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Constitutionally speaking: Quebec and the Supremes
Divide and rule in Canada
The claim that “constitution fatigue” is a “problem” in Canadian politics serves to silence a key aspect of the oppression...more)
The Arab Spring is the real 'peace process' for Palestine
The real peace process is coming
For decades the West has maintained control of the oil-rich Middle East by arming Israeli apartheid and Arab dictatorships; it...more)
The real threat is Harper-icism
The enemy is at home
Prime Minister Stephen Harper declared that “the major threat [to Canada] is still Islamicism” while Jason Kenney, Minister of Citizenship,...more)
The Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples: 15 years on
Assessing RCAP
It is now 15 years since the release of the report by the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples (RCAP). The...more)
Pipeline ethics: profit is god
unethical oil
The movement on both sides of the Canada/US border to stop the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline can measure...more)
Ten years of the 'war on terror'
-Regime change- is being turned on its head
When the US launched its war in Afghanistan, imperial planners in Washington had set their sights on a much bigger...more)
Civil liberties: The long struggle for justice
assessing 10 years of civil liberties campaign
Mohammad Mahjoub, Mahmoud Jaballah, Hassan Almrei, Mohamed Harkat and Adil Charkaoui: arrested on security certificates. Ahmad Abou El-Maati: jailed and...more)
NATO's bloody history
NATO's real record
Far from signaling the “end of history,” the end of the Cold War left the world open to a new...more)
Libya and the myth of 'humanitarian intervention'
The impact of -humanitarian intervention-
The Conservative government is using the war in Libya to revive the concept of “humanitarian intervention” and to justify massive...more)
Campaign to stop the pipeline
Occupy the climate, end the pipeline
An array of different non-profits, labour unions and regular citizens all came out to show their solidarity on October 15,...more)
Divide and rule: Aboriginal peoples and the Constitution
The Canadian state's history of dividing Quebec and First Nations
The debates surrounding the Constitution, the highest law of the land in a capitalist state, have largely been about the...more)
Pressure builds on Yemeni president
UN provides exit for Saleh
As the people of Yemen continue their fight for freedom and democracy, the UN has provided an exit plan for...more)
No sanctions, no war. Don't Attack Iran
Stop the next war
Economic crisis, imperial rivalry and Islamophobia are fueling an attack on Iran that could have devastating consequences.more)
Euro crisis: workers vs Austerity
The capitalist rot continues
For the past month, all eyes have been fixed on Greece. At the beginning of the month, economic data confirmed...more)
We remember Alex Dodger
Obituary for Alex Dodger
In the early morning of October 16, student activist and future human rights lawyer, Alexandra Dodger, lost her life in...more)
Tamils rally for self-determination
Tamils and their allies rally for self-determination
Thousands of Tamils and their supporters filled the south lawn of Queen’s Park on October 29 to rally for Tamil...more)
Greek workers look to a peoples' default
Resistance in Greece is proposing a different kind of default
The Greek government is trying to present the decisions of the European Union (EU) summit as a “helping hand” that...more)
Ford tries to cut libraries through the back door
the movement to save Toronto libraries
After a summer mobilizing campaign that saw Margaret Atwood and Giller-winner Vincent Lam, among other writers, come to the library’s...more)
Solidarity against Israeli Apartheid
Building the BDS movement
On October 29, the Coalition Against Israeli Apartheid (CAIA) and Students Against Israeli Apartheid (SAIA) held an event titled, -...more)
Are too many people the problem?
Busting the myth of over-population
Too Many People? Population, Immigration and the Environmental Crisis Written by Ian Angus and Simon Butler Reviewed by John Bell...more)
Our banks don't stank
Think Canada's banks weren't bailed out? Think again.
Of all the feeble arguments used to undermine and ridicule the Occupy movement in Canada, the one that annoys me...more)
The fight against the neoliberal agenda
Occupy resistance to Rob Ford
As Greece teeters on the edge of economic collapse, the 99% occupiers have set up tent cities across North America...more)
Join the socialists
why you should join the socialists
With the endless spread of economic crisis, war and climate chaos, it’s clear that another world is necessary. This year...more)
NDP Leadership race: can it magnify the movements?
What do socialists say about the NDP leadership race?
Though the vote for the next leader of the NDP is not until March, the race to choose who will...more)
Tory threat to abortion rights
The battle for choice continues
The year 2012 marks the 40th anniversary of Roe vs. Wade, the US Supreme Court decision affirming a woman’s right...more)

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