Whether you agree with the BDS movement's boycott strategy or not, it is a peaceful way to protest a serious violation of human rights.
Green Majority Radio
This week's episode includes the move from ocean oil drilling to ocean strip mines, the connection between art and environment and the TPP, Hillary Clinton and privatization.
May announced on Monday that she will remain leader of the Green Party despite ongoing disagreement over BDS resolution.
The NDP need a new leader. And Elizabeth May needs a new party. Isn't this a match made in heaven?
Much of the Canadian left is highly nationalistic, wedded to the idea this country is both a U.S. "dependency" and an international "peacekeeper."
David Kattenburg spoke with Green Party leader Elizabeth May at the World Social Forum this week about the new policy resolution supporting the BDS movement.
From the World Social Forum to Canada's progress on climate change here are some of the top rabble blog posts this week.
David Taub Bancroft
Passing a resolution in support of BDS puts the Greens on the right side of history.
The Green Party should support the principles underlying a half-century-old Supreme Court of Canada decision outlawing discriminatory land-use policies.
Justin Trudeau's "Because it's 2015" feminism has a lot of political currency. But is all this rhetoric really addressing a huge issue in Canadian politics: the parliamentary gender gap?