Feb 14
Photo: Caelie_Frampton/flickr
On February 14, the Women's Memorial March continues to honour the lives of missing and murdered women and all women’s lives lost in the Downtown Eastside.
Feb 12
Finance Minister Mike De Jong is promoting a balanced budget, but the reality is much bleaker.
Feb 10
Image: PMO/Adam Scotti
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau may have already burned the bridges he built, both to the left and to the right, that won him a majority government in 2015.
Feb 9
Photo via MiningWatch Canada
Indigenous people, Afro-Colombians, union leaders, farmers, students and academics in Colombia confront Canadian mining companies.
Feb 8
Photo via KAIROS Canada
Last January, KAIROS released its wish list for the year -- 10-plus-one hopes for the federal government and the provinces to fulfill.
Feb 7
Image: Flickr/Olivia Chow
With online news accounting for so much of what we see and learn, a smart Internaut needs ways to assess the increasingly startling reports that other people share.
Feb 5
Steve Bannon's political ideology stems Clash of Civilization theories and fear of the other.
Feb 3
Image: PMO/Adam Scotti
Canadians need a prime minister who walks the walk. Not one who says the right thing and then backs down when push comes to shove.
Feb 2
Image: Twitter/@pannetonc
An engineering professor, a halal grocery shop owner, a civil servant and father of four. These were among the six men gunned down by a French-Canadian nationalist in a Quebec City mosque.
Feb 1
Image: Flickr/FibonacciBlue
Representatives from legal groups that launched the Islamophobia Legal Assistance Hotline held a press conference in the wake of this weekend's shooting at a Quebec City mosque.
Jan 31
Photo: Christopher Majka
Nova Scotians stood together with people across Canada to make clear this was not a vision of society that they condone or espouse.
Jan 30
It appears the attack in Quebec City was motivated by hatred of Muslims. That should be a wake-up call to all Canadians.
Jan 29
A report released last week calls for massive intervention in Canadian corporate media--but should it really be saved?
Jan 27
Photo: Mobilus In Mobili/flickr
It was a day of solidarity with the citizens of the U.S. where millions around the world also said "Hey, we're with you in the struggle." Here is the sound of that resistance.
Jan 26
Image: PMO/Adam Scotti
Let's be clear: there would be no Keystone XL rebirth without the most offensive, dangerous and inflammatory presidential campaign in modern history.
Jan 25
Photo: Joe Brusky/flickr (http://bit.ly/2jpE6Y6)
A new series documents the histories and present-day urgencies of Indigenous resistance.
Jan 24
Photo: CIAT/flickr
It's time for policies that invest in agriculture in Canada and in programs we support internationally -- policies that link food production and small land holdings, and that mitigate climate change.
Jan 23
rabble's B.C. Editor Samaah Jaffer's address to the 15,000 people who attended the Vancouver Women's March on Washington.
Jan 22
Hundreds of thousands of people gathered to march around the world this weekend on the heels of Trump's inauguration. (Photo credit: Karl Nerenberg)
Jan 20
Photo: Chris Yakimov/flickr
Using draconian laws like Bill C-51, the oil industry and their supporters will rely on fear, threat, division and violence in the face of pipeline resistance.
Jan 19
Image: Facebook/Arthur Manuel
The world lost a fierce Indigenous warrior, philosopher and writer this month when Art Manuel passed. Here he is at his best.
Jan 18
Photo: Ben Husmann/flickr
The International Labor Organization thinks that 137 million garment workers in Southeast Asia could soon be replaced by robots. That's 56 per cent of the workforce in those countries.
Jan 17
Image: brocku.ca
The book is by Robert C. Dickeson and it's become a favourite of university administrators. Here's how to fight it.
Jan 15
The wild and wayward life of a tiny, disproportionately lively square of parkland in Toronto's west end has a lesson to teach us about the rewards of relinquishing control. Image: flickr/supercab
Jan 13
Ontario's electricity systems have been hacked away by its own government through increased privatization.
Jan 12
Image: Flickr/Thomas Hawk
The fake news phenomenon is taking over the airwaves. But what does "fake news" even mean? Is it possible to legislate against it without sending us down a censorship rabbit hole?
Jan 11
Image: Flickr/Eric Norris
The U.S. and to some extent Canada still don't have workplace regulations to protect workers from chronic pain.
Jan 10
Photo: Daniel X. O'Neil/flickr
AW@L Radio speaks about the contract negotiations at WLU through a lens critical of neoliberal ideologies and with a discussion of their impacts on communities and lives.
Jan 9
Image: PMO/Adam Scotti
Like the Clintons and Blair, Trudeau exudes empathy for the excluded -- while clinging fiercely to (free) trade deals.
Jan 6
Image: PMO/Adam Scotti
With their recent actions, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his government risk creating the conditions for right-wing populism to flourish in Canada.