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Cuban doctor administers a vaccine in Haiti in 2010. Image: United Nations Photo/Flickr
Rick Arnold, Council of Canadians | Since March 2020, Cuba has sent 52 medical teams to 39 countries to buttress often shaky health-care systems where the poor and marginalized are at the highest risk of contracting the disease.
Podcast
Mostly empty shelves of an Atlantic Superstore supermarket of Halifax, Nova Scotia, on March 13, 2020. Image: Indrid__Cold/Flickr
Victoria Fenner | Lois Ross, rabble's agriculture columnist, reflects on a recent trip to Cuba and talks about what Cubans know about food security that we can learn from in Canada.
Columnists
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Lois Ross | Cuba is showing resilience and plenty of lessons to learn about tough times, gardening and humanitarianism -- and it all starts with food security.
News
Hurricane Irma passes Cuba on Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017, in a NASA satellite photo.
Arnold August | Canada should overcome its self-imposed bureaucracy and provide immediate aid to the country following the devastation
Blog
John M. Kirk | When US president Obama and Cuban president Castro agreed to reopen diplomatic relations between their two countries, the future suddenly seemed positive. But then Trump got elected. What now?
Blog
Katheryne Schulz | Here in the Plaza, Cuban workers are standing up in the crowd spontaneously and speaking eloquently about all of the ways Fidel worked with them to achieve dignity and independence.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | Politics is rife with failures of all kinds. Take for instance the failure of identity politics in the U.S. or the failure of political rights under Fidel Castro.
RabbleTV
Humberto DaSilva | Fidel Castro dedicated his life to fighting imperialism that reduced South American nations to banana republics run by U.S. corporations.
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Image: Flickr/Marcelo Montecino
Gerry Caplan | Cuba's iconic leader led a nation with an economy frozen in the 1950s and captive of the Soviet Union.
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Fidel Castro
David J. Climenhaga | A warm Canadian farewell to King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia by PM Stephen Harper passed unremarked; PM Justin Trudeau's farewell to Fidel Castro sparks outrage. Explain.
Blog
Yves Engler | While Ottawa's position towards Cuba was far more progressive than Washington's, it was also more complicated than some are likely to suggest following Castro's death.
Podcast
Image: Flickr/Robert Thivierge
Redeye Collective | After 50 years of war that killed thousands and displaced millions, the Colombian government signed a peace deal with the FARC guerillas. But on October 2, Colombians voted to reject the peace accord.