photo: flickr/Ian Muttoo
Taking the Canadian flag off our backpacks
photo: wikimedia commons
It is time for a war on the car
Image by artist Jayce Augustine
Everything you need to know about Elsipogtog
Image: flickr/Renegade98
Lip service from the throne speech: Can justice for missing and murdered Indigenous women ever be found?
Photo courtesy of Stefan Christoff
Montreal revolutionaries, Canadian security and race: An interview with author David Austin
Photo flickr/the_amazon
Frackas in Elsipogtog
Screenshot from APTN coverage
Activist Communique: Updated: Emergency rallies in support of the Mi'kmaq and Elsipogtog First Nations
Photo flickr/itzafineday
Harper delivers a tough message in the throne speech, then leaves town
Photo: Oxfam America
Yes, Harper will have his throne speech on World Food Day: but will he address food security?
Photo courtesy of Renée Acoby.
Filmmaker explores agony of solitary confinement in Canada
Image: wikimedia commons
Unifor President Jerry Dias on giving thanks for what is possible
Image: flickr/s.yume
Stephen Harper: Hockey book writer, arts program de-funder
Photo: Mike Alexander/flickr
Canada's burning chambers: A secret Supreme Court hearing in October
Image: House of Anansi
'Hellgoing' piles on life's uncertainties and allows characters to crawl through
Photo: David Coombs
Activist Communique: Idle No More Proclaimed Day of Action and Awareness
Equal education for First Nations: Colonial approaches to education are not best
From Residential Schools to the First Nation Education Act, colonialism continues
Image: Front Lines International Tour
Front Lines International tour
Image: Idle No More
Activist Communique: Updated - 50+ Idle No More events planned for October 7, 2013
Canadians Tarek Loubani and John Greyson have been released
Free! Canadians Tarek Loubani and John Greyson released from Egyptian jail
Photo: John Bonnar
Several hundred Toronto activists march in solidarity for elephants
Overcoming roadblocks for Indigenous language development
If the will is there, Indigenous languages can still flourish
Image: Lance Page / t r u t h o u t; Adapted: Pete Kraynak, Naila Jinnah
Episode 148: The dissenters
Photo: wikipedia commons
When eating local, start with your booze
Image: flickr/nondoctor
It's time for a new water ethic
Activists took to the Rideau River in Ottawa Sunday with a message against tar sands pipelines. (Photo: Ecology Ottawa)
IPCC report on climate change: Time for a global carbon budget
Photo: Alice_henneman/Creative Commons.
Eating local and the Local Food Act: It's more than semantics
Del Mastro facing charges under Elections Act, leaves Conservative caucus
Stephen Harper's very bad day: Charges against Dean Del Mastro and a new PBO report
Photo by Richard Webster / Halifax Media Coop
The Harper government's war on science and knowledge
GSY!BE's response to winning the 2013 Polaris Prize is awesome
Photo: sandy kemsley / flickr
#EatLocal: Your resource guide to farmers' markets and food initiatives
Photo: Province of British Columbia.
Tens of thousands walk for Reconciliation in Vancouver
Countless rallies over the past 10 years have defended Insite. (Photo:
Vancouver's Insite celebrates 10 years as threat of Conservatives' Bill C-65 looms
September is a big month for Omar Khadr
'This is a human rights issue': Campaign raises money for Omar Khadr's legal expenses
Build the beat! Help us keep Karl Nerenberg reporting from Parliament Hill
Build the beat! Support Karl Nerenberg's Parliament coverage
Photo: Jonas Pereira/Agência Senado/flickr
Joaquim Barbosa: Brazilian protesters' most inspiring ally
Quebec's 'Charter of Values' sparks debate
Politics and religion: Quebec's secular attire debate opens a Canadian can of worms
Photo: Brian Cantoni/flickr
Tuition costs in Canada: Jeopardy, Jackpot, or Wheel of (Mis)Fortune?
Photo: Mohammed Abdel Moneim/Globovisión/flickr
Egypt's coup: The cycle of vengeance is on
OCAP pickets 'poverty reduction' consultation in Toronto
Video: OCAP pickets Liberal poverty reduction consultation meeting in Toronto
A closer look at A Tribe Called Red
A Tribe Called Red: Dropping beats, fighting against Aboriginal invisibility
Chile's presidential palace was bombed during the coup on Sept. 11, 1973. (Photo:
The Right to Live in Peace: Forty years on, the coup in Chile still has lessons for us today
Rosia Montana Valley. (Photo: BAS Photography on Pbase.)
