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Edmonton-St. Albert MP Brent Rathgeber
Jun 27 2012 | David J. Climenhaga | Prime Minister Stephen Harper is notoriously thin-skinned about this kind of thing, especially if, as in this case, his MP appeared to have found inspiration in an old NDP press release.
Jun 27 2012 | John Bonnar | On Tuesday afternoon, Mahjoub and his supporters stood outside the CSIS Toronto region office, demanding his freedom and that of the other two men still being held under security certificates.
Photo: John Bonnar.
Jun 27 2012 | rabble staff | On Tuesday afternoon, Mohammad Mahjoub and his supporters stood outside the CSIS Toronto region office building to mark 12 years of detention without charge.
Sun News Network's Ezra Levant (Screen Capture)
Jun 27 2012 | David J. Climenhaga | When Sun News Network first appeared on the scene, Canadians were warned that it would become "Fox News North," paid for by Canadian TV viewers. Arguably, this is exactly what has happened.
Image: CHRISTOPHER DOMBRES/Flickr
Jun 27 2012 | Keith Reynolds | Canada is now facing east and west as it attempts to negotiate trade deals with both Europe and in the Pacific region. Both of these new deals are being negotiated in secret.
Jun 27 2012 | Christopher Majka | Repeated analyses illustrate the advantage of political co-operation. So why is Canada mired in a zero-sum rut? If co-operation is a virtue after an election, why is it considered a vice prior to one?
Jun 27 2012 | Linda Leon | The subject of the 15th letter is Bill C-38, the ominous budget bill and Ryan's response to critics of the bill.
Jun 27 2012 | Krystalline Kraus | Hundert was the humble activist who became the lightening rod for G20 news after his arrest as one of the seventeen G20 “co-conspirators” charged with activism related offences.
Jun 27 2012 | rabble staff | Sure, we here at rabble.ca think rabble.ca is worth supporting, but we're not the only ones. It's time to join them.
Jun 27 2012 | The F Word | Sandy Wells talks to The F Word about how treating 'hypoandrogenism' in female athletes is representative of the current state of systematic sexism in sport.
Jun 27 2012 | John Bonnar | On Wednesday, members of the Good Jobs for All Coalition held an information picket outside of the Service Canada, Citizenship and Immigration Canada offices.
Photo: Jason Shim/Flickr
Jun 27 2012 | Thomas Ponniah | As the failure of the Rio+20 summit confirms, access to water and sustainable development is being denied by neoliberal economic policies, expert-dominated bureaucracies and political parties.
The 'White Saviour Complex' is rooted in the history of western colonialism.
Jun 26 2012 | Jesse Zimmerman | The strange case of the Kony 2012 phenomenon is a chance to reflect on the complex relationship between those of us in the so-called First World and those of us in the so-called Third World.
Jun 26 2012 | John Bonnar | By taking a stand, Ichim is looking forward to holding all parties involved in the G20 Summit arrests and detentions accountable and to raising the issue of the criminalization of dissent.
Brian Mulroney
Jun 26 2012 | David J. Climenhaga | Will Prime Minister Stephen Harper sup with the separatists? It is said here he is bound to. And don't count on him using a long spoon!
Jun 26 2012 | Derrick O'Keefe | Thoughts of ousting Harper in 2015 are well and good, but not nearly sufficient at this perilous moment for democracy and social justice in Canada.
Tax forms. Photo: Canadian Pacific/Flickr
Jun 26 2012 | David Macdonald | Well, well, another misinformed tax freedom day has come and gone on June 12. To mark the occasion this year, I took a look at several items that Canadians are "free of" at various points.
Jun 26 2012 | Emma Lui | One hundred organizations from France, Spain, the United States, Australia, New Zealand and other countries around the world express their opposition to fracking.
Jun 26 2012 | rabble staff | An animation satirizing Enbridge's pipeline PR was originally posted on The Province's website last week, but it was then pulled down, allegedly after a complaint from Enbridge.
Jun 26 2012 | Krystalline Kraus | This is an open letter from Alex Hundert to his supporters before he begins his prison sentence for his G20 related and his Indigenous rights activism.