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rabble's end of year roundup: 2015 edition

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It has been quite a year together hasn't it?

In 2015, rabble headlines were dominated by climate change activism, the niqab controversy, immigration and refugee protests, Truth and Reconciliation critques and, oh yes, the 2015 federal election.

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12 blogs that fought back in 2015

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Our blogs section is known to fight back against the mainstream, and this year was no different. Read these great blogs.

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Read the best rabble columns of 2015

It was a great year in columns! Read some of the best of 2015 right here.

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The big 15 news stories of 2015 that will really make you think

A lot happened in 2015 (including ousting Harper!). Here are some big news stories that will keep you thinking all through 2016.

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The year that was: 15 stories from 2015

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Canada's longest-ever election campaign resulted in a Liberal majority, significant losses of NDP seats, and the Conservatives as the Official Opposition. At the same time, Alberta elected an NDP government.

In the lead-up to the aforementioned longest election campaign ever we saw what is now our former government drawing on racist rhetoric and action and fiscal showmanship in an attempt to retain power. No luck for them.

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A Canadian labour movement year in review

What were some of the biggest struggles for workers in 2015? Take a read here.

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Resolution 2016: Help new Canadians understand their role in reconciliation

Make 2016 the year of reconciliation. Read the latest in this series from Pam Palmater.

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How to end food waste through taxation

It's the time of year for giving and for overeating. Here's what our national dining table looks like.

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