Podcast
Maximizing Fragility
Daryn Caister | We discuss the ongoing protests at the Dakota Access Pipeline which resulted in over 100 more arrests of protesters this week, bringing the total to over 260 since the action began.
Activist Toolkit
| Join the thunderclap on May 14 to make the government take action!
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | Young Canadians looking for change now find an apologist for the status quo is the new Liberal finance minister.
Blog
The breaking wave
Christopher Majka | Although all the seats in Atlantic Canada in the 2015 election were won by the Liberal Party, on closer examination a number of fascinating electoral trends are apparent. What lessons do they provide?
News
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Dru Oja Jay | With a Liberal prime minister, it's time for progressives to make themselves heard and keep their eye on the prize.
Blog
Crushed Orange
Christopher Majka | Conservatives and Liberals have presented two sides of the same coin. The NDP needs to discard the two-bits and mint a new political currency. The alternatives have failed. The time has come to leap.
News
Tyson Kelsall | Liberals surge to a surprise majority, Conservatives become opposition and NDP are relegated to third-party status.
News
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rabble staff | As you prepare to go to the polls, maybe you want to be reminded of the other parts of the campaign? They seem so long ago, but rabble.ca has got you covered here.
Blog
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.
Blog
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Judy Rebick | With the incessant polling and pundits, there are still some scenarios that no-one is talking about. Judy Rebick looks at the options and suggests we look again before we leap to strategic voting.
Podcast
Victoria Fenner | A roundup of issues for the week of September 21 ... the niqab, the Leap Manifesto and other dynamics from the week.
Blog
Christopher Majka | The current electoral stalemate reflects Canadian political dysfunctionality. In the face of pressing issues we must demand more of politicians. If they're not prepared to act, they must be replaced.