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Idle No More Kamloops in Aberdeen mall

On Dec. 30 around 11:30 a.m., a group of Indigenous people and some non-Indigenous supporters took over the area below the escalators at Aberdeen Mall in Kamloops, B.C. in an Idle No More flash mob.
Here are some of the highlights.

Video: 'Shut it down!' Activists storm Ontario's Marineland

Marineland: SHUT IT DOWN!

Hundreds of activists protested on October 7 at Marineland's last day of the season beginning with a rally featuring Ric O'Barry, former Flipper trainer turned dolphin rescuer and star of the Academy-Award winning The Cove and ex-Marineland trainer Phil Demers. Protesters then stormed Marineland and stopped the dolphin "show" -- a modern day re-enactment of the stroming of the Bastille prison in Paris in 1789.

Ric O'Barry said the protests were a "demonstration of compassion" and that he wished elected officials "would show as much compassion as the people who put them in office." O'Barry would like to see the prohibition of the use of marine mammals in so-called amusement parks.

Watch Live: CEP Convention 2012

From October 14 to 17, the Quebec City Convention Centre will be the site of four full days of debate and decision that will chart a course for the CEP union in the coming months and years. Watch live on rabbletv!

Watch live tonight: #MapleSpring tour wraps up in Vancouver with Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, Judy Rebick

Tune in live tonight at 7PM PST for the livestream of the final event of the cross-Canada tour on the Quebec student movement with Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, Ethan Cox, Cloé Zawadzki-Turcotte, and special guest moderator Judy Rebick. For event details click here.

Sisters in Spirit vigils: Michèle Audette, NWAC president

Interview on missing and murdered Aboriginal women in Canada, with the president of the Native Women's Association of Canada. Interview by Greg Macdougall for rabbletv. 


Families of Sisters in Spirit: Justice for missing and murdered Indigenous women in Canada

An interview with Bridget Tolley and Kristen Gilchrist of Families of Sisters in Spirit (FSIS). They discuss the problem, the work they do, and the annual vigils on Oct 4 and Feb 14. Interview by Greg Macdougall for rabbletv. 

Watch the video: CEP and CAW launch blueprint for a new union

On Wednesday, August 1, beginning at 10:30 AM Eastern Time, we live streamed a press conference with the CEP and CAW presenting the blueprint for a new union.


Watch live streaming video from rabbletv at livestream.com


Sasha Wiley on police repression of Vancouver casseroles protests

Sasha Wiley, a Vancouver teacher, was the first speaker at a press conference held Friday, June 29 outside the courthouse and jail at 222 Main Street. She denounced the arrests by Vancouver police of herself and more than 10 other participants in casseroles protest actions over the past two weeks. In this clip, Wiley explains that at the time of her arrest Wednesday night she was even wearing the relevant section of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms on her clothing.

Vancouver launch of 'Occupy This!' with Judy Rebick and Musqueam spokesperson Cecilia Point

On Sunday, June 17, author and activist Judy Rebick spoke at a launch of her new book, 'Occupy This!' The event was held at the W2 Media Cafe, and sponsored by rabble.ca. Judy Rebick spoke about the lessons of the Occupy movement and also about the inspiring events around Quebec's student strike and 'Maple Spring'. In addition, to open the evening, Cecilia Point of the Musqueam First Nation spoke about their local struggle to save a sacred burial ground.

Part II of this video, with the conclusion of Judy Rebick's talk and the question and discussion period, can be viewed here

Great Lakes Need Great Friends: Watch the rebroadcast of Maude Barlow's last stop on Great Lakes tour

The Great Lakes are a common heritage that belongs to the Earth, other species and future generations as well as our own. Hear how we can collectively protect them from private interests and government complacency and restore more democratic control over them. On the last stop of her eight city tour to protect the Great Lakes, The Council of Canadians' Maude Barlow is joined by Thom McClenaghan, President, Friends of the Coves Subwatershed and Patrick Donnelly, Urban Watershed Program Manager City of London. The event began with children's choir - El Sistema London.  The lecture begins at 52 minutes into the video.


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