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Interview: Amanda Zifcik from the Refugee Action Collective

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Interview with Amanda Zifcik from the Refugee Action Collective about the Let Them Stay campaign.

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Many reasons to reject TPP, several reasons to fear it

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The Trans-Pacific Partnership has many reasons why Canada should reject it. Here is the real poison pill we should all fear.

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| March 31, 2016

LISTEN: Supreme Court challenge to Line 9 pipeline by First Nation

Scott Neigh speaks with Myeengun Henry, a band councillor for Chippewas of the Thames First Nation in southern Ontario, about his Nation's legal challenge to the Line 9 pipeline.

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Proportional representation is the change in system Canada needs

Canada needs to change its electoral system now. But what is the best way forward? rabble.ca thinks it's proportional representation and here's why.

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Divest McGill stages sit-in at principal's office to demand divestment from fossil fuels

Divest McGill is calling for action on fossil fuel divestment and has occupied the principal's office and is camping out in front of the adminstration building.

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Right-wing voices call for austerity after $30-billion deficit announced

The Liberals' budget last week has received much criticism -- especially from right-wing voices in Canadian media.

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Proportional representation is the only way to make every vote count

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During the 2015 federal election campaign, Justin Trudeau promised that this election would be the last conducted under the first-past-the-post (FPTP) voting system.

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The mysterious disappearance of Canada's aerial insect eaters

Forty years ago, swallows were a common sight in the summer. Now, these birds have seemingly disappeared from midair.

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Survivors and allies gather together in the wake of the Ghomeshi verdict

On Thursday evening in Toronto, allies and survivors gathered together to show support and speak out after the Ghomeshi verdict.

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