Jun 9
Canada's parliamentary democracy sucks, says Rafe Mair, and here's what he's going to do about it.
Jun 8
The newly elected Liberal government has inherited a decade of costly crime legislation and it appears as though interest in reversing these draconian laws is absent.
Jun 7
rabble recently had the opportunity to speak to Dr. Shiv Chopra about food safety and security specifically the impact of trade deals and modern technology.
Jun 6
Agricultural work is one of the most dangerous professions for migrant workers, and the increasing barrier to health care make it that much more dangerous.
Jun 3
On Thursday 1000+ people rallied to support Grassy Narrows First Nation and demand Premier Kathleen Wynne clean up the water.
Jun 2
Well, the union said their expectations were low, and they were right.
Jun 1
Reseach shows the decades-long contamination in the waterways near Grassy Narrows First Nation can be cleaned up, but no commitment by the government has been made.
May 31
Can you believe it? The very pro-austerity IMF actually said that. Here's why it matters.
May 31
The House is back and preparing to deal with the physician-assisted dying legislation, which the Supreme Court instructed the government to enact by June 6.
May 30
One might ask why Christy Clark donated $150,000 to a federally funded school. All you have to do is follow the (non-existent) paper trail.
May 27
The Liberals and Conservatives are holding overlapping party conventions. What can we expect from each one? Read here.
May 27
The Liberals promised to invest $50 million per year to support Indigenous post-secondary students. Instead, they've decided to invest no new funding.
May 26
Photo: twitter/@KevinShimmin
Homes not Bombs staged several actions protesting CANSEC 2016 and Canada's involvement in the global arms trade.
May 26
As several countries are inundated by the effects of climate change, there remains an urgent need to discuss the causes and solutions.
May 25
Many health experts are citing flaws in Health Canada's approval of abortion drug Mifepristone that could affect access.
May 24
Qualifying for employment insurance based on your postal code is not working. Carleton University economist Frances Woolley discusses why with rabble labour reporter Teuila Fuatai.
May 23
Photo by Ion Etxebarria
The majority of co-ops are face expiring operating agreements. Once the funding runs dry, more than 50,000 Canadians will face a housing crisis.
May 20
Image: Flickr/Joka Madruga
Amidst a dire economic situation and Rousseff's suspension in Brazil, Venezuela declares a state of emergency and accuses the U.S. of a coup plot.
May 19
Canada apologizes for Komagata Maru tragedy 102 years too late
At long last, a formal apology is being delivered in the House of Commons for Canada's racist behaviour in its shameful treatment of Sikh passengers aboard the Komagata Maru.
May 18
Photo: Lenée Son
Cicely-Belle Blain shares Black Lives Matter-Vancouver's goals and visions, the history of slavery, and why women are at the forefront of social movements.
May 17
Photo: Pierre Prakash, EU/ECHO/flickr
Canadians, via their governments, are increasingly giving up control of seed stock to multinational conglomerates.
May 16
Hundreds of climate activists fight by land and sea to break free from fossil fu
Over 800 Canadians, organized by Greenpeace and 350.org, took action outside a Kinder Morgan facility in Burnaby, B.C. as part of the international Break Free from Fossil Fuel movement.
May 13
The federal review of Canada Post is underway and primarily focusing on reviving home delivery. But what about if it included the prospect of home delivery?
May 12
Photo: flickr/Premier of Alberta
Humberto "Not Rex" DaSilva delivers an elegy for Fort Mac and urges us to think about why this disaster really happened.
May 11
Here is a breakdown of what two models of proportional representation could look like in Canada.
May 10
Photo by Ion Extebarria, from Solidarity Across Borders Facebook Page, with perm
Montreal group Solidarity Across Borders occupied the Montreal CBSA office on May 3 and continues to demonstrate to demand status for all people.
May 9
Photo: flickr/Lenee Son
Black Lives Matter organizer Janaya Khan speaks about activism infrastructure, the difference between the movements in the U.S. and Canada and how to effect change.
May 6
Photo: Facebook/Jessica Saulnier- Breen
There has been a lot of discussion about suburban sprawl and post-disaster planning in Fort McMurray. However, that planning is for the future.
May 6
Photo: flickr/Lenee Son
Black Lives Matter organizer Janaya Khan speaks about activism infrastructure, the difference between the movements in the U.S. and Canada and how to effect change.
May 5
Will Trudeau be implementing his reforms for Bill C-51 or was that just another broken promise.

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