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The dead end of Canadian nationalism
Blame Canada's 1%
From climate justice to good jobs, movements need to avoid the dead end of Canadian nationalism, which blames economic and ecological problems on Americans. The results are xenophobic slogans distracting from Canada's 1% and ignoring indigenous sovereignty.more
Working-class organizing
How do we build a fighting labour movement
From the Occupy movement, to anti-cuts organizing, to picket line support, there are recurring debates about how to harness the power of workers in the fight against Austerity.more
Tar Sands: capitalist disaster
an in-depth look at Canada's ecological nightmare
John Bell looks at the colossal impact of the tar sands, the growing indigenous-led opposition, the tory smear campaign, and their links to BigOilmore
Caterpillar worker speaks out against lockout
Interview with Caterpillar workers
As activists debate the future of the Caterpillar lockout, Melissa Graham interviews two of the workers involved.more
Washington threatens reprisals against Nicaragua's voters
interview with a member of the Sandanistas
As the US threatens reprisals against Nicaragua for their latest democratic election, John Riddell asks about the progress and shortcomings so far.more
US welcomes Yemen's dictator to the Ritz-Carlton
Humanitarian intervention for Yemen's dictator
While the US justifies its escalating threats towards Syria and Iran on the basis of human rights and democracy, its...more
How can the Egyptian Revolution win?
Egyptian revolutionary talks about the future of the revolution
Revolutionary Socialist and blogger Gigi Ibrahim discussed the Egyptian revolution and how it can winmore
Transit city: back from the dead
Did Rob Ford have the authority to cancel Transit City?
A recent legal opinion has called into question whether millionaire mayor Rob Ford had the authority to cancel Transit City,...more
Pension's in Harper's crosshairs
Stephen Harper sparked a firestorm in late January, when he warned Canadians to expect sweeping changes to their pensions.
Stephen Harper's proposed changes to OAS (including raising the retirement age) have sparked a backlash that has caught the Tories off guard.more
Time to put aside infantile things
How to build a campaign to the Keystone?
In January, Barack Obama declared that, for the present time, the Keystone Pipeline would not receive federal approval. The Keystone project was led by TransCanada Pipeline, and would have pumped Alberta Tar Sands syncrude to refineries in Texas.more


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