted Sprague
Le Journal de Montreal lockout two years on
The fight to save Ottawa's Beaver Pond forest from developers. Photo: www.ottawasgreatforest.com
The fight to save Ottawa's Beaver Pond forest from developers
Brazilian peacekeepers from the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) distribute water and food in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. 22/Jan/2010. Port-au-Prince, Haiti. UN Photo/Marco Dormino/Flickr
A critic of western policy in Haiti loses his OAS job
Prime Minister Stephen Harper in effigy at an anti-prorogue rally in Ottawa, Jan. 2010. Photo: Greg Pang/Flickr
Ten reasons to oppose the Harper candidate in your riding
The tar sands and the Enbridge pipeline across B.C. will be a problem for Stephen Harper in 2011. Photo: The world wants a real deal/Flickr
Harper’s pipeline nightmare
'Tis the season of lists from rabble.ca!
'Tis the season of lists from rabble.ca!
Sharon McIvor, the First Nations woman whose constitutional challenge to the Indian Act is the inspiration for Bill C-3, has filed a complaint against Canada with the United Nations Human Rights Committee.
Because 153 years of sex discrimination is enough
U.K. politician and anti-war activist George Galloway enjoyed the bracing air in Immigration Minister Jason Kenney's constituency in Calgary on Nov. 24.
What George Galloway's successful tour of Canada proved
Supporters blow on vuvuzelas during the noisy protest at the Burnaby Youth Detention Centre, where women and children have been held since arriving in Canada in August.  Photo: Isaac Oommen, Vancouver Media Co-op
International Migrants Day: None of us is free until all of us are free
The Ground-Based Electro-Optical Deep Space Surveillance System (GEODSS) facility at Diego Garcia is one of three operational sites worldwide. Photo: United States Air Force photo/Senior Master Sgt. John Rohrer/Wikipedia.
Wikileaks: Colonial limbo a deliberate attempt to keep islanders from homeland
Irish protesters march through Dublin against the deal struck between their government and the IMF and European Central Bank on Nov. 27.  To the left is the GPO -- the General Post Office -- the headquarters of 1916 uprising. Photo: lusciousblopster
From Fenians to financiers: James Connolly and the Irish meltdown
The humiliation of inequality: An interview with Richard Wilkinson.
The humiliation of inequality: An interview with Richard Wilkinson
Liberty Lost (G20, Toronto). Photo montage by Carole Conde and Karl Beveridge.
The Ontario ombudsman's G20 report confirms the denial of our civil liberties
Photo: dontcallmeikke/Flickr
Not Rex: Stupopia
Give the gift of rabble for the holidays
Give the gift of rabble for the holidays
People wear Aung San Suu Kyi masks at a U.K. protest in 2007. Photo: lewishamdreamer/Flickr
Aung San Suu Kyi's 'revolution of the spirit,' part one
#115 - CHG: Climate, Haiti, Galloway and remembering the women killed in Montreal
#115 - CHG: Climate, Haiti, Galloway
Monsters: a film that shows the American Dream sinking into archetypal psychosis
Monsters: A film that shows the American Dream sinking into archetypal psychosis
An American Chinook helicopter crewman looks out over the border region between Afghanistan and Pakistan in 2008, where the heaviest fighting occurred at that time. NATO forces have little presence in areas between major bases. Photo: Graham Lavery
Afghanistan and Canada: The 'disconnect' on both sides of the wire
Photo: Shanissinha/Flickr
Not Rex: Criminalizing people with HIV doesn't protect public health
Bashing the rainbow flag. Photo: marlith/flickr
Bashing the rainbow flag
Cop16. Photo: Friends of the Earth International
Canadian Youth Delegation daily podcast from COP16-#2
Haneen Zoabi MK. Photo: Palestine Solidarity Campaign
Haneen Zoabi in conversation
Photo: Kevin Edmonds
Haiti, the UN and cholera on election day
Watch Food Secure Canada's Biennial Assembly live!
Food Secure Canada's Biennial Assembly on rabbletv
David Diamond and two actor/audience members at work. Photo: Milan Radovanovic
Theatre for Living: Us and Them -- The Inquiry
Photo: Spacing Magazine/Flickr
The forgotten democratic vote for sustainable transit
U.K. politician George Galloway in Calgary, Alberta, Nov. 23, 2010.
George Galloway visits Jason Kenney's Calgary office
Photo: Stephen Dyrgas
Not Rex: Do Canadians have recall fever?
 A tour of Germany's cool capital contrasts the Cold War past with the corporate present.
Berlin's graffiti-art underbelly
The world wants to see her: Aung San Suu Kyi takes a visit from Norway's ambassador to Thailand on Wednesday, Nov. 17. Photo: Arne Jan Flolo/UD/Flickr
Aung San Suu Kyi is free!
The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives celebrates its 30th anniversary today with a conference featuring notable progressive activists, thinkers and organizations. Watch it live on rabbletv!
University of Toronto students watching last summer's soccer world cup. Maclean's magazine recently wrote an article critical of the number of Asian students at the university. Photo: noaman/Flickr
When Asians enroll! (And other tales from meritocracy's margins)
Photo: transnationalinstitute/flickr
Failure in waiting: Harper's hand on the China-U.S. currency dispute
Tea Party. Photo: ajagendorf25
Not Rex: Weimar Amerika!
