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rabble staff | Do you understand the power of media in making political and social change, and want to do something about the need for a powerful, alternative media voice in Canada? You may be our next Editor!
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Lynn Thompson | Gabe Johnston is the creative force behind Loon Kombucha making a splash at Farmers' Markets in Perth, Kemptville, Brockville and Lansdowne, Ontario
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rabble staff | Are you a B.C. news junkie who knows the keyboard is more powerful than the sword? Do you understand the power of media in making change? You may be our next B.C. Evening Editor!
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David J. Climenhaga | Many Albertans, even conservatives, must feel on reading Budget 2016 secretly relieved the province doesn’t have to face a Wild Rose apocalypse just now.
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Lynn Thompson | A transformational visit to the Float Pod on Kauai.
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Lynn Thompson | As promised, following the Solar Eclipse last week, here is a glimpse of this week's Lunar Eclipse
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Kim Elliott | We've already heard from Avi Lewis, Murray Dobbin, and Pam Palmater about why you should donate and support independent media. But now we need to talk about numbers.
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Lynn Thompson with Cathy Moe
Lynn Thompson | Cathy Moe is a seasoned astrologer who pinpoints intriguing effects of the most recent solar eclipse.
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David J. Climenhaga | Despite what you've read, the fight in which the Alberta government has become embroiled has nothing to do with muzzling journalists. It's about which ones have privileged access.
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Kim Elliott | Just five companies -- Bell, Rogers, Shaw, Quebecor, and TELUS -- control nearly 90 per cent of Canada's media landscape. Now more than ever we need to build independent media alternatives in Canada.
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Lynn Thompson | There is something more important than resolutions, any time of year.
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Ring in the new year with new media - support rabble.ca
Kim Elliott | rabble must raise $50,000 from our readers to implement our vital strategy for 2016: revamp our website, launch Trudeau Watch, and amplify the work of activists and organizatizations making change.