rabble.ca’s live-politics panel on national politics, Off The Hill, is back on Thursday, October 14 at 7:30 EDT. The theme this month: Back to a hung Parliament. How do we make it work for people?
Join hosts Libby Davies and Robin Browne with MP Leah Gazan, Rachel Snow, Chuka Ejeckam and Karl Nerenberg for a fast-paced discussion on national politics. What just happened with that federal election? Will this minority Parliament be different than the last? What are the big issues on the Parliamentary agenda? How do we influence that agenda outside of the election cycle?
Register now to join this free event via Zoom to be able to interact and share your comments and questions with the panelists
Off the Hill is a quick-moving live politics panel on current issues of national significance. It features guests and a discussion you won’t find anywhere else, centred on the impacts politics and policy have on people, and on ways to mobilize to bring about progressive change in national politics — on and off the hill.
Robin Browne is Off the Hill’s co-host. Robin is a communications professional and the co-lead of the 613-819 Black Hub, living in Ottawa. His blog is The “True” North. Follow Robin on Twitter.
Libby Davies is author of Outside In: a Political Memoir. She served as the MP for Vancouver East from 1997-2015, and is former NDP Deputy Leader and House Leader, and is recipient of the Order of Canada. Follow Libby on Twitter.
Leah Gazan is Member of Parliament for Winnipeg Centre. She is currently the NDP Critic for Children, Families, and Social Development, as well as the Deputy Critic for Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship. Leah has been a champion in the fight for a permanent guaranteed livable basic income in Canada and earlier this year was named to Maclean’s 2021 Power List. She was a prominent Winnipeg lead during Idle No More and co-founded the #WeCare campaign aimed at building public will to end violence against Indigenous women and girls. Leah is a member of Wood Mountain Lakota Nation, located in Saskatchewan, Treaty 4 territory.
Chuka Ejeckam is a political researcher and writer, and works in the labour movement in British Columbia. He focuses on political and economic inequity and inequality, both within Canada and as produced by Canadian policy. Read Chuka’s regular column on rabble.ca. And follow him on Twitter.
Rachel Snow is Iyahe Nakoda, the daughter of late Reverend Dr. Chief John Snow. She holds a juris doctor from the College of Law, University of Saskatchewan and is an outspoken educator, speaker, writer and co-contact person for the Indigneous Activist Networks. Rachel resides on her ancestral lands in Mini Thni which is west of Calgary, Alberta. She can be followed @RachelAnnSnow on Twitter.
Karl Nerenberg is an award-winning journalist, broadcaster and filmmaker, working in both English and French languages. He joined rabble as parliamentary correspondent in 2011.