|analysis April 1 Meagan Gillmore | Saskatchewan has become the latest province to guarantee leave to employees suffering domestic violence. Organized labour has been leading the battle.|
|rabble series March 29 Alyse Kotyk | University carbon divestment movements in B.C. are encouraging fellow students to remember recently approved massive fossil fuel projects like the Kinder Morgan pipeline during May's election.|
|rabble news March 25 Meagan Gillmore | PSAC's "conference of conferences" puts human rights are front and centre." Union president Robyn Benson told delegates: “you own the floor and you own the stage.”|
|politics March 23 Miriam Katawazi | The federal government, says David Macdonald, "took the 2016 budget out and put a new cover on it... Now you have the 2017 budget. They’ve gift wrapped last year’s budget."|
|politics March 20 Dennis Howlett | If Finance Minister Morneau is serious about tax fairness, Canadians for Tax Fairness say here are three changes he could include in the 2017-18 Budget.|
|opinion March 18 Stephen Kimber | What if our finance minister chose Canadian values over the interests of a privileged minority?|
|in their own words March 16 various | "We, the undersigned professors, call on the Canadian government to enact legislation to establish a credible and effective independent ombudsperson to investigate and hear complaints..."|
Kinder Morgan's $771,000 donation to B.C. Liberals raises red flags while Premier shifts to damage controlAlyse Kotyk | The B.C. Liberals are under scrutiny for accepting significant donations from lobbyists, including those connected to the controversial Trans Mountain pipeline project, sparking an RCMP investigation.
|arts/media March 13 Tania Ehret | "Beyond 150 Years" film festivals asks: what exactly is Canada 150 celebrating and who is invited to the party?|
|rabble news March 7 Lenée Son | In an area where over 13,000 people live in poverty having to survive on social assistance, gentrifying businesses are selling $138 mink eyelashes and $11 bottles of juice.|
|rabble news March 1 Matthew Brett | Though a number of cities across Canada are adopting "Sanctuary City" declarations, deportations persist and basic public services are still not being provided.|
B.C.'s future doctors are starting their career in the middle of an opioid crisis. Here's how they'll solve itMegan Devlin | Tomorrow’s doctors want comprehensive pain management, supervised injectable heroin and continuity of care for their patients.
'We have never ceded our lands': First Nations in B.C.'s interior weigh impacts of Kinder Morgan pipelineAlyse Kotyk | Across B.C.'s interior, First Nations communities are deciding whether or not they will support Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline project through mutual benefits agreements.
|rabble series February 20 Phillip Dwight Morgan | Indigenous writer and activist Nickita Longman offers candid reflections on Canada's hopes for reconciliation, the colonial governments of Brad Wall and Justin Trudeau, and more uncomfortable truths.|
|rabble news February 14 Alyse Kotyk | Whales, corruption and contempt for Indigenous rights are just some of the court cases that activists hope will halt the controversial Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Expansion project.|
|in their own words January 27 Sofia Ali-Khan | Here are some uncomfortable truths, and some thoughts on what we need to do about them to succeed in the fight against Trump.|
|in their own words January 24 Sophia Reuss | The "Anti-Inauguration" protest and Women's March on Washington provide hope that a global, inclusive left can finally fight neoliberalism and oppression together.|
|rabble news January 24 Tessa Vikander | Organizers of Vancouver's Women's March on Washington express remorse at lack of communication, while omission sparks wider conversation of inclusive organizing.|
|rabble series January 16 Phillip Dwight Morgan | Black Lives Matter TO plans to target illegal carding and Toronto's Special Investigations Unit as it looks ahead to 2017.|
|year in review December 24 rabble staff | Here's the best of our coverage from 2016, to get inspiration for fighting back in 2017.|
|year in review December 23 Miriam Katawazi | It was a turbulent year for Canada and the rest of the world. Read rabble.ca's top picks for 2016 that encapsulate the year.|
|year in review December 21 Victoria Fenner | There's lots of work for us to do in the New Year to help restore this planet to health and happiness. But for now, take a break and have a listen to some of our faves from the rabble podcast network.|
|rabble news December 20 Tania Ehret | #HerDigitalVisions is an afterschool program that works with self-identified girls, building media literacy skills in order to better establish power in an online world.|
|rabble news December 8 Franke James | Judith Scott, whose art now hangs in the Museum of Modern Art, was institutionalized for 35 years. A new book tells her story.|
|rabble interview November 30 Meg Borthwick | Interview with John Dougherty, an investigative filmmaker whose documentary Flin Flon Flim Flam delves into the growing opposition to mines due to human rights abuses.|
|rabble interview November 30 Phillip Dwight Morgan | The former Obama White House adviser and CNN political pundit visited Toronto last week and gave Canada some advice on responding to a Trump White House.|
Interview: Justin Brake shares the story behind his reporting at Muskrat Falls and how he risked arrestCory Collins | For documenting Indigenous activists' occupation of Muskrat Falls, independent journalist Justin Brake faces a court date with uncertain outcomes.
|rabble news November 22 Lenée Son | A gorgeous, moving photo essay documents the landmark raising of a monument to the Indigenous women lost and murdered in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside -- and their incredible resilience.|
|press release November 3 Canadian Journalists for Free Expression | A coalition of media organization and press freedom groups have joined forces to call on the Canadian government to help protect journalists.|
|rabble news October 28 Cory Collins | Action over Muskrat Falls gained momentum following occupation of the project's work site. Premier Dwight Ball met with Aboriginal leaders on Tuesday, which ended with an agreement on the project.|