Picket lines went up across cities, towns and worksites in Ontario this week as 12,000 members of the United Association of Plumbers and Steamfitters walked out on strike.
On April 27 members gathered at the Carnegie Community Centre to share success stories of the past year, organize further action and (most importantly) eat cake!
The Liberals are simultaneously funding the wars which create refugees and taking steps to keep refugees out of Canada.
This is an important victory in the fight against the forces of hate and the far right because a broad, diverse group of counter-protesters completely shut down islamophobic group, PEGIDA.
Messages of racism and hate were drowned out by numerous counter protesters in Burnaby this past weekend.
The Ontario Coalition Against Poverty (OCAP) alongside Sistering Shelter hosted a vigil in the Bloorcourt neighbourhood for Crystal Papineau, the latest victim of Toronto’s shelter and housing crisis.
TransCanada has filed an injunction for the forceful removal of the Indigenous re-occupation of Unist’ot’en territory, and there have been many actions in response
Jean Swanson’s two upcoming motions, to ban renovictions and to amend the Tenant Relocation and Protection Policy, will both be heard in council next week.
The Quebec election brought one surprise: the election of 10 new members of a young left party, Quebec solidaire, on a radically progressive platform that most social democratic parties would not dare
A group of activists are running on a platform of ambitious reforms that would make life more affordable for working people.