Populism is clearly the zeitgeist of our time. It's just a question of whose version.
We need a true vision of social solidarity and economic justice that can sustain our shared humanity and planet. Keynote speaker Maude Barlow will speak at the seventh annual Tommy Douglas Institute.
Focusing on the symptom fails to identify the culprit. It fails to identify why Canadian workers and families are struggling economically, even when the economy is actually growing.
The Activist Toolkit takes a look at changing fortunes of Progressive Conservatives across Canada in the slate of elections coming up.
Tommy Douglas and others were populists who privileged the needs of ordinary people while leaders like Trump are wannabe demagogues.
Veteran organizers south of the border share some lessons for working toward social change.
A wealthy, privileged establishment defending liberal democracy risks being an accelerant, not an antidote, to right-wing populism.
Doug Ford's revved-up war against the poor could perhaps be described as politically cunning. One thing it could never be described as is populist.
This happens to be a populist moment politically but ours won’t be a particularly Trumpian one, not because Ontarians are smarter than Americans but because there’s a populist alternative.
The only reason for panic is our retrograde, undemocratic electoral system. It would give Doug over 70 per cent of seats with his 40 per cent of the vote.