Every Friday, rabble.ca's editor, Derrick O'Keefe will be on babble, our online, fully-moderated discussion forum, from 9 a.m. PST/12 p.m. EST to answer your questions, comments and discuss the pressing issues rabble.ca struggles to cover each week. Why don't you join us?
Tomorrow at 9 a.m. PT/12 p.m. ET, join us in this thread and have your say. This week, rabble.ca has covered the Quebec student strike, launched a new series on the young people of Haida Gwaii, saw Duncan Cameron analyze the French presedential election among dozens of other topics, features, blog posts and podcasts.
What did we get right? And, more importantly, what did we get wrong? Did we miss any big stories? Here's your chance to access Derrick O'Keefe directly and tell him what you think -- and it's happening every week.
So join us on babble here tomorrow and give O'Keefe some grief.
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