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Watch: Edward Snowden on cyber attacks

What's the problem with the U.S. prioritizing 'offense' over 'defense'? Edward Snowden explains.

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| January 12, 2015

In solidarity with the journalists killed in France.

Yesterday, 12 journalists were killed at the offices of satire magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris France, rabble.ca is using its front page photo space for a cartoon, with hopes for peace.

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Fracking wastewater: Who knows what it does?

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On December 10, Colchester County approved Atlantic Industrial Services' (AIS) application to dispose of 28 million litres of fracking wastewater into the Debert Sewage Treatment plant.

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rabble's end of the year roundup: 2014 edition

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It's almost the end of 2014, and it has been quite a year. 

We've assembled some of our favourite, most inspiring and powerful posts from across the site in blogs, columns, books, podcasts and news and have, ever so conveniently, rounded up those roundups right here for you.

Please enjoy rabble's best of 2014, and have a great holiday!

 

 

 

Blogging all the way through 2014: The year's best blog posts

As blogs coordinator at rabble.ca, Michael Stewart gets to read the best writing we have to offer. Here are his favourites from 2014.

 

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The best of rabble news in 2014

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This year, rabble.ca continued its work to report activist and progressive news along with misreported and underreported stories across the country.

From new discussions about sexual consent and workplace harassment, to talking about systemic racism through the tragic events that have led to the #BlackLivesMatter protests, rabble.ca has been bringing progressive news to our readership and beyond.

We've gathered together some of our most-read articles here for you. We hope that the analysis, opinions, struggles and victories you read about here are 15 articles to will inspire you for the progressive work to come in 2015:

 

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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!

 

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