Book Review
Oct 22, 2010
On the Farm: Robert William Pickton and the Tragic Story of Vancouver's Missing Women

On The Farm gives voice to Pickton's victims

Helen Polychronakos
In this rabble exclusive interview Helen Polychronakos speaks to Stevie Cameron, author of On The Farm, about the missing women of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside and the Pickton case.
Book Review
Oct 14, 2010
The Punishment of Gaza

Gideon Levy on the Gaza siege

On his recent Canadian speaking tour Gideon Levy discusses his new book and a bleak future for Gaza.
Apr 27, 2010

Decoder - Episode 6

This episode - bloggers and publication bans....bloggers to robots. Should journalists worry? And what about reality TV? Is it really real? And more importantly, is it journalism?
Mar 15, 2010
Introducing Humberto DaSilva, the winner of's Not Rex Murphy competition. Check out his Rexless rant!

The winner of the Not Rex contest

rabble staff
Introducing Humberto DaSilva, the winner of's Not Rex Murphy competition. Check out his Rexless rant!
Feb 17, 2010 editor is CBC Literary Awards finalist

rabble staff
Squamish-based writer and editor Cathryn Atkinson has been named as a finalist in the short story category of the 2009 CBC Literary Awards for her story "The Nonsense of Waiting."
Jan 29, 2010

History in the making

Anna Delaney
James Jackson
Marika Motawalla
Joel Tiller
What used to be a necessity is now a lifestyle. When people build, sew and bake they are making a conscious choice to return to their maker roots. Here are the stories of some modern day makers.
Jan 5, 2010

Globe's pro-business reporting example of bad journalism

Nick Fillmore
Reporters at the country's most prominent business news publication, the Globe's Report on Business, are at it again -- distorting an important issue: the possible sale of Ontario Crown corporations.
Nov 6, 2009

Indie media's moment

The economic downturn has been hard on both independent and corporate media. But now there's an opportunity for independent media outlets to chip away at mainstream media's market share.
Oct 27, 2009

Bonuses for Canwest bosses?

Gary Engler
When Canada’s largest media conglomerate filed for court protection against creditors for a portion of the company on Oct. 6, laid-off employees lost severance pay, while some bosses got bonuses.
Sep 21, 2009

Canadian newswomen shut out of primetime

Alex Samur
While the U.S., U.K. and Australia have moved to introduce solo female news readers on primetime weeknight newscasts, there are currently no women featured on English Canada's national newscasts.
Sep 7, 2009

Kambakhsh free at long last

Dave Markland
Afghan journalism student Pervez Kambakhsh has finally been released from prison by the Karzai government.


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