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1) BOILING UP HELL, DOWN AT 60 HARBOUR STREET

By Johan Boyden

            Toronto has a fine collection of heritage buildings, one of which currently houses Ports Toronto and a fancy steak house, down on 60 Harbour Street.

            I have no idea if the steak is any good. As to Ports Toronto, it is just the notorious Toronto Port Authority, re-branded in 2015 but basically the same old federal government agency in the pocket of big business.

            However there is another interesting little tenant inside this grand old piece of prime real estate. Tucked away on the 4th floor is the NATO Association of Canada, known until last year as the Atlantic Council of Canada, founded in 1966. . . .

2) THE TPP AND ITS IMPACT ON LABOUR IN CANADA

By Nino Pagliccia

            Recently the leader of the Communist Party of Canada, Liz Rowley, spoke at a public forum in Vancouver on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). She summarized it very succinctly: “there is nothing acceptable about the TPP.”

            The TPP is a proposed agreement drawn in secrecy involving 12 Pacific-Rim countries: Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, U.S. and Vietnam. Each country will have to ratify the agreement, or not, in less than 2 years before it becomes binding law. No changes or amendments are allowed at this stage. Considering that this is the largest agreement ever (it covers nearly 800 million people with a combined GDP of $28.5 trillion), and nearly 6,000 pages long, mostly in dense legalese, only two years for consultations makes the issue very urgent. [1]. . . .

3) WORKERS RALLY ON MAY DAY ACROSS THE WORLD

PV Vancouver Bureau

            More than 90 countries across the globe saw mass rallies and other activities on Sunday, May 1, International Workers' Day. The events celebrated gains for workers' rights achieved over the past century, and demanded fair working conditions and wages today.
            In Cuba, hundreds of thousands marched through Havana to a rally in Revolution Square, led by veterans of the 1961 literacy campaign.
            Cuban Workers Confederation general secretary Ulises Guilarte said that an end to the 55-year US economic blockade of Cuba was a key condition of detente with Washington.
            Flanked by President Raul Castro, Guilarte said Cuba would never waive its revolutionary and anti-imperialist ideals, a foreign policy committed to just causes, the defence of the country’s self-determination or its unconditional support for sister nations
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4) BIRTHDAYS AND CHAINS, FROM CONFEDERATION TO TODAY

 

5) GREETINGS TO CPC DELEGATES - Editorial

 

6) IS THE HONEYMOON OVER? - Editorial

 

7) IS NEWFOUNDLAND MOVING TO “VOLUNTEER LIBRARIES”?

 

8) THE TPP HANDS CONTROL OVER TRADE TO THE WORLD’S WEALTHIEST

 

9) CLOSE THE CANSEC WEAPONS BAZAAR

 

10) BRAZIL’S CTB CONDEMNS COUP PROCESS

 

11) STILL NO ANSWERS FOR AYOTZINAPA RELATIVES

 

12) VENEZUELA CONDEMNS U.S., OAS OVER CALLS TO INVOKE DEMOCRATIC CHARTER


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2016

MAY 1-16

1) MAY DAY 2016: BUILD COALITIONS, STRUGGLE TO CREATE A COMMON FRONT

2) BREAKING THE CYCLE OF EXPLOITATION: REACTING TO THE NL PROVINCIAL BUDGET

3) MASSIVE DEFEAT FOR MANITOBA NDP

4) CANCEL HATE MAIL DELIVERIES! - Editorial

5) STILL WORKERS AFTER 130 YEARS - Editorial

6) ONTARIO WOMEN IN RETAIL JOBS FACE GENDER GAP

7) LOCKED-OUT WORKERS HOLD FIRM AT RIDEAU-CARLETON RACEWAY SLOTS

8) OBAMA THE BIGGEST DECEIVER IN CUBA

9) WFTU SENDS MILITANT MAY DAY SALUTE TO THE WORKING CLASS

10) DEATH FROM OVERWORK ON THE RISE IN JAPAN

11) CANADA SHOULD STOP SUPPORTING UKRAINE GOVERNMENT

12) MOSSACK FONSECA LIFTS THE LID ON GLOBAL CAPITALISM

13) SOLIDARITY WITH THE PEOPLE OF VENEZUELA - NO IMPERIALIST INTERFERENCE

14) HINDUTVA, THE THREAT TO INDIA’S SECULAR ENVIRONMENT

15) “INDIA UNDER MODI” SPEAKING TOUR

16) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

17) THE EMPIRE’S NEW TACTICS

18) THE CUBAN PEOPLE WILL WIN, ASSERTS FIDEL AT 7TH PCC CONGRESS

 

APRIL 16-30

1) 2016 FEDERAL BUDGET: NEW MODEL CAR, NOT MUCH GAS

2) DISPOSABLE LAW, DISPOSABLE WORKERS, DISPOSABLE MORALITY

3) A POLITICAL VIEWPOINT FROM THE MANITOBA ELECTION

4) SOLIDARITY WITH BLACK LIVES MATTER-TORONTO

5) EARTH DAY AND THE WORKING CLASS - Editorial

6) SOLIDARITY WITH POSTAL WORKERS - Editorial

7) ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS AND THE WORKING CLASS

8) TRANS-PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP: DEVIL IS IN THE DETAILS

9) THE SINGLE PAYER MOVEMENT IN THE U.S. IS GROWING

10) ECUADOR’S PRESIDENT DEMANDS RELEASE OF ALL THE PANAMA PAPERS

11) GERARDO HERNANDEZ WELCOMED TO TORONTO

12) EL HERMANO OBAMA AND COMPANERO FIDEL

13) UNPAID, UNEQUAL, AND UNDERVALUED

 

APRIL 1-15

1) PEACE MOVEMENTS MOBILIZE AGAINST EXPANDING WARS IN MIDDLE EAST

2) COMMUNISTS CAMPAIGN IN MANITOBA ELECTION

3) MANITOBA REALITIES AND GENUINE SOLUTIONS

4) NEEDED: ANTI-TPP STRATEGY - Editorial

5) SOLIDARITY WITH LATIN AMERICA - Editorial

6) COUNCIL OF CANADIANS CALLS TPP “CONSULTATION" A SMOKE SCREEN

7) END THE CHILD AND FAMILY CRISIS IN MANITOBA

8) COMMUNIST CANDIDATE CHALLENGES YOUTH CRISIS IN MANITOBA

9) POWER TO THE PEOPLE, SAYS DUCHARME

10) CARRY ON THE LEGACY OF BERTA CACERES

11) VENEZUELANS BACK MADURO’S VISION OF A SOCIALIST FUTURE

12) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker     

13) PV FUND DRIVE PASSES 33%

 

MARCH 16-31

1) COURT SIDES WITH U.S. STEEL

2) WALTZING CHRYSTIA AND THE TPP

3) TELL PARLIAMENT TO REJECT THE TPP!

 4) ONTARIO LIBERALS “FREE TUITION” IS A LIE

5) NEEDED: A UNITED VOICE FOR WOMEN - Editorial

6) ALL OUT AGAINST WAR ON MARCH 19 - Editorial

7) PARKDALE TENANTS CONTINUE TO ORGANIZE

8) KAMLOOPS COMMUNISTS DEMAND GOVERNMENT ACTION ON HOUSING

9) WHAT IS TO BE DONE, NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR?

