Impérialisme au XXIe siècle - Empires et confrontations

Presse-toi a gauche! - February 13, 2015 - 8:03am

Introduction au numéro Partie 1 : Enjeux contemporains
• Le capital canadien, soluble dans l'impérialisme PIERRE BEAULNE
• De l'impérialisme à l'impérialisme MICHEL HUSSON
• La guerre des pipelines. Le Canada et les nations autochtones JEN PRESTON
• La révolution néoconservatrice et l'impérialisme canadien DONALD CUCCIOLETTA
• Proies et prédateurs. Guerre et paix au (...)

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3 stabbed near Maple Leaf Gardens Sunday morning

CBC Canadian News - 3 hours 10 min ago

At least three people are injured following a stabbing near Maple Leafs Gardens Sunday morning.

Dalhousie senate member: Public forum can't hear Facebook whistleblower's case

CBC Canadian News - 3 hours 20 min ago

A Dalhousie University professor on the school’s senate committee says when it comes to discipline, each punishment should be handed out individually in the dentistry school scandal, despite student's desire to have his case heard by committee.

Wicked storm takes hold in Newfoundland, Labrador

CBC Canadian News - 5 hours 31 min ago

While a blizzard ripped into parts of Labrador on Sunday, high winds knocked out power and caused transportation problems in Newfoundland.

Can’t we all be friends? Notorious neighbour disputes in Canada

CBC Canadian News - 7 hours 55 min ago

Lululemon founder Chip Wilson's plan to build a 2,500-square-foot dock at his B.C. home is only the latest high-profile dispute between neighbours in Canada, a list that includes arguments over everything from large, unsightly houses to backyard hockey rinks to dog poop.

Eugenie Bouchard through to quarterfinals at Australian Open

CBC Canadian News - January 24, 2015 - 9:44pm

Eugenie Bouchard advanced to the quarterfinals at the Australian Open with a 6-1, 5-7, 6-2 win over Irina-Camelia Begu.

Who really owns the world's oldest hockey stick?

CBC Canadian News - January 24, 2015 - 9:01pm

Art Federow found what he believes may be the world's oldest known hockey stick in the attic of his grandfather's home on Chippawa Creek, a tributary of the Welland River, nearly five decades ago.

B.C. snowboarder missing for 3 days found alive near Whistler

CBC Canadian News - January 24, 2015 - 5:35pm

Missing snowboarder Julie Abrahamsen has been found alive three days after she was last seen on Blackcomb Mountain, Whistler RCMP said on Saturday.

Halifax-area chemical scare evacuation lifted

CBC Canadian News - January 24, 2015 - 3:58pm

RCMP say an evacuation order affecting homes in Grand Desert, N.S., has been lifted after a hazardous materials team spent days removing chemicals from a cottage linked to suspect Christopher Phillips.

Edmonton man pleads not guilty to terrorism charges in U.S. court

CBC Canadian News - January 24, 2015 - 3:11pm

An Edmonton man has pleaded not guilty to U.S. charges of supporting terrorism linked to deadly attacks on American soldiers in Iraq, after being extradited from Canada to New York City on Friday.

Danielle Smith says she's sorry for 'angering' people by leaving Wildrose Party

CBC Canadian News - January 24, 2015 - 2:58pm

Former Wildrose Party leader Danielle Smith has apologized for "angering" many of her former supporters in crossing the floor to the governing Progressive Conservatives, but says she intends to seek the PC nomination in the next election.

Négociation à l'usine Wayagamack de Kruger - Entente de principe entre les parties ( Unifor)

Presse-toi a gauche! - January 24, 2015 - 2:46pm

TROIS-RIVIÈRES, QC, le 24 janv. 2015 - Dans la nuit de vendredi à samedi, une entente de principe a été conclue entre la compagnie Kruger et les sections locales 216 et 222 du syndicat Unifor. Rappelons qu'une journée de grève a été tenue la semaine dernière alors que le syndicat voulait dénoncer la lenteur des négociations. C'est ainsi que des négociations intensives ont été reprises cette semaine menant au présent accord.
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Montreal Canadiens will face Boston Bruins at 2016 Winter Classic

CBC Canadian News - January 24, 2015 - 2:08pm

The Montreal Canadiens will face off against the team's arch rival the Boston Bruins at 2016's Winter Classic in Foxborough, Mass.

NHL announces Hockey World Cup for 2016 in Toronto

CBC Canadian News - January 24, 2015 - 1:40pm

The World Cup of Hockey will return in September 2016 with a new format that includes a North American under-23 team and a squad of European all-stars. Canada, the United States, Russia, Sweden, Finland and the Czech Republic will also compete at the tournament in Toronto.

A mixed bag of wintry weather dumps on Atlantic Canada, northeast U.S.

CBC Canadian News - January 24, 2015 - 1:37pm

Environment Canada says an intense low pressure system will bring a mixed bag of weather to the Atlantic provinces this weekend.

Canadians crying 'fowl' over lack of chickens for ethnic market

CBC Canadian News - January 24, 2015 - 11:53am

Some people have been crying foul over the lack of ethnic chicken - kosher and Asian-style chicken - in Canada.

New Brunswick teen drags himself out of water after falling through ice

CBC Canadian News - January 24, 2015 - 11:18am

A 16-year-old Rothesay boy who fell through ice while skating in the dark Friday evening is recovering this morning.

New credit card phishing scam hits Canada

CBC Canadian News - January 24, 2015 - 11:05am

Canadians are being warned about a new credit card phishing scam that is targeting people in the early morning, when they are sleepy and potentially vulnerable.

Quebec gov't stance dismays francophone school supporters

CBC Canadian News - January 24, 2015 - 9:50am

The Quebec government has disappointed supporters of expanding francophone education across Canada by agreeing with the Yukon government's position on restricting enrolment.

Death of woman paralyzed by shooting 1st Montreal homicide of 2015

CBC Canadian News - January 24, 2015 - 9:41am

Montreal police are considering the death of SAQ clerk Hélène Leduc the first homicide of 2015, after she succumbed this week to injuries she sustained in a robbery in 2010.

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