PV Vancouver Bureau
Critics of Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte's government are renewing their condemnation of the regime in the wake of two recent events: the release of a United Nations Commission on Human Rights report on the abysmal [...]
By Alykhan Pabani
United in action, Toronto’s tenants descended upon John Tory’s private residence on July 6, intending to deliver a mock eviction notice to the mayor. After years of casting futile ballots, petitioning groomed staffers and [...]
By Kayla Hilstob
On June 24, the British Columbia government began phase three of reopening, allowing hotels, resorts and RV parks to resume operations. Also included in phase three is the resumption of tenant evictions by landlords.
During a [...]
Finally, some really great news – government auditors have located over a half trillion dollars in the public treasury, to pay for a people’s recovery from the current economic crisis.
$553 billion, in fact.
It’s enough to pay for a federal [...]
This year, Pride events and mobilizations across the country take place in profoundly difficult conditions, marked by the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and deep economic crisis. The twin threats of the economic crisis and the pandemic are [...]
The bosses had scabs, police and a global health pandemic on their side, but workers at Federated Co-op Limited in Regina held out and won a big victory against the corporation’s union busting campaign. The 730 workers, members of Unifor Local 594, [...]
By Evo Morales
President, Plurinational State of Bolivia
I want to talk to you a little bit about the Indigenous movement from Abiayala, also known as the Americas. It was on October 12, 1492 that we were thought of as being “discovered.” But [...]
By Aliza Kassam and Alykhan Pabani
On June 9, tenants from across the Greater Toronto Area held a rally at Queen’s Park followed by a march to the Landlord and Tenant Board (LTB). Into their third month of a city-wide rent strike, organizers from [...]
By Judy Haiven
The COVID-19 crisis is an absolute disaster for women in so many ways—work, income, personal safety, family life.
Thanks to Premier Stephen McNeil, construction in Nova Scotia has not slowed one iota since the pandemic was [...]
B. Prasant, PV correspondent in India
The thin emaciated woman lay on her back by the side of the highway that leads away from Delhi towards Kolkata. Her arms akimbo, her knees folded together and drawn up, her body barely covered in a [...]
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