10) SUPPORT BDS - CONDEMN ISRAELI APARTHEID!

11) HONDURAN ACTIVIST RECEIVED THREATS FROM CANADIAN COMPANY

12) CPC CONVENTION RESOLUTION HONOURS COMMUNIST WOMEN LEADERS

13) DAVID FRANCEY LAUNCHES EMPTY TRAIN TOUR

14) ON THE SO-CALLED BREXIT

15) GOOD FIRST WEEK FOR PV FUND DRIVE

 

MARCH 1-15

1) REPORTS HIGHLIGHT OPPRESSION OF INUIT, INDIGENOUS WOMEN IN QUEBEC

2) 2016: HARPER’S GONE, BUT THE FIGHT FOR EQUALITY CONTINUES!

3) LABOUR’S ROLE IN STOPPING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

4) MASS ACTION IS NEEDED TO DEFEAT THE BC LIBERAL BUDGET

5) PARLIAMENT’S RACIST MOTION - Editorial

6) CONGRATULATIONS TO CUBA! - Editorial

7) A WIDE-RANGING AND DEMOCRATIC DISCUSSION BEGINS

8) GENDER PAY GAP IN CANADA IS TWICE THE GLOBAL AVERAGE

9) A POPULAR ENERGY PROGRAM FOR CANADA - STRENGTHEN THE DIALOGUE

10) END ALL CANADIAN MILITARY INTERVENTIONS IN IRAQ AND SYRIA!

11) “VOTE TO LEAVE EU” ON JUNE 23

12) RELEASE POLITICAL PRISONER ANA BELEN MONTE

13) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

14) PV FUND DRIVE - WE NEED $50,000 TO STAY IN PRINT

 

FEBRUARY 15-29

1) COMMUNIST PARTY OF CANADA ELECTS FIRST WOMAN LEADER

2) CONVENTION PLANS, LEADERSHIP CHANGES AT COMMUNIST PARTY CC MEETING

3) OURR POSITION AGAINST AJAX

4) WEALTHIEST PEOPLE ON EARTH EVADE TAXES

5) CANADA NUMBER ONE IN NAFTA LAWSUITS

6) TIME TO RENEW ANTI-WAR ACTION - Editorial

7) BLACK HISTORY MONTH - Editorial

8) ARE WE PART OF THE DARK SIDE?

9) SOLIDARITY WITH NEPAL AGAINST INDIA’S BLOCKADE

10) JOURNALISTS OR COURTESANS?

11) MILITARY’S “CARBON BOOTPRINTS” CONTRIBUTE TO CLIMATE CRISIS

12) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

FEBRUARY 1-14

1) OPPOSITION TO SITE C DAM KEEPS GROWING

2) STOP SITE C, URGE B.C. COMMUNISTS

3) SCABS: THE SECRET INGREDIENT AT COVERED BRIDGE

4) WEALTHIEST PEOPLE ON EARTH EVADE TAXES

5) CANADA NUMBER ONE IN NAFTA LAWSUITS

6) TIME TO RENEW ANTI-WAR ACTION - Editorial

7) BLACK HISTORY MONTH - Editorial

8) ARE WE PART OF THE DARK SIDE?

9) SOLIDARITY WITH NEPAL AGAINST INDIA’S BLOCKADE

10) JOURNALISTS OR COURTESANS?

11) MILITARY’S “CARBON BOOTPRINTS” CONTRIBUTE TO CLIMATE CRISIS

12) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

 

JANUARY 1-15

1) TIME TO SCRAP ANTI-COMMUNIST MONUMENT IN OTTAWA

2) B.C. BY-ELECTIONS A REFERENDUM ON LIBERAL CORPORATE AGENDA

3) BETWEEN THE SUN AND THE NORTH WIND

4) CANADA’S SHAMEFUL HOUSING FAILURE - Editorial

5) COP21: HALF FULL OR HALF EMPTY? - Editorial

6) AN INITIAL ANALYSIS OF THE COP21 CLIMATE AGREEMENT

7) CLIMATE CHANGE: WHAT KIND OF WORLD AT THE CLOSE OF THIS CENTURY?

8) THE STORY BEHIND THE MILITIAS AT MALHEUR REFUGE

9) ONE YEAR SINCE CUBA-U.S. DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS RE-ESTABLISHED

10) VENEZUELA: THE STRUGGLE CONTINUES

11) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

12) COMMUNIST PARTY OF UKRAINE BANNED

 

 

2015

 

DECEMBER 1-31

1) SAY NO TO WAR, RACISM AND TERROR – WELCOME THE SYRIAN REFUGEES

2) OFL LEADERSHIP SHIFTS RIGHT

3) THE CLOCK HAS BEEN TICKING FOR 600 YEARS

 4) INTERNATIONAL LAW AND HUMAN RIGHTS – Editorial

5) LET THE WAR RESISTERS STAY! - Editorial

6) OPEN LETTER CALLS FOR PUBLIC CONSULTATION ON C-51

7) TPP TEXT REVEALS CORPORATE ENSLAVEMENT

8) GLOBAL MARCHES CALL TO SAVE THE PLANET

9) TELL LIBERALS TO SCRAP ANTI-COMMUNIST MEMORIAL

10) MAURICE RUSH MARKS 100TH BIRTHDAY

11) B.C. GOVERNMENT STILL IN DENIAL OVER POVERTY RATES

12) BIG JOLT FOR BJP IN BIHAR ASSEMBLY POLLS

13) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

14) AFTER THE SHOCK, FIGHT BACK AGAINST IMPERIALISM AND ITS NIGHTMARES

 

 

NOVEMBER 16-30

1) EDUCATION BARGAINING: ANOTHER MADE-IN-QUEENS-PARK MESS

2) “REAL CHANGE” AND THE ONTARIO FEDERATION OF LABOUR CONVENTION

3) CUPE ELECTS NEW PRESIDENT, ADOPTS “STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS”

4) MASS ACTION CAN HALT HYDRO PRIVATIZATION

5) CELEBRATIONS AND A CAUTION - Editorial

6) GETTING THE INQUIRY RIGHT - Editorial

7) THE LITTLE CAMPAIGN WITH BIG IDEAS

8) QUEBEC COMMON FRONT STANDS FIRM

9) NANAIMO GOLF CLUB LOCKOUT UPDATE

10) 17th IMCWP CALLS FOR “COMMON ACTION AGAINST IMPERIALISM AND FASCISM”

11) “A STRONG REJECTION OF THE PRO-AUSTERITY AND PRO-WAR AGENDA”

12) ARCTIC INITIATIVE FOR PEACE AND AN ECOLOGICALLY SUSTAINABLE FUTURE

13) DOCUMENTARY EXPOSES POLITICAL MASS MURDER IN MEXICO

14) THIS YEAR, PUT THE COMMUNIST PARTY ON YOUR GIFT LIST!

 

NOVEMBER 1-15

1)  ELECTION 2015 – IMPORTANT VICTORY, NEW CHALLENGES

2) COMMON FRONT LAUNCHES ROTATING STRIKES ACROSS QUEBEC

3) U.S. STEEL OR US STEAL?

