|opinion July 23 Jeff Shantz, Eva Ureta | A very small proportion of criminal justice activity actually deals with stopping or even responding to violence.|
|rabble news July 23 Chelsea Nash | Volunteers have to be extremely careful when dropping off fresh produce to workers, for fear that employers will fire and deport workers caught interacting with outsiders.|
|opinion July 23 Rayne Fisher-Quann | The astronomical cost of J-school and the endless class- and race-privileged opportunities that follow serve as a near-impenetrable barrier to keep marginalized young people out of the media industry.|
|opinion July 21 Ed Finn | During the COVID-19 pandemic, it's getting harder to maintain a good sense of humour. But laughter is important, even in these morbid times.|
|rabble interview July 21 Chelsea Nash | In conversation with AUPE president Guy Smith about how his union is handling legislative challenges to union and worker power.|
|opinion July 20 Liette Gilbert, Anna Zalik | Inconsistencies in reported data present a major obstacle to proper monitoring and auditing, even though the available information provides superficial comfort to some.|
Media focus ignores WE Charity's negative impact on young Canadians' understanding of global injusticeYves Engler | A little-discussed reason the federal government funds NGOs is to co-opt internationalist minded young people into aligning with Canadian foreign policy.
|opinion July 17 Pierrot Ross-Tremblay, Nawel Hamidi, Colin Samson | The speed with which the Canadian government is acting is clearly linked to pushing through as many dangerous and irresponsible extractive projects on ancestral territories as possible.|
|opinion July 16 Paul Taylor | Will we take the lessons of the past several months to implement progressive policies to confront the societal wrongs exposed by the pandemic?|
|analysis July 16 Karl Nerenberg | The government will try to tough it out, and hope a couple of apologies do the trick, even as more revelations about the deep involvement of the prime minister and his family with WE emerge.|
|opinion July 15 Chi Nguyen | The federal government has an opportunity to put more effective principles of community-ownership, youth empowerment, and intergenerational thinking in reshaping the Canada Student Service grant.|
|rabble interview July 13 Chelsea Nash | Two activists with Justicia for Migrant Workers say without permanent status, the rest is just a band-aid fix.|
|opinion July 9 Bruce Campbell | Oil trains -- although volumes have been somewhat reduced during the pandemic -- continue to roll through towns and cities across Canada. The window is still open for history to repeat itself.|
|opinion July 9 Ed Finn | Disregard for preventative measures against COVID-19 is the direct result of an economic and cultural ideology that ranks individualism above collaboration.|
|rabble news July 8 Chelsea Nash | This will be the second strike vote for Canadian grocery workers in recent weeks after retailers took away the $2-an-hour pandemic pay premiums.|
|opinion July 8 Stefan Christoff | The sanctions amount to vindictive economic measures that directly hurt the fight against the pandemic in Iran, leading to a greater amount of suffering and death.|
It's time for Canadian courts and governments to acknowledge that forcible displacement of homeless people is inhumaneStepan Wood | The second article in a two-part series looking at the cycle of displacement of homeless people during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bob Rae's appointment as UN ambassador shows Liberal government learned nothing from UN Security Council defeatYves Engler | Rae's appointment suggests the Liberals are ignoring the lessons of the UN Security Council defeat and calls to rethink Canadian foreign policy.
|rabble news July 7 Chelsea Nash | Reforms to Canada's employment insurance system are necessary, say workers' advocates.|
|rabble news July 6 Lidia Abraha | Canada is decades behind in collecting race-based data in the public sector. Advocates have long fought for easier access to disaggregated data from the criminal justice system.|
|opinion July 3 Stepan Wood | The first article in a two-part series looking at the cycle of displacement of homeless people during the COVID-19 pandemic.|
|opinion July 3 Khadijah Kanji | Police officers carry the name, but don't monopolize the practice. Policing is structurally integral to all of our institutions, and is carried out both "benevolently" and violently.|
|opinion July 2 Robert Sweeny | The failure of successive governments to act on evidence has helped create the conditions for the spectacularly unequal Canada we live in today.|
|opinion June 30 Robert Hackett | Powerful elites are running scared, says Chomsky. "The peasants are coming with the pitchforks."|
|opinion June 30 Mark Nykanen, Howard Breen | Recriminations have followed Canada's failure to secure one of two highly-coveted seats on the UN Security Council, after the Trudeau government spent $2.3 million on the effort.|
|opinion June 30 Francis Carbonu | As law enforcement and public institutions face scrutiny following incidents of police violence, we might gain insight into the true omnipresence of injustice by hearing stories from our peers.|
|rabble news June 30 Chelsea Nash | As calls to defund the police mount, police unions are already starting to put up a fight.|
|opinion June 29 Paul Salvatori | A person in mental distress needs to know they will be safe. Changing the way public bodies respond to those in distress could save lives.|
|rabble news June 25 Lidia Abraha | Why defunding the police is a crucial and necessary step to dismantling the carceral system.|
Have business and political leaders decided to co-exist with COVID-19 instead of seeking its curtailment?Ed Finn | Politicians and corporations in the United States and Canada have started to open up their economies. This is happening even though the coronavirus is still present in both countries.