Welcome to the Lynn Williams Activist Toolkit, an exciting new project of rabble.ca currently in Beta. The Toolkit is a wiki-style section of the rabble site devoted to content collaboration. It contains a growing number of encyclopedic resources that you can write. The Toolkit is named after activist, organizer, and labour leader, Lynn Williams, whose commitment to social justice has inpired generations of United Steeworker activists. Read more about Lynn Williams here. Participate in the Toolkit! See our User Guide, and please check out the toolkit blog and podcast.
February 14 1991 was the first march for missing and murdered aboriginal women. In January 1991 a Coast Salish woman was murdered in Vancouver's downtown eastside. In response, activists began to organize the memorial march to fight against the systemic under investigating in the deaths of indigenous women. The march has been...
One of the most important rules to keep in mind when changing the system is that we should not cooperate with those who work to uphold it. Why would we work with those who work against us?
It has been revealed that an ultra-secretive government agency called CSEC is collecting hugely revealing information on thousands of law-abiding Canadians.
Taxpayers are on the hook for over $4.2 billion to pay for these invasive spying activities.
Do you want intimate details of your private life to be collected and stored in insecure government databases?
The government needs to know that this kind of invasive spying is unacceptable. If enough people add their voices to this campaign we can force them to rein in CSEC spying.