4) TRUDEAU’S INDIGENOUS POLICY: GRASSROOTS PRESSURE NEEDED

5) THE RCMP: A NATIONAL DISGRACE - Editorial

6) UNFAIR ELECTIONS MUST CHANGE - Editorial

7) WHY SHOULD MINORITIES IN CANADA AND INDIA FEEL UNLOVED?

8) WHO ARE THE POLITICAL PRISONERS IN COLOMBIA?

9) PORTUGAL: PRESIDENT ASKS RIGHT TO FORM GOVERNMENT DESPITE LEFT MAJORITY

10) PRESIDENT OF INDIA FACES DEMONSTRATORS IN PALESTINE

11) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

12) RUSSIAN INTERVENTION EXPOSES COALITION LIES

 

OCTOBER 16-31

1) FRONT COMMUN RALLY DRAWS 150,000 AGAINST QUEBEC AUSTERITY ATTACK

2) LABOUR UNDER ATTACK BY LABOUR? THE OFL CONVENTION 2015

3) MANY “FIRSTS” FOR COMMUNIST PARTY CAMPAIGN

4) HARPER TOSSES HIS GRENADE - Editorial

5) THE TPP BATTLE IS JUST BEGINNING - Editorial

6) COMMUNIST PARTY: “ELIMINATE TUITION FEES AND STUDENT DEBT”

7) LOOK AT THE FACTS ABOUT HARPER’S RACIST ANTI-NIQAB STRATEGY

8) VANCOUVER TRUCKERS OWED MILLIONS BY COMPANIES

9) ALBERTA LABOUR DEMANDS HIGHER OIL ROYALTIES

10) AYOTZINAPA: ONE YEAR LATER

11) REFUGEES AND WARS: TIME FOR PEACE

12) THE LESSER OF TWO EVILS: GREEK VOTERS ANGRY, DISILLUSIONED

 

OCTOBER 1-15

1) CANADA HELPED CREATE THE CRISIS - NOW WE MUST WELCOME REFUGEES

2) GETTING NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR WORKING

3) THE LEAP MANIFESTO AND THE COMMUNIST PLATFORM - SOME PARALLELS AND DIFFERENCES

4) MR. HARPER’S RACIST SIGNALS - Editorial

5) LABOUR CAN’T AFFORD A NEW TORY MAJORITY - Editorial

6) GROUPS SPEAK OUT AGAINST QUEBEC’S ANTI-MEDICARE BILL 20

7) APOLOGY WAS “STRATEGIC ATTEMPT TO KILL RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL STORY”

8) FOREIGN SAILORS PAID A PITTANCE IN CANADIAN WATERS

9) STOP SILENCING PALESTINE SOLIDARITY!

10) UNPACKING THE GREEN PARTY POLICY ON ISRAEL-PALESTINE

11) A LONG TIME FOR KILLING

12) PROTESTS SPREAD ACROSS IRAQ

13) KKE ON THE GREEK ELECTION RESULTS

14) 65TH BIRTHDAY OF “INDIAN PABLO NERUDA” CELEBRATED IN BRAMPTON

15) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

SEPTEMBER 16-30

1) BIG PARTIES HAVE NO ANSWERS TO ECONOMY’S PLUMMET

2) THE REAL STATE OF THE CANADIAN ECONOMY

3) HOW AN WE SOLVE CANADA’S HOUSING CRISIS?

4) MULTI-MEDIA PROJECT DOCUMENTS TORY IMMIGRATION CHANGES

5) OPEN THE DOORS FOR CANADA’S VICTIMS - Editorial

6) SECRET REPORT ON GENDER INEQUALITY - Editorial

7) “LET SELFISHNESS END” - FIDEL’S PROPHETIC WARNING

8) GUATEMALAN PRESIDENT COMPELLED TO RESIGN

9) REFUGEE CRISIS: THE ROOT CAUSE IS IMPERIALISM

10) HORRORS IN AUSTRALIA’S OFFSHORE DETENTION CENTRES

11) DEATHS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN

12) UE BECOMES FIRST NATIONAL U.S. UNION TO ENDORSE BDS

 

SEPTEMBER 1-15

1) WORKERS UNITE AGAINST THE CORPORATE AGENDA

2) ELECTION MESSAGE FROM THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF CANADA

3) TENTATIVE AGREEMENTS WON BY ONTARIO TEACHER UNIONS

4) MAKE PEACE AN ELECTION ISSUE - Editorial

5) GRAPPLING WITH TOUGH QUESTIONS - Editorial

6) BILL C-24 “TWO-TIER CITIZENSHIP” UNCONSTITUTIONAL, SAYS LAWSUIT

7) ANTI-LABOUR BILL SEEKS TO ELIMINATE UNIONS, NOT ENFORCE TRANSPARENCY

8) STOP HYDRO PRIVATIZATION IN ONTARIO

9) FEDERAL PARTY LEADERS NOT UP FOR DEBATING GENDER EQUALITY

10) MOUNT POLLEY TOXIC SPILL: LOOKING BACK ONE YEAR

11) NDP PURGES CANDIDATES OVER PRO-PALESTINE POSITIONS

12) IN THE FACE OF THE EARLY ELECTIONS IN GREECE

13) AFTER LAND, IT’S LABOUR ON MODI’S CHOPPING BLOCK

14) RALLIES FOR A NEW CANADA ON SEPT. 12

15) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

AUGUST 1-31

1) THE GREEK PEOPLE HAVE OUR WHOLE-HEARTED SOLIDARITY

2) THE LONG ROAD TO LGBTIQ EQUALITY: NEXT STEP – DEFEAT HARPER

3) “DRAMATIC ESCALATION IN MILITARISM AND THE DRIVE TO WAR”

4) 4) A TRIUMPH FOR SOCIALIST CUBA - Editorial

5) DEFEAT THE CORPORATE AGENDA - Editorial

6) NANAIMO GOLF CLUB WORKERS LOCKED OUT SINCE APRIL

7) LATEST SPARK! - PHILOSOPHY, THE FAMILY AND MUCH MORE

8) ABOLITION OF UNIVERSAL CHILD CARE SYSTEM IN QUEBEC: AN ATTACK AGAINST ALL CANADIANS

9) NO TO THE NEW “LEFT-WING” MEMORANDUM

10) COLOMBIAN ARMY KILLED CIVILIANS TO BOOST BODY COUNT

11) PORTUGUESE ELECTION CAMPAIGN ABOUT TO BEGIN

12) MUSIC NOTES

 

JULY 1-31

1) MEDICARE SUPPORTERS BREATHE SIGH OF RELIEF

2) QUEBEC POSTAL WORKER JOINS FREEDOM FLOTILLA

3) COMMUNIST PARTY LEADERSHIP GEARS UP FOR FEDERAL CAMPAIGN

4) CANADIAN NETWORK ON CUBA CONVENTION SETS PRIORITIES

5) CELEBRATE PRIDE AND DEFEAT HARPER! - Editorial

6) CONFRONTING RACISM AND FASCISM - Editorial

7) MASS STRUGGLE IS STILL THE KEY TO VICTORY

8) “RECONCILIATION MEANS ACKNOWLEDGING GENOCIDE AND TAKING ACTION TO END COLONIALISM”

