rabble radio

rabble radio is the flagship show of the rpn. It’s a mix of political commentary, soundseeing tours, movie reviews, and the latest in Canadian music. It’s all produced by a country-wide cadre of volunteers.

October 1, 2021

What did the media miss in their coverage of Election 2021?

This week on the show, rabble editor Chelsea Nash sat down for a conversation with rabble’s own columnist Chuka Ejeckam. Chuka is a writer and policy researcher who works in the labour movement. The son of Igbo immigrants to Canada, he grew up in Winnipeg.  They talked about what was missing from this federal election,…

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September 18, 2021

#ELXNN44: Down to the Wire

On Sept 17 we heard from our amazing panelists at our live politics panel: Off the Hill. You’ll hear a clip of their discussion. Host Robin Browne takes panelists through an insightful discussion of the real issues facing us on E-Day, and how we can make this election count. We’re down to the wire, after all. 

Plus our rundown on what you might have missed on rabble.ca this week.

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September 14, 2021

The Importance of the Youth Vote

Hello and welcome to rabble radio, the proud reemergence of our weekly audio magazine. Rabble radio has its finger on the beat of the issues that matter to you. This week, we’re talking about the issues that are conspicuously absent from the federal election thus far. And, we’re talking youth voting. After that I’ll take you through last week’s headlines in a segment called “in case you missed it.”

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September 14, 2021

Needs no reintroduction: rabble radio the election edition

Earlier this month rabble.ca presented our monthly edition of “Off the Hill” – a panel that takes a look at federal politics from a progressive, grassroots perspective. The theme was “Election 44: No Time to Waste on the Status Quo.” Our panelists included: former NDP MP Libby Davies, climate activist Diana Yoon, Indigenous activist and educator Rachel Snow and rabble’s own columnist and policy expert Chuka Ejeckman. Here’s the first twenty minutes of their discussion, hosted by Robin Browne.

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