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Nov 7, 2005

First blow against the FTAA was in Quebec City

Judy Rebick (with a report by Ezequiel Adamovsky)
If, as Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said last week, "Here in Mar del Plata (Argentina), the FTAA will be buried"; then the first shovel that dug the hole for its burial went
May 15, 2001

Rabble Summary of the Summit

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News from on the ground, first-person accounts, analysis of free trade, strategies of protest and more. Includes follow-up articles on the arrests and detainment of The Germinal 5, Jaggi Singh and Ne
Jan 22, 2003

Left Out

Sabitri Ghosh
Even though millions of workers of colour want the protection unions provide, theyâe(TM)re still under-represented in labourâe(TM)s rank and file. But, failing to organize the growing &#151
Jul 15, 2003

Selling out B.C. for Olympics

Susanne Shaw
When the Gordon Campbell Liberal government came to power in B.C., the rich pocketed their tax breaks. Wages plummeted, businesses foundered, thousands lost their jobs and the province suffered a rev
Aug 22, 2007

Report back from Montebello

Kim Elliott and Libby Davies
On August 20, we were at Montebello, Quebec amidst hundreds of community, labour, student activists, and peace activists to voice our opposition to the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP), and
Aug 21, 2007

Agents provocateurs at Montebello?

rabble staff
On August 20, in the Green Zone protest outside the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) summit in Montebello, Dave Coles, the president of CEP confronted agents provacteurs.
Dec 16, 2004

Think outside the big box

Will Braun
Last Saturday I got kicked out of one mall and four big bad box stores for singing Christmas carols.
Nov 19, 2007

Court challenge to torture in Afghanistan

Stefan Christoff
Human rights organizations in Canada, including Amnesty International (AI), have sued the government in the context of widespread media reports that prisoners captured by Canadian forces were facing
Jun 9, 2008

Federal Health Minister gets dose of Insite

Libby Davies
No matter where Tony Clement turns, or what he reads, Insite is there. It's been a top news story all over the country, and new Insite supporters are announcing themselves every day.
Oct 1, 2008

'Heaven' was their word for Canada

Michael Byers
In a 1967 CBC radio address, Martin Luther King, Jr. chronicled the history of slavery and the underground railroad, the path by which fugitive slaves found freedom to the north.


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