9) ECUADORIANS MOBILIZE AGAINST LATEST COUP ATTEMPT

10) US HOUSE BARS ARMS FOR KIEV NEO-FASCISTS

11) DISMANTLE GUATEMALA’S CRIMINAL POLITICAL STRUCTURE

12) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

JUNE 16-30

1) “RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS CAN BEST BE DESCRIBED AS CULTURAL GENOCIDE”

2) “WE WANT TRANSFORMATIVE CHANGE”, SAYS AFN CHIEF BELLEGARDE

3) “THIS WAS NOT JUST A CRIME – IT WAS GENOCIDE”

4) METIS NATIONAL COUNCIL “DISAPPOINTED” BY TRC REPORT

5) PM REJECTS TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION - Editorial

6) BROAD UNITY CAN FORCE C-51 REPEAL - Editorial

7) CAUTIOUS OPTIMISM, BUT A MASS MOVEMENT FOR DISARMAMENT IS NEEDED

8) 80TH ANNIVERSARY OF A LABOUR STRUGGLE THAT CHANGED CANADIAN HISTORY

9) CLC NOT IMPRESSED BY MAY UNEMPLOYMENT NUMBERS

10) FREEDOM FLOTILLA III: THE SHIP TO GAZA SAILS AGAIN

11) SECRET TISA PACT TO ROB FROM THE POOR, AND GIVE TO GLOBAL TRANSPORT FIRMS

12) TTIP: NOW IT GETS POLITICAL

 

 

JUNE 1-15

1) ONTARIO LIBERALS SCHEME TO PRIVATIZE HYDRO ONE

2 )QUEBEC: THE PKP- PHENOMENON

3) STRIKING ONTARIO TEACHERS ORDERED BACK TO WORK

 4) DELIVER A NEEDS-BASED FUNDING FORMULA FOR QUALITY PUBLIC EDUCATION

5) CORONER RULES SAWMILL DEATHS “ACCIDENTAL”

6) WHOPPER OF THE MONTH AWARD - Editorial

7) APARTHEID IS THE REAL HATE CRIME - Editorial

8) CONSERVATIVES PUSHING TO CRIMINALIZE ISRAELI BOYCOTT CAMPAIGN

9) IRAN: NUCLEAR “DEAL” A TIMID, IMPERFECT STEP IN A BETTER DIRECTION

10) CANADIAN TROOPS HAVE NO PLACE IN UKRAINE CONFLICT

11) FIGHTING CHEVRON IN WASHINGTON, DC

12) REAL, EXISTING CAPITALISM AND THE CHALLENGE FOR AN ALTERNATIVE

13) MUSIC NOTES

 

 

May 16-31

1) CRITICS SLAM 2015 CONSERVATIVE FEDERAL BUDGET

2) CHALLENGES FACE NEW NDP MAJORITY IN ALBERTA

3) TORONTO’S CAMPAIGN FOR PUBLIC EDUCATION FIGHTS BACK

4) NEW ONTARIO TORY LEADER FUELS CAMPAIGN OF IGNORANCE

5) VICTORIA ACTIVISTS REJECT MLA INTIMIDATION TACTICS

6) VICTORY FOR OMAR KHADR! - Editorial

7) A GLIMPSE INTO OFFICIAL RACISM - Editorial

8) QUEBEC UNION BACKS BDS CAMPAIGN

9) “BRIGADISTAS” RETURN HOME FROM CUBA

10) MAY DAY 2015: CELEBRATIONS AND STRUGGLES ACROSS THE WORLD

11) 70th ANNIVERSARY OF THE VICTORY OVER NAZI-FASCISM

12) WHAT’S REALLY BEHIND THE WAR AGAINST ISIS?

13) BANDUNG AT 60

 

May 1-15

1) MAY DAY 2015: SOLIDARITY AND STRUGGLE AGAINST AUSTERITY

2) DURHAM TEACHERS STRIKE AGAINST WAGE FREEZE AND EDUCATION CUTS

3) VANCOUVER DOCK FIRE AND FUEL SPILL RAISE ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS

4) ANTI-POVERTY SUMMIT CONCLUDES WITHOUT CALL TO ACTION

5) 70th ANNIVERSARY OF ANTI-FASCIST VICTORY - Editorial

6) MAY DAY - THEN AND NOW - Editorial

7) NO FOREGONE CONCLUSION IN MAY 5 ALBERTA ELECTION

8) CUPE MOUNTS CAMPAIGN TO BLOCK HYDRO ONE SELLOFF

9) RITZ HANDS WHEAT BOARD TO FOREIGN INVESTORS

10) “DO YOU WANT FRIES WITH THOSE POVERTY WAGES?”

11) AUUC SPEAKS OUT AGAINST TSO CENSORSHIP

12) MUSIC NOTES, By Wally Brooker

 

April 16-30

1) QUEBEC ANTI-AUSTERITY BATTLE HEATING UP

2) AN HISTORIC WIN AT YORK UNIVERSITY

3) COMMUNISTS ENTER ALBERTA ELECTION

4) CAMPAIGN TO STOP C-51 CONTINUES

5) HANDS OFF VENEZUELA, PRESIDENT OBAMA - Editorial

6) CSIS MUST BE DISMANTLED - Editorial

7) THE UNION-PEARSON EXPRESS: PUBLIC TRANSIT FOR THE RICH?

8) CLC WARNS C-51 THREATENS FREEDOMS

9) THERE IS STILL NO ALTERNATIVE: SCRAP BILL C-51

10) NO TO THE EXPANDED CANADIAN MILITARY MISSION IN IRAQ AND SYRIA

11) YEMEN: ECHOES OF 1930s AGGRESSION

12) CAPITALISM, ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS, AND SOCIALISM

13) MULCAIR ENDORSES ANTI-COMMUNIST MONUMENT

 

 

April 1-15

1) COMMUNISTS STEIP UPCAMPAIGN AGAINST C-51

2) “PRECARIOUS AND POOR” ON STRIKE AT U OF T AND YORK U

3) QUEBEC JOINT DECLARION AGAINST C-51

4) NO TO EXPANDED IRAQ WAR - Editorial

5) CSN DEFENDS CIVIL LIBERTIES - Editorial

6) UNIVERSAL PHARMACARE COULD SAVE BILLIONS

7) THE TIME TO BUILD A UNITED AND MILITANT STUDENT MOVEMENT IS NOW!

8) QUEBEC STUDENTS STRIKE AGAIN

9) ST. CATHARINES "JE SUIS MOI" PANEL ON ISLAMOPHOBIA

10) “VENEZUELA IS NOT A THREAT”

11) CLIMATE CHANGE DISASTER NEEDS SOCIALIST RESPONSE

12) BC’S INCOME REPORT HAMSTER WHEEL

13) IMPERIALISM’S TRUSTED GOVERNESS

 

March 18-31

1) ALL OUT FOR ANTI-C51 RALLIES

2) WHAT WILL IT TAKE TO STOP BILL C-51?

