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"You are fighting for all workers"
NDP leader Jagmeet Singh supports striking hotel workers
NDP leader Jagmeet Singh joined hotel workers picket line in Vancouver
NDP leader Jagmeet Signh was greeted like a rock star this weekend when he visited the picket lines of Unite...more)
A vote for Singh and the NDP is a blow against bigotry
The 2019 federal election has been defined by two issues: climate change and racism. Climate activists know the two issues...more)
No to war! No to Turkish state’s military operation in Northern Syria (Rojava)!
Peace in Turkey, peace in Northern Syria, peace in Kurdistan!
The consensus between the Trump government in the US and the AKP-MHP alliance - the alliance between the ruling Justice...more)
Lack of ideas, not violence, pulls the Joker down
A stellar performance goes to waste in a reactionary film.
Todd Phillip’s new film Joker is about the birth of the iconic Batman villain whom we have seen in several...more)
Election 2019: Vote NDP, fight for the planet
Editorial: Vote NDP, but fighting to save the planet is the true test of democracy
The massive turnout across Canada for the Student Strike for the Planet has put two things in sharp perspective.. First,...more)
Climate strikes and beyond - How we win
The global student climate strikes, along with Extinction Rebellion (XR) mass civil disobedience have had a huge impact. The clear...more)
500,000 march in Montreal: Quebec and Climate Justice
Why is Quebec ahead on climate change?
Last March, Montréal had the largest turnout in the world on the international day of protest that became the precursor...more)
A million climate justice protesters can't be wrong: system change now!
Over one million people came out to demonstrations on September 27th showing the broad commitment to climate justice across the...more)
Victory on Church Street: Love not hate makes our city great
Victory over the far-right on LGBTQ rights
With the rise of right wing groups in many areas of the country the LGBTQ community in Toronto showed exactly...more)
Tashme authors confront racism past, present
A new play examines Canada's history of Japanese internment
Actors and creators Julie Tamiko Manning and Matt Miwa, both half-Japanese-Canadian, third and fourth generation respectively, met while doing a...more)
Stop incarceration for profit: Rhode Island protesters say no to private prisons
The following is by Maurice Methot of Providence, Rhode Island, participant in ongoing protests against Trump's policy of detention of...more)
Blackface reaction reveals Canada’s racist core
The federal election campaign still has a month to go and we have already reached peak hypocrisy. Today I witnessed...more)
Election 2019: mainstreaming hate
The decision to invite Bernier to national debates plays into the hands of white supremacists
The decision by the official Leaders Debate Commission to invite Maxime Bernier to televised debates is a disgrace, helping to...more)
Against Xenophobia! For Working People’s Unity!!
a joint statement of International Socialist Tendency organisations in Africa
Recently right wing forces in South Africa have taken advantage of high unemployment and economic hardship to stir up xenophobic...more)
Sports reports: Trump finds diamonds in the rough
The Pentagon bails out Trump's failing golf resort
Donald Trump is famous for being an avid golfer, and infamous for cheating to improve his score . Caddies at...more)
Racism and the New Brunswick NDP defections
The NDP in New brunswick took a hit this week when 14 members quit the party to join the Green...more)
Why labour should support the climate strike
The labour movement must join theclimate strikes and push for the green new deal.
The climate strike scheduled for September 27th in Canada is part of a world-wide mobilization intended to take on the...more)
Protests across Britain against Johnson’s suspension of parliament
Huge demonstrations demanding a general election in the UK
Over 70 protests took place across Britain on Saturday against Boris Johnson’s suspension of parliament and his attempt to avoid...more)
Jakarta is sinking: casualty of climate change
Climate change threatens cities around the world. Jakarta is the first to be abandoned.
Jakarta is one of the world’s great cities. The capital of Indonesia is home to about 10 million people. The...more)
How Climate Strikes can win
Student strikes for the planet are symbolically important, and civil disobedience like that organized by XR is a powerful motivator, but it will require mass strike action by workers to win the change we need on climate change.
The global student climate strikes, along with Extinction Rebellion (XR) mass civil disobedience have had a huge impact. The clear...more)
Extinction Rebellion activist speaks: troublemakers can change the world
Howard Breen tried to arrest the Liberal Environment Minister for crimes against humanity–then he was arrested by the RCMP. He tells his story
Howard Breen is a veteran activist and member of Extinction Rebellion Vancouver Island. On August 19 he was arrested while...more)
The looming Trump Slump
The Chosen One looks for answers.
Trump or no Trump, capitalism is stuck in a cycle of increasingly shallow booms and deep slumps.
In 2009 the late British Marxist Chris Harman published a book called Zombie Capitalism . When he began writing the...more)
Kenney & Ford: Tories on the take
In Alberta the newly elected United Conservative government of Jason Kenney is under a barrage of charges detailing election fraud...more)
The Reality of Revolution
Revolution is not an abstraction. Revolutionary struggles are breaking out around the globe.
Far too often the word revolution is followed with a conversation about theory or examples from past history. However this...more)
Canadian Forces and the far-right
A brief history for far-right organizing in Canada's military
Authorities are scrambling to distance the Canadian Forces from a Winnipeg army reservist who has been found recruiting for a...more)

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