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Evelyn Lazare | The COVID-19 pandemic has emphasized the need for Canada-wide approaches to the health of the population. Unfortunately, this national approach is only aspirational at this time.
Blog
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Meg Borthwick | From the World Trade Center attack in 2001 to the COVID pandemic, rabble's political discussion forum, babble, has discussed it all from a progressive perspective.
News
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Colleen Fuller | If you had to choose between fighter jets we don't need and doubling one year's worth of education, health care, social services and equalization payments for all Canadians, which would it be?
News
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Pat Armstrong, Marjorie Cohen, Laurell Ritchie, Armine Yalnizyan, Leah Vosko | If COVID-19 has taught us nothing else, it is that we need a new approach to caring for each other in this country.
News
Ontario Premier Ford on a tour of the Niagara Health Mass Vaccination Site in St. Catharines. Image credit: Premier of Ontario Photography/Flickr
Karl Nerenberg | Health officials in Ontario say the province has not had it so bad since the beginning of the pandemic. By contrast, in Quebec the current rate of increase is not nearly as severe.
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rabble staff | With the first federal budget in two years expected on April 19, a potential election looms large against the backdrop of an ongoing pandemic and faltering rollout of a national vaccine program.
Blog
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Tina Beier | Conservative Party Leader Erin O'Toole's claims to be pro-choice mean nothing if he allows his cabinet to issue and vote for anti-choice private member's bills.
Blog
Alberta Speaker Nathan Cooper is really sorry about signing that letter criticizing Premier Jason Kenney's COVID-19 policy. Image credit: David J. Climenhaga
David J. Climenhaga | From #Kudatah to anti-vaxx: what is it about right-wing mobs in Alberta and their chants of "lock 'er up"?
Blog
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David J. Climenhaga | Alberta politicians and police seem uncharacteristically solicitous of the rights of the COVID-denying protesters.
Podcast
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Victoria Fenner | Maureen Huot, one of rabble.ca's rabble rousers to watch, talks about the multiple causes and people she supports, and her thoughts about being an ally.
Blog
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Kim Elliott | With the first federal budget in two years expected on April 19, a potential election looms large against the backdrop of an ongoing pandemic and faltering roll-out of a national vaccine program.
Columnists
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Rick Salutin | Let's be clear on what refusing to protect essential workers with sick pay essentially means in the Ford lexicon: it means refusing to protect workers, period, with sick pay or anything else.