Jun 9
Darrell Dexter is in the spotlight today. As the results come in, it looks like the NDP has decisively won Nova Scotia's provincial election. (Photo: http://ns.ndp.ca/)
Jun 8
People from across Canada are encouraged to watch and engage with the first Open Internet Town Hall meeting, which will be live streaming today on rabbleTV at 7:30pm EST. (Image: Kirby Ferguson)
Jun 6
Indigenous peoples gathered at the 4th Indigenous Continental Summit, held in Puno, Peru, May 27-31, 2009. (Photo: Ben Powless)
Jun 4
Following on the success of the Wall Street Meltdown parodies, L. McDuff wrote Mad Avenue Blues.
Jun 3
A short documentary film produced by Min Sook Lee chronicles the struggles of municipal workers in Windsor, Ontario after they are forced to go on strike to protect benefits and pensions.
Jun 2
Hundreds came out to show their opposition to war crimes last Friday in Toronto, while others paid big money to hear Bush and Clinton. (Photo: krystalline kraus)
Jun 1
Abortion provider Dr. George Tiller was murdered at his church in Wichita, Kansas. Hundreds gathered at a vigil in Old Town Square Sunday. (Photo: Bob Weeks)
May 31
The Peel Watershed -- threatened by mining interests -- is home to the Nacho Nyak Dun, Tetlit Gwich’in Tr’ondek Hwech’in and the Vuntut Gwitch’in First Nations. (Photo: Peter Bowers, CPAWS-YT)
May 28
George W. Bush continues to evade justice and cash in on speaking fees. On Friday, his appearance with Bill Clinton in Toronto will be greeted by protest. (Image: http://nowar.ca)
May 27
Supporters of equal marriage took to the streets of over 100 cities in North America Tuesday, after the California Supreme Court upheld Prop 8. (Photo: Matt B)
May 26
'Today we are taking a stand!' This was the message Monday, as forestry workers occupied four government ministers' offices. (Photo: http://www.cep.ca/)
May 25
The Right to the City Alliance is a growing movement across North America, organizing for urban justice and democracy. (Image: http://JonathanMatas.com)
May 22
The recycling/compost/litter bin at Toronto's Union Station. What's wrong with this picture?
May 21
The four piece pop perfectors from Toronto, The Bicycles, are known for their sparkly live shows filled with catchy two minute tunes that’ll get your heart racing.
May 19
The government may still 'see no Evil,' but activists continue to work to open eyes about security certificates and secret trials.
May 17
Laura Flanders of GritTV sat down to speak with Evo Morales, Bolivia's indigenous president. (Photo: http://links.org.au/)
May 14
Another mass protest by the Tamil community and supporters Wednesday, as thousands marched past Yonge and Dundas in downtown Toronto. (Photo: Michelle Langlois)
May 13
After a screening of his new film, Fierce Light, director Velcrow Ripper discussed his work with the Globe and Mail's Liam Lacey in Toronto.
May 13
As massacres continue in Sri Lanka, Tamil civilians are being herded into detention camps. In Toronto, protests continue, and today we have live streaming coverage at rabble.ca/rabbletv.
May 12
It's election day in B.C. These housing activists would like to see Premier Gordon Campbell evicted after eight years in power. Info: http://rentersfightback.wordpress.com/. (Photo: The Blackbird)
May 11
Thousands of Tamils and their supporters blocked the Gardiner Expressway in Toronto to demand action on the humanitarian crisis in Sri Lanka. (Photo: Charlotte Ireland)
May 10
Take back the day
Inter Pares has a campaign to 'Take Back the Day' this Mother's Day. Check out their excellent video history of the day at http://www.takebacktheday.ca/.
May 8
Labour comes together
Over 1600 union activists gathered in Toronto May 7 to discuss strategies for confronting the economic crisis. (Photo: Michelle Langlois)
May 5
Demonstrators gathered at the Canadian passport Offices May 4 to demand that the Canadian government permit Abousfian Abdelrazik to return home to Canada. (Photo: Matthew Behrens)
May 3
Toronto rally for immigrant rights
The spirit of May Day was alive and well on Saturday in Toronto, as No One Is Illegal and allies rallied for immigrant rights. (Photo: Matthew Adams)
Apr 30
With the federal Liberal Party's convention underway in Vancouver, activists are mobilizing to push Ignatieff to reverse his support for the FTA with the Uribe regime in Colombia.
Apr 29
Ceremonies took place across the country on Tuesday marking the Day of Mourning for workers who died on the job in the past year. (Photo: Derek Blackadder)
Apr 28
The annual MayWorks festival is underway in Toronto, and this year it includes an exhibition by legendary poster artist Favianna Rodriguez.
Apr 27
Tuesday, April 28 is the National Day of Mourning for workers who lost their lives on the job.
Apr 25
rabble.ca's Kim Elliott and Duncan Cameron with columnist Linda McQuaig at last week's forum marking rabble's eighth birthday. (Photo: http://www2.macleans.ca/2009/04/24/eight-years-of-rabbleca/)

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