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.
Editor's Note: rabble.ca is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of influential labour activist Lynn Williams. Williams died on May 4, 2014. Our thoughts are with his family, friends and fellow workers during this difficult time.
Lynn Williams was one of the most influential North American union...
There’s a Toronto election on October 27th, 2014. You’ll be casting a vote not only for mayor, but for a local councillor to represent your community. Do you know where your council candidates stand on transportation? Housing? Taxes? Employment? Find out with the Position Primer, brought to you by Women in Toronto Politics.
Using the primer is easy. Just head to the Position Primer website, enter your postal code and check out where your candidates stand on the issues that matter to you.