Ethan Cox
Editor

An editor and co-founder with Ricochet, Ethan's writing has appeared everywhere from the National Post to The Tyee and from the Toronto Star to Al-Jazeera America. He appears Mondays at noon and Thursday and Friday mornings at 9 on CJAD 800 radio in Montreal, and Tuesday nights at 8 on MaTV's City Life.

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Entrevue exclusive
La situation alarmante des anges gardiens d'Edward Snowden
Ethan Cox
January 9, 2017
Proportional representation
MP’s office calls police over electoral reform action
Ethan Cox
December 14, 2016
Projet leadership`
INTERVIEW: Projet Montréal leadership candidate Val Plante
Ethan Cox
December 2, 2016
Snowden's angels
Exclusive interview: Edward Snowden on 'criminal' treatment of refugees who hid him
Ethan Cox
December 1, 2016
Projet leadership
INTERVIEW: Projet Montréal leadership candidate Guillaume Lavoie
Ethan Cox
November 30, 2016
Making Muskrat right
Government, Indigenous leaders agree on changes to Muskrat Falls project
Ethan Cox
October 26, 2016
Press freedom
INTERVIEW: Journalist Justin Brake risks arrest to get the story at Muskrat Falls
Ethan Cox
October 25, 2016
Climate 101
99 arrests in Ottawa as students confront Trudeau over pipelines
Ethan Cox
October 24, 2016
Municipal politics
EXCLUSIVE: Montreal’s opposition parties in advanced merger talks
Ethan Cox
October 4, 2016
Quebec politics
Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois launches consultation on Quebec’s future
Ethan Cox
September 29, 2016
Pipeline politics
Indigenous tar sands treaty could be Trudeau’s worst nightmare
Ethan Cox
September 22, 2016
Green Party politics
Elizabeth May ordered deputies not to associate with leader of Quebec Greens
Ethan Cox
September 15, 2016
Pipeline politics
NEB scraps Energy East review
Ethan Cox
September 9, 2016
Pipeline politics
Is Trudeau testing the waters for a Kinder Morgan approval?
Ethan Cox
September 7, 2016
Labour
IWW strikes back, and wins, in fight with Montreal restaurant
Ethan Cox
September 5, 2016
Pipeline problems
NEB indefinitely suspends Energy East hearings in Montreal
Ethan Cox
August 29, 2016
Energy East
Montreal NEB hearings postponed after all hell breaks loose
Ethan Cox
August 29, 2016
Systemic racism
Ottawa mayor accuses Desmond Cole of ‘name calling’ over Abdi case
Ethan Cox
August 28, 2016
National Energy Board
Montreal mayor, PQ leader call for emergency suspension of Energy East hearings
Ethan Cox
August 25, 2016
Jumping the shark
B’nai Brith smears rabble.ca with ‘white supremacist’ label
August 24, 2016
Twitterstorm: Tarek Fatah vs. Talib Kweli on Islam and racism
Ethan Cox
August 22, 2016
Free speech and human rights
INTERVIEW: Comic Mike Ward is an asshole, but should that be illegal?
Ethan Cox
June 29, 2016
Civil liberties
Montreal bylaw restricting protests ruled unconstitutional
Ethan Cox
June 22, 2016
Leadership
The NDP needs DiNovo in the race
Ethan Cox
June 7, 2016
Quebec politics
Abrupt resignation of PQ leader Pierre-Karl Péladeau raises questions
Ethan Cox
May 2, 2016
Canada's climate plan
New coalition calls for climate plan based on science, jobs and justice
Ethan Cox
April 21, 2016
Police violence
Left and right agree: Montreal police are out of control
March 4, 2016
2015 student strike
Concordia University accused of bad faith as 2015 strike participants face expulsion
Ethan Cox
March 1, 2016
Democratic primaries
Does Sanders now have more money than Clinton?
Ethan Cox
February 11, 2016
Democratic Primary
All tied up in Iowa: Sanders vs. Clinton comes down to a coin flip
Ethan Cox
February 2, 2016
Democratic primaries
Can Bernie Sanders actually win?
Ethan Cox
January 12, 2016
Free trade and the climate
How can a pipeline company sue Obama for rejecting Keystone XL? It's called Chapter 11
January 8, 2016
The right to protest
Quebec police violated constitutional rights of protesters: judge
Ethan Cox
November 12, 2015
The politics of climate
What does the Keystone XL decision mean for Canada?
Ethan Cox
November 6, 2015
Physician-assisted suicide
Is the right to die with dignity a civil right?
Ethan Cox
October 29, 2015
Media
Andrew Coyne resigns over censored column
Ethan Cox
October 19, 2015
Media
Where in the world is Andrew Coyne?
Ethan Cox
October 18, 2015
Canada Votes 2015
Liberals' TransCanada scandal highlights hypocrisy on climate in current campaign
Ethan Cox
October 17, 2015
Temporary Foreign Workers
Bad government data invites abuse of the TFW program
Ethan Cox
October 8, 2015
Canada Votes 2015
Unifor walk back criticism of NDP for raising Saudi arms deal in debate
Ethan Cox
September 30, 2015
Canada Votes 2015
Will 2015 be the end of the Bloc Québécois?
