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 [...]
1919: A Graphic History of the Winnipeg General Strike, by the Graphic History Collective and David Lester, published by Between the Lines, 2019, 107 pages, ISBN 978-1-77113-4209-0 (softcover).
Review by Kimball Cariou
"A picture is worth a [...]
Johnny Clegg, the South African musician who defied apartheid by forming two highly successful biracial bands, died at his home in Johannesburg on July 16 after a long fight with cancer. Clegg's first band, Juluka, began in 1969 as a duo with [...]
The Federal Ethics Commissioner’s ruling that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau violated conflict of interest rules, when he pressured then-Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould to halt major criminal charges against SNC Lavalin and instead provide a [...]
On August 2, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made a trip to Iqaluit for a photo-op during which he laid out his government's alleged commitment to building new housing in Nunavut. The territory is in the midst of a severe and worsening housing crisis [...]
In political terms the government of Venezuela had a good month of July while managing very critical economic circumstances. Reps of 120 Non Aligned Movement (NAM) countries attended their ministerial meeting in Caracas, and more than 700 delegates [...]
Solidarity for Sudbury workers locked out May 31
The scheduling staff, who are paid a maximum of $16 per hour, weren’t asking for the moon when they met to bargain with private homecare corporation CarePartners. The Sudbury workers, represented [...]
People in Ontario are starting to understand what the Doug Ford agenda is all about.
High school students will be returning to school in a few weeks to find that 25% of their teachers and the classes they teach have been cut.
University and [...]
Immediately following the announcement by the Indian government of Narendra Modi that it would divide the state of Jammu and Kashmir, five of the country’s left parties issued a joint statement condemning the assault on federalism and calling for [...]
Party calls for justice for teachers, students
The Communist Party of BC has issued a statement saying the present course of the NDP government on public education issues poses a serious threat to the interests of teachers, support staff, students [...]
The World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU) recently published a report – The Present and Future of Work – that places this question in the context of our capitalist, imperialist society. In doing so it reveals why our Canadian labour movement is in [...]
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