Labrador's indigenous Inuit and Innu are at the forefront of the struggle over the Muskrat Falls hydro project. It is vital that the dissent continue so that the provincial government does not subvert the movement.
The Ontario Liberals have appointed prominent Conservative strategist Hugh Segal to develop a Basic Income pilot project. This plan will be framed in the interests of capital, to eliminate and replace other social assistance programs and lock [...]
A string of broken Liberal election promises have characterized the party's first year in power. These include the pledge to embrace the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples by respecting aboriginal sovereignty, lobbying hard for the [...]
A new report from Oxfam Canada says that addressing the unequal economics of women’s work is essential to closing the gap in earnings and opportunities between women and men, and between rich and poor.
The conflict in Syria has never been a ‘civil war’ between supporters and opponents of the Assad government in Damascus. Rather, from the outset it has been a proxy war, sponsored and financed by U.S./NATO imperialism and its regional allies.
Why do U.S. politics lack the seriousness that is required as it impacts millions of people? The fundamentally capitalist political ideologies of the Democratic and Republican parties offer little different or new to the public. The aims of the two [...]
A selection of stories and voices re-printed in our print edition from publications around the world: Idle No More, the British media & the Iraq invasion, Automation & Socialism, US Arms Profiteering, & Drone Deaths
Today, the reality is self-evident that the FPP “winner take all” system is undemocratic, entrenching the big business parties. A vast and costly electoral machine is required to win ridings. For our Party, democracy is not only about voting, but [...]
Rather than relying on the good graces of the Trudeau or Wynne Liberals, the trade union movement can and must become the catalyst to bring together all sections of the working class into a powerful, fighting united front.
Israeli forces arrested 13 female peace campaigners bringing aid to the besieged Gaza Strip on Oct. 5, after hijacking their boat in international waters. On the same day, Israeli forces bombarded Gaza.
A Toronto-based crown corporation is currently applying its federal jurisdiction to impose the use of scab workers, forbidden under Québec jurisdiction. Respect the picket line of striking Vieux-Port workers!
As the debate continues over the future of public education in British Columbia, the Liberal government of Premier Christy Clark continues to press the Vancouver School Board to close schools and impose more cutbacks.
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