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Barricades are up at GM headquarters: Statement from the Durham Region Labour Council
The Durham Region Labour Council is calling for solidarity with barricades at the General Motors Canadian Headquarters.
Comrades, Members of Unifor Local 222 have erected a barricade at General Motors Canadian Headquarters as their latest effort in...more)
Housing: a right or a nightmare?
Housing should be a right, not an investment for rich speculators
*/ It is cold comfort to know that one’s immediate, personal suffering is part of an international crisis. I have...more)
“Our rights to these lands have never been extinguished… the jurisdiction of the provincial and federal governments is misleading and false”
The hereditary chiefs of the Wet’suwet’en nation have been clear, being forced to allow RCMP and Coastal Gaslink pipeline workers to enter their lands does not mean consent is given.
Nine days after the military assault, by RCMP, on the Gitdumt’en check point Coastal Gaslink workers can now enter the...more)
Resist, Persist!: Third Annual Women’s March On Vancouver
Hope and anger unite third annual women’s march on Vancouver
Over the weekend March On Vancouver hosted its third annual Women’s March. The event took place on January 19 with...more)
Roma speaks to today
Roma is steeped in the political turmoil of the era and society it portrays.
The opening shots alone make it worth seeing Roma. In just a few minutes, this extraordinary film manages to pack...more)
"We need to create the system that we want to see.”
For the third year in a row, the women's movement is in the streets.
For the third year in a row, the women’s march was in the streets. Over 10,000 marched in a freezing...more)
Angry students protest Ford's latest cuts
Within 24 hours of Ford's latest cuts, students were in the streets.
On Thursday Ontario Premier ford announced his latest attack on the people of Ontario: cuts and rollbacks to Ontario Students...more)
Reviving lost labour traditions
In 2019, revive the union tradition of standing in solidarity whenever people are fighting back.
As we begin 2019, we see the incredible polarisation between left and right around the world. There is the growth...more)
Rest in power Crystal Papineau
Crystal Papineau is the latest victim of Toronto’s housing crisis
On Wednesday January 9 2019, in -20 degree weather, the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty (OCAP) alongside Sistering Shelter hosted a...more)
Remember Gustafsen Lake
As we build solidarity with the Wet’SuWet’en nation, it’s important to remember the lengths the state will go to to try to crush Indigenous sovereignty.
Twenty-three years ago an NDP government presided over an RCMP assault on Indigenous people on their own land. As allies...more)
"My gift today for you is a vision of having peace.”
Keep building solidarity for the Wet’suwet’en nation
Saturday January 12 marked Vancouver’s third day of solidarity actions since the RCMP raid of the Gidimt’en check point where...more)
Challenging back to work legislation
The frustration and anger hit a boiling point when postal workers were legislated back
In December, Doug Ford called an emergency session of the Ontario legislature to pre-emptively legislate power workers back to work...more)
All nations united with Wet'suwet'en
Around the world, thousands joined rallies to defend the Wet'suwet'en from the RCMP
January 8 th marked an international day of action in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en nation as the RCMP began their...more)
Take the path of most resistance
Building on the struggles in 2018, let's make 2019 a year of victories.
The fault-lines are clearer than ever. In 2018, the world got a lot more dangerous – but it also offered...more)
Climate action: governments stall while the people rise up
Around the world, more and more people are fighting to prevent climate chaos, and demanding radical action from governments
In a tragic recreation of Nero fiddling while Rome burns, we see our governments using carbon taxation as the panacea...more)
Ford’s attack on Ontario’s poorest intensifies
Forcing people off of social assistance and into precarious employment in the midst of a housing crisis won’t move people out of poverty.
Just a couple of months ago people in Ontario living on social assistance waited with bated breath while Ford’s Social...more)
Climate Crisis Accelerating – Radical Action Required
The richest 10% are responsible for almost half of total lifestyle consumption emissions.
The working class, not the market, is the key to solving the climate crisis
Dire warnings from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released last month have reignited debates over who is to blame...more)
Vision’s ghost haunts Vancouver’s 2019 budget
Budget gives whopping increase to police
On December 18 th 2018, Vancouver city council voted to approve the 2019 Capital and Operating Budget. One section of...more)
Climate economy: what could just transitions mean?
Interview with Bruno Dobrusin
The Toronto Good Jobs for All (GJFA) Coalition is busy planning a round table in early 2019 that will involve...more)
Hands off Unist'ot'en! Respect Indigenous sovereignty
Emergency solidarity actions oppose Trans-Canada injunction
TransCanada has filed an injunction for the forceful removal of the Indigenous re-occupation of Unist’ot’en territory. This is the company...more)
'Songs of Resistance 1942 – 2018' Review
Anti-Fascist anthems for the Trump age
Marc Ribot may not be a household name in the music world, though fans of rock and the New York...more)
Stop Mohamed Harkat’s deportation to torture
Sign the petition now!
The federal government is pushing to deport Mohamed Harkat to torture. The matter is urgent and imminent. Harkat, a United...more)
Solidarity action blockades South Central in Toronto
Solidarity actions continue to defend workers rights
Trade union members from CUPE, OPSEU, Steelworkers, teachers’ unions and community members blockaded South Central letter sorting plant in Toronto...more)
T'karonto Rallies to Support Unist’ot’en Camp
“Can’t drink oil. Leave it in the soil.”
In solidarity with the Unist’ot’en Camp, about 100 activists in T’karonto protested downtown on December 10 at the RBC Centre...more)
Mobilizing Wins a Victory for Renters in Vancouver!
Vancouver activists secure a victory over renovictions
On Tuesday, December 4th, something unprecedented happened: renters won a significant victory against big business landlords in Vancouver with the...more)


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