A working class candidate with a lifelong record as an active supporter of trade union rights will not be allowed to take part in a federal election candidates forum being held in the riding of Vancouver Kingsway.
Kimball Cariou is the candidate [...]
Since assuming office in December, the new social democratic government of Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has demonstrated that it differs little from previous right-wing governments and is committed to the neoliberal capitalist model that has led to [...]
Almost every party claims to have a workable climate plan, but what will it really take to confront the crisis? Here, we look at Canada’s carbon emissions and ask what it means to achieve a meaningful reduction.
The goal is to cut emissions in [...]
After observing this summer of mass discontent, those who wish China’s Hong Kong Special Administrative Region well can draw a few conclusions.
This exercise begins superficially with some reflections on the protesters’ explicit demands. [...]
By James Chumsa and Lia Sommer
On Friday, March 15 over one million young students from around the world walked out of class to demand that their governments take serious action against climate change. The global student strike for climate was [...]
As part of our special federal election coverage, People’s Voice will be preparing a series of articles, analyses and interviews, for both our print and online editions, that examine the key issues and discuss real solutions.
Here, we speak with [...]
Hiroshima Day Event
Tuesday, August 6 from 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM at the Doukhobor Discovery Center, 112 Heritage Way
Nagasaki Day Event
Friday, August 9 at 1 PM in Gyro Park. Come hear a [...]
In the past year, two community-based reports have been released in Toronto that document the growing crises created by capitalism, especially through the rapid growth of temporary employment agencies.
According to Deena Ladd from the Workers’ [...]
In April a Japanese newspaper revealed a policy document purportedly detailing the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s economic strategy for the 2016-2020 period.
The text’s authors stressed the need to step-up technological development, [...]
Sawmill workers across Vancouver Island have been picketing for a fair contract with Western Forest Products since the Canada Day long weekend. The strike by 3000 members of United Steelworkers Local 1-1937 is in opposition to WFP's proposed [...]
Does winning World War II and the Cold War mean never having to say you’re sorry? Is there any reason for the United States to apologize to Japan for atomizing Hiroshima and Nagasaki?
Defenders of the US action counter that the bomb actually [...]
The Central Executive Committee of the Communist Party of Canada has issued a statement condemning the ongoing foreign belligerence and escalating drive to war against Iran. The Party demands that the Canadian government take immediate action to [...]
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Bombardier’s recent announcement that it will cut 550 jobs at its Thunder Bay Rail Transportation facility has sparked outrage within labour, community and political circles. It has reignited the debate around public takeover of [...]
Three years ago, after years of threats, the B.C. Liberal government fired the entire Vancouver School Board just as the trustees were about to meet to fulfill their legal requirement to adopt a balanced budget for the 2016-17 school term. The real [...]
Here’s a wake-up call about the importance of the socialist media: the federal Conservative Party has broken Canadian political fundraising records, taking in a total of $8 million during the first quarter of 2019. The working class desperately [...]
More than three decades of neo-liberalism and austerity have thrown billions of people into unemployment, poverty, and precarious work. While the TNCs ramped up enormous super-profits and the rich grew ever richer, governments and public [...]
Canada's third oldest political party turned 98 years young on May 28, just one week after adjourning its 39th Central Convention. Delegates elected from provincial meetings across the country spent May 17-20 at the Casa de Madeira on Toronto's [...]
Exactly one year ago, on June 7, 2018, the Doug Ford Conservatives won a majority in the Ontario Legislature, after running a “For the People” campaign depicting the Liberals as a "corrupt elite". Only later did the new Premier reveal his true [...]
Rallies in several cities on May 27 drew attention to the concerns among Indigenous peoples about the federal government's legislative and policy “Framework” to force First Nations (Treaty & Non-Treaty) into signing new modern agreements. Many [...]
Liberal rhetoric as a cloak for actual power and the professional celebrity as a status distraction permit the power elite conveniently to keep out of the limelight.
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