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Mulcair: the NDP's Tony Blair
a victory for the right-wing party bureaucracy
In the same week as 200,000 Quebec students marched against tuition and hundreds of Air Canada workers went on a wildcat strike across the country, the NDP elected ex-Liberal Thomas Mulcair as the new party leader. This marks a further rightward shift in the party, in a quest for power that is increasingly detaching itself from the movements upon which change is based.more
1965: rank-and-file resistance and the birth of public sector unions
Remembering the birth of public sector unions
In 1965 postal workers challenged their leadership, divisions between women/women and anglophone/Quebecois and formed the first public sector unions--providing lessons valuable for today.more
The people vs Putin
Russia's biggest protests in a generation
Reacting to Austerity and electoral fraud, hundreds of thousands of Russians are overcoming their fear of repression and protesting the regime of Vladimir Putinmore
Ottawa-Gatineau mobilizes for May Day
momentum builds for May Day
Over the past three weeks, a fast-growing group of approximately 50 residents and local activists in the Ottawa-Gatineau area have...more
Losing the right to strike
labour rights under attack
The growing attacks on the right to strike show the importance of building solidarity for workers resisting Austerity.more
Anniversary of Iraq War shows what - humanitarian intervention" would mean for Syria or Iran
Don't forget Iraq
The ongoing catastrophe in Iraq shows what -humanitarian intervention- would do it's unleashed on another country.more
1965: rank-and-file resistance and the birth of public sector unions
Remembering the birth of public sector unions
In 1965 postal workers challenged their leadership, divisions between women/women and anglophone/Quebecois and formed the first public sector unions--providing lessons valuable for today.more
Revolution spreads in Syria
Year two of the Syrian revolution
One year after the start of the uprising in Syria, demonstrations are spreading to the capital city, Damascus, and defections from the regime continue.more
CSIS to share information despite risk of torture
Who are the real terrorists?
Harper has given CSIS the go-ahead to provide information to foreign agencies in - exceptional cases," even when there is a - substantial risk" that such information will lead to torture.more
Heiltsuk Nation adds to voices against Enbridge
Indigenous resistance builds opposition to Enbridge
From a march in Vancouver to an upcoming hunger strike, Coast Salish communities are escalating the campaign against Enbridge and their dirty oil pipelines.more

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