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Fighting the normalization of right-wing ideology, from Ford to Kenney

Politics in Canada Sometime in January, a list, a very long list, documenting all the attacks by Doug Ford's government on Ontario's social services, safety nets and support systems began to take shape on my Facebook profile page. Somewhere around...

Justice and security for Palestinians is the way to peace in Gaza

US Politics World Christians the world over look to the Holy Land this week as they celebrate Easter and the resurrection of Jesus, while Jews around the globe observe Passover, recalling their exodus from slavery in ancient Egypt. Current event...

To understand the climate crisis, look to Indigenous stories

Julie Cruikshank Today is Earth Day, an event that becomes more important every year as the climate crisis escalates. Our collective failure to address climate change makes it clear that mainstream society needs to think about nature differently. ...

Will you help us celebrate our 18th birthday with a gift?

April 18, 2019 Will you help celebrate rabble’s 18th birthday? Eighteen years old may make us an elder in Internet years, but rabble has proudly kept our rebellious streak going and we are celebrating! ...

Jobs! Pipelines! Help is on the way! Or ... maybe not: Election hot takes from Alberta

David J. Climenhaga Tuesday night's Alberta election results pretty well put paid to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's "Grand Bargain" with Alberta on climate change, the terms of which were basically that the province could have a pipeline to tidew...