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The persistent silence and indifference to the future of Israel

By now anyone even vaguely aware of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has heard the phrase "the new anti-Semitism."

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How to fix Canada's parliamentary democracy part two

Canada's parliamentary democracy sucks, says Rafe Mair, and here's what he's going to do about it.

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When will Trudeau overhaul Harper's 'tough-on-crime' agenda?

The newly elected Liberal government has inherited a decade of costly crime legislation and it appears as though interest in reversing these draconian laws is absent.

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Interview: Dr. Shiv Chopra talks food safety, security

rabble recently had the opportunity to speak to Dr. Shiv Chopra about food safety and security specifically the impact of trade deals and modern technology.

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Access to health care serious barrier for migrant workers, say advocates

Agricultural work is one of the most dangerous professions for migrant workers, and the increasing barrier to health care make it that much more dangerous.

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Enough is enough! River Run 2016 demands justice for Grassy Narrows

On Thursday 1000+ people rallied to support Grassy Narrows First Nation and demand Premier Kathleen Wynne clean up the water.

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Chronicle Herald bosses propose more staff cuts and salary reductions at negotiation

Well, the union said their expectations were low, and they were right.

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Mercury-contaminated waterways need to be cleaned up. Now.

Reseach shows the decades-long contamination in the waterways near Grassy Narrows First Nation can be cleaned up, but no commitment by the government has been made.

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This IMF publication just found that austerity produces undesirable consequences

Can you believe it? The very pro-austerity IMF actually said that. Here's why it matters.

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The House will vote on physician-assisted dying legislation June 6

The House is back and preparing to deal with the physician-assisted dying legislation, which the Supreme Court instructed the government to enact by June 6.

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