Podcast
Redeye Collective | Socialist Kshama Sawant ran for a seat on city council in Seattle with a campaign promise to introduce a minimum wage of $15, more than double the federal rate.
Blog
Mercedes Allen | Peter LaBarbera returns to Canada, and his copy of Sodom, the Russian anti-LGBT documentary, is seized. I review it, and yes, it is triggery.
Blog
Alexandre Boulerice | MP Alexandre Boulerice has launched an initiative to gather feedback from the public on the Parliament Hill shooting. Find out how to participate.
Blog
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Brad Fraser | Playwright Brad Fraser writes about fear in the wake of the Parliament Hill shootings, saying we must not be silenced by fear, but instead we should be moved to exercise our democratic choice.
News
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Heather Morgan | It was easy to believe the stories spun by the Fords: that they worked tirelessly for their Ward. Now, Andray Domise is challenging the Ford dynasty's narrative.
RabbleTV
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Elizabeth Littlejohn | Recreational paddlers, sailors, and power boaters protest against the proposed introduction of jets and expansion of Toronto Island Airport.
RabbleTV
Elizabeth Littlejohn | An architect, a doctor, a teacher & mother and a sailor tour Toronto Harbour and discuss the negative impacts the expansion of BIlly Bishop airport would have on the environment.
Podcast
Charlene Sayo, Andrew Sayo, Eirene Cloma | For this episode, New York-based street artist Gilf! discusses America’s wars of occupation, gentrification, art, politics, activism and smashing kitchens.
News
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Ella Bedard | At the Good Jobs Summit, Community Benefit Agreements were one of the proposed ways of creating good jobs. But what does a Community Benefit Agreement really mean?
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | Are we supposed to accept "normal" is a stagnating economy? There are solutions to the problems that face us.
Podcast
Charlene Sayo, Andrew Sayo, Eirene Cloma | Aja Monet, the current "cool girl" of spoken-word poetry, discusses the political philosophy of poetry and the legacy of Tupac Shakur.
Blog
Karl Nerenberg | The Conservatives voted down an NDP motion that would have given the Speaker the authority to compel government MPs to stick to the subject in QP. NDP loss -- what about the impact on public opinion?