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Mobilizing can stop the Tories
Anti-Ford movement stops Hudak
While sustained protests against Ford derailed Hudak's campaign for Ontario Premier, the NDP missed the wave by campaigning to the centre. The movement will need to continue outside the legislature.more
Pipelines and poverty kill in Kenya
The human price of oil
On September 12 a leaking oil pipeline passing through the densely populated Sinai slum in Kenya exploded, killing more than...more
BP returns for more profits and pollution
BP is back in the Gulf Coast
BP has filed applications to drill new deep-water wells in the Gulf of Mexico. The applications came just one week...more
Feds ignore suicide epidemic in First Nations communities
Feds ignore suicide epidemic in First Nations communities
The willful ignorance of Canadian governments at all levels is perpetuating the cycle of abuse that First Nations people have...more
People with disabilities face cuts, fight back
It's not a question whether Austerity will affect Canadians with disabilities, but a question of when.
Movements in the UK are showing how people with disabilities and their allies can fight back against Austerity measures.more
Blame-the- teacher" agenda threatens education
BC teachers under attack
The BC Public Schools Employers’ Association (BCPSEA) is threatening to lock out the province’s teachers, in response to job action...more
The reality of catastrophic climate change
The future of ecological destruction is now
Through first-hand experience, Parenti brings together the legacy of colonialism, neoliberalism, climate change and imperialist wars.more
Clap hands for the meltdown
the soundtrack for the new depression
If anybody was going to write the soundtrack for the new depression, it was bound to be Ry Cooder.more
Canada rebranded
The Tories re-brand Canada
From wasting money on fighter jets to attacking women's rights, the Tories are making their agenda clear.more
Constitutionally speaking: Quebec and the Supremes
Divide and rule in Canada
It is not, as the judges perceived, the politics of the elite, but the politics of mass struggle among workers in common cause in Quebec and English Canada that will be decisive.more

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