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Jun 18 2012 | rabbleTV | A video invitation to the national day of action against cuts to refugee health coverage on Monday, June 18.
A recent protest against Goldcorp in Vancouver. (Photo:
Jun 18 2012 | Brent Patterson, Meera Karunananthan | Unfortunately the Conservative government will not see, hear nor speak the evils of Canadian mining. And as witnessed recently, they will attempt to marginalize anyone else who does so.
Jun 18 2012 | Ian McKay, Jamie Swift | Harper and his New Warrior supporters among historians, journalists and sundry militarists are attempting to establish war as the pith and essence of all Canadian history.
Jun 18 2012 | Krystalline Kraus | For Occupy London, Finsbury Square was the last remaining encampment flying the Occupy banner.
UN HIgh Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay
Jun 18 2012 | Ethan Cox | The UN has now waded into the fray in Quebec, expressing "alarm" at the restriction of freedom of assembly in this province.
B.C. Premier Christy Clark
Jun 18 2012 | David J. Climenhaga | The attitudes of voters outside Alberta mean Premier Alison Redford will likely have a frustrating time making her pipeline dreams come true.
Jun 18 2012 | Murray Dobbin | If you want to know how governments like Harper's authoritarian regime will be decisively dispatched to history's dustbin you need look no further than Occupy and the Quebec student rebellion.
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Jun 18 2012 | Gerry Caplan | For 2,500 years, political thinkers warned against the danger in a democracy of the tyranny of the majority, where the rights of the minority count for nothing.
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Jun 18 2012 | Andrew Jackson | The Harper government decided to attack Thomas Mulcair on the issue of Canadian support for additional IMF resources to deal with the euro-area crisis.
Jun 18 2012 | Adam Bemma | Friday Morning After host Adam Bemma speaks to Donovan King about this year's Montreal Infringement Festival.
Jun 18 2012 | Adrienne Silnicki | On June 18, Canadians across the country will be participating in a rally for health care for refugees. The Harper government will implement severe cuts to health care for refugees come July 1.
Jun 18 2012 | Adam Bemma | Friday Morning After host Adam Bemma discusses crowdfunding documentary films with Sarah Spring and Selin Murat from Parabola Films in Montreal.
Jun 18 2012 | Saif Alnuweiri | This week’s press roundup focuses on the continuing deterioration of the situation in Syria and the year long uprising that has been taking place there.
Jun 18 2012 | MaryCarl Guiao | Gord Hill, author of "500 Years of Indigenous Resistance," and Peter Gelderloos, author of "How Nonviolence Protects the State," talk about how strategic "violent" resistance can work.
Jun 18 2012 | Derrick O'Keefe | No reasonable person can honestly deny the Musqueam’s claim to the land, nor their demand that this burial site be spared from another condo development.
Jun 18 2012 | Jesse McLaren | People across Canada rallied today against a looming healthcare catastrophe: cruel and costly cuts to refugee health.
Casseroles: Vancouver
Jun 17 2012 | rabbleTV | Inspired by Jeremie Battaglia's gorgeous Montreal film, Vancouver answers the Quebec student movement with a pots and pans revolt of our own on May 30, 2012.
Jun 17 2012 | Ethan Cox | In Quebec police violence and arbitrary arrests have left many too afraid to protest anything, meanwhile Harper is turning parliament into a giant rubber stamp. It's time to stand up for democracy.
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Jun 17 2012 | rabble staff | After Bill C-38, public protests like this one on Parliament Hill are more important than ever, according to Grand Chief Stewart Phillip.
Celebrating a day in the life of taxes
Jun 17 2012 | rabbleTV | It's time to start having the conversation about what our taxes contribute to a healthy society. Taxes, they're the gift we give each other.