News May 28
Photo: Andrea Horwarth/ Twicker
Karl Nerenberg | The Ontario election is a bit more than a week away. In the last leaders’ debate of the campaign, PC leader Ford still refused to give any details about his plans.
Blog May 27
Alanis Obomsawin in 2014
Doreen Nicoll | Thirty years after its original release, the documentary filmmaker's newly remastered album is as relevant as ever.
Blog May 25
Rainbow Chorus from Waterloo-Wellington
Penney Kome | The festival, which ran over four days in Calgary earlier this month, featured performances from LGBTQ choirs across Canada
Blog May 25
U.S. President Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in in November 2017
Yves Engler | Only a narrow spectrum of opinion about Canadian foreign policy is permitted in the mainstream media, one that assumes this country's international aims are noble.
Blog May 25
Bob Rae in 2009
David J. Climenhaga | The story about Bob Rae's disastrous stewardship of Ontario during his tenure as NDP premier of that province is one of three big lies in Canadian politics.
News May 25
Photo: @ gghamari/Instagram
Karl Nerenberg | A PC candidate said she does not believe humans caused climate, and her leader has not disavowed that view. One of Doug Ford’s big pledges is to scrap key measures to reduce carbon emissions.
Blog May 24
Jim Hodgson | Venezuela's election was an effort to educate Maduro loyalists and to separate the opposition into two groups: those who are open to reasonable negotiation and those whose position will never change.
Blog May 24
David J. Climenhaga | Notley's NDP and Kenney's UCP strive to outdo each other with ridiculous statements over the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline.
RabbleTV May 24
Humberto DaSilva | Often right-wing violence is meant to provoke security forces so that their reaction could be recorded and broadcast as if it were unprovoked repression.
News May 24
Counting votes in Caracas. Photo: Humberto Da Silva
Humberto DaSilva | rabble.ca's correspondent to the Venezuelan presidential elections on May 20 reflects on what he saw in Caracas.
Blog May 22
Image: Radio Interativa/Flickr
Yves Engler | While they've made dozens of statements criticizing Venezuela, the Trudeau government seems to have remained silent on Rousseff’s ouster, Lula's imprisonment and persecution of the Brazilian left.
Blog May 22
Image: John Tahn/Flickr
David Suzuki | Researchers have found that ticks, fleas and mosquitoes are moving into new territories, in part because of climate change.