It is election year in Canada — and change is in the air! Stephen Harper could call an election at any time — and it’s time we saw a shift in the political landscape.

Big media corporations just cannot be trusted to hold Harper to account. Let’s face it, corporate media isn’t going to get less right-wing. They’ve endorsed Harper’s agenda in past elections, there is no reason to think that they’ll do differently this this time. stands for ethical journalism that builds social justice. That ís why we are counting on you to make a vital contribution, right now, to help launch‘s 2015 election strategy.

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As a rabble reader, you know that we can’t tinker around the edges — the election won’t change everything, but it is critical that Harper’s agenda of dismantling Canada be stopped.  In the long run, we’re going to have to build entirely new economies, a livable environment, and rebuild our democracy if we’re going to continue to thrive and survive.

 We’re going to need to change everything, and need to rabble as a space to hold the conversations about the changes we want, and share the stories of our social movement successes: and we’re going to need you with us! With the federal election just around the corner, your support is critical — now, more than ever.

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If we’re going to make the changes we need, we’re going to have to work together. With the election around the corner, there’s no better time than now to make your commitment. Canada is ready for change. Are you ready to make it happen?