Jan 2
Jan. 1, 2009 marked the 50th anniversary of the triumph of the Cuban Revolution and the 15th anniversary of the Zapatista uprising in Chiapas, Mexico.
Dec 27
Protests are planned around the world in response to Israeli air strikes that killed at least 200 on Dec. 27. (Photo: http://indymedia.ie/)
Dec 25
Ruckus has been busy helping rabble come up with our naughty and nice lists for the holiday break.
Dec 22
As 2008 winds down, the world looks forward to finally shoe-ing Bush from office. (http://JohnMaclennan.ca/)
Dec 19
Barack Obama's choice of Rick Warren to give the invocation at his inauguration in January has sparked a wave of protest from LGBT groups and their allies.
Dec 18
To exert pressure on the government and the logging industry, the Barriere Lake community has set up several blockades in protest. (Photo: Anita De Costa)
Dec 17
His critics (and some admirers) call him Danny Chavez - now Premier Williams is living up to the moniker by seizing the assets of AbitibiBowater.
Dec 16
Protests sparked by the police killing of a 15 year-old continue for a second week in Greece. (Photo: http://indymedia.org/)
Dec 15
Journalist Muntader al-Zaidi, 28, threw both his shoes at George Bush and shouted, “This is from the widows, the orphans and those who were killed in Iraq!”
Dec 14
A six-day factory occupation at Republic Windows & Doors ended with victory for the workers. (Photo: LaborBeat.org)
Dec 11
Was Ignatieff's coronation a dark night for the Liberals, or will this be just what it takes to rid Ottawa of that Joker, Stephen Harper? (http://johnmaclennan.ca/)
Dec 9
Amir Khadir won the first ever seat for the upstart left party Québec Solidaire.
Dec 8
Rallies took place across the country this weekend in support of the opposition coalition. Trade union flags and Fleurdelisés mingled at the Dec. 6 Montreal rally. (Photo: ndgcatlady)
Dec 5
Harper padlocks Parliament and whips up anti-Quebec hysteria; activists respond by mobilizing in cities across the country.
Dec 4
The Harper government finds itself out on a ledge. What will happen next in Ottawa?
Dec 1
The opposition door into the House. It could soon be Harper's, unless he can shut the door on opposition coalition plans.
Nov 28
Jack Layton consults with caucus members earlier this month. Ottawa is buzzing with talk of an opposition coalition. Photo: http://libbydavies.ca/
Nov 27
Indie Inside is rabbletv's spotlight on great Canadian music. Just like with journalism, the quality of music suffers from the corporate control on the industry.
Nov 26
A ceremony at the Americas Social Forum held in Guatemala City, October 7 to 12. A report back meeting will be held November 27 in Toronto.
Nov 24
Delegates watching a presentation at the Good Jobs for All Summit. Over 1000 attended the November 22 event in Toronto.
Nov 23
CEP takes action against Petro-Canada
CEP President Dave Coles. November 21 and 22 were National Days of Action Against Petro-Canada, which locked out members of CEP Local 175 one year ago.
Nov 21
rabbleTV brings you coverage of the launch of Tony Clarke's Tar Sands Showdown in Ottawa.
Nov 20
The 40th Parliament opened this week in Ottawa. Photo: http://libbydavies.ca/
Nov 19
On Wednesday, Barriere Lake Algonquins blockaded Highway 117 for a second time, following this action last month. Photo: http://barrierelakesolidarity.blogspot.com/.
Nov 18
As Parliament opens, a couple of former roommates battle it out to replace Dion as Liberal leader.
Nov 17
First there was Obama Girl and now we have something even better - HarperGirl.
Nov 16
Defeated NPA candidate Michael Geller stopped by the Vision Vancouver celebration with his daughter. He gave out this pin.
Nov 14
Troubled economic waters
As Parliament gets set to open next week, troubled economic waters are ahead.
Nov 13
New York Times spoof declares Iraq War over
A spoof issue of the New York Times declared the war on Iraq over.
Nov 12
Labour photo of the year: Trade unions are fun!
This picture of the UK National Teachers Union strike march won LabourStart.org's Labour Photo of the Year.