Five walkers from the Journey for Earth arrived in Toronto this week on their way to Ottawa for June 21. (Photo: Occupy Canada)
Activist Communique: Journey for Earth walkers arrive in Toronto on their way to Ottawa
Photo: @looocey / Twitter
'Stop the tar sands' protest to greet Harper's speech to the British Parliament
Remembering the homeless who have died on the streets of Toronto
Homeless deaths mounting at a record pace in Toronto
Monday protest outside Joe Oliver's office. (Photo: John Bonnar)
Steelworkers rally against Harper's low-wage, anti-worker agenda
With scandal and change in the air, now's the time to support independent media!
Your change makes change!
Edward Snowden: NSA whistleblower explains his decision
Video: NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden in his own words
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CBC's secret fund story still stands despite belated Conservative denials
Sadness and anger in France after far right murder of 19-year-old student
Rally and vigil in Paris after far right killing of 19-year-old student Clément Méric
Photo by Chris Yakimov / Flickr
Mix of cautious optimism and skepticism greets B.C. government announcement on Northern Gateway pipeline
Happy Environment Week! (Sort of)
Did Harper forget it's Environment Week? Seven reasons he may not want to mark the occasion
Photo: savebradley / flickr
War and the whistleblower: Bradley Manning on trial
Photo: Charlene Vickers
From Mike Duffy to Rob Ford, Canada's right-wing is cracking up
B.C. government makes official statement on Enbridge pipeline
B.C. government formally opposes Enbridge pipeline
Tens of thousands in Greece have protested Vancouver-based Eldorado Gold. (Photo:
Canadian mining company confronted with fierce opposition over Greece projects