3) LAW PROFESSORS URGE MPs TO VOTE AGAINST C’-51

4) BILL C-51: THE ANTI-FIRST NATION, ENVIRONMENTALIST, SCIENTIST AND BIRD-WATCHER ACT

5) RACIST TO THE ROTTEN CORE - Editorial

6) NO TO U.S. THREATS IN LATIN AMERICA - Editorial

7) “WE WILL NOT BE SILENCED”

8) VOTE “YES” IN TRANSPORTATION AND TRANSIT REFERENDUM

9) INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY OPEN LETTER

10) SENATE DECISION EXPOSES TRANSGENDER PEOPLE TO THREATS AND VIOLENCE

11) LABOUR NEEDS A STRATEGY OF MASS STRUGGLE TO DEFEAT FREE TRADE DEALS

12) COMMUNIST PARTY EXTENDS SOLIDARITY TO MADURO GOVERNMENT IN VENEZUELA

13) PROTEST HITS NEW DEAL WITH EURO-TROIKA

14) NEW ATTEMPT TO BAN COMMUNIST IDEAS IN UKRAINE

 

March 1-15

1) EMPOWERING WOMEN, EMPOWERING HUMANITY: PICTURE IT!

2) LABOUR GEARS UP FOR A FIGHT IN QUEBEC

3) BRANPTONIANS REJECT AUSTERITY IN HEALTH SECTOR

 4) BC BUDGET 2015: GOVERNMENT OF THE RICH, BY THE RICH, FOR THE RICH

5) RE-WRITING HISTORY OF WW2 - Editorial

6) VICTORY OVER TRANSIT PROFILING - Editorial

7) COLD-WAR THROWBACK CONTINUES TO GATHER PUBLIC CRITICISM

8) BILL C-51 MOVES US ONE STEP CLOSER TO THE END OF PRIVACY

9) WHAT’S HAPPENING TO CANADA?

10) THOUSANDS TAKE PART IN WOMEN’S MEMORIAL MARCHES

11) FACTS AND FIGURES: WOMEN’S ECONOMIC STATUS

12) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

13) PEOPLE’S VOICE FUND APPEAL: WE WILL NOT BE SILENCED!

 

 

February 16-28

1) TELL PARLIAMENT – DEFEAT POLICE STATE BILL C-51

2) DEFEAT THE LIBERALS’ “CREATE A CRISIS” ATTACK ON EDUCATION

3) COMMUNIST PARTY LAUNCHES FEDERAL ELECTION PLANS

4) “EVERY CITIZEN HAS THE RIGHT TO VOTE" - Editorial

5) THE CANADA-ISRAEL MOU AND BILL C51 - Editorial

6) “FIGHT FOR 15" STARTS IN B.C.

7) SFL WELCOMES SUPREME COURT RULING

8) NOT ONE MORE DIME FOR UNION-BUSTING TRUE NORTH

9) PARTNERS IN APARTHEID: BOYCOTT INDIGO BOOKS AND MUSIC

10) HSBC HELPS WIDEN WEALTH GAP

11) CONFLICT CONTINUES IN CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC

12) NO TO McCARTHYIST CENSORSHIP IN FRENCH UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES

13) THE UNSUNG MUSLIM HEROES OF THE GHADAR MOVEMENT

14) WHEN UKRAINIANS CHOOSE NOT TO DIE IN A WAR

15) LAUGHING ALL THE WAY TO THE BANK

 

February 1-14

1) ON THE EXPANDING “WAR ON TERROR”

2) LIBERAL GOVERNMENT ATTACKS TDSB, ORDERS SCHOOL CLOSURES

3) POLITICAL FOCUS OF B.C. LABOUR – THE MAIN ISSUE

4) END THE RACIST EXCLUSION: ABORIGINAL PEOPLE ARE WORKERS

5) BDS VICTORY STORY: NAOT CLOSES SHOE STORE ON  ST. DENIS STREET

6) FEBRUARY 14: REMEMBER AND MOBILIZE - Editorial

7) ECONOMIC CRISIS AND GRAND LARCENY - Editorial

8) COLLECTIVE PUNISHMENT - AS CANADIAN AS MAPLE SYRUP?

9) GREEK COMMUNISTS RESPOND TO ELECTION RESULTS

10) RAUL CASTRO SPEAKS TO CUBA’S NATIONAL ASSEMBLY

11) OXFAM WARNS OF “EXPLOSION IN GLOBAL INEQUALITY”

12) TUDEH PARTY CONDEMNS IMPERIALISM AND :”CHARLIE HEBDO” TERROR

13) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

January 1-31

1)AFTER THE PARIS ATTACKS: FAR RIGHT ON THE RISE

2) WE ARE NOT CHARLIE HEBDO – Editorial

3) THE RICH GET RICHER – AGAIN - Editorial

4) DENTIST MISOGYNY AT DALHOUSIE

5) BC FEDERATION ELECTS NEW LEADERSHIP

6) COMMUNIST PARTIES HOLD 16TH ANNUAL MEETING IN ECUADOR

7) A WIN-WIN AGREEMENT FOR THE PEOPLES OF CUBA, THE UNITED STATES, AND ALL OF THIS HEMISPHERE!

8) THE ETERNAL REBEL: THE CAMPAIGN TO GET MEWA SINGH RECOGNIZED AS A CANADIAN HERO

9) AFGHANISTAN WAR IS FAR FROM OVER

10) ONTARIO JUDGES DECLARE THAT "HOUSING IS NOT A HUMAN RIGHT"

11) THE INTERVIEW: CHEAP CULTURAL STEREOTYPES

12) MUSIC NOTES

13) ONTARIO COMMUNISTS LAUNCH RECRUITING DRIVE

 

2014

December 1-31

1) 3,000 PROTEST PRIVATIZATION, EXTRA BILLING, HOSPITAL CLOSURES

2) LEFT FACES NEW CHALLENGES AFTER VANCOUVER ELECTION

3) HISTORIIC VOTE FOR PUBLIC EDUCATION CANDIDATES

4) DIVIDED ONTARIO LABOUR IN NEED OF A REVOLT

5) UNITE AGAINST HARPER'S POLITICS OF FEAR

6) SUPREME COURT TO HEAR APPEAL IN DANIELS CASE

7) SLAPPING DOWN PROTESTS - Editorial

8) REMEMBER AND RESIST - Editorial

9) TRANSFORMING CANADA THROUGH "HARPERISM"

10) CANADA VOTES AGAINST COMBATTING GLORIFICATION OF NAZISM

11) MORE OBFUSCATION IN LATEST U.N. REPORT ON UKRAINE

12) AFRICA CALLED, CUBA ANSWERED: CNC CAMPAIGN

13) WHERE THE MONEY LEADS IN U.S. POLITICS

14) MUSIC NOTES

 

November 16-30

1) MASS PROTESTS RENEWED IN QUEBEC

2) DIFFERENT TRENDS IN ONTARIO CIVIC ELECTIONS

3) B.C. – CAPITALISM STILL NOT WORKING

 4) DEFEND CIVIL LIBERTIES AND DEMOCRATIC FREEDOMS

5) WORKING PEOPLE LOSING TRUST IN MANITOBA NDP

6) SLIGHT SHIFT TO LEFT IN WINNIPEG ELECTION

7) TO ACHIEVE CLIMATE JUSTICE, PHASE OUT CAPITALISM - Editorial

8) NO CAUSE FOR CELEBRATION - Editorial

9) B.C. TAX DOLLARS FLOW TO BIG OIL

10) CBA BACKS AWAY FROM CHEVRON CORP.

