Blog August 2
David J. Climenhaga | When Sonya Savage said "the lies end now," was the energy minister referring to what the CEOs of the oil giants have to say? Or just those pesky foreign-funded environmentalists?
Blog August 2
Mercedes Allen | Trans human rights protections were never meant to be used to force cis women to touch a penis that they did not consent to. But here's the secret: they don't.
Blog August 2
David J. Climenhaga | Should the Appeal Court uphold the injunction, it will be interesting to see which is more important to the UCP: preserving the federal Tories' election chances, or pursuing their own radil agenda.
Blog August 2
Leo Gerard | As he retires from his job as president of the United Steelworkers, Leo Gerard looks back at his half century in the trade union movement and makes the se for why unions are needed more than ever.
Columnists August 2
Rick Salutin | Sprouts of hope, like the larger monarch sightings this year, have been nurtured by human effort, some governmental, some non-profit, or just individuals who plant milkweed in their backyards.
Podst August 1
Victoria Fenner | The Reconciliation Book Club is off and running. Listen to Pam Palmater's hopes for the book club, the response so far, and why she chose YouTube as the host for the club.
Blog August 1
rabble staff | We are at an important midpoint in our summer fundraiser, and we'd like to thank you for continuing to be a part of our story.
Blog August 1
Brent Patterson | A rebellion against our extinction and the winning of a Green New Deal means challenging the spectacle of burning jet fuel for entertainment.
Columnists August 1
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | Over 150 environmentalists and land defenders were murdered in 2018, according to a new report titled "Enemies of the State? How governments and business silence environmental defenders."
Blog August 1
David J. Climenhaga | Support for the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council's peer-reviewed grant applition-review process appears to cross politil lines.
Columnists August 1
Linda McQuaig | As the debate over climate change intensifies, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney's refusal to shine the spotlight on the real foreign meddlers grows ever more absurd.
Columnists August 1
Victoria Henry, Digital Freedom Update | While the Liberals mpaigned on a promise to reform notorious spying bill C-51, they just tinkered at the margins while introducing a host of new problems.