Apr 14
Public Interest Alberta is calling on the Government to reject misguided approaches and to make wise investments in strong public services and programs and building a green economy.
Apr 12
The Tamil community and their supporters have been engaged in continuous protests in Ottawa against the actions of the Sri Lankan government.
Apr 9
<p>A new documentary, 'This Can Happen To You,' featuring Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter, looks at cases of the wrongly convicted.</p>
Apr 7
<p>Given their upcoming tour schedule, it is very likely that you will be able to experience Young Rival's ferocious brand of rock and roll in your town soon.</p>
Apr 6
Nunavut turns 10
<p>Nunavut, Canada's territory in the eastern Arctic, was founded on April 1, 1999. (Photo: http://gov.nu.ca/)</p>
Apr 4
Emergency rallies, like this one last year, are being called over the weekend after 'la migra' style arrests of hundreds of migrant workers by the authorities in Ontario. (Photo: http://ocap.ca)
Apr 2
This month, we'll have a special focus on that 'other' crisis facing humanity -- the ecological one. Some green activists would like to see Harper go politically extinct. (http://ecosanity.org)
Mar 31
Days ahead of the G20 summit, tens of thousands took to the streets of London in a strong show of opposition to the economic system that has led to crisis. (Photo: http://leninology.blogspot.com)
Mar 30
The ban on George Galloway entering Canada was upheld today. On Sunday, this scrum followed the crowded hearing. (Photo: Justin Stayshin, http://unionstayshyn.com)
Mar 28
This weekend, Galloway challenges his ban in court. On Monday, he will be heard by audiences across the country, galvanized by Jason Kenney's clumsy attack on free speech. (http://defendfreespeech.ca)
Mar 27
In this last video from the Who R U? series, a look at the emergence of citizen journalism.
Mar 26
HORDE OF TWO is an instrumental group made up of Mecca Normal guitarist David Lester and solo bassist Wendy Atkinson.
Mar 24
Jason Kenney is not backing down from his Vendetta against British MP George Galloway, but his clumsy attack on free speech may backfire against the government. (Image: Tigana)
Mar 23
Jason Kenney, Canada's Minister of Immigration, Citizenship and Multiculturalism, has been sparking provocative analogies of late with his authoritarian actions. (Photo: John Maclennan)
Mar 20
Three days after allowing the war criminal George W. Bush to enter Canada, Immigration Minister Kenney has barred British MP George Galloway, who is due to speak in Toronto Mar. 30.
Mar 18
Sunday was voting day in El Salvador, with Mauricio Funes becoming the first leftist President in the country's history. (Photo: http://indybay.org/)
Mar 16
An international war criminal is making his first trip outside the United States since leaving office, visiting Calgary Tuesday.
Mar 13
The Council of Canadians marked World Water Day yesterday, projecting blue light on the Peace Tower in Ottawa. Maude Barlow was among the speakers. (Photo: Council of Canadians)
Mar 11
Members of the CODEPINK IWD delegation in Gaza. (Photo: http://www.codepink4peace.org/)
Mar 10
We are happy to report that the CODEPINK delegation was allowed into Gaza for International Women's Day. Keep an eye on rabble blogs for all the latest. (Image: Tigana)
Mar 9
Transit-users in Toronto have been treated of late to bus ads by atheists, albeit with a relaxed, somewhat agnostic message. (Photo: Michelle Langlois)
Mar 5
A delegation led by Codepink (Medea Benjamin pictured here with Ann Wright), including rabble.ca publisher Kim Elliott, is on its way to Gaza for International Women's Day. (Photo: Codepink)
Mar 3
The Coen brothers put their skills to work with this spoof of 'clean coal.'
Mar 1
As this spoof of the official poster hints, International Women's Day and Week take on a stronger meaning in a country led by a man who doesn't believe in the 'E' word, equality. (Image: Tigana)
Feb 27
Tita Radilla, from Mexico, will be one of the speakers at a public forum in Ottawa this Saturday hosted by Peace Brigades International (PBI).
Feb 26
Events across Canada will mark the five-year anniversary of the coup against Haiti's democratic government. Last year, Haitians rallied in protest outside the Canadian Embassy.
Feb 25
Winnipeg’s Christine Fellows produced her fourth full-length album, Nevertheless (Six Shooter Records 2007), a stunning collection of songs.
Feb 24
Sean Penn made a strong statement for equal marriage at the Oscars, an echo of the grassroots campaign working to fight the rollback of gay rights in California.
Feb 23
Today is the deadline to tell the CRTC you want net neutrality for Canada. This Parliament Hill rally in May 2008 was part of the ongoing SaveOurNet.ca campaign.
Feb 20
A crowd gathered and waited patiently for a glimpse of President Obama, who visited Ottawa Feb. 19. (Photo: Clayton Thomas-Muller)