11) THE WORLD DENOUNCES ILLEGAL U.S. BLOCKADE

12) ATTACKS ON YOUNG COMMUNISTS - GROWING FASCIST THREAT

13) "THE JIHADIS RETURN": CANADA'S NEW WAR IN CONTEXT

14) THE OCTOBER REVOLUTION WAS PART OF A PROCESS

15) INDIGENOUS PEOPLES' DAY: AN IMPORTANT SYMBOLIC CHANGE

 

 

November 1-15

1) UNIFOR GOOD JOBS SUMMIT: TRIPARTISM ON DISPLAY

2) GREETINGS TO HOSPITAL EMPLOYEES UNION

3) WORKERS UNITED STRIKES IN GUELPH AGAINST TWO-TIER SYSTEM

4) DOWN TO THE WIRE IN VANCOUVER ELECTION

5) THE PLAGUE OF IMPERIALISM – Editorial

6) "NO PASARAN" IN UKRAINE! – Editorial

7) PEACE MOVEMENTS CALL FOR ANTI-WAR PROTESTS

8) CANADA OUT OF NATO

9) BJP GOVERNMENT MISDEEDS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS

10) ANGER IN MEXICO AT ATTACKS ON TEACHER STUDENTS

11) SHADY ACTION BEHIND HONG KONG PROTESTS

12) EBOLA VIRUS DEATHS FACILITATED BY IMPERIALISM

13) A SAVIOUR CALLED JYOTI BASU

14) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

October 16-31

1) “SAVE CANADA POST” CAMPAIGN IN HIGH GEAR

2) ONTARIO VOTES OCTOBER 27

3) HOUSING KEY ISSUE IN VANCOUVER CAMPAIGN

4) LABOUR ACTIVIST IN RACE FOR KAMLOOPS CITY COUNCIL

5) NOVA SCOTIA'S BILL 1: A VICIOUS ATTACK ON WORKERS' RIGHTS

6) THE NEWEST IRAQ WAR - Editorial

7) WFTU HOLDS GLOBAL ACTION DAY - Editorial

8) "SIXTEEN YEARS IS TOO LONG - NOT ONE MINUTE LONGER!"

9) ERITREA: "THE CUBA OF AFRICA"

10) BEWARE! INDIA'S NEW REGIME CARRIES DEADLY VIRUS

11) ENGINEERS REPORT ON MALAYSIAN AIRLINES DOWNING

12) REMEMBERING THE ANTI-FASCIST, SOCIALIST GDR

 

October 1-15

1) THE CONTINUING TRAGEDY OF ONTARIO STEEL

2) BLOCK THE CETA DEAL

3) WITHDRAW  BILL 3 ATTACK ON QUEBEC MUNICIPAL PENSIONS

4) CHANGING SCENARIOS IN VANCOUVER CIVIC RACE

5) SALUTE TO B.C. TEACHERS: THE FIGHT TO DEFEND PUBLIC EDUCATION CONTINUES

6) C-377 BACK FROM THE GRAVE – Editorial

7) THE CETA FIGHT IS FAR FROM OVER – Editorial

8) PARTY BUILDING, MASS ACTION TOPICS AT MONTREAL EVENT

9) THE CONTINUING ATTACK ON DEMOCRATIC AND CIVIL RIGHTS MUST BE REVERSED

10) UKRAINE MOVES TO AN EARLY ELECTION

11) CANADA OUT OF IRAQ: NO NEW IMPERIALIST INTERVENTION

12) FOUR MYTHS ABOUT OBAMA'S WAR ON ISLAMIC STATE

13) MUSIC NOTES

 

September 16-30

1) LABOUR MUST LEAD ESCALATING FIGHTBACK IN SOLIDARITY WITH  BC TEACHERS

2) BCTF CALLS FOR BINDING ARBITRATION

3)HARPER VS. WOMEN

4) PUBLIC EDUCATION PROJECT CANDIDATES IN VANCOUVER

5) LEGAL CHALLENGE AGAINST MEDICARE DELAYED SIX MONTHS

6) IT'S ABOUT RESPECT, NOT DOLLARS – Editorial

7) UNITED TO DEFEND PUBLIC SERVICES – Editorial

8) JONQUIERE WALMART RULING: VICTORY FOR WORKERS' RIGHT TO ORGANIZE

9) SOCIAL FORUM MARKS NEW STAGE FOR MOVEMENTS

10) PEOPLE'S SOCIAL FORUM ISSUES "CALL TO ACTION"

11) MADURO ANNOUNCES "FIVE BIG REVOLUTIONS" IN VENEZUELA

12) SCOTLAND'S REFERENDUM: THE COMMUNIST VIEW

13) A STUDY OF ENERGY, ART AND HUMAN SOCIETY

 

September 1-15

1) LABOUR DAY 2014: A NEW MOOD TO RESIST

2) CITIZENS IN GUELPH FIGHT THE AUSTERITY AGENDA

3) ANTI-WOMEN AGENDA OF HARPER TORIES SEEN AT U.N.

4) ONTARIO TEACHERS AND EDUCATION WORKERS FACE TOUGH BARGAINING

5) KAMLOOPS LABOUR ACTIVIST JOINS CIVIC RACE

6) SONA CASE JUST SCRATCHES SURFACE - Editorial

7) TAKING MEDICARE TO COURT - Editorial

8) GTA RAIDS TARGET IMMIGRANT WORKERS

9) COUNCIL OF CANADIANS SAYS CETA WILL NOT SURVIVE PUBLIC SCRUTINY

10) PROMINENT JOURNALIST REVEALS PRESSURE TO SUPPORT INDIA'S PM MODI

11) THE PROFITS BEHIND DRONE WARFARE

12) COLOMBIA RESUMES PERSECUTION OF LILIANY OBANDO

13) COMMEMORATE BHAAG SINGH'S MARTYRDOM IN A REAL SENSE

14) HASHTAG GENOCIDE: WHY GAZA FIGHTS BACK

15) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

August 1-31

1) STOP ISRAEL’S MASSACRE OF THE PALESTINIAN PEOPLE!

2) OFL PRESIDENT SLAMS HARPER’S POLICY ON GAZA

3) ONTARIO VOTERS REJECT TORY AUSTERITY AND JOB CUTS

4) TFWP "REFORMS" LEAVE CHEAP LABOUR STRATEGY INTACT

5) THE FIRST CASUALTY OF WAR - Editorial

6) REVENUE CUTS CAUSE DEFICITS - Editorial

7) FIRST NATIONS LEADERS CALL FOR INQUIRY AND ACTION

8) KAPLAN LAUNCHES CAMPAIGN FOR RE-ELECTION TO TDSB

9) YOUNG COMMUNISTS HOLD SUCCESSFUL 26th CONVENTION

10) WEST RE-OPENS OLD SORES IN UKRAINE

11) WORLD PEACE COUNCIL CALLS GLOBAL DAY OF PROTEST AGAINST NATO

12) IS ISRAEL PLANNING GAZA'S "FINAL SOLUTION"?

