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New 'Best of rabble.ca' book now available

By popular demand rabble.ca has once again put together a "best of" book featuring highlights from the previous year.

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Columnists

2014's best in rabble columns

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It was a year of progressive insights and analysis from rabble.ca columnists! In 2014, our columnists spoke out about a range of issues in Canada, including labour struggles, abortion rights, climate justice, decolonization, privacy, politics and much, much more. Here, we review the year in columns and highlight some of our favourites from each month. For a complete selection of our columns, check out our columns section!

 

  • January

Thinking outside the mailbox to save Canada Post

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| October 3, 2014

Celebrating indie media and activism with Linda McQuaig

Thursday, August 21, 2014 - 5:00pm

Location

25One Community
251 Bank Street
Ottawa, ON
Canada
45° 24' 58.86" N, 75° 41' 48.9732" W

Join rabble during the People's Social Forum for a night of celebration, refreshments and important discussion with guest speaker Linda McQuaig!

We'll be at the 25OneCommunity on August 21 from 5pm-7pm. It’s the perfect chance to connect with rabble.ca contributors and leading Canadian progressives.


Best of rabble.ca 2014 Edition books will be on sale for $10 or you can download an iBook version for free from iTunes

The venue is wheelchair accessible.

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| July 1, 2014
| June 12, 2014

Best of rabble.ca 2014 launch: the year of living conciously

Saturday, June 14, 2014 - 7:00pm - 10:00pm

Location

Heartwood Community Cafe
317 E Broadway
Vancouver, BC
Canada
49° 15' 46.656" N, 123° 5' 54.8376" W

Join rabble.ca as we launch our book, Best of rabble.ca 2014 edition: The Year of Living Consciously, and as we launch our supporter drive! We will be celebrating the work of our contributors and looking back on the big social movements of the past year. Books will be for sale for $10.

The Best of rabble.ca: The Year of Living Consciously, published both in print and iBook form (available soon for free through iTunes), brings together many of our B.C. writers, including Murray Dobbin, Michelle Reid, Emma Pullman, Jason Mogus, Lucia Lorenzi, Michael Stewart, Meghan Murphy, Tania Ehret and more!

The venue is wheelchair accessible and kid friendly! Come one, come all!

2013 leaves behind some major issues to conquer in 2014

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You can change the political conversation. Chip in to rabble's donation drive today! 

Oh, 2013, you were quite a year! We saw scandal after scandal for the Conservative government, Indigenous communities and supporters fight for justice, the sad passing of legendary activists, historic rulings and not to mention a few others things.

As we say goodbye to 2013, we'd like to look back on some of our great articles as well as some of the issues we think will rise to the forefront in 2014.

 

Corruption in Canadian politics

There isn't much to say about this one -- kidding! There's a lot.

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