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Eight years of rabble.ca


 

To mark rabble.ca’s eighth birthday the website’s publisher Kim Elliott (who is the partner of Vancouver NDP MP Libby), convened a panel at the University of Toronto to discuss “What’s Wrong With Canada’s Newspapers?” Below is Elliott (left) with rabble.ca board member Duncan Cameron and author/journalist Linda McQuaig who was one of the panelists.

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The other speaker was author and journalist Peter C. Newman.

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Duncan Cameron and Linda McQuaig.

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Wayne MacPhail from rabble.ca

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The rabble.ca interns.

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Multi media guy Justin Stayshyn twittered the event.

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Eight years of rabble.ca

  1. It’s the crude, dude.

  2. It’s an odd kind of rabble. As progressives, they advocate the expansion of government into Canadians’ lives. A pro-establishment rabble.

    Pure doublespeak … but what the heck, hypocrisy and deception are the stock-in-trade of politics.

  3. Ah. The good people.
    Bookmark it.
    Never to be seen again until the CLC buys MacLeans.

  4. OMG : Michel is slipping!!!

    There is no picture or comment on Justin Trudeau .

    The previous 2 weeks we had the honor of reading about Justin.

    Enough already : find another MP to report on!!!!

  5. Surgite, opressi orbis terrarum!
    Surgite, adesurientes!
    Sonat ratio cantu tubarum
    Aevi huius cineres.

    Tabula fiat nobis rasa —
    Io Spartaci omnes surgite!
    Et saecla iniquitates passa
    Tandem praecipite!

    proelio in compurgando
    disponamur sic ut cras
    gentem quae vivit laborando
    victricem videas!

    • It’s strangely appropriate to see The Internationale written in a dead language.

      • Believe it or not, mine is not the only Latin version.

  6. If you look real closely, I think Newman’s hearing aid is turned off.

  7. Rabble.ca is a small bastion of sheeple with with their heads firmly planted in the sand. Looking at the pictures it looks like 8 people showed up for the 8 year anniversary which aptly signifies rabble.ca ‘s importance.