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MP Sana Hassainia leaves NDP because of its position on the Israel-Palestine conflict

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Sana Hassainia says she will sit as an independent because she cannot stand by the NDP's position on the Israel-Palestine conflict. Join the discussion at babble.

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Watch the book trailer for 'This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate'

The new book by Naomi Klein. In stores September 16 and available for pre-order. For more information, tour dates, or to buy the book: http://thischangeseverything.org/

Forget everything you think you know about global warming. The really inconvenient truth is that it's not about carbon -- it's about capitalism. The convenient truth is that we can seize this existential crisis to transform our failed economic system and build something radically better.

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Canada, would you help the injured children of Gaza?

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Is there any hope that our Prime Minister will pause in his sideline cheer leading for Israel long enough to act constructively on behalf of Gaza's wounded children?

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Watch LIVE August 21-24! #PSF2014 Opening Ceremony, Naomi Klein and Parliament Hill rally!

rabble.ca has partnered with the Peoples Social Forum, with the support of the PSAC and CUPW, to bring you the #PSF2014 live from the Peoples' Square including Naomi Klein's address. Tune in here or below starting at noon EST. 

rabble.ca and 99%Média have also partnered to bring you coverage of a selection of workshops. See the schedule here.

Live from the People's Square on rabble.ca! Starting Thursday, August 21

Starting at 1PM: Naomi Klein

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CETA is a poison pill for our health care system

Changes to patent protection in CETA will cost our public health care system between $800 million to $1.7 billion annually.

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Want mail delivery? Get a doctor's note.

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Medical conditions of Canadian Citizens are none of Canada Post’s business! But that doesn't stop it from asking for a Dr.'s note if people request home delivery.

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Underfunding under the guise of 'affordability' in B.C.

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Affordability is becoming the new buzzword of the B.C. government. But what does affordability mean for a provincial government? And what are the consequences of not investing in education and health?

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Blockade over Red Chris mine

Photo: Annita McPhee via Twitter
The Klabona Keepers of the Tahltan First Nation have blockaded the site of the Imperial Metals' Red Chris copper and gold mine near Prince George, B.C.

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