Blog
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Lynne Fernandez | Governments need to move away from throwing public money at private corporations that do not have a meaningful commitment to the North's people and land.
Podcast
Meghan Murphy | In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with author and musher, Blair Braverman, about her new book, Welcome to the Goddamn Ice Cube.
News
April Diamond Dutheil | Valine Crist is passionate about environmental issues. Her academic work looks at how communities come together against threats from large-scale industrial projects.
News
Youth show their visitor just how hard to is to afford sufficient nutritious food.
Jean Crowder | A Vancouver Island Member of Parliament reports back on her trip to Nunavut and shares a firsthand account of what access to good and nutritious food is really like in the North.
RabbleTV
rabbleTV | Video of a student action on March 8 when Jean Charest came to Gatineau to sell his northern development plan to the business community.
News
David Schulze | Clear evidence contradicts the commentators who insist that the problems of remote First Nations can never be solved, that no amount of money will make things better.
Blog
Nick Falvo | Last week, I was in Yellowknife, where I released results of new research on affordable housing in the Northwest Territories (NWT). Research findings include the following.
Blog
Lewis Rifkind | Political parties of all stripes must put forward alternate ways for the North to develop as the southern industrial model will be a catastrophe.
Book Review
Noreen Mae Ritsema | In an interview with rabble.ca, Shelagh D. Grant discusses her book Polar Imperative, a book that challenges images of a pristine, snow-covered landscape and exposes the Arctic's long dormant issues.
News
Wollaston Lake open-pit uranium mines, Saskatchewan. Photo:Google Earth
Rita Wong | Uranium is mined in Dene Nation territory in Saskatchewan, with results similar to the tar sands. It shows we can't talk about energy in Canada without considering water and water security.
Book Review
Jorge Antonio Vallejos | Richard Van Camp's new collection of short fiction brings stories from the North to the rest of Turtle Island.
Columnists
Am Johal | Am Johal interviews Dr. Michael Byers, Canada Research Chair in Global Politics and International Law at UBC, about Canada's stake in the North and his new book, Who Owns the Arctic?