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Bob Gallagher | Right now, rabble.ca is at $45,000 -- that is 90 per cent of the way to its $50,000 summer goal.
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rabble.ca board of directors | While we believe we have much to be proud of in the last two decades, we also know that there are ways that we have failed to live up to our values and therefore failed communities of colour.
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Matthew Adams | Now we just need a bit of a boost to finish our campaign.
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The Toronto Star building, photographed in 2010. (Image: petmutt/Flickr)
John Miller | The majority of the Star newsroom publicly spoke out against columnist Rosie DiManno.
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Brent Patterson | I'm thrilled that rabble is still here, working away to ensure stories of resistance make it to your feeds. Can you keep the stories coming by supporting rabble right now?
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rabble staff | rabble.ca and the Institute for Change Leaders proudly announce the fourth annual search for a recipient of the Jack Layton Journalism for Change Fellowship.
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Members of the Canadian parliamentary press gallery in their offices in Ottawa in 1916. Image: Wikimedia Commons
David J. Climenhaga | Why do Postmedia's principles apply in Edmonton but not in Ottawa?
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Members of the Alberta legislature press gallery at work. Image: David J. Climenhaga
David J. Climenhaga | Postmedia proved that the Alberta press gallery is an anachronism, primarily serving as a gatekeeper for a couple of perks for favoured journalists.
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Maya Bhullar | As progressives, we need ways to gather together and coordinate our work so that our vision of a better world flourishes.
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Monia Mazigh | rabble.ca is a platform that helps us to stay informed and well informed.
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Matthew Adams | Take a journey through 2019 with us through our annual report.
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Paul Taylor | I don't know about you, but I'm feeling hopeful and inspired by progressive social movements and the organizing taking hold this year.