Toronto's van attack tested all of us. And not everyone gets a passing grade.
The Montréal police have a problem with democracy that the new progressive city council should address.
Michelle Guo takes a look at the laws surrounding the use of sniffer dogs in Canada.
Canadian Journalists for Free Expression
The past two years have been devastating for journalism in Canada. CJFE has stepped up on multiple fronts to demand that journalists have protections they need.
Sanctuary Health formed in response to Harper government cuts to refugee health care. They have continued to advocate for undocumented workers and are calling for Vancouver to become a sanctuary city.
Surveillance is unconstitutional and alarming and should concern us all.
With ballooning police budgets and without accountability, most cops might as well be bad cops.
Another news week and rabble.ca bloggers continue to bring nuanced and thoughtful takes on the stories of the week.
Jesse Wente's moving account of being stopped by the police for being Ojibwe, in solidarity with Black Lives Matter.
Why do we need police? It's a provocative question -- but the lies we are told about the threat of racialized bodies are equaled only by the lies we are told about the virtuous role of the police.