Sep 4
Expect to see more of the red square in Quebec, regardless of election results.
Expect to see more of the red square in Quebec, regardless of today's election results. (Photo: Alexandre Guédon)
Sep 3
Rallies like this one in Toronto will become a more common sight across Canada.
Rallies like this one in Toronto will become a more common sight across Canada. Photo: oktay(ca) / flickr.
Aug 31
Kim Rivera, seen here with her family, faces a September 20 deportation order.
Aug 30
Photo: NASA Goddard Photo and Video / flickr
News of record low ice cover levels in the Arctic coincided with Stephen Harper's annual northern tour.
Aug 29
Ontario teachers, support staff, parents and other unionists came to Queen's Park on Tuesday with one message for the Premier and his Education Minister: Negotiate. Don't legislate.
Aug 28
Photo: Marie Berne / flickr
Pauline Marois looks like she's on the verge of becoming premier of Quebec.
Aug 27
With just over a week until Quebec votes, rabble.ca's correspondent sat down with Amir Khadir of the upstart Quebec Solidaire.
Aug 24
A mass meeting of workers at the Marikana mine in South Africa.
A mass meeting of workers at the Marikana mine in South Africa earlier this month. (Photo: socialistresistance.org)
Aug 23
Another 'mega manif' took place yesterday with 100,000 people protesting.
Another 'mega manif' took place yesterday with 100,000 people protesting in Montreal. (Photo: Thien V / flickr)
Aug 22
There will be a memorial event for Jack Layton today at Toronto's Nathan Phillips Square, and a number of other events across Canada.
Aug 21
An unidentified woman voiced her opinion at Friday's demonstration.
An unidentified woman voiced her opinion at Friday's demonstration in Toronto protesting Russia's imprisonment of Pussy Riot.
Aug 20
Harper failed to appear at the 2006 AIDS conference.
Mr. Harper and his government have demonstrated a mystifying ambivalence in responding to a challenge that has cost the lives of many millions.
Aug 19
The Executive Director of the Sierra Club wonders why the health impacts of wind turbines are of more concern to this government than the tar sands.
Aug 17
Ecuadoreans protest outside the UK Embassy in Quito. (Photo: Peter Boyle)
Ecuadoreans protest outside the UK Embassy in Quito: "We are sovereign, not a colony." (Photo: Peter Boyle)
Aug 16
From August 24 to September 7, a team of paddlers from the KI Indigenous Nation will venture 400 km beyond the nearest road to travel the ancient trading route from their remote fly-in community.
Aug 15
Mourners observe a moment of silence at Tuesday's homeless memorial vigil.
Mourners observe a moment of silence at Tuesday's homeless memorial vigil in Toronto. (Photo: John Bonnar)
Aug 14
Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Chancellor Angela Merkel.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel visits Canada this week as champion of an austerity policy stance that is failing Europe.
Aug 13
Activists presented Canada with the Fossil award at the Durban UN climate talks.
Activists presented Canada with an 'award' at the Durban UN climate talks in 2011. (Photo: adopt a negotiator / flickr)
Aug 12
Join the Babble Book Club for a discussion of The Wayfinders by Wade Davis today at 12 p.m PT and 3 p.m. ET.
Aug 10
rabble senior contributing editor, Murray Dobbin, reviews Murray Dobbin reviews a new book looking at creative tools for social change
Aug 9
Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois announced his resignation as CLASSE spokesperson late Wednesday.
Aug 8
Photo: Pivotlegal.org
Prisoners have signed a statement against's Harper crime bill.
Aug 7
A candlelight vigil was held last night for victims of the mass shooting.
A candlelight vigil was held last night for victims of the mass shooting of Sikhs in Wisconsin. (Photo: Overpass Light Brigade)
Aug 5
Today's Vancouver Pride Parade is expected to draw over half a million people to downtown Vancouver. Organizing Pride in smaller towns is a different experience.
Aug 3
Tomorrow is the third annual tar sands healing walk.
Tomorrow is the third annual tar sands healing walk. (Photo: http://www.healingwalk.org/)
Aug 2
A protest this April at the BC Legislature. (Photo: jennzebel / flickr)
For some time now, British Columbians have made it clear that they are opposed to the Enbridge pipeline.
Aug 2
The 100th nighttime protest of the Quebec student strike. (Photo: ScottMontreal)
On the same day Jean Charest called an election, over 10,000 people celebrated the 100th nighttime protest of the Quebec student strike. (Photo: ScottMontreal)
Aug 1
Tune in to rabble.ca on Wednesday, August 1, at 10:30 AM Eastern Time for the live broadcast of CEP and CAW press conference, a blueprint for a new union.
Jul 31
Many impacted communities testified at the People's Tribunal. (Photo: Allan Liss
Many impacted communities testified at the People's Tribunal held earlier this month in Guatemala.
Jul 30
On Saturday, July 28, the Counter Olympics Network (CON) held a demonstration.
On Saturday, July 28, the Counter Olympics Network (CON) held a demonstration in London on the first full day of the 2012 Summer Olympic Games.

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