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Oct 9, 2015

After the sands: Demand less

Gordon Laxer
In this final instalment of exclusive excerpts from Gordon Laxer's new book After the Sands: How to survive a resource-limited future.
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Oct 8, 2015

After the sands: Pipelines or pipe dreams

Gordon Laxer
In today's excerpt from Gordon Laxer's After the Sands: Pipelines were once thought of as merely ways to convey oil and natural gas. No longer. They now convey controversy.
News
Oct 6, 2015

NAFTA and proportionality: A devil's bargain

Gordon Laxer
This week we're featuring an excerpt a day from Gordon Laxer's new book After the Sands. Today: how Canada squanders its advantage when it comes to our oil resources.
News
Oct 15, 2014
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Long Live Occupy: Occupy, three years later

Judy Rebick
On the third anniversary of a Canada-wide march in solidarity with Occupy protestors, Judy Rebick presents the first piece in a rabble.ca series on what has sprung from the Occupy movement.
News
Jul 29, 2014
Photo: flickr/OTA Photos

Debunking the Bogeyman: The power of the media pundits

Joyce Nelson
In 2012, Harper was (loudly) musing about cutting $24 billion to deal with the deficit (that he created). But even the CRAs said the cuts weren't necessary! The pundits? They didn't say a thing.
News
Jul 29, 2014

UP! Left Front changing Vancouver politics

Michael Stewart
In Vancouver, activists from all manner of grassroots movements have organized themselves under a socialist banner called the "Left Front," and they're aiming to change the face of municipal politics.
News
Jul 15, 2014

UP! We are labour. We are Oshawa.

Tiffany Balducci
Jesse Cullen
In one of the birthplaces of the Canadian labour movement, We Are Oshawa is reconnecting with its namesake's deep social unionist roots.

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