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Dec 13, 2005

'Dissent on Trial' given a human rights award

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On December 9, 2005, the eve of International Human Rights day, the Carole Geller Human Rights Award was awarded to Dissent on Trial, a group formed as a result of the mass arrest of 243 people who w
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Nov 8, 2005

<i>rabble.ca</i> launches rabble podcast network

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On November 8, <i>rabble.ca</i> announced the creation of the rabble podcast network (rpn). The rpn features podcasters from coast to coast, as well as shows by some well-known Canadian broadcasters
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Nov 2, 2005

NDP offers ethics package following Gomery

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The report released yesterday by Justice John Gomery confirms that a culture of entitlement and cronyism runs deeply into the Liberal Party of Canada. Ed Broadbent, NDP MP (Ottawa Centre) laid out a
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Sep 16, 2005

End the CBC lockout

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Authors Alice Munro and June Callwood, former Prime Minister Joe Clark, Nobel Prize-winning scientist John Polanyi and actor R.H. Thomson are among those who will join forces on September 21 to show
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Aug 16, 2005

NDP: Liberals have taken wrong path on CBC

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Charlie Angus, the NDP Heritage critic, says the current CBC negotiating position is the result of a lack of commitment from the Liberal government to protect and promote public broadcasting. After
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Jun 17, 2005

It's rabble radio time!

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Welcome to the pilot edition of the rabble radio podcast. What's a podcast? Podcasts are short, web-based audio shows you can download as mp3 files. Most are produced byordinary folks with just a com
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Jun 9, 2005

Court ruling should sound alarm: Layton

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Thursday's Supreme Court ruling which says Quebec patients should be allowed to buy insurance to cover medical treatments already provided by medicare should serve as a wake-up call to Paul Martin to
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May 20, 2005

'The best budget in the last 30 years'

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An editorial in <i>The Globe and Mail</i> refers to it as a &#147;tawdry deal with Jack Layton's New Democrats.&#148; A national columnist refers to the Liberals selling &#147;their souls and their
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Apr 12, 2005

Student strike ends, popular struggle continues

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Yesterday, Quebec's student groups &#151; including the most militant &#151; voted to end their six-week long strike and return to classes. The strike had been called after the government of Jean Cha
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Dec 23, 2004

This was 2004

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At <i>rabble.ca</i>, as we prepare to take a week-long break, we want to say thanks once more to so many of you who have joined the rabble:remix, our fund-raising project which is helping us move tow

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