Karl Nerenberg

Karl Nerenberg joined rabble in 2011 to cover news for the rest of us from Parliament Hill. Karl has been a journalist and filmmaker for over 25 years, including eight years as the producer of the CBC Radio show "The House." In his work, he has dealt with a great variety of subjects: from civil war in Central America, to the crisis in South Africa's Apartheid system. During his time at CBC, and its French language counterpart, Radio-Canada, Karl directed and wrote numerous documentaries and long-form television reports for such programs as "Le Point" and "Actuel" and "The Journal." Karl also founded and, for five years, edited the magazine "Federations: What's new in federalism worldwide." Karl has been awarded a Gemini award, a Best International Reportage Series award (from "la Communauté des televisions francophones"), and a CBC Radio Award for Best New Series (for "C'est la vie"), among others. In 2010-2011, he wrote, produced and co-directed (with Malcolm Hamilton) "Never Come Back," a documentary on the Roma communities in Canada and in Europe. Karl can be reached at karl@rabble.ca

Karl Nerenberg
Blog
Dec 13, 2011

Hill Dispatches: Setting records for time allocation

Karl Nerenberg
A statistical analysis provided by the Liberal Party shows that this Conservative government uses time allocation to limit debate far more often than previous majority governments.
Blog
Dec 7, 2011

Hill Dispatches: PSAC fights an 'absurd choice'

Karl Nerenberg
PSAC has launched a social media campaign to get Canadians talking about coming public service cuts. Is the choice between a strong economy and good public services really an absurd one?
Blog
Dec 5, 2011

Hill Dispatches: The ethnic politics game

Karl Nerenberg
In making a target of Liberal MP Irwin Cotler the Conservatives are taking aim at the one Montreal-area riding where they came close last time.
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Nov 30, 2011
Photo: Ron Foreman/Flickr

Hill Dispatches: Peter Kent and the Greenhouse Effect

Karl Nerenberg
Canada's Kyoto-hating environment minister Peter Kent concluded 27 years ago as a CBC journalist that the greenhouse effect "must be considered the world’s greatest environmental concern."

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