Grassy Narrows music video goes viral, Cubanacán: A Revolution of Forms, Four Tenors all-star game fiasco and Dave Swarbrick.
The findings of the Chilcot Inquiry are a devastating indictment of imperialist foreign policy.
CPP reform is really about the Liberal government stalling and trying prevent a real fight for livable pensions from breaking out across the country.
It’s time to get over the smug attitude that Canada is “better than the U.S.”, and accept that racism must be challenged relentlessly, not papered over.
The Third Trilateral Conference met in Toronto recently, bringing together peace councils of North America.
Labour and its allies cannot sit back and celebrate the recent victory to expand the Canada Pension Plan.
Bristol Bay fight focuses on Canada, the Victor Jara trial in Miami, and David Rovics’ “Orlando”
June was a hotter month than expected for the French ruling class, as workers and supporters took to the streets to protest the Socialist government’s new labour law.
The geo-political game being played by NATO can only increase military tensions and create new dangers for peace in Europe – and the world.
President Obama’s new chapter with Latin America has been anything but.
The 38th Central Convention of Canada’s third-oldest political party wrapped up in Toronto on May 23.
Militarism is a deadly threat to the future of our planet. The Liberals don’t get it.
Differences over the TPP within the ruling class are mostly tactical. It’s time to push back.
Resolution adopted by the 38th Central Convention, Communist Party of Canada
Action resolution adopted by the 38th Central Convention of the Communist Party of Canada
Excerpts from a statement from the Communist Party of Canada – Sally and Chuck Davis Club, St. John’s on ongoing austerity.
A resolution adopted by the 38th Central Convention, Communist Party of Canada
Brazil’s musicians protest coup, Roger Waters’ new film on American imperialism and the occupation of Palestine, Russian orchestra performs in liberated Palmyra, Syria; and Valentina Lisitsa is interviewed in Donetsk.
Drawn To Change is a graphic novel anthology on working class history in Canada. Michael Zaharuk reviews.
A couple of blocks from the Centre Island Ferry terminal on Toronto’s waterfront, one can find the offices of the NATO Association of Canada.
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,…
More than 90 countries across the globe saw mass rallies and other activities on Sunday, May 1, International Workers’ Day
Nationalist myths and an air of self-congratulation surround the 150th anniversary of the signing of the British North American act.
By the time this newspaper is delivered, delegates will be arriving in Toronto for the 38th Central Convention of Canada’s third-oldest political party.
With each passing day, Justin Trudeau faces new questions about his commitment to “real change.”
There is currently a coup d’état underway in the country, concealed by an impeachment process without any legal basis.
May Day 2016 arrives in an environment where stagnating imperialism seeks to extend its existence.
The election was a referendum on the condition of the working class in Manitoba. The Manitoba NDP upheld a system of unrestrained, neoliberal capitalism and oversaw the deep impoverishment of workers.
Violent Nazi propaganda is being delivered to homes in east Toronto.
“This is not about a few bad apples. There is a widespread devaluing of women workers across the sector.”