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Election 2019: mainstreaming hate
The decision to invite Bernier to national debates plays into the hands of white supremacists
The decision by the official Leaders Debate Commission to invite Maxime Bernier to televised debates is a disgrace, helping to...more)
Against Xenophobia! For Working People’s Unity!!
a joint statement of International Socialist Tendency organisations in Africa
Recently right wing forces in South Africa have taken advantage of high unemployment and economic hardship to stir up xenophobic...more)
Sports reports: Trump finds diamonds in the rough
The Pentagon bails out Trump's failing golf resort
Donald Trump is famous for being an avid golfer, and infamous for cheating to improve his score . Caddies at...more)
Racism and the New Brunswick NDP defections
The NDP in New brunswick took a hit this week when 14 members quit the party to join the Green...more)
Why labour should support the climate strike
The labour movement must join theclimate strikes and push for the green new deal.
The climate strike scheduled for September 27th in Canada is part of a world-wide mobilization intended to take on the...more)
Protests across Britain against Johnson’s suspension of parliament
Huge demonstrations demanding a general election in the UK
Over 70 protests took place across Britain on Saturday against Boris Johnson’s suspension of parliament and his attempt to avoid...more)
Jakarta is sinking: casualty of climate change
Climate change threatens cities around the world. Jakarta is the first to be abandoned.
Jakarta is one of the world’s great cities. The capital of Indonesia is home to about 10 million people. The...more)
How Climate Strikes can win
Student strikes for the planet are symbolically important, and civil disobedience like that organized by XR is a powerful motivator, but it will require mass strike action by workers to win the change we need on climate change.
The global student climate strikes, along with Extinction Rebellion (XR) mass civil disobedience have had a huge impact. The clear...more)
Extinction Rebellion activist speaks: troublemakers can change the world
Howard Breen tried to arrest the Liberal Environment Minister for crimes against humanity–then he was arrested by the RCMP. He tells his story
Howard Breen is a veteran activist and member of Extinction Rebellion Vancouver Island. On August 19 he was arrested while...more)
The looming Trump Slump
The Chosen One looks for answers.
Trump or no Trump, capitalism is stuck in a cycle of increasingly shallow booms and deep slumps.
In 2009 the late British Marxist Chris Harman published a book called Zombie Capitalism . When he began writing the...more)
Kenney & Ford: Tories on the take
In Alberta the newly elected United Conservative government of Jason Kenney is under a barrage of charges detailing election fraud...more)
The Reality of Revolution
Revolution is not an abstraction. Revolutionary struggles are breaking out around the globe.
Far too often the word revolution is followed with a conversation about theory or examples from past history. However this...more)
Canadian Forces and the far-right
A brief history for far-right organizing in Canada's military
Authorities are scrambling to distance the Canadian Forces from a Winnipeg army reservist who has been found recruiting for a...more)
Never Again is Now: eye witness from the Rhode Island ICE protest
A guard captain drove his truck into a peaceful protest at a Rhode Island immigrant detention centre. Maurice Methot was there.
On August 14, protesters with Never Again Action,a Jewish group formed in the past two months, and Amor, a Rhode...more)
Australian pol reveals void at capitalism’s heart: Human survival is just “annoying”
Rising sea levels threaten to swamp Pacific island nations like Tuvalu, but for Australian Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack that...more)
Tory plan to cash in on climate chaos
A veteran Tory exposes the system: climate chaos is a golden opportunity to make profit
Joe Oliver spills the beans: The time has come to stop fighting climate change. Instead Canada should be looking for...more)
Toxic tar sands mine approved “in the public interest”
For tar sands regulators, “public interest” starts and ends with profit.
A tar sands mine that will destroy an area of 240 square kilometres has just been approved. The Teck Resources’...more)
Long term care in a Long term crisis.
Inside report on the crisis in Ontario's Long Term Care - a crisis for workers and residents alike.
I am Heather Neiser, I have worked in Long Term Care for over 20 years as a PSW, I have...more)
Protestors demand green debate
Wednesday July 17 a crowd gathered outside the CBC building in Toronto to demand a publicly televised climate debate be...more)
Artists in! Billionaires out!
Rave Against Renovictions
Property developers are destroying our city.
This weekend people took to the streets of Point Grey, just outside Chip Wilson’s mansion, in a protest organized by...more)
Why Marx matters: capitalism and the Metabolic Rift
Capitalism poisons the environment and our relationship to the environment.
CO 2 was identified as a prime driver of global warming in the 1950s and has been the subject of...more)
‘The movement is at a critical point’—voice from Hong Kong
Mass strikes sustain the struggle for freedom in Hong Kong
After nearly two months of protests, Hong Kong’s mass movement has reached a critical moment. The movement has been preparing...more)
Outside agitators and traitors: big oil's war on environmentalists
To protect its narrow interests the oil industry strives to criminalize opposition and dissent.
Capitalism is intrinsically entwined with fossil fuel power and production. Wars are fought in its interests, governments brush aside human...more)
Trump’s racism inspires El Paso mass shooting in Texas
At leas 20 people were killed and a further 26 injured in a mass shooting in El Paso, Texas, on...more)
Stop the killing of social leaders in Colombia
Global day of action calls for peace and environmental justice
On Friday, July 26th, hundreds took to the streets of Toronto to walk for Life & Peace in Colombia, joining...more)

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