May 21 2015
| By Nathaniel G. Moore |
Can spoken word change the world? Sun Belt are hoping so as their new genre-defying book 'Cabalcor' takes a deep look at the ramifications of the tar sands.
May 14 2015
| By Miles Howe |
In spring 2013, after years of actions against the threat of fracking in New Brunswick, the Elsipogtog First Nation became the focus of resistance. Read Miles Howe's account of this action.
May 7 2015
| By Amira Elghawaby |
Does the state of Canada's democracy reduce you to tears? If it doesn't, it will once you read Mark Bourrie's 'Kill the Messengers: Stephen Harper's Assault on Your Right to Know.'
Apr 30 2015
| By Daniel Tseghay |
We need solidarity across unions, industries, and workers. And as 'Solidarity Unionism: Rebuilding the Labor Movement from Below' argues, unions must look to new forms to do it.
Apr 23 2015
| By Lauren Scott |
Paul Dore's 'The Walking Man' blends reality and fiction during a journey of self-discovery after a particularly tumultuous year. Dore opens up about the books and his hopes here. Hold on, reader.
Apr 16 2015
| By George Lakoff |
With an upcoming election, George Lakoff's wisdom on political framing has never been more relevant for progressives in Canada. Read this excerpt.
Apr 9 2015
| By Neil Arason |
Is it possible to eliminate death and serious injury from Canada's roads? In this timely and in-depth study, author Neil Arason explores what can drive Canadian roads toward a safer future.
Apr 2 2015
| By Matthew Behrens |
The remarkable story of Mohamedou Ouid Slahi is one of wisdom, humour and despair. In this memoir, Slahi relays a tale of human resilience under the most appalling conditions at Guantanamo Bay.
Mar 26 2015
| By Lauren Scott |
Jesse Gilmour explores the father-son relationship in the most extreme of terms. What will a father do for a son, and what will a son ask of a father?
Mar 19 2015
| By Greg Macdougall |
Chris Dixon's book 'Another Politics' addresses the challenges, successes and inspirations of anti-authoritarian activism.