The real danger comes not from these young and not-so-young people who are supposedly being radicalized but rather from the radicalization of a government that is constantly more liberticidal and that, by creating a climate of hostility, would arm [...]
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 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.
New Brunswick's forest industry has been dominated since the mid-20th century by the Irving company, which has a status almost approaching that of a feudal ruler. In spite of ongoing expressions of concern by local biologists that the forest was [...]
With the next election looming in May 2017, the Liberals keep throwing dust in the air, to prevent voters from getting a clear understanding of what years of chronic underfunding has done to BC education.
Bill 201 does nothing to address parties’ receipt of money in return for meetings with Cabinet members. Instead, it delivers another blow to democracy in the form of a full-on frontal assault against working class participation in electoral politics.
Paula Ducharme is running for the Communist Party in the riding of Fort Rouge in Manitoba’s April 19 election.
She had her first job in Fort Rouge - in her early teens she worked out of Mulvey Avenue riding a Dicky Dee ice cream cart for the [...]
The Communist Party of BC is urging voters in Vancouver-Mount Pleasant and Coquitlam-Burke Mountain to reject Premier Christy Clark’s Liberals in by-elections to be held on Feb. 2.
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