This massive militarization means the government is committing to increase its already significant role in military interventions and full-scale wars around the world, further escalating imperialism’s drive towards world war.
Evidence shows Canadians who rely on prescription drugs don’t have the money to cover costs, and instead are splitting pills, skipping dosages to stretch prescriptions, sharing medicines or going deep into debt.
Stories about media layoffs and downsizing just kept coming over the first half of this year which makes support for working class media, including newspapers like People’s Voice, more crucial than ever.
Thanks to the mobilization of rank and file delegates, an emergency resolution unanimously endorsed by the Canadian Council was overwhelmingly supported by delegates to the Canadian Labour Congress Convention.
Bill C-16 will bolster efforts to ensure sexual violence support services are available to all survivors of violence, affirming the importance of equity and safety for trans, two-spirit and gender diverse people.
The lush locks & toothy grin of our to-the-manor-born Prime Minister can't hide that this corporate budget will cost lives of the most vulnerable.
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