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RabbleTV
Sep 16, 2011

Indie Inside: Amai Kuda

Toronto-based activist singer Amai Kuda is releasing her first CD on October 7, 2011, the self-produced album called "Sand from the Sea."
Blog
Aug 31, 2011

Win lunch with Doug Ford!

Michael Stewart
The Toronto Taxpayers Coalition is offering you the chance to win lunch with Doug Ford with an essay on why Toronto should lower its taxes. Here's one hopeful submission.
Blog
Aug 29, 2011

Photos: Continuing Jack's legacy

Jesse McLaren
More than 10,000 people united to honour the life of Jack Layton. The chalk messages and mass gathering show a determination to continue Jack's legacy.
Blog
Aug 24, 2011

Hundreds pay tribute to Jack Layton

John Bonnar
They came to honour the memory of the man as well as the politician. For many, it was a chance to express their feelings about someone who embodied their dreams, hopes and aspirations.
Podcast
Aug 18, 2011
#126 - No activist slowdown for summer

#126 - No activist slowdown for summer

rabble radio
In this podcast: teaching and writing music with women prisoners, the life of a disability activist, and what it means for one street to move from bookshops to bars.
Blog
Aug 18, 2011

Toronto considers a complete ban on panhandling

John Bonnar
It was an issue that was bound to resurface sooner or later. After all, the two previous mayors attempted to sweep the streets clean of homeless and poor people.
RabbleTV
Aug 17, 2011

Keep the TTC public -- Part 1

Privatization of public transit around the world has been a disaster for taxpayers and riders. Toronto should avoid TTC public-private partnerships. Narrated by Canadian actor Eric Peterson.
Blog
Aug 6, 2011

CKLN moves to the Regent Park Media Arts Centre

John Bonnar
Toronto's oldest campus-community radio station will be broadcasting as an Internet radio station by the end of the month in association with the Regent Park Focus Youth Media Arts Centre.

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