13) MUSIC NOTES, By Wally Brooker

 

 

July 1-31

1) THE STRUGGLE AGAINST NORTHERN GATEWAY CONTINUES

2) C-24 EXPANDS TORY ATTACK ON HUMAN RIGHTS

3) CELEBRATE THE SUMMER OF PRIDE

4) SAFER SCHOOLS COALITION WINS MAJOR VICTORY

5) BRIEF HISTORY OF THE KOMAGATA MARU EPISODE

6) NEWS FOR PROFITS, NOT PEOPLE - Editorial

7) C-24 FIGHT NOT OVER YET - Editorial

8) COMMUNIST PARTY OF CANADA CONDEMNS BILL C-36

9) THOUSANDS EXPECTED AT PEOPLES' SOCIAL FORUM

10) THE HUMAN COST OF THE FIFA WORLD CUP

11) A WHIRLWIND TRIP TO CHIAPAS

12) FRENCH RAIL WORKERS ON THE FRONTLINE AGAINST PRIVATIZATION

13) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

June 16-30

1) STOP KIEV’S BLOODY OFFENSIVE AGAINST CIVILIANS!

2) HARPER SHOULD APOLOGIZE TO THE PEOPLE OF CANADA

3) DRAMATIC CONTRADICTIONS: 2014 REPORT OF UN SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR

4) CHILLING CRITICS INTO SILENCE – Editorial

5) FIGURES DON'T LIE, BUT.... – Editorial

6) QUEBEC BUDGET SLAMMED BY LABOUR, LEFT, INDIGENOUS GROUPS

7) POLITICAL STORM OVER VANCOUVER LGBTQ+ POLICY UPDATE

8) COMPLETE SOLIDARITY WITH B.C. TEACHERS

9) OTTAWA STATEMENT ON MASS SURVEILLANCE IN CANADA

10) A CANADIAN OBSERVER IN EL SALVADOR

11) THE UKRAINE CRISIS AND THE NEW COLD WAR

12) BOOT-LICKING JOURNALISM

13) CAPTAIN AMERICA FIGHTS AT HOME

 

June 1-15

1) MINORITY GOVERNMENT THE BEST OUTCOME FOR ONTARIO

2) BC LIBERALS CREATE ANOTHER EDUCATION CRISIS

3) FULL SOLIDARITY WITH B.C. TEACHERS

4) NEW PRESSURES FOR MURDERED AND MISSING WOMEN INQUIRY

5) DEMAND FULL INQUIRY INTO MURDERED AND MISSING WOMEN

6) THE SPECTRE OF FASCISM – Editorial

7) OMINOUS RESULTS IN EURO-ELECTIONS – Editorial

8) LITTLE HAS CHANGED SINCE KOMAGATA MARU, SAY ADVOCATES

9) NATO ACTIONS IN UKRAINE RISK NEW COLD WAR

10) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

11) U.S. POLICY ON UKRAINE: FOLLOW THE MONEY

12) KIDNAPPED GIRLS BECOME TOOLS OF US IMPERIAL POLICY

 

May 16-31

1) HISTORIC CLC CONVENTION ELECTS NEW PRESIDENT

2) ONTARIO BUDGET: PEOPLE’S NEEDS, NOT CORPORATE GREED!

3) SALUTE TO YCL/LJC CONVENTION - EDITORIAL

4) HUDAK THREATENS ONTARIO WORKERS - Editorial

5) SERIOUS SHORTCOMINGS REMAIN IN BILL C-23

6) TELCOS ASKED TO DISCLOSE SUBSCRIBER DATA EVERY 27 SECONDS

7) LIBERAL TFWP PLAN "NO SOLUTION TO TORY MESS"

8) MAY DAY RALLIES DRAW MILLIONS INTO THE STREETS

9) THE IRISH PEACE PROCESS IN CRISIS

10) U.S. MILITARY OPTION WORST RESPONSE TO NIGERIA CRISIS

11) CAPITALISM AND THE SEWOL DISASTER

12) WORLD PEACE COUNCIL DENOUNCES ODESSA MASSACRE

 

May 1-15

1) BILL C-23 MUST NOT PASS, SAY SMALLER PARTIES

2) THREE CANDIDATES IN CLC PRESIDENT RACE

3) LABOUR COUNCIL CHANGES COULD STIFLE GRASSROOTS ACTIVISM

4) MAY DAY 2014: OUR STRUGGLE FOR THE FUTURE

5) B.C. SCHOOL BOARDS "SHOULD CONSIDER DEFICIT BUDGETS"

6) SCRAP THE TFWP – Editorial

7) CRACKS IN THE TORY WALL? – Editorial

8) ALBERTA BITUMEN BOOM ACCOMPANIED BY RISING INJURIES

9) THE CORPORATE ATTACK ON YOUTH IN CANADA

10) WFTU MEETS WITH ARAB TRADE UNIONS

11) THE STRIKING HEROES GUNNED DOWN 100 YEARS AGO

12) NO TO MODI: SOCIAL JUSTICE ACTIVISTS LAUNCH CAMPAIGN AGAINST HINDU RIGHT IN CANADA

13) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

April 16-30

1) COMMUNISTS SAY: ENVIRONMENT BEFORE PROFITS

2) ONTARIO COMMUNISTS PREPARE FOR ELECTION

3) HALT CHANGES TO ALBERTA PUBLIC SERVICE PENSIONS

4) STOP THE ATTACK ON DEMOCRACY! DEMAND C‑23 BE WITHDRAWN NOW!

5) FROM BIZARRE TO ABSURD – Editorial

6) DEEPAK CHOPRA FEEDS PITNEY BOWES – Editorial

7) ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS AND CLIMATE CHANGE

8) "INDIGENOUS PEOPLES WILL BE THE NEXT TARGET OF MODI"

9) WIKILEAKS SHOWS NATO'S ROLE IN UKRAINE

10) GREECE SINKING DEEPER INTO CRISIS

11) EXPOSING THE CIA IN LATIN AMERICA

12) VICTIMS OF THE CAPITALIST WORKPLACE

13) "INDUSTRIAL CIVILISATION HEADED FOR COLLAPSE"

 

April 1-15

1) ONTARIO COMMUNISTS PREPARE FOR SPRING ELECTION

2) REDFORD RESIGNS, BUT BUSINESS AS USUAL

3) RALLIES PROTEST CUTS TO ALBERTA PUBLIC SECTOR PENSIONS

4) CHALLENGER EMERGES FOR CLC PRESIDENT RACE

5) ON THE DANGEROUS DEVELOPMENTS IN UKRAINE

6) SOLIDARITY WITH VANCOUVER TRUCKERS - Editorial

7) WE ARE STILL LOSING THE WAR - Editorial

8) MYTHS AND FACTS ABOUT CANADA POST

9) FROM CIVIL WAR TO PEACE ACCORDS IN EL SALVADOR

10) SOLIDARITY WITH SOUTH KOREAN'S POLITICAL PRISONERS

11) EXCITING PROGRAM FOR 2014 CHE BRIGADE

12) REMEMBERING PETE SEEGER ‑ Part 2

 

March 16-31

1) “YOUTH HAVE TO PUSH BACK AGAINST CRISIS AND WAR”

2) ONTARIO YOUTH DEMAND ACTION ON JOBLESS CRISIS

3) B.C. TEACHERS OVERWHELMINGLY BACK JOB ACTION

4) ISLANDERS SLAM CETA DEAL

5) STOP THE TORY STEAMROLLER – Editorial

6) R2P: FORMULA FOR WAR – Editorial

7) STOP BILL C-24 - DEFEND THE RIGHTS OF IMMIGRANTS AND REFUGEES!

