TORONTO, June 25 /CNW/ - Independent online news site rabble.ca is offering G8/G20 coverage from both seasoned journalists and citizen media reporting from the ground, from civil society groups and from activist organizations. rabble's G8/G20 coverage - as well as other must read sources for G8/G20 news can be found at: http://rabble.ca/issues/g8-g20
"We are going beyond stories about fake lakes and the tactics of police and protestors," said rabble Publisher Kim Elliott. "We are covering the story from inside the meetings and from outside the fence. We'll be on the ground looking at a number of issues from a broad range of progressive perspectives."
"Earlier this week rabble was one of only three media organizations to attend a press conference given by global trade unions on sustainability and the G8/G20. We think people care about these issues and we will keep track of the under-reported and hidden stories that matter," said Cathryn Atkinson, Features Editor.
On http://rabble.ca/issues/g8-g20 the public can learn how they can share photography, videos, tweets, and news stories to rabble.ca.
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For further information: For further information: Kim Elliott, rabble.ca, Publisher, (613) 282-0410; Cathryn Atkinson, rabble.ca, News and Features Editor, (604) 848-1145