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Resistance is happening: fight to win $15 and Fairness
A victory for $15 and Fairness would inspire all other struggles
Over 40,000 students with the support of teachers walked out of their schools across Ontario demanding that the provincial government...more)
Breakthrough for Quebec Solidaire
Left party triples seat count and gets ready to fight the right
The two parties that have traded power in Quebec for generations, the Liberals and the Parti Quebecois, were both kicked...more)
Partial victory for renters, more to come
Organizing in Vancouver reduces rent hikes
September 24, 2018 marks a small but important victory for renters throughout British Columbia. Despite this partial victory, battle for...more)
Saron Gebresellassi for Mayor of Toronto
From Black Lives Matter to $15 and Fairness, she has supported movements for social justice
Unique among Toronto mayoralty candidates with a platform, Saron Gebresellassi has proven credentials supporting ordinary workers, including workers of colour...more)
Ford’s campus speech crusade is an attack on education and community freedoms
Ford is trying to use "free speech" to promote bigotry and privatization, but campus organizing can push back
Ontario Premier Doug Ford is demanding that universities and colleges across the province adopt so-called “free speech” policies, or risk...more)
Report on Business: their morals and ours
From infections to hurricanes, capitalists know how to squeeze out a profit
High on High prices A US pharmaceutical company just raised the price of an essential antibiotic from $474 per bottle...more)
Movie review: Michael Moore exposes the roots of Trumpism
The documentary shows the greed of corporate America and the hope for a better future
Michael Moore's new documentary "Fahrenheit 11/9" asks the seemingly simple question "How the fuck did this happen?" By "this", of...more)
Thousands take to the streets to demand action to tackle climate change during Quebec Election
Quebec solidaire is amplifying the climate justice movement's demands for change
On Saturday, a large demonstration took place in Montreal where thousands of people showed up to demand protection of the...more)
Ford and the fight for $15 and fairness
The same organizing strategy that won partial victory on $15 and fairness can defend and extend the gains
The situation looks dire. On Sept 7 the Chamber of Commerce called the immediate repeal of all of 148. On...more)
Quebec election watch: mid-campaign, the tide turns
CAQ is trying to whip up racism to promote austerity, but QS is rising in the polls as a left alternative
Coverage of the Quebec election campaign in English Canada has focused on the big issue of contention thrown into the...more)
Solidarity with Serena Williams
She's exposing the racist and sexist double standards in sports
As a life-long tennis fan, I’ve seen Serena Williams dominate the sport for the last twenty years, from a 19-year-old...more)
Support free and accessible transit in Ottawa and across Canada
An alliance of riders and drivers is pushing for free mass transit to address the climate crisis
At $3.50, fares for Ottawa’s public transit service OC Transpo are the most expensive of any major city in Canada...more)
The August job numbers: Beyond the big business spin
The 1% want to kill bill 148 by falsely claiming it hurts workers
The August job numbers are out and on the face of it they look grim for the workers of Ontario...more)
Kaepernick and Nike: it’s the message not the merch
That Nike sided with the sidelined quarterback rather than the NFL shows the broad support for his anti-racist actions
Last week, after over a year in NFL wilderness, Colin Kaepernick, the former Super Bowl starting quarterback for the San...more)
Quebec solidaire on Labour Day : 15$ is possible
By Chantal Sundaram Labour Day is not an important political day in Quebec. Quebec unions march on May 1st, historically...more)
Sex ed curriculum: teachers resist Ford’s bullying
Teachers ar resisting "retraining" in an old non-inclusive curriculum
In response to the ill-informed fears of his socially conservative base, Doug Ford’s reactionary Conservative government has “repealed” the 2015...more)
Ten reasons why you should volunteer for Jean Swanson’s ‘City We Need’ campaign
Join a grassroots campaign connected to movements for a better world
In Vancouver this fall, there’s an inspiring campaign happening. A group of activists running for city council on the COPE...more)
Impeachment won’t save you
Switching from Trump to Pence is no solution, only movements bring real change
With the walls closing in ever quicker on President Donald Trump, many well-meaning people feel a sense of incoming relief...more)
Québec solidaire campaigns for a “transition énergétique”
QS supports movements against austerity and for climate justice
The Québec election campaign officially kicked off August 23, with polls on October 1. Only Québec solidaire (QS) is campaigning...more)
Bernier’s goal: drag the country to the right
He might disunite the right, but he will give more confidence to racists
In the space of a few short summer weeks, Maxime Bernier has gone from grousing about how the government protects...more)
The bosses lie. Ontario wants $15 and Fairness
Bogus claims of higher wages causing job losses should boost the campaign to defend $15 and fairness
The Fight for $15 and Fairness has worked hard to mobilize working class people across Ontario to fight for decent...more)
Attack on sex ed is an attempt to reinforce oppression
Teachers are supporting students and fighting Ford
A province-wide campaign opposing the Ford government’s attack on the progressive sex education curriculum has been gathering momentum. School boards...more)
Hull nurses stage second sit-in against austerity
The combination of job action and the electoral alternative QS can rebuild healthcare
On August 4, when a nurse at the Gatineau Hospital in Hull was told she needed to stay after a...more)
Poisoned people fight for clean water and environmental justice
The book documents government and corporate complicity, and the fight for environmental justice
Detroit journalist Anna Clark comes honestly to her knack for documenting resistance by ordinary people to injustice. Her great-grandfather was...more)
Fighting Ford’s attacks on democracy
The anger against Bill 5 can help strengthen workers struggles against changes to sex ed and to defend Bill 148
On Thursday, August 16, the Toronto and York Region Labour Council held a meeting to oppose Doug Ford’s plan to...more)

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