In a statement issued July 3, the Communist Party of Canada has condemned Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu’s announcement that his government’s imposed deadline had been reached for its illegal annexation of the Palestinian territories of the [...]
PV Montreal Bureau
Despite being presented as an economic stimulus plan, the Quebec government’s Bill 61, An Act to restart Québec’s economy and to mitigate the consequences of the public health emergency declared on 13 March 2020 because of the [...]
By B. Prasant
The military confrontation and hand-to-hand scuffle that took place on June 15 in the Galwan Valley in Ladakh in eastern Kashmir was but one in a series of such confrontations that had taken place over the recent years along the [...]
By Corinne Benson
Alberta’s provincial government has slated 164 provincial park sites – 37 percent of parks in the province – for closure or third-party “partnerships.” Jason Kenney’s United Conservative Party also intends to remove protected [...]
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 [...]
The Communist Party’s Central Committee met on June 14, amid a massive struggle against police killings and systemic racism that began in the US and led to mass protests on six continents and sixty countries, including Canada. Led by Black Lives [...]
Activists building an emboldened movement for progressive reform
India, Ireland, Mexico, Norway and Kenya won the June 17 elections at the 74th United Nations Assembly for five non-permanent seats on the UN Security Council. The two-year terms [...]
Manitoba’s Conservative government has used the coronavirus pandemic and resulting economic crisis as an opportunity to ram through legislation aimed at privatizing the province’s forests, parks, water infrastructure and flood control.
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 [...]
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