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The Satire Project | "Michael Sona does not even approximate the intelligence and skill that it takes to do what I do."
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The Satire Project | An Espresso With Vito stars Canadian Comedy Award winner Marco Timpano as Vito Cazzolungo, an outlandish, outspoken character who dishes sardonic wisdom between sips from his espresso cup.
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The Satire Project | Political humour has always been an important part of the democratic process. For centuries, political cartoons have channeled dissent, lampooned politicians, and even educated readers.
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rabble staff | The Satire Project will be Canada's hub for the best political mockery and comedic commentary from around the web.
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Redeye Collective | Adi Sara Kreindler was inspired to write the song Thank You Jason Kenney when she heard that Kenney had created a petition to thank himself for cuts to healthcare for refugees.
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Yves Engler | This morning a coalition of international and community groups announced that Harper has won the first ever Richard Nixon Prize.
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Erika Shaker | The Ontario PC platform and MC Hammer pants: Some things really shouldn't make a comeback.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | The film Bad Teacher is an attack on a rotten system that overstresses test results and undermines real teaching. It's satire, stupid, in the tradition of classical theatre like Moliere's plays.
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Chris Shaw | Vancouver City Manager, Penny Ballem strategizes with Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson, Premier Christy Clark, and VPD Chief Jim Chu about how to manage the fallout from the Stanley Cup riot.
Activist Toolkit
| Flash mobs are convened via telecommunications, social media, or viral emails
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One hoax to rule them all: The Hobbit movie tar sands hoax revealed. Photo: Erin Byrnes
Judy Rebick | A tale of dirty oil, a Hollywood blockbuster, Yes Men shenanigans, the ever-helpful media, and activist geniuses who spun out a joke to make a serious point.
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| 'We killed parliament. And what’s better, the Leafs killed three teams and the Habs fell down like a stand of old growth cedars. Heh. I can smell a majority like I can smell the Stanley Cup.'