Columnists
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Rick Salutin | As news outlets struggle to survive, the obvious solution is public funding.
Blog
Yves Engler | The Globe and Mail's close ties to the Munk Debates and University of Toronto's Munk School of Global Affairs should worry journalists and everyone who cares about foreign policy discussion
Blog
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Nick Fillmore | Content, not style and not personalities, should be the focus of a re-built post-Mansbridge National.
Podcast
New Years Revolutions
Daryn Caister | Emmay Mah takes the reins today as host, talking with our co-hosts about what to expect from the year ahead.
Podcast
Selling fear instead of facts
Daryn Caister | Kevin Farmer and Andrew Mitrovica discuss the disconnect between the relative threat and coverage in the mainstream media between 'terror' and climate change.
Blog
Vancouver Province newspaper strike, 1946 -- City of Vancouver Archives
John Miller | The industry isn't sustainable. Worse: We might not like what replaces ink on paper.
News
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Ella Bedard | It's Pride season. This week's labour roundup honours the work of LGBTIQ activists as strikes erupt across the country.
News
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Ella Bedard | As Cape Breton remembers its labour struggles, workers in other parts of the country fight on.
Columnists
Wayne MacPhail | We've come to a pretty pass when publishers like the New York Times and the Washington Post are thinking about getting hitched to that lyin', cheatin', two-timing heart, Facebook.
News
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rabble staff | It has been a busy year for activists. We hope that the analysis, opinions, struggles and victories you read about here will inspire you for the progressive work to come in 2015.
Podcast
Face2Face | “That Canadian Guy” talks about our police state, the legalization of pot, and the difference within politics of leaders of leaders who are incompetent versus being evil.
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rabble staff | We hate to see cuts in the media, but it keeps happening. Postmedia just laid off five members of their parliamentary bureau. Thanks to you we still have our coverage, let’s keep it going.