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Challenging back to work legislation
The frustration and anger hit a boiling point when postal workers were legislated back
In December, Doug Ford called an emergency session of the Ontario legislature to pre-emptively legislate power workers back to work...more)
All nations united with Wet'suwet'en
Around the world, thousands joined rallies to defend the Wet'suwet'en from the RCMP
January 8 th marked an international day of action in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en nation as the RCMP began their...more)
Take the path of most resistance
Building on the struggles in 2018, let's make 2019 a year of victories.
The fault-lines are clearer than ever. In 2018, the world got a lot more dangerous – but it also offered...more)
Climate action: governments stall while the people rise up
Around the world, more and more people are fighting to prevent climate chaos, and demanding radical action from governments
In a tragic recreation of Nero fiddling while Rome burns, we see our governments using carbon taxation as the panacea...more)
Ford’s attack on Ontario’s poorest intensifies
Forcing people off of social assistance and into precarious employment in the midst of a housing crisis won’t move people out of poverty.
Just a couple of months ago people in Ontario living on social assistance waited with bated breath while Ford’s Social...more)
Climate Crisis Accelerating – Radical Action Required
The richest 10% are responsible for almost half of total lifestyle consumption emissions.
The working class, not the market, is the key to solving the climate crisis
Dire warnings from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released last month have reignited debates over who is to blame...more)
Vision’s ghost haunts Vancouver’s 2019 budget
Budget gives whopping increase to police
On December 18 th 2018, Vancouver city council voted to approve the 2019 Capital and Operating Budget. One section of...more)
Climate economy: what could just transitions mean?
Interview with Bruno Dobrusin
The Toronto Good Jobs for All (GJFA) Coalition is busy planning a round table in early 2019 that will involve...more)
Hands off Unist'ot'en! Respect Indigenous sovereignty
Emergency solidarity actions oppose Trans-Canada injunction
TransCanada has filed an injunction for the forceful removal of the Indigenous re-occupation of Unist’ot’en territory. This is the company...more)
'Songs of Resistance 1942 – 2018' Review
Anti-Fascist anthems for the Trump age
Marc Ribot may not be a household name in the music world, though fans of rock and the New York...more)
Stop Mohamed Harkat’s deportation to torture
Sign the petition now!
The federal government is pushing to deport Mohamed Harkat to torture. The matter is urgent and imminent. Harkat, a United...more)
Solidarity action blockades South Central in Toronto
Solidarity actions continue to defend workers rights
Trade union members from CUPE, OPSEU, Steelworkers, teachers’ unions and community members blockaded South Central letter sorting plant in Toronto...more)
T'karonto Rallies to Support Unist’ot’en Camp
“Can’t drink oil. Leave it in the soil.”
In solidarity with the Unist’ot’en Camp, about 100 activists in T’karonto protested downtown on December 10 at the RBC Centre...more)
Mobilizing Wins a Victory for Renters in Vancouver!
Vancouver activists secure a victory over renovictions
On Tuesday, December 4th, something unprecedented happened: renters won a significant victory against big business landlords in Vancouver with the...more)
Sound the Alarm: Urgence climatique, courage politique
Thousands march in Montreal as COP24 meets in Poland
Around 4000 people participated in another climate march organized by the citizen-led group La Planète s’invite au Parlement on December...more)
Google and Censorship: Interview with Jack Poulson, former Google research scientist
Jack Poulson is a tech worker and former senior research scientist at Google. He joined the company in 2016, and...more)
‘Extinction Rebellion’ bridge occupation in Victoria
Inspired by the ‘Extinction Rebellion’ bridge occupations last month in London, England, over 300 people heeded a call to occupy...more)
Franco-Ontarians to Ford: Nous sommes, nous serons ! #RespectFranco
Nous sommes, nous serons: We are, we will be. If you’ve learned French in school, that’s verb conjugation. If you’ve...more)
Solidarity with postal workers builds across the country
Cross-country day of action shows willingness to fight Liberals' back-to-work legislation
On Saturday December 1 st , solidarity actions with postal workers took place across the country opposing the federal government...more)
Corporate Canada wages war on workers - emergency response needed
Labour movement needs a new radical strategy to combat the employer offensive
In the span of the past month Corporate Canada and their political allies the Liberals and Tory parties have waged...more)
Defy Trudeau – Defend workers’ right to strike!
Solidarity picket at Canada Post depot in Hamilton, Ontario
Solidarity pickets have sprung up across Canada and Quebec to defy Trudeau's back to work legislation
Across Canada and Quebec workers are organizing to defeat Trudeau’s back to work legislation. On Tuesday November 28 the legislation...more)
Review: Parquet Courts – Wide Awake
Parquet Courts explicitly set out to create a political record that did not come off as corny or disingenuous.
With a deft lyrical hand and high energy, Parquet Courts' 2018 release Wide Awake! captures the insecurity of our moment...more)
From the “Battle of the Hatpins” to Ford: Over one hundred years of Tory attacks on Franco-Ontarians
Resistance to Ford’s attack on Franco-Ontarians continues to build
As part of a many-pronged attack on equity and minority rights in Ontario this fall, Doug Ford’s government went after...more)
Doug Ford's cabinet shuffle
It didn't take long for Ford's government to start showing it's scandalous true colours
All is not well in the Doug Ford camp. The Ontario Premier announced a cabinet shuffle just days after the...more)
Solidarity with the Unist'ot'en, Shut down the Coastal GasLink
Join the fight against TransCanada and shut this third pipeline down.
On November 19th, the Unist'ot'en received notice from TransCanada that “field reconnaissance and pre-construction activities are scheduled to begin the...more)

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