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The Toledo Auto-Lite strike of 1934
lessons from history on workers' resistance
The Toledo Auto-Lite strike is a valuable piece of working-class history. Workers, the unemployed and the Toledo community united to...more)
Rank-and-file workers inspire
Rank-and-file resistance
Chicago teachers have shown that public sector workers can take a stand against concessions and the austerity agenda and win...more)
College teachers: good deal or bad deal?
an opportunity to build
College teachers in Ontario with a contract ending on August 31 looked like they would be getting the same hammering...more)
My Leaky Body: health care humanized
A medical and artistic journey
Writer/activist Julie Devaney has dealt with serious health issues, and resultant experiences with the health care system, most of her...more)
Solidarity against McGuinty’s attacks on teachers
Kill Bill 115
Chanting “Kill the Bill,” hundreds of high school students in Ottawa walked out of class and headed over to Dalton...more)
Solidarity against McGuinty’s attacks on teachers
Kill Bill 115
Chanting “Kill the Bill,” hundreds of high school students in Ottawa walked out of class and headed over to Dalton...more)
Statement by the Revolutionary Socialists in Egypt on the anti-Islam video protests
Against sectarianism and imperialism
The Revolutionary Socialists Movement affirms its complete rejection of all attacks on religious sites and symbols, whether Muslim or Christian...more)
September 11 and Islamophobia
Bring Omar home, kick racists out
The evening of September 11, 2012 saw a handful of Jewish Defence League (JDL) members—and a slew of their rent-a-thug...more)
Will BC refinery answer concerns over Enbridge pipeline?
"Local" oil production is a tarry herring
Does the NDP’s support for oil refineries as a means of job creation play into the proposal by BC media...more)
Pussy Riot, fighting more than Putin
Pussy Riot is anti-capitalist, not anti-Russian
Pussy Riot is the latest protest phenomenon in Russia, which is experiencing a year of revolt like many countries around...more)
BCGEU strikers joined by solidarity picketers
occupy the picket lines
September 5 saw 25,000 British Columbia Government Employees Union striking in 153 communities, at more than 700 work sites. The...more)
Quebec election 2012: a major victory for students and the left
The streets shift the ballot box
On September 4, the Quebec Liberals were tossed out of government. The next day, Liberal leader Jean Charest resigned from...more)
CAW-CEP merger: debates and next steps
The CAW-CEP merger will create the largest union, but will it fight?
Two of Canada’s largest and most important private sector unions—the auto workers (CAW) and the communications, energy and paperworkers union...more)
The working class and the labour movement today
the Canadian labour movement and the ability of the working class to resist the austerity agenda.
Labour Day is always a good time to reflect on the past year of struggles, and there have been many...more)
Support the Riveras, stop the deportation of war resisters
Stop the Minister of Censorship and Deportation from striking again
The Harper government is trying to deport US Iraq War resister Kimberly Rivera and her family September 20, the start...more)
Bahrain: tens of thousands march against Western-backed regime
The revolution continues
Tens of thousands marched in the first major protest in months in Bahrain. Pro-democracy protesters chanted anti-regime slogans, and demanded...more)
Inside the Quebec election, a view from the left
Interview with Québec solidaire candidate Benoit Renaud
Benoit Renaud is a member of the National Coordinating Committee of Québec solidaire , and its candidate in the riding...more)
Teacher’s rally shows anger against austerity
Teachers start to fight back
Almost 20,000 elementary school teachers from across Ontario covered the lawns at Queen’s Park in a massive demonstration against the...more)
Memo to Mulcair: Quebec needs solidarity, not opportunism
We need to amplify, and not dampen, solidarity and resistance
As the Quebec student strike was gaining momentum, federal New Democratic Party leader Thomas Mulcair instructed his MPs to not...more)
Thousands protest McGuinty’s attack on education
Ontario teachers mobilize
Public school and college teachers are the first public sector workers to receive the brunt of budget cuts to jobs...more)
Springsteen concert reflects growing struggle
Soundtrack for the struggle
Friday night August 25 at the Sky Dome in Toronto, Bruce Springsteen & the expanded E Street Band led the...more)
Bolivian indigenous communities win nationalization of Canadian mine
victory to indigenous communities
After pressure from indigenous communities, the Bolivian government nationalized the Canadian corporation South American Silver’s mining project in Malku Khota...more)
Communism and the colonies
Marxism and national liberation
The Fourth Congress of the Communist International, or ”Comintern,” in 1922 considered many issues that would be familiar to socialists...more)
Syria: “no-fly zones” will undermine the revolution
Help Syrians by stopping Western intervention
As the Assad regime turns to increasingly brutal methods in a desperate attempt to stay in power, the West is...more)
Chile: public protest against a private education system
Student power, from Quebec to Chile
High school and university students in Chile have been protesting for over a year. Thousands of students have marched through...more)


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