Features
May 19
rabbleTV | In the 1940's, future Nobel Peace Prize recipient Joseph Rotblat took a stand against nuclear weapons. Where does the nuclear anti-proliferation movement stand today?
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May 18 rabbleTV | The four piece pop perfectors from Toronto, The Bicycles, are known for their sparkly live shows filled with catchy two minute tunes that’ll get your heart racing.
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May 18
rabbleTV | Forty years ago, Canada's House of Commons decriminalized homosexuality with the passage of Bill C-150. These MPs share what they think about the legacy of the Bill.
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May 15
rabbleTV | Laura Flanders of GritTV interviews Evo Morales on his policies as President of Bolivia and his thoughts on socialism.
Features
May 14
rabbleTV | After a screening of his new film, Fierce Light, director Velcrow Ripper discussed his work with the Globe and Mail's Liam Lacey at the flagship Roots store in Toronto.
Features
May 12
rabbleTV | During the later part of a mass protest over the weekend, the police became more aggressive with the peaceful protesters. Our flip camera correspondent Mike Yam captured these disturbing images.
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May 11
rabbleTV | A massive protest against the Sri Lankan army for its assault on the Tamil minority took place in Toronto, shutting down a major highway.
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May 7
rabbleTV | Writer, comedian and occasional rabble contributor Charles Demers tells the world how he really feels about newly crowned Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff.
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May 7
rabbleTV | An interview with David Meslin regarding politics, electoral reform, and the STV referendum in BC.

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