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Are you our next team member?

Are you passionate about the power of journalism for supporting positive change? Do you
find yourself noting how grassroots stories and worker voices are so often missing or
misrepresented in mainstream media? Do you want to be part of a highly respected,
independent, Canadian non-profit media organization that tells those stories? If this sounds
like you, read on.

Founded in 2001,, Canada’s pioneer in digital-only non-profit media, seeks an
Editor to join our small and dynamic team. As Editor, you will be working alongside our
progressive editorial team to assign and publish daily news features and analysis. rabble
prides itself on publishing factually accurate, quality journalism for change. rabble carries
a network of Canada’s best columnists, regular news contributors on federal politics,
labour news, and stories about grassroots activism, while also hosting podcasts and a
regular politics panel.

The ideal candidate for this position is an impeccable editor, comfortable editing and
crafting headlines fora range of stories on national politics and political action and
analysis; is resourceful, works independently, but enjoys being part of a diverse, intergenerational team; and, has a capacity for juggling – and delivering on – a dynamic
editorial calendar. You get energy from working with journalists and columnists, and you
are excited by opportunities to make a difference by transforming contributions from
grassroots change makers or academics into accessible stories for a national audience.’s content is not hidden behind a paywall, and our revenue model relies on
building a community of readers who are willing to donate to pay for journalism.
The Editor will join a remote office environment. There is an option to work from a
rabble office space in Toronto; however, for the right candidate, this position can be
based anywhere in Canada.

See full job details here. Deadline to apply is February 4, 2022.


Kim Elliott

Publisher Kim spent her first 16 years on a working family farm in Quebec. Her first memories of rabble rousing are of strike lines, promptly followed by Litton’s closure of the small town...