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Losing the right to strike
labour rights under attack
The growing attacks on the right to strike show the importance of building solidarity for workers resisting Austerity.more
Anniversary of Iraq War shows what - humanitarian intervention" would mean for Syria or Iran
Don't forget Iraq
The ongoing catastrophe in Iraq shows what -humanitarian intervention- would do it's unleashed on another country.more
1965: rank-and-file resistance and the birth of public sector unions
Remembering the birth of public sector unions
In 1965 postal workers challenged their leadership, divisions between women/women and anglophone/Quebecois and formed the first public sector unions--providing lessons valuable for today.more
Revolution spreads in Syria
Year two of the Syrian revolution
One year after the start of the uprising in Syria, demonstrations are spreading to the capital city, Damascus, and defections from the regime continue.more
CSIS to share information despite risk of torture
Who are the real terrorists?
Harper has given CSIS the go-ahead to provide information to foreign agencies in - exceptional cases," even when there is a - substantial risk" that such information will lead to torture.more
Heiltsuk Nation adds to voices against Enbridge
Indigenous resistance builds opposition to Enbridge
From a march in Vancouver to an upcoming hunger strike, Coast Salish communities are escalating the campaign against Enbridge and their dirty oil pipelines.more
Hunger strikes expose Israel's unjust policies
Hanaa Shalabi is dying for justice
Another hunger strike is highlighting the injustice of administrative detention, and exposing Israel's human rights abuses to the world.more
- Robogate" reveals weakness of Tory majority
The largest election scandal in Canadian history
Voters in more than 90 ridings across Canada have Reported irregularities, suspicious activity, and harassing and misleading phone calls in the run-up to the May 2011 federal election. In nearly every case, the calls and irregularities favoured the Conservatives.more
Amir Khadir supports students and workers on strike
victory to students and workers
In the middle of the historic student march, leading left-wing politician Amir Khadir supports striking students and locked out workers...more
Jean Charest's plan to wreck the North
Quebec's version of the tar sands
Quebec Premier Jean Charest wants to impose a massive corporate project to exploit the resources and indigenous land of the north of Quebec, but he's meeting resistance--from indigenous and labour groups, the Quebec student strike, and protests building for Earth Day.more


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