A selection of stories and voices re-printed in our print edition from publications around the world: the anti-people Greek debt, the Cambie Canadian medicare lawsuit, climate change & labour, indigenous resistance, the Brazilian coup, and the [...]
The community of protesters standing in solidarity with North Dakota’s Standing Rock Sioux represents the largest gathering of Native Americans in more than a century, yet it has been largely ignored by the mainstream media.
The FARC-EP deserves warm congratulations for its principled struggle to win peace and social justice in Colombia, going back more than half a century to its origins in defence of rural working people under attack by landowners and armed gangs.
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.
The all-India one day general strike on September 2 was bigger and more widespread than on the same date in 2015.
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