Of vampires and a zombie mine in Transylvania
Photo: flickr/UBC Library
It happened on my campus too: The SMU rape chant at UBC
Photo: poniblog / flickr
Breakthrough needed on Syria at G20 summit: Military intervention risks making things worse
Photo: Esmerine / Facebook
Indie Inside: Esmerine
Syria: War debate rages in U.S. and worldwide
The dilemma of Syria and the responsibility of progressives
Irish protest for Chelsea Manning. (Photo: Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland)
Obama, give Chelsea Manning a pardon -- and your Nobel Peace Prize
Labour Day: Immigrant workers hit harder by tough economic times
Members of Canada's newest union are up early for the Labour Day Parade, a great Toronto tradition. (Photo: Sid Ryan / Twitter)
Unifor sets out long-term strategy at their convention
Photo: Unifor
Unifor officially takes shape at historic union convention
Unifor holds founding convention in Toronto
Unifor and the potential rebirth of militant union activism
Hundreds protested Wednesday night in London, UK against a looming bombing of Syria. (Photo: Stop the War UK)
Phyllis Bennis: There is no military solution to Syria
New appeals for the release of Canadians held in Egypt
Video: Free John Greyson and Tarek Loubani -- an appeal from John's students
The Harper government's shameful record on missing and murdered Indigenous women
Harper seeks to blame Indigenous women for their own disappearance
Photo: Hindrik Sijens/flickr
Fraser Institute report leaves children out in the cold
Photo: Thox / flickr
Energy East? Use oil from Newfoundland, not the tar sands
Bonnie Sher Klein on receiving the order of Canada: 'I am beginning not to recognize this country'
'I am beginning not to recognize this country': Bonnie Klein on receiving the Order of Canada
Why the coup in Egypt must be defeated
Photo: Mike Alexander/flickr
Canada's burning chambers: A secret Supreme Court hearing in October
Growing calls for immediate release of two Canadians jailed in Egypt
Dear Pierre Poilievre: Let's talk about democratic reform and the Senate
When will the Minister of Democratic Reform reform democracy?
Protests condemn massacres in Egypt
'Silence is complacency': Against the coup in Egypt
Photo: Mohamed Azazy / flickr
Egypt shows the true face of the global war on the poor
Photo: Daniel Incandela/flickr
Musician Questlove challenges 'stop-and-frisk' practice: Racism in the lives of the hip-hop generation
(Photo: Globovisión)
Massacre in Egypt as security forces attack protest camps
Bradley Manning deserves the Nobel Peace Prize, not more hard time
Activist Communique: Update on the Toronto police shooting death of Sammy Yatim
Day of action for students in sanctuary
Students in sanctuary: Time for new Minister Chris Alexander to do the right thing
Vancouver 2014? A sober look at the Olympics and human rights
For pity's sake, George: Don't send the Olympics back to Vancouver
ALBA: Latin America's groundbreaking alliance of solidarity and mutual aid
Russia's anti-gays laws have sparked protests worldwide, like this one in New York City. (Photo: Bosc d'Anjou / flickr)
This is about more than just Russia: Homophobia and the Olympics
Photo: Sheila Steele/flickr
City of Regina, show us your math on P3s!
Photo: An iceberg in Disko Bay, Greenland. Credit: J. Crump
Where icebergs are born: Tracking melting sea ice in Disko Bay
Photo: shannonpatrick17 / flickr
Oil sands: The difficult poster child for Canada's environmental record
Robert W. McChesney (Photo:
Digital revolution: 'Digital Disconnect' analyzes corporate control of our digital communications future
Photo: Rising Tide.
Coal, oil, gas: None shall pass!
Justice for Sammy: Demanding real accountability and oversight for Toronto police
Enough is enough: Time for the public to police the police
Photo: Justin Canning
Critical mass arrest: Eyewitness account of Montreal police repression of monthly bike ride
Photo: photoswebpm/flickr
Is Harper's enemies list the beginning of the end?
Photo: wikipedia commons
Lac-Mégantic a collision of water, oil and transport deregulation
A rally of civil society and public health care supporters at Niagara-on-the-Lake earlier this week. (Photo: Kim Elliott)
Premiers: Tell Harper Canadians need a National Health Accord
Photo: Justice for Muhammed Sillah
One refugee's fight for justice: The case of Muhammed Sillah
National day of action: Honour the apology
Honour the apology: Don't get fooled again
Photo: @Stand4Medicare
As Ottawa retreats from its responsibilities, we need to stand up for public health care
NSA North: Why Canadians should be demanding answers about online spying
Everything Is So Political: A Collection of Short Fiction by Canadian Writers
'Everything Is So Political' interprets 'What is political?' into a diverse and memorable marriage of art and politics
Check out this month's featured band on Indie Inside: Minotaurs
Indie Inside: Minotaurs
The politics of Nelson Mandela Day
Rob Ford's Nelson Mandela Day and other historical ironies
Activists fight against loss of shelter beds in Toronto
Seaton House re-development will result in cuts to services, loss of shelter beds, say anti-poverty activists
Stand with Snowden
Stand with Snowden
Photo: Jamie McCaffrey/flickr
Peddling fantasy: Public choice theory and political failure in Canada
'Justice for Trayvon' protests across North America after verdict
Photos from the Ottawa Vigil for Trayvon Martin
Photo: Sterling College/flickr
Hey you! Food justice movements do draw lines between your local products and agricultural reform
Photo: Stephen Boyle/flickr
The dirty view from Windsor: Canada's petcoke problem
Photo: Michael Lee-Murphy
Oka, 23 years on
Photo: Graeme & Sara Bunton & Peel/Flickr
Weather on steroids: What to expect from a changing climate
Photo: Blaire Russell
Activist Toolkit: An introduction to indigenous-settler relations
Erica Ryan-Gagne displays Eri-Cut & Nailed signage outside of her new salon loca
Made on Haida Gwaii: Entrepreneur Erica Ryan-Gagne launches her vision
Lobbying for a revenue neutral carbon tax on Capitol Hill
Canadians on Capitol Hill to lobby for a revenue neutral carbon tax
Photo: Russ Allison Loar/flickr
Oil train disaster in Quebec as oil shipments by rail in Canada rising at 'breakneck speed'