Jul 19
Thoughts from Saturday's Civil Liberties rally in Toronto.
Jul 16
Wasn't the G8 supposed to be about maternal health? Humberto da Silva reports from Massey Centre for Women in Toronto where workers have been forced to strike.
Jul 15
Thousands call for G20 public inquiry last week. There are more rallies this weekend. Photo: John Bonnar
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Jul 14
Kevin Neish and Farooq Burney share their accounts of the flotilla raid that killed nine and Israeli detention.
Neish and Farooq Burney share their accounts of the flotilla raid that killed nine and Israeli detention.
Jul 13
Men and women, young and old, gay and straight, union and non-unionists came to the exact spot, where two weeks ago the designated protest zone turned into the designated arrest zone. Photo: John Bonnar
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Jul 12
The untold story of the Toronto G8 / G20 Summit.
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Jul 9
Sergeant Credit D. Fault (aka Jim Stanford), takes bankers to bootcamp for a crash course in financial literacy.
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Jul 8
Canadian singer-songwriter Zack Borer recently finished recording his new EP 'Dollars Spent on Nothing.'
The Canadian singer-songwriter recently finished recording his new EP 'Dollars Spent on Nothing.'
Jul 7
Toronto Pride 2010: How the campaign to pinkwash Israeli apartheid backfired.
How the campaign to pinkwash Israeli apartheid backfired at Toronto Pride.
Jul 6
The annual Toronto Pride Parade was held Sunday afternoon. Photo: John Bonnar.
The annual Toronto Pride Parade was held Sunday afternoon.
Jul 5
An arrest at Queen's Park during the G20 protests on Sat. June 26, 2010. Photo by Ben Powless
Activist Ben Powless: 'Police carried out a dangerous form of collective punishment.'
Jul 2
On his first day as a resident of Toronto, Dan Hamilton was a bystander during a protest when he was caught with his boyfriend in a mass arrest for 'breaching the peace.'
'Gay people were kept in a separate cage...'
Jul 1
After the crowd stops to sing "Oh Canada" during a a peaceful G20 protest at Queen and Spadina the Toronto police charge.
Happy Canada Day from rabble.ca.
Jun 29
After the widely condemned police brutality during the G20 Summit in Toronto, crowds gathered for a protest in front of Police Headquarters in Toronto on Monday, June 28, 2010. Naomi Klein spoke to them there.
Crowds gathered to protest G20 police behaviour in front of police headquarters in Toronto on Monday, June 28.
Jun 29
Journalist Jesse Rosenfeld.
Independent freelance Jesse Rosenfeld was writing for The Guardian newspaper when G20 security beat him up and arrested him.
Jun 28
A man arrested during the G20 Summit in Toronto and held at 629 Eastern Avenue is released on Sunday, June 27. Photo: Kristin Hanson.
Roughly 900 people have now been arrested, the largest mass arrest in Canadian history.
Jun 27
Peaceful protest was the order of the day for most of Saturday's march. Photo: Ariel Estulin/flickr
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Jun 26
This is what a rubber bullet wound looks like. Photo: Yee Guan Wong.
Police waited over 30 minutes, until major damage had been done to property. I have been in demonstrations in Canada, the U.S., Europe and South America, I have never seen such a dereliction of duty.
Jun 26
An anti-riot policeman grabs a protester by the wrist during the anti-poverty protest on Friday in Toronto. Up to 10,000 protesters are expected to gather at Queen's Park today at 1 p.m. EST. Photo: Kristen Hanson.
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Jun 25
Watch Live Now: Shout Out for Global Justice!
Exclusive livestream -- Council of Canadians Shout Out for Global Justice! Click on rabbletv.
Jun 25
Police and security oversee Thursday's march for indigenous rights. Photo: John Maclennan.
John Bonnar's audio blog of Thursday's march for indigenous rights.
Jun 24
Massey Hall, the scene for Shout Out for Global Justice! on June 25. Photo: Carleen Pickard/Council of Canadians
The Council for Canadians brings together world leaders in social justice and the environment for Shout Out for Global Justice! Join us at Massey Hall Friday or watch exclusive livestream on rabble.
Jun 23
Robert Lovelace
Professor Robert Lovelace addressing an audience at the People's Summit in Toronto. (Photo: Kristen Hanson)
Jun 22
Toronto G20 security
Toronto prepares for G20 lockdown‎. Photo: Kristen Hanson
Jun 21
Ruth Scalplock, a 66-year-old residential school survivor, came from Alberta's Siksika Nation to Winnipeg to attend the opening of the Truth and Reconciliation Hearings. 'I want to support the survivors,' she says.  Photo: Kaj Hasselriis.
Many travelled hundreds of miles to take part in the five-day Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Winnipeg, but only about 10 per cent made official statements about the abuse they suffered.
Jun 19
Five of the hundreds of police charged with G20 Summit security check in at Toronto’s downtown Delta Chelsea Hotel. Meanwhile, The People's Summit takes place this weekend. Photo: Kristen Hanson
Five of the hundreds of police charged with G20 Summit security check in at Toronto’s downtown Delta Chelsea Hotel. Meanwhile, The People's Summit takes place this weekend. Photo: Kristen Hanson
Jun 17
This Magazine & rabble.ca co-host a panel discussion on the G8/G20’s agenda on global maternal health. Journalist Antonia Zerbisias reflects on Prime Minister Harper's attack on women and feminism.
Jun 16
Tonight!
Jun 15
Indigenous challenges to RBC's tar sands policy, Toronto. March 4, 2010 Photo: Rainforest Action Network
'Indigenize' describes an understanding of the process of changing our thinking and relationships to acknowledge our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual inter-connectedness.
Jun 14
Filmmaker Claudia Medina on 'Life After Growth'
The filmmaker talks about the state of the world economy and the value of the movement towards de-growth in the world.

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