Ethan Cox
September 19, 2015
Canada Votes 2015
Could free trade become an election issue?
Ethan Cox
September 16, 2015
Energy & Environment
Seismic blasting for oil endangers marine life: report
Ethan Cox
August 24, 2015
Media
Margaret Atwood vs. the National Post
Ethan Cox
August 22, 2015
Canada Votes 2015
Breakdown: First riding-level polls show Conservative support slipping across the country
Ethan Cox
August 21, 2015
Are Canada’s leaders climate deniers?
Ethan Cox
August 10, 2015
It’s time to stop calling climate activists hypocrites
Ethan Cox
July 31, 2015
Just For Laughs on a budget: final weekend
Ethan Cox
July 23, 2015
Comedian Wyatt Cenac has some ideas for America
Ethan Cox
July 22, 2015
NDP clarify Mulcair's comments on Energy East in French-language interview
Ethan Cox
July 16, 2015
Amazon’s Quebec users could face surprise bills
Ethan Cox
July 16, 2015
Liberals and NDP play both sides on proposed Energy East pipeline
Ethan Cox
July 9, 2015
Former Liberal cabinet minister blasts Young Liberal VP for ‘racist’ Roma tweets
Ethan Cox
July 6, 2015
VP of Liberal youth wing tweets opposition to ‘protection’ and ‘benefits’ for minority Roma in Serbia
Ethan Cox
July 4, 2015
Student sit-in targets 'insufficient' climate policies from NDP, Liberals
Ethan Cox
July 3, 2015
New HarperPAC could violate Elections Act
Ethan Cox
June 25, 2015
Harper government is ‘wholly owned subsidiary’ of fossil fuel industry: Bill McKibben
Ethan Cox
June 19, 2015
Ed Broadbent on how the NDP can win this fall
Ethan Cox
June 10, 2015
Printemps 2015
Concordia lied, engaged in ‘predatory behaviour’ during spring strike, alleges statement
Ethan Cox
May 27, 2015
Why Stephen Harper wants to debate in the dark
Ethan Cox
May 16, 2015
Federal NDP surges to lead in new poll: report
Ethan Cox
May 14, 2015
Alberta Votes 2015
What does the NDP’s stunning Alberta win mean for Stephen Harper?
Ethan Cox
May 6, 2015
Alberta Votes 2015
Can Rachel Notley’s NDP win in Alberta?
Ethan Cox
April 30, 2015
Printemps 2015
'Our criminal law system is slipping into a form of oppression': constitutional lawyer
Ethan Cox
April 26, 2015
Alberta Votes 2015
POLL: Alberta New Democrats now in majority government territory
Ethan Cox
April 24, 2015
Printemps 2015
Assault with silly string: Quebec student-striker jailed indefinitely
Ethan Cox
April 21, 2015
Printemps 2015
In Quebec’s strike, students are the real targets of intimidation
Ethan Cox
April 15, 2015
Ten questions for NDP energy critic Guy Caron about Energy East
Ethan Cox
April 12, 2015
Printemps 2015
Montreal professors stare down riot cops
Ethan Cox
April 9, 2015
Printemps 2015
The students strike back: 75,000 protest austerity in Montreal
Ethan Cox
April 3, 2015
Printemps 2015
Strike day in Montreal
Ethan Cox
April 2, 2015
Printemps 2015
EXPLAINER: Will Quebec’s student movement opt for a spring strike or a strategic fallback?
Ethan Cox
April 1, 2015
POLL: Young Canadians more progressive than their elders
Ethan Cox
March 27, 2015
Printemps 2015
Everything you need to know about Quebec’s latest student strike
Ethan Cox
March 26, 2015
Austerity kills: Liberals tumble, Quebec Solidaire gain in new poll
Ethan Cox
March 20, 2015
Canada Votes 2015
Welcome to campaign 2015: surveillance-state edition
Ethan Cox
March 18, 2015
C-51
VIDEO: Mulcair invokes War Measures Act in Montreal speech opposing Bill C-51
Ethan Cox
March 16, 2015
Montreal’s ill-defined ‘anti-radicalization’ centre may threaten civil liberties
Ethan Cox
March 11, 2015
Education
Concordia to review library for ‘inappropriate content’
Ethan Cox
March 7, 2015
Liberal heavy hitters trade the public interest for the oil interest
Ethan Cox
February 4, 2015
civil rights
UBC warns international students not to protest
Ethan Cox
November 28, 2014
Energy & Environment
Kinder Morgan is elephant in room for B.C. Federation of Labour
November 27, 2014
Pipelines
'I'm going to be the best citizen I can be'
Ethan Cox
November 23, 2014
Pipelines
Clayoquot Sound 2.0: Burnaby Mountain
Ethan Cox
November 21, 2014
Energy & Environment
On Burnaby Mountain, resistance is fierce
Ethan Cox
November 19, 2014
Interview
Greenwald on Canada, terrorism and the future of the internet
Ethan Cox
November 8, 2014
Environment
Naomi Klein: Why saving the climate means fighting capitalism
Ethan Cox
October 27, 2014
Climate March
The system is the problem
Ethan Cox
September 24, 2014
Climate March
The new faces of the climate movement
Ethan Cox
September 21, 2014