Whether we have hit bottom or not, the employment numbers suggest that resilient Canadians, despite the odds, are somehow managing to grow a new economy from the bottom up.
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May 18, 2009
Toronto Metro Hall
55 John Street Rotunda (Main floor), St. Andrew Subway stopM5V 3C6 Toronto , ON
Canada43° 38' 44.1888" N, 79° 23' 21.5808" W
Talk and forum about the growth of public opinion for ending the monarchy in Canada.
Initiated by one of our regular contributers, Am Johal, it was a natural for rabble.ca to take up the 2010 Homelessness Hunger Strike relay.
Coming out of the Liberal convention, Michael Ignatieff declared he was ready to put concrete proposals on the table to reform Employment Insurance. Hold the applause.
The Pope said he was "sorrowful" for what happened to residential school survivors. Sorrowful. But not sorry. Is that an important distinction?
Winner of the Ethel Wilson Prize for B.C. fiction, Lee Henderson uncovers an underground combat sport, "the man game," and a darker side of Vancouver.
At a critical time when the new media environment is being molded, and the traditional news industry is in a state of decline, creative approaches to journalism are urgently needed.
What does journalism cost? That's a question that's being batted around a lot lately as the economic case for and against traditional newsrooms gets made in the press and on the Web.