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Support Alberta health care wildcats!
I read a quote the other day which stayed with me, ”Hope has two daughters, anger and courage”. It aptly...more
Action Alert: Fight for Public Health Care Now!
I attended the Ontario Health Coalition conference this weekend as a unionized front line health worker. Over three hundred registered...more
Justice for Abdirahman Abdi!
“Today there was no conviction, but conviction remains in our hearts“ These words were spoken at a media conference and...more
Action alert: Support Mi’kmaq Treaty Rights & Livelihood
“Systemic Racism At Its Finest.” - Chief Mike Sack of Sipekne'katik First Nation Members of the Sipekne'katik First Nation have...more
Dignity for Migrant Workers
“Ride for Rights” demonstration in August 2020 highlighting the demands for justice for migrant workers, such as safe housing, open work permits, and pathways to permanent residency.
Provincial and Federal governments endanger migrant workers
The title comes from the name of a non-profit organization based in Vancouver, BC – Dignidad Migrante Society . It...more
Fighting the GM closure in Oshawa: Company Town review
New documentary chronicles the struggle of GM workers
Company Town, available to view on CBC Gem, is a fascinating and heartbreaking look at the struggle in Oshawa to...more
Flu shot follies – normalizing private health care
In response to a social media ad for Loblaws, offering the flu shot without appointment at its grocery stores, one...more
Capitalism, Covid & Climate Chaos.
Session 1 of Socialism in a time of pandemic
Capitalism, Covid & Climate Chaos. Session 1 of Socialism in a time of pandemic Speakers: Chantal Sundaram (Ottawa) and Zain...more
Systemic Racism killed Joyce Echaquan
Thousands march calling for #JusticeforJoyce
Joyce Echaquan has been ever present in Quebec since her death on September 28 at a hospital in Joliette, Quebec...more
Fifty years since the “October Crisis”: a not-so-quiet Revolution
Part one in a series marking the 50th anniverasry of the 'October Crisis'
The events of October 1970 are infamous in both English Canada and Quebec for completely different reasons. How should socialists...more

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