Hey everybody. What are you up to? I suggest basking in fall sunlight and reading some wonderful rabble blogs.
Is it actually profitable to cut corporate tax rates? The Progressive Economics Forum explores.
Here's another numbers issue. Erika Shaker on rising costs for students and whether skyrocketing fees are really inevitable (she says no).
Micheal Laxer remembers his mother on Suicide Prevention Day.
Here's a less-covered Quebec election issue. Charest offered a massive loan to an asbestos mine over the summer. Will the PQ victory end government support to the toxic industry? Ramsey Hart of MiningWatch Canada has more.
The homeless in Toronto are amassing huge debts under the Safe Streets Act. John Bonnar writes about what's happening and who is getting hurt.
Karl Nerenberg wrote 80 stories during the last parliamentary session. When it comes to Ottawan goings-on, he has you covered. Read rabble.ca’s special appeal and support his work.
Photo: Bonnie Briggs reads a poem at a vigil for Louis Quinn. via John Bonnar.
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