The Prime Minister’s Office is silent, but make no mistake, the triumphant appearance of British anti-war activist George Galloway in Toronto marks a huge defeat for the Tories.
Eric Ruder explains what we should -- and shouldn't -- expect from the "end of combat operations" in Iraq proclaimed by the Obama administration.
Millions are shocked and angry that George Bush has won another term as U.S. president. He is rightly hated around the world as a dangerous, reactionary war-monger. In many quarters the election resu
With each new period of radicalization, debates arise within socialist movements about how to move forward. One popular current claims to be the most radical. Its advocates call for small groups of s
If you read the mass media, there's only one story this federal election: the sudden, unexpected rise of Stephen Harper's Tories. And the Liberal vote is certainly collapsing all across Canada. But t
Paul Martin has one campaign plank in this federal election: <i>He isn't Stephen Harper.</i> Martin says he is the peace candidate, while the Tory leader is the war candidate. He says Harper is a thr
On March 28 a Canadian contractor was killed in Mosul, Iraq. Two days later, four American contractors were killed in Fallujah, their corpses dragged through the streets. And according to Doug Nesbit
On March 22, eleven protesters occupied the office of Canadian Citizenship and Immigration minister Judy Sgro. They were protesting the pending and controversial deportation of Fahim Kayani. Their ha
The peace movement helped stop Canada from openly supporting the U.S.-led war on Iraq. A split in the Liberal Party, deepened by the spectacle of public protest, dissuaded the Prime Minister from joi
“It is not clear which is more pathetic — Peter McKay's willingness to forget a promise not five months old, or David Orchard's naivet