PV Alberta Bureau
The Alberta Legislature will convene on February 25 with a new Speech from the Throne.
“At only 12% of the way though our mandate, we’ve delivered on 43% of our commitments to Albertans so far,” tweeted Alberta premier Jason [...]
PV Vancouver Bureau
The courts and both the federal and provincial governments continue to back the drive by energy corporations to expand the extraction and export of fossil fuels in British Columbia, but resistance is also rising. Over a [...]
As the contradictions within capitalism sharpen, the world is hurtled through a gauntlet of ever deeper crises. At any given moment we face the threat of economic collapse, war or environmental catastrophe – or some combination of the three.
Working people in Ontario are facing major political struggles in order to defend already meager living standards and their social and economic rights. We have only seen one third of the four-year term of the Conservative majority government, and [...]
Canada has a racism problem (and the fact so many Canadians think we don't is a part of it)
Perhaps after an election where Justin Trudeau was exposed for having worn blackface on several occasions and yet not only was not forced to resign as [...]
Union urges boycott of all Co-op brands
When the 800 members of Unifor Local 594 are working inside the Co-op Refinery in Regina, Federated Co-op Limited (FCL) makes $3 million a day. In fact, FCL makes 75% of its total revenue from the refinery, [...]
(PV Staff, with files from Tsleil-Waututh Nation Sacred Trust)
Representatives of Indigenous communities fighting the Trans Mountain pipeline and tanker project (TMX) in the Federal Court of Appeal (FCA) gathered on December 16, the day before [...]
On December 31, the BC Supreme Court ruled in favour of Coastal GasLink (CGL), which has never obtained consent from the Wet'suwet'en Hereditary Chiefs to work on un-surrendered traditional Indigenous territories in the north-central part of the [...]
The Communist Party – Alberta has issued an open letter commending the University of Alberta for resisting calls to dismiss sessional lecturer Dougal MacDonald over his comments that the Ukrainian famine was not a genocide. MacDonald made the [...]
Meeting on November 16-17, the Ontario Provincial Committee of the Communist Party of Canada reiterated its demand for the nationalization of General Motors. The committee endorsed the grassroots Green Jobs Oshawa campaign that calls for the [...]
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