8) MODERN IMPERIALISM'S "WHITE MAN'S BURDEN"

9) CONFRONTING THE RISE OF FASCISM IN UKRAINE

10) NO TO COUNTER-REVOLUTION IN VENEZUELA!

11) OLIGARCHY AND MILITARY DICTATORSHIP IN EL SALVADOR

12) KEEP FOCUS ON GAY RIGHTS, NOT THE NATIONALITY OF THE OPPRESSOR

13) WHY EQUALITY IS BETTER FOR SOCIETY

14) LEE LORCH, 1915-2014

 

March 1-15

1) “EQUALITY FOR WOMEN IS PROGRESS FOR ALL”

2) DWAYNE’S HOME FIRE RAISE HUGE QUESTIONS

3) PUBLIC AUTO INSURANCE: FAIR TO YOUNG DRIVERS, TAXI FLEETS

4) OMINOUS EVENTS IN KIEV – Editorial
5) STOP THE "UNFAIR ELECTIONS ACT" – Editorial
6) SAVE ONTARIO PUBLIC SCHOOLS: ONE SECULAR, PUBLIC EDUCATION SYSTEM NOW!

7) MUSIC NOTES: Remembering Pete Seeger

8) ON THE REACTIONARY DEVELOPMENTS IN UKRAINE

9) VIOLENCE IN VENEZUELA PERPETRATED BY OPPOSITION

10) VENEZUELA: WHO'S THE BULLY?

11) PEACE CONGRESS CONDEMNS PLANS FOR "REGIME CHANGE"

12) FROM CONQUISTADORS TO OLIGARCHY

13) ANNIE BULLER: WORKING CLASS HERO

14) KICKING OFF OUR 2014 FUND DRIVE

 

February 15-28

1) “UNFAIR” ELECTIONS ACT: WHAT’S GOING ON?

2) RAISE THE MINIMUM WAGE NOW

3) SHARP DIVISIONS OVER NEW FIRST NATIONS EDUCATION ACT

4) RCMP AND CSIS SPYING ON PIPELINE CRITICS

5) WILL YOUR MAIL BE SAFE IN A "SUPERBOX"?

6) SUPPORT MARCH 1 RALLIES – Editorial

7) A SHAMEFUL ANNIVERSARY – Editorial

8) BRAMPTON MEETING SLAMS HIGH AUTO INSURANCE

9) FMLN WINS BIG LEAD IN EL SALVADOR VOTE

10) UKRAINIAN COMMUNISTS CONDEMN VIOLENCE AND FOREIGN INTERFERENCE

11) SPORTS WITHOUT WAR EXPOSES "FORCES APPRECIATION NIGHT"

12) WHEN PETE SEEGER CAME TO KOLKATA

13) MAC-PAP MEMOIR: TIMELY AND FASCINATING

 

February 1-14

1) EU POSTAL PRIVATIZATION: THE FUTURE FOR CANADA?

2) CHARGES DEMANDED IN BURNS LAKE EXPLOSION

3) MAKE CORPORATE CRIMINALS PAY FOR  SAWMILL DEATHS

4) MINIMUM WAGE CAMPAIGN PRESSURES ONTARIO LIBERALS

5) THE CANADA POST FIGHTBACK – Editorial

6) B.C. TEACHERS WIN BIG – Editorial

7) B.C. COMMUNISTS SLAM FERRY SERVICE CUTS

8) "FIRE O'LEARY" CAMPAIGN CONTINUES

9) NEW REPORT DISMANTLES U.S. ACCUSATION AGAINST SYRIA

10) "KHALISTAN MOVEMENT" - THE BRITISH HAND

11) WHAT'S REALLY GOING ON IN UKRAINE?

12) HARPER'S PLANELOAD

13) HUNDREDS OF MIGRANT WORKERS DIE IN QATAR

14) WHAT WILL THE "BILLIE JEAN DELEGATION" MEAN FOR LGBT RIGHTS IN SOCHI?

15) MUSIC NOTES

 

January 16-31

1) COMMUNIST PARTY CONDEMNS ATTACK ON CANADA POST

2) THE ATTACK ON POSTAL WORKERS, CETA, PRIVATIZATION

3) ONTARIO COMMUNISTS CAMPAIGN FOR PUBLIC AUTO INSURANCE

4) OVER 4,000 DIED IN RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS

5) OFL CONVENTION HIGHLIGHTS CHALLENGES FOR 2014

6) SHAME ON PARLIAMENTARY PARTIES - Editorial

7) NO FACTS PLEASE, WE'RE TORIES - Editorial

8) SUPREME COURT STRIKES DOWN PROSTITUTION LAWS

9) "THE YOUTH FESTIVAL WAS A GREAT SUCCESS"

10) CHEVRON CASE HIGHLIGHTED AT WFYS

11) WE STOOD WITH MANDELA IN THE STRUGGLE TO DEFEAT APARTHEID

12) SOUTH AFRICAN CP TRIBUTE TO NELSON MANDELA

13) NORTHERN IRELAND: A POLITICS BEYOND ANTI-SECTARIANISM

14) SOUTH KOREA PUSHES RAIL PRIVATIZATION

15) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

2013
December 1-31

1) TORONTO’S TEA PARTY MAYOR

2) THE THREAT OF AGRIBUSINE SS

3) RYAN ACCLAIMED AS OFL SUPPORTS AUSTERITY FIGHT

4) ACTIONS ACROSS ONTARIO DEMAND $14 MINIMUM WAGE

5) COMPROMISES WEAKEN WARSAW CLIMATE CHANGE TALKS

6) A POSITIVE STEP, BUT DANGERS REMAIN – Editorial

7) HOW AUSTERITY WORKS FOR SOME – Editorial

8) B.C. AGAIN HAS HIGHEST CHILD POVERTY

9) SFL CALLS FOR BAN ON CORPORATE POLITICAL DONATIONS

10) COMMUNIST PARTIES PLAN COMMON ACTIONS FOR 2014

11) "THE CENTRAL QUESTION IS THE TRANSITION TO SOCIALISM"

12) US IMPERIALISM CONCENTRATING IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGION

13) LEFT COALITION TAKES BIG LEAD IN CHILE ELECTION

14) ACTIVIST FROM VENEZUELA REPORTS ON SOCIALIST COMMUNES

15) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker