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NDP MLA-elect, Lisa Roberts
Christopher Majka | With the byelection victory of Lisa Roberts, Nova Scotia's NDP has the wind in its sails and brings onboard a stellar community leader committed to a vibrant, progressive, social-democratic vision.
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Dru Oja Jay | Dru Oja Jay takes a hard look at the difficult task facing Canadians who want generational economic and environmental change.
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Louis-Philippe Rochon | The 2015 elections showed two things: Keynes is back, and Canadians still have a healthy progressive voice. In the end, Canadians saw through the rhetoric on balanced budgets and wanted none of it.
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Judy Rebick | What the heck happened in the Toronto election? Judy Rebick talks about what she saw happening and what the Left needs to do to regain voter confidence.
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The two Vladimirs: Lenin and Putin
Christopher Majka | Those who condemn imperialism must oppose it wherever it surfaces and by whomever it is prosecuted. To simply equate anti-imperialism with anti-Americanism is to become a tool of the forces we oppose.
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rabble staff | Join rabble.ca in celebrating the launch our new book, the Best of rabble.ca 2014 edition: The Year of Living Consciously
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Michael Laxer | The progressive agenda in North America has become so insignificant in its aims that if it got any less so it would simply cease to be.
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Amira Elghawaby | This documentary about the power of sport for change follows athletes from seven countries around the globe. The year is 2006. The sporting event is the Homeless World Cup.
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Shotgun Wedding?
Christopher Majka | Does a constellation called "progressive" exist in the Canadian political heavens? If so, is it of consequence to partisan stargazers, or is it simply an exercise in political astrology?
Columnists
Thomas Ponniah | Professor Henry Giroux, one of North America's most famous theorists, will be speaking at a conference on "Rethinking Pedagogy" at George Brown College on Thursday, May 16.
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Thomas Ponniah | Jean-Jacques Rousseau's ideas, whether acknowledged or not, have permeated Western counter-hegemonic, progressive thought -- modern and postmodern -- for the last 250 years.
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Thomas Ponniah | Venezuela's leadership has sketched the bridge that progressives need to cross: a genuine alternative to neoliberal modernity found in a fusion of ecological aspirations with struggles for equality.