Program helped lead to surge in youth voting in 2015 and 2019 elections
On August 25, ten days after Governor General Mary Simon approved Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s request to dissolve parliament, Elections Canada announced that it [...]
On June 14, the Ford government recalled the Ontario legislature in order to pass an anti-democratic electoral reform package that had been struck down by the courts only days before. In order to override the court decision, the Conservatives [...]
Around the world, as the contradictions of capitalism sharpen, people are becoming more critical of a system that doesn’t provide their needs and which shifts more and more wealth and power into the coffers and board rooms of a tiny few.
At a time when Indigenous and Black communities and anti-racist activists have shone a critical light on police budgets and practices across the country, it’s pretty shocking to learn that oil corporations have been gifting police forces with money [...]
Labour, democratic, civil and equality rights in the crosshairs
October marks 50 years since the October crisis of 1970, during which PM Pierre Trudeau invoked the War Measures Act, suspended civil and democratic rights across Canada and sent [...]
Special to PV
On September 2, Karl Dockstader from One Dish One Mic Indigenous media was arrested while covering the land defense at 1492 Land Back Lane near Caledonia, Ontario. People’s Voice editor Dave McKee spoke with Karl about that [...]
On March 23, Justin Trudeau held a meeting with all premiers to discuss whether or not to implement the federal Emergencies Act. As this issue of People’s Voice goes to press, he is stating that he will hold off for the time being.
In a move that clearly clamps down on dissent, the British government has published a list of extremist groups which puts left-wing groups and green campaigners together with neo-Nazis and white supremacists.
The leaked Counter Terrorism Policing [...]