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Resist austerity
As the global economic crisis continues to deepen, corporations and governments—from military regimes, to Conservatives, to labour governments—are pushing increasingly...more
The bombs in Afghanistan have landed in Norway
Fascist Anders Behring Breivik has massacred people in Norway, the result of a decade of Islamophobia to justify the war in Afghanistan
A decade of Islamophobia to justify the war in Afghanistan is now spreading violence to the West. Right-wing Islamophobe Anders...more
Support the Quebec student strike
an appeal for solidarity
125,000 Quebec students are on strike against 75% tuition hike. Here's how you can helpmore
International Women's Day March, Toronto
A brief look at IWD Toronto
On March 3, women and men united to demand jobs, public services and an end to women's oppressionmore
No war on Iran
A brief look at Toronto's anti-war rally
The first rally in Toronto against the looming Iran War saw hundreds unite to say -Drop Harper, not bombs-more
Occupy! Women during the 1937 Flint sit-down strike
They changed history, and themselves
The relevance of the history of the Flint strike to today couldn't be clearer. In a time of global economic crisis and Austerity, the example of real solidarity breaking down the barriers between men and women, black and white, immigrant and non-immigrant workers shows the way forward.more
Bad news for pipelines
movement grows against the pipelines
From Prince Rubert to Haida Gwaii, opposition is growing to the catastrophic tar sands pipelinesmore
Mass opposition challenges Tory spying bill
stop tory spying
On February 14, Conservative public safety minister Vic Toews introduced Bill C-30 to Parliament—unofficially titled the “Protecting Children from Internet...more
Library Workers vote to Strike!
Library workers defend jobs and services
On the heels of a 91 per cent strike mandate, CUPE 4948 filed for a 'no board' Report with the Ministry of Labour that, if approved, will set a strike deadline of March 17.more
The battle for the TTC
movement revives public transit debate
A year of organizing against Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has revived the debate around public transit. But this is much more than a fight between subways and light rail. Also at stake is the future of the city and its transit system, as well as democracy in Toronto.more

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