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Scott Neigh | Karen Cocq talks about the work of the Migrant Rights Network to fight racism and xenophobia during the federal election campaign and beyond.
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Victoria Fenner | Over 150 town halls were held across the country in May and June. On today's rabble radio, we hear about what was accomplished and what the next steps are.
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'What is to Be Done?' - Brent Patterson talks talks to activists about navigating the current political moment
Victoria Fenner | From his southwestern Ontario speaking tour, Brent Patterson talks about why it it's important to engage with the current political moment and keep being hopeful.
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Meghan Murphy | Meghan Murphy speaks with Pamela Palmater about what impact the recent Liberal victory could have on Indigenous rights in Canada.
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The Crystal Ball
Christopher Majka | Although the results of the 2015 Canadian election are not in, there are a few things that can be predicted with the political crystal ball. We're certainly going to be in for a wild political ride.
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Elizabeth May
Christopher Majka | Green Party leader Elizabeth May is an environmental dynamo on a mission to shake up Canadian politics. I talk with her about climate change, political reform, foreign trade, deficits and democracy.
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Karl Nerenberg | The race is still on to decide which party represents the best alternative to the Conservatives. Now is the time to look seriously at what the Liberals and New Democrats are all about.
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Change in Ottawa
Christopher Majka | Interest in electoral reform has risen dramatically: 38-fold since 2002 with a huge surge this year. With two-thirds of Canadians seeking change in Ottawa, will 2015 bring proportional representation?
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Anybody But Harper
Christopher Majka | Albert Einstein famously said that the definition of insanity was "doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results." On that basis Canadians have an insane electoral system.
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Redeye Collective | In September, Naomi Klein launched the Leap Manifesto, outlining a bold new vision for a just and sustainable future. Seth Klein has done an economic analysis to show how the Leap can be funded.
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Woman in Niqab
Christopher Majka | I may have no desire to wear a niqab but my universe is not diminished if my neighbour does. That said, how women choose to dress should not become a "dead cat" on the Canadian electoral stage.