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Sit-ins demand Trudeau reject pipeline
November 14, 2016
Actions will culminate in a march and rally against Kinder Morgan at noon on November 19 in Vancouver.
kinder morgan pipeline
No to intervention in Syria by Turkey and all other states
September 6, 2016
Turkish and Syrian socialists have issued a joint statement opposing Turkish and all other external military intervention in Syria.
Syrian Civil War
Trudeau Liberals fail to defend civil liberties
August 26, 2016
In May, a Federal Court Justice ruled the National Security Certificate against Mahmoud Jaballah as unreasonable but now the Trudeau government is appealing that decision.
Condo development on sacred Algonquin land
August 8, 2016
A real estate development on islands in the Ottawa River -- in the heart of the national capital -- will test the federal government's commitment to operate in good faith with Indigenous peoples.
indigenous land rights
Live boldly, unless you’re disabled?
July 27, 2016
The film "Me Before You" is yet another fictional story written by a non-disabled person that romanticizes stereotypes and marginalizes disabled people.
Me Before You
Ghostbusters: popular culture, misogyny and racism
July 21, 2016
The new Ghostbusters reboot ain't no masterpiece but the real problem here is about the misogynists and racists who find comfort in the ascending culture of hate promoted by the likes of Donald Trump.
15 plus: Quebec's fight for $15 an hour
July 6, 2016
The fight for a $15 minimum wage, which has spread to hundreds of cities across North America, was the direct inspiration for an unlimited strike that shut down Montreal's Old Port.
fight for 15
Inquest says police murdered Jermaine Carby
June 15, 2016
On the same day Toronto Police raided marijuana dispensaries, the jury in the coroner's inquest into the police shooting of Jermaine Carby essentially ruled his death as racism-fuelled homicide.
Toronto Police shooting
Unpacking our racist baggage
June 10, 2016
Justin Trudeau told a group of U.S. students that Canada was suited to peacekeeping roles because it lacks "some of the baggage that so many other Western countries have..." Oh, really?
The growing fight for $15 and fairness
May 27, 2016
Since 2012 when a handful of fast food workers in New York and Chicago walked off the job, the Fight for $15 has spread to more than 300 US cities and inspired a global movement including Canada.
Fight for $15
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