EXCLUSIVE: Aristide on Haiti’s earthquake, cholera, the election, reparation and exile
EXCLUSIVE: Aristide on Haiti's earthquake, cholera, the election, reparation and exile
Toronto, June 27, 2010. Photo: Ariel Estulin
LIVE: G20 Public Hearing -- Montreal -- November 12, 2010
Hawksley Workman. Photo: Tom Cochrane/Flickr
G20 Telethon with Naomi Klein and Hawksley Workman. Thursday, Nov 11, 8 p.m. ET
From Congo to Guantanamo: Omar Khadr, the invisible child soldier.
From Congo to Guantanamo: Omar Khadr, the invisible child soldier
G20 Public Hearing November 10 - 12: Follow LIVE
G20 Public Hearing November 10 - 12: Follow LIVE
Independent Jewish Voices aims to raise awareness about the work of the Canadian Parliamentary Coalition to Combat Antisemitism and its attempts to silence criticism of Israel.
'The threat is from the new McCarthyism, not the new anti-Semitism'
Omar Khadr, the Canadian child soldier detained by U.S. forces in Afghanistan in July 2002, during a session of interrogation at Guantanamo Bay prison, Cuba.
Not Rex: Welcome back Khadr!
Anti-Semitism and free speech: In Parliament this weekend
Anti-Semitism and free speech: In Parliament this weekend
B.C. Premier Gordon Campbell on the radio during the 2009 B.C. election campaign. Photo: Stephen Dyrgas/Flickr
Goodbye Campbell
Ford's win opens the gates of pro-development hell
Ford's win opens the gates of pro-development hell
Photo: Am Johal
Vancouver says no to tar sands oil tankers in B.C. waters
Omar Khadr, the Canadian child soldier detained by U.S. forces in Afghanistan in July 2002, can never sue the U.S. for miscarriage of justice. This is part of a plea bargain that will see him serve eight more years in prison.
Not Rex: The Omar Khadr nightmare
A stretch of northern B.C. coastline. Photo: Brian Huntington
Oil and water cannot be allowed to mix along B.C.'s stunning coastline
Young people celebrate We Day in Vancouver on October 15. Photo Rebecca Bollwitt/Flickr
We Day: The corporate selling of progressive ethics and hope to youth
Journalist Stevie Cameron speaks to rabble.
On The Farm gives voice to Pickton's victims
Listen to the Banned is a unique collection of contemporary songs by artists from around the world who have been censored, persecuted, taken to court, imprisoned and even tortured for a very simple reason - their music.
Indie Inside: Listen to the Banned
A UN police officer points a pistol at freelance journalist Ansel Hertz during the protest in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on Oct. 15. Photo: Gaetantguevara/Flickr
UN's Haiti mission facing popular anger and protest
Not Rex: Free Hundert, bust Bubbles
Not Rex: Free Hundert, bust Bubbles
Colour of Poverty Campaign 2008. Photo: Women's Enterprise Skills Training of Windsor Inc.
Municipal Elections 2010: The Colour of Poverty in Toronto and Ontario
The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter developmental test helmet in 2007. Photo: Britain's Ministry of Defense/flickr
F-35 stealth fighters are for 'shock and awe' warfare, not Canada's needs
Chinese currency floats in a fountain in Tibet. Photo: kholkute/Flickr
The U.S. says China won't play fair with its currency market, but neither do they
Former Afghan MP Malalai Joya in 2007. Photo: AfghanKabul
Joya rejects the NATO coalition, Harper and the excuses for war
Chief Dr. Billy Diamond. Photo: Ian Diamond/www.rezmutt.ca
Billy Diamond tells his own story
Photo: D'Arcy Norman
Moving forward on municipal voting reform in Toronto
A shot of our first completed stove constructed out of ceramic bricks, mud and water. It took 3-4 hours to build. Photo: Hilary King
A young activist finds her calling
Toronto's mayoral candidates debate. Photo: SarahThomsonTO/Flikr
Not Rex: Election in Hogtown
Photo: Adam MacIsaac
G8/G20 Communique: Toronto call to action (this is what a demonstration looks like!)
James K. Galbraith
Dr. James K. Galbraith at CEP Convention 2010
Lenin's Tomb in Moscow's Red Square. Photo: Ron Verzuh
Moscow: Red souls in repose
El Salvador documentary digs into country's pain and hope.
El Salvador documentary digs into country's pain and hope
George Galloway: rabbleTV from Toronto
George Galloway speaks in Toronto
Photo: marcovdz/Flickr
Not Rex: French citizens demand a new deal
An Anishinaabe dream: Writer and activist Robert Animikii Horton. Photo: Joseph 'J.R.' Shebagegit
I Dream: An Anishinaabe dream for the future
Canadian delegation to Palestine
Canadian delegation to Palestine
Then U.K. MP George Galloway speaking to the media at Trafalgar Square, London. Photo: Tristam Sparks/Flickr
Federal Court slams government interference in Galloway ban
Security Council summit on Nuclear Non-proliferation and Disarmament, Sept. 2009. Photo: United Nations
We don't deserve a Security Council seat
July 2010: Protesting an activist's arrest for blowing bubbles during the G20 protest. Photo: Krystalline Kraus.
Not Rex: Protests and the rise of the bubble
Marc and Jodie Emery hug before Marc is taken away, Sept. 28, 2009. Photo: Dave O/Flickr
'They held Marc in solitary for three weeks': An interview with Jodie Emery
An Iraq War protest in San Fransisco in 2008. Photo: Alex Robinson/Flickr
Conscientious objectors given a lifeline by private member's bill
Abousfian Abdelrazik, a portrait, September 2010. © Darren Ell 2010/www.darrenell.com
Federal Court allows Abousfian Abdelrazik to sue foreign affairs minister