Nov 9
The first hurdle's been cleared -- but the fight's not over. Check out www.rabble.ca/issues/healthcareUSA
Nov 7
Bay Area organizer and artist Favianna Rodriguez is among the speakers at Media Democracy Day in Vancouver (Image: http://www.favianna.com/).
Nov 6
Students across Ontario held a spirited day of action Nov. 5 to protest high tuition fees. (Photo: John Bonnar)
Nov 4
Dragon Fli Empire is on the rise. The Calgary based duo, comprised of Cosm (DJ, producer) and Teekay (emcee, producer) have quickly become one of the city's more popular groups.
Nov 3
A multi-media piece about child soldiers called Strange News made its Canadian debut last week, and featured actor Arthur Kisenyi, who travelled from Uganda to perform.
Nov 2
The Simon Bolivar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela took Toronto by storm last week. The founder, Jose Antonio Abreu, was in town to accept the $50,000 Glenn Gould Prize.
Oct 30
The official number of missing and murdered Indigenous women in Canada since 1980 is 521. Jillian Kestler-D'Amours profiles the ordeal of one family from Kahnawake.
Oct 29
Fox News is on a witch hunt. They've already succeeded in pushing Van Jones out of the White House and badgered Congress into passing an unconstitutional bill to defund ACORN.
Oct 28
Today's New York Times reports that Wali Karzai, the Afghan president's brother, has been paid by the CIA for years. Wali is the 'Al Capone of Kandahar,' and has been linked to the drug trade.
Oct 27
One hundred protesters 'die' in the lobby of RBC branch near Parliament Hill, killed by the harmful effects of the tar sands including water contamination, poor air quality, and climate change.
Oct 26
Riot police in Montreal kept war criminal George W. Bush safe from protesters outside.
Oct 23
This Saturday, Oct. 24, the world will unite in action against climate change, aiming to get atmospheric concentrations of CO2 back under 350 parts per million.
Oct 22
Margaret Atwood makes an appearance in NOW Magazine: The Movie, celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Toronto publication. This week rabbletv brings you Episode 2 of the mockumentary.
Oct 21
At age eight, Singaporean-born Masia One spent her Chinese New Year money on a bootleg tape of Public Enemy. A year later she moved to Canada and this week the hip hop artist is featured on rabbletv.
Oct 20
Writer and political satirist Lalo Espejo with comedic songs by composer and improvisor Patrick Pennefather, offer insight into the culture-cide that the B.C. government is serving its citizens.
Oct 19
The Greenpeace Change Caravan on the outskirts of Bangkok, before the recently completed climate negotiations. Canada once again played an obstructionist, negative role. (Photo: Greenpeace)
Oct 16
The good jobs for all march in Toronto this June. Despite new job growth numbers, the OECD is predicting that our current unemployment rate of 8.4 per cent will rise to over 10 per cent by next year.
Oct 15
Lt. Dan Choi has become a vocal opponent of 'Don't ask, don't tell,' having spoken before tens of thousands of LGBT people and their allies at last Sunday's National Equality March in Washington, D.C.
Oct 14
The Raging Grannies perform before speeches by filmmaker Paul Manly and NDP trade critic Peter Julian, at a special public screening of the new feature documentary "You, Me and the SPP" in Ottawa.
Oct 12
One strength of the documentary H2Oil is its focus on the indigenous people downstream from the tar sands. A screening of the film will be followed by a panel discussion at the VIFF Monday.
Oct 8
Sophie and Mohamed Harket can celebrate having his conditions eased. Monia Mazigh -- who fought for justice for her husband, Maher Arar -- wonders if the end is in sight for security certificates.
Oct 7
Stephen Harper sang the Beatles, but has he really changed his tune at all?
Oct 6
The latest from Indie Inside: Grand Analog is a raw collective of seasoned record collectors, musicians and self described beat junkies.
Oct 5
This week marks eight years since the launching of the war in Afghanistan. Over the weekend, it was reported that Canadian troops killed two teenagers in the Panjwai district.
Oct 2
Rather than spending the rest of his days behind bars for war crimes in Iraq, Tony Blair could become president of the EU. The former UK PM visits Surrey, B.C. this weekend.
Sep 30
The SPP appears dead for now, but similar toxic corporate and government machinations continue. Join rabble.ca in Ottawa this Thursday for the premiere of a new documentary on the SPP.
Sep 29
With Stephen Harper asleep at the switch heading into the Copenhagen Summit in December, activists in Canada joined thousands around the world in a "wake-up call" on climate change.
Sep 28
Michael Moore's new film, Capitalism: A Love Story, opens this weekend in Canada. He recently took his message to a labour rally at the New York Stock Exchange.
Sep 25
The G8 and G20 are coming to Canada in 2010. This week, protesters at the G20 in Pittsburgh faced down a heavy police presence. (Photo: The Mad Poet)
Sep 24
Supporters of deposed Honduran president Manuel Zelaya gathered outside the Brazilian consulate in Toronto Wednesday demanding his return to power. (Photo: John Bonnar)

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