Olivia Robinson and Phillip Dwight Morgan speak about the Jack Layton Journalism for Change Fellowshiprabble staff | Phillip Dwight Morgan and Olivia Robinson speak about their experiences as Jack Layton Journalism for Change fellows.
Saying goodbye to Jack -- excerpts from the 2011 funeral of the best prime minister Canada never hadVictoria Fenner | Jack Layton, NDP leader, activist and friend to many, passed away on August 22, 2011. Today on rabble radio, some excerpts from his funeral to help us remember him and his contribution to Canada.
|Blog rabble staff | The fellowship supports emerging writers and journalists who are passionate and engaged in developing unique voices in social change reporting. The deadline for applications is October 30, 2019.|
|Blog rabble staff | We're announcing the second year of the Jack Layton Journalism for Change Fellowship, in partnership with the Institute for Change Leaders. Read on for more information on how to apply.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Savvy Alberta New Democrats who want to help their provincial party's prospects will support the federal candidate most likely to focus on issues with a positive impact on Alberta.|
|Blog rabble staff | rabble.ca and Olivia Chow of the Institute for Change Leaders are delighted to announce the inaugural launch of the Jack Layton Journalism for Change Fellowship.|
It's time for Canada's Conservatives just to admit Jack Layton was right about talking to the TalibanDavid J. Climenhaga | As the Forever War continues, U.S. Defence Secretary Jim Mattis has admitted the United States is "not winning" the war against the Taliban.
|Columnists Murray Dobbin | As they choose a new leader, NDP members will decide what they want their party to be. The two candidates who stand in greatest contrast are Manitoba MP Niki Ashton and newcomer Jagmeet Singh.|
|Blog Yves Engler | There are important differences of opinion within the NDP regarding foreign policy questions. These issues deserve to be aired.|
|News Karl Nerenberg | While the 14 Conservative leadership candidates squabble and attack each other, the four NDP aspirants agree on most issues.|
|News Karl Nerenberg | The first-to-declare NDP leadership candidate tells rabble that the party lost touch with the grass roots last time. If he is chosen leader, Julian pledges that will not happen again.|
Jason Kenney -- just visiting Alberta? -- piously congratulates Michael Ignatieff for Order of CanadaDavid J. Climenhaga | High on the Harper government's bill of indictment against Michael Ignatieff was that he had advocated a carbon tax when he ran for the leadership of the federal Liberal Party.
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