Jun 25
Watch Live Now: Shout Out for Global Justice!
Exclusive livestream -- Council of Canadians Shout Out for Global Justice! Click on rabbletv.
Jun 25
Police and security oversee Thursday's march for indigenous rights. Photo: John Maclennan.
John Bonnar's audio blog of Thursday's march for indigenous rights.
Jun 24
Massey Hall, the scene for Shout Out for Global Justice! on June 25. Photo: Carleen Pickard/Council of Canadians
The Council for Canadians brings together world leaders in social justice and the environment for Shout Out for Global Justice! Join us at Massey Hall Friday or watch exclusive livestream on rabble.
Jun 23
Robert Lovelace
Professor Robert Lovelace addressing an audience at the People's Summit in Toronto. (Photo: Kristen Hanson)
Jun 22
Toronto G20 security
Toronto prepares for G20 lockdown‎. Photo: Kristen Hanson
Jun 21
Ruth Scalplock, a 66-year-old residential school survivor, came from Alberta's Siksika Nation to Winnipeg to attend the opening of the Truth and Reconciliation Hearings. 'I want to support the survivors,' she says.  Photo: Kaj Hasselriis.
Many travelled hundreds of miles to take part in the five-day Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Winnipeg, but only about 10 per cent made official statements about the abuse they suffered.
Jun 19
Five of the hundreds of police charged with G20 Summit security check in at Toronto’s downtown Delta Chelsea Hotel. Meanwhile, The People's Summit takes place this weekend. Photo: Kristen Hanson
Five of the hundreds of police charged with G20 Summit security check in at Toronto’s downtown Delta Chelsea Hotel. Meanwhile, The People's Summit takes place this weekend. Photo: Kristen Hanson
Jun 17
This Magazine & rabble.ca co-host a panel discussion on the G8/G20’s agenda on global maternal health. Journalist Antonia Zerbisias reflects on Prime Minister Harper's attack on women and feminism.
Jun 16
Tonight!
Jun 15
Indigenous challenges to RBC's tar sands policy, Toronto. March 4, 2010 Photo: Rainforest Action Network
'Indigenize' describes an understanding of the process of changing our thinking and relationships to acknowledge our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual inter-connectedness.
Jun 14
Filmmaker Claudia Medina on 'Life After Growth'
The filmmaker talks about the state of the world economy and the value of the movement towards de-growth in the world.
Jun 11
Lalo Espejo in this week's Not Rex Murphy video commentary.
Not Rex: Stephen Harper, Asbestos and Opus Dei
Lalo Espejo in this week's Not Rex Murphy video commentary.
Jun 10
The Dartmouth, N.S., singer-songwriter Ruth Minnikin has a new album, Depend On This.
The Dartmouth, N.S., singer-songwriter has a new album, Depend On This.
Jun 9
On board the Mavi Marmara as it was under attack: An Israeli commando soldier is panicked, but being treated for injuries after being captured by peace activists. Photo: Kevin Neish.
On board the Mavi Marmara as it was under attack.
Jun 8
Twenty-three people -- including former Grand Marshals and  Honoured Dykes --  protested the censorship of Queers Against Israeli Apartheid, and the banning of the group from Pride 2010. Photo: John Bonnar.
Pride Toronto honourees return awards over censorship
Twenty-three people -- including former Grand Marshals and Honoured Dykes -- protested the censorship of Queers Against Israeli Apartheid and the banning of the group from Pride 2010.
Jun 7
Humberto Humberto Da Silva on Stephen Harper and his buddy Benjamin Netanyahu.
Humberto Da Silva on Stephen Harper, his buddy Benjamin Netanyahu, and their lost photo op -- thanks to Israeli commandos killing of nine peace activists in international waters.
Jun 4
Stefan Christoff. Photo: Valerian Mazataud -- www.focuszero.com.
CSIS has paid five visits to friends of this Montreal human rights supporter. Now he and Freda Guttman, another Montreal activist who received an unwelcome CSIS visit, want the public to know.
Jun 3
The MV Rachel Corrie, which left Ireland last month with aid and relief supplies, is due to arrive in Gaza early next week.
The MV Rachel Corrie, which left Ireland last month with aid and relief supplies, is due to arrive in Gaza early next week.
Jun 2
The AMUN Marchers reached Ottawa after a month-long protest march. This photo is from earlier in the march. Left to right: Viviane Michel, Danielle Guay, Sharon McIvor, Michele Audette.
The AMUN Marchers reached Ottawa on June 1, after a month-long, 300-mile walk against Bill C-3, while three B.C. First nations groups show concern that inequality will remain.
May 31
Vancouver Island peace activist Kevin Neish, missing after the attack on the Gaza aid flotilla, spoke to rabble.ca on May 28 about why he put himself at risk.
Vancouver Island peace activist Kevin Neish is alive and detained by Israel. He is expected to be deported soon, according to his daughter. Neish spoke to rabble.ca on May 28.
May 28
Not Rex's Humberto: Tax the bastards!
'Politicians all profess to want to hear it from the kitchen table. Well here it is.'
May 26
Over 100 protesters showed up at a Toronto Pride press conference Tuesday to voice their displeasure after the Board of Directors voted last week to forbid the use of the term ‘Israeli Apartheid’ at this year’s Pride Parade.
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May 25
Photo: Stefan Christoff
Hope is growing amongst the poorest communities.
May 24
A contemplative Emery spoke earlier this year about his extradition and five-year prison sentence.
A contemplative Emery spoke earlier this year about his extradition and five-year prison sentence.
May 20
Sharon McIvor wants MPs to vote against the upcoming Bill C-3, Gender Equity in Indian Registration Act.
Sharon McIvor, who has fought for the rights of aboriginal women for 20 years, wants MPs to vote against the upcoming Bill C-3, Gender Equity in Indian Registration Act.
May 19
Listen to supporters of the No Bill 94 campaign speak out against the proposed ban of the niqab by the Quebec government.
Against the proposed ban of the niqab by the Quebec government.
May 17
Not Rex's Humberto DaSilva is at it again, this time slamming the Conservatives' stance on abortion.
Humberto DaSilva is at it again, slamming the Conservatives' stance on abortion.
May 13
The NDP leader talks to rabble.ca.
May 12
A flashmob infiltrates the Westin St. Francis hotel in San Francisco.
A flashmob infiltrates the Westin St. Francis hotel in San Francisco and performs an adaptation of Lady Gaga's song 'Bad Romance.' Why? Because of a boycott....
May 11
Protesters clash with riot police during a demonstration in Athens, Greece, 1 May 2010. Greece has vowed to tackle the debt crisis that has shaken the entire European Union and put the euro currency under pressure. Photo: EPA/Orestis Panagiotou
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