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May 25, 2016
Judy Rebick

rabble's 15-year history as a voice for new movements

Judy Rebick
rabble.ca is 15 years old this year. Founder Judy Rebick looks back at the early days of rabble and shares her views on rabble's role now and in the future to providing a voice for new movements.
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May 5, 2016
Image: nicoleleec/flickr

We're hiring! rabble.ca seeks B.C. Evening Editor

rabble staff
Are you a B.C. news junkie who knows the keyboard is more powerful than the sword? Do you understand the power of media in making change? You may be our next B.C. Evening Editor!
Blog
May 2, 2016
Photo: flickr/Michael

The Globe and Mail ignores Wente's plagiarism

John Miller
Without an investigation, the paper stands by its columnist. But shouldn't the Globe do a thorough investigation, like the other papers that have found themselves in the same position?
Blog
Apr 30, 2016

Spotlight on homeless deaths

Cathy Crowe
Naheed Dosani
Investigative journalism makes a difference in the court of public opinion and social policy.
Blog
Apr 27, 2016
Photo: RicLaf/flickr

Journalism and democracy in the Chronicle Herald strike

Andrew Biro
The Chronicle Herald strike shows how labour disputes are often about struggles over expertise and authority in the work process. And it shows the importance of responsible journalism for a democracy.
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Apr 27, 2016
Photo: flickr/Eva Blue

Free advice for Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly

Karl Nerenberg
The still-new Minister of Canadian Heritage has launched an ambitious project to rethink all federal cultural policies and institutions. The consultation process is still in its infancy.

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