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.
Kevin Taghabon interviewed Sandy Hudson, co-founder of Black Lives Matter Toronto, who addressed the rally at the steps of the Ontario legislature to stand for the fight for $15 and to protect workers
Vote for the NDP on June 7 and mobilize for the June 16 rally for decent work, regardless of who is elected. We have to ensure that whoever wins continues to support workers and raises wages.
On April 28th, injured workers are demanding a compensation system that treats them with fairness, dignity and provides for means to go on living in the midst of struggle, pain and economic loss.
Since returning to Canada, Diab has recommitted himself to fighting for justice and towards the dismantling of Canada’s unfair and dangerous extradition commitments. Socialist.ca interviewed him.
Did his inner circle, caucus and the Queen’s Park press corps know, but all kept it quiet, part of what used to be called a “gentleman’s agreement?” How long did they know?