The rabble blogs roundup is here! Read on and click through for your weekly dose of critical thinking and sparkling prose!
If you haven't checked out Media Watch lately, the blog has been featuring a weekly global press roundup by Saif Alnuweiri! This week's press roundup asks how much longer Assad will be in power.
The Quebec-Ontario Student Solidarity Tour kicked off Thursday night in Ottawa. Ethan Cox had all the details.
Ben Powless writes about the recent "Death of Evidence" protest march in Ottawa, and about our government's habit of ignoring and denying serious problems.
The Joint Review Panel on the Embridge Northern Gateway moved Hazelton to Smithers in an attempt to avoid protesters. Blogger Tyler McCreary says they're also avoiding democracy.
Here's David Bush's scathing review of new CBC radio show, The Invisible Hand. (Maybe check out our podcasts instead?)
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Protesters in Ottawa for the Death of Evidence march. Photo: Ben Powless.
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