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Meg Borthwick | As the federal election draws near, rabble.ca's discussion board, babble, is buzzing. The Syrian refugee crisis has galvanized the mainstream media, but what do progressives think?
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Mitch Podolak, Michael Welch, Ashley Titterton | Alert! Radio #184 -- Comments from Rebick, Panitch, Cartwright, Levy, Thomas-Muller, Pilon, Darier, Bickerton, Sanders and Clarke.
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Youth rally outside of Harper Rally
Tria Donaldson | With his coveted majority in place, Harper will now have free reign to do as he pleases. What will he do with this new-found power?
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Duncan Cameron | Canada has fallen into the hands of Harper majority government. It is hard to imagine a worse outcome for the 2011 election, but we must act from now for the future.
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MaryCarl Guiao | On the party's platform and what's at stake in the May 2, 2011 election for working and poor people, (im)migrants, and Aboriginal people if Big Business succeeds in driving the country to the right.
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The F Word | Women continue to be under-represented in politics in Canada. The F Word explores this issue, speaking with MP Dr. Hedy Fry and Amy Kishek of Equal Voice.
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Paul D. Boin | The first 48 hours of "news" content of Canada's "new" addition to our mediascape -- the Sun TV News channel -- proves that nothing new has transpired.
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Tria Donaldson | Wild salmon are in trouble, and this election, candidates need to commit to taking action on fish farms. Many voters will be going to the polls with the future of wild salmon on their minds.
Podcast
Meagan Perry | In this podcast: Terrifying yet boring -- the Canadian election. A new rabble radio contest. Cracking the cover of human books. Fukushima Daichi and alt power. An ode to the ipad 2.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | A debate about who has the best vision for Canadians would be most welcome. It might even endanger the existence of the Conservative government that disrespects democracy.
News
Dennis Gruending | The following is a list of 87 organizations that have been shut down and cut back, and the individuals bullied by the Harper regime. We can expect it to grow if the Conservatives are re-elected.
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Tria Donaldson | This election one group can make a difference: youth. If youth actually head out to the polls, we would shake up the status quote in Ottawa.