Jan 3
The tar sands and the Enbridge pipeline across B.C. will be a problem for Stephen Harper in 2011. Photo: The world wants a real deal/Flickr
The environment bites back.
Dec 22
Happy holidays from rabble.ca!
Dec 21
Sharon McIvor, the First Nations woman whose constitutional challenge to the Indian Act is the inspiration for Bill C-3, has filed a complaint against Canada with the United Nations Human Rights Committee.
Aboriginal women are still denied their rights.
Dec 20
U.K. politician and anti-war activist George Galloway enjoyed the bracing air in Immigration Minister Jason Kenney's constituency in Calgary on Nov. 24.
Lessons and what is next.
Dec 18
Supporters blow on vuvuzelas during the noisy protest at the Burnaby Youth Detention Centre, where women and children have been held since arriving in Canada in August.  Photo: Isaac Oommen, Vancouver Media Co-op
Noisy protest in Burnaby, B.C., to support detained women and children.
Dec 17
The Ground-Based Electro-Optical Deep Space Surveillance System (GEODSS) facility at Diego Garcia is one of three operational sites worldwide. Photo: United States Air Force photo/Senior Master Sgt. John Rohrer/Wikipedia.
Paradise lost for a U.S. military base.
Dec 16
Irish protesters march through Dublin against the deal struck between their government and the IMF and European Central Bank on Nov. 27.  To the left is the GPO -- the General Post Office -- the headquarters of 1916 uprising. Photo: lusciousblopster
The people pay.
Dec 15
The humiliation of inequality: An interview with Richard Wilkinson.
Canada's reputation as a fair and equal society is in tatters.
Dec 14
Liberty Lost (G20, Toronto). Photo montage by Carole Conde and Karl Beveridge.
Vindication.
Dec 13
Photo: dontcallmeikke/Flickr
What would the world look like if the right-wing had its way?
Dec 10
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Dec 9
People wear Aung San Suu Kyi masks at a U.K. protest in 2007. Photo: lewishamdreamer/Flickr
Interview with author Alan Clements.
Dec 8
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Dec 7
Independent movies
Dec 6
An American Chinook helicopter crewman looks out over the border region between Afghanistan and Pakistan in 2008, where the heaviest fighting occurred at that time. NATO forces have little presence in areas between major bases. Photo: Graham Lavery
'While in Kandahar, I sensed little in terms of a common goal, a unity of effort, or even recognition of context by those there.'
Dec 3
Photo: Shanissinha/Flickr
Shawn Syms is Not Rex...
Dec 2
Bashing the rainbow flag. Photo: marlith/flickr
We proudly fly the rainbow flag at our Toronto home to show our support for queer rights but we were targeted three times. The message was loud and clear, so we put up more flags in more places.
Dec 1
Cop16. Photo: Friends of the Earth International
Report from the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Cancun.
Nov 30
Haneen Zoabi MK. Photo: Palestine Solidarity Campaign
While on a visit to Canada, the Arab-Israeli member of the Knesset describes the conditions experienced by her people in and outside Israel and the pressures she faces.
Nov 29
Photo: Kevin Edmonds
The poor are demonized for the suffering while those responsible are absolved of any responsibility.
Nov 27
Join in to find how people in Canada and around the world are fighting for our food secure future.
Nov 26
David Diamond and two actor/audience members at work. Photo: Milan Radovanovic
The artistic director of Vancouver's Headlines Theatre Company discusses their groundbreaking new community theatre project.
Nov 24
U.K. politician George Galloway in Calgary, Alberta, Nov. 23, 2010.
Will the fiery orator get a warm reception up north?
Nov 24
Photo: Spacing Magazine/Flickr
The University of Toronto's DIY Citizenship conference.
Nov 23
Photo: Stephen Dyrgas
A passion rekindled...
Nov 22
 A tour of Germany's cool capital contrasts the Cold War past with the corporate present.
A tour of Germany's cool capital contrasts the Cold War past with the corporate present.
Nov 19
The world wants to see her: Aung San Suu Kyi takes a visit from Norway's ambassador to Thailand on Wednesday, Nov. 17. Photo: Arne Jan Flolo/UD/Flickr
Rights and Democracy President Gerard Latulippe discusses the release of the Burmese political icon from house arrest.
Nov 18
The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives celebrates its 30th anniversary today with a conference featuring notable progressive activists, thinkers and organizations. Watch it live on rabbletv!
Watch live: CCPA's 30th Anniversary Gala Dinner and Conference
The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
Nov 17
University of Toronto students watching last summer's soccer world cup. Maclean's magazine recently wrote an article critical of the number of Asian students at the university. Photo: noaman/Flickr
Maclean's magazine and others want to define race in Canada. They fail.
Nov 16
Photo: transnationalinstitute/flickr
Seoul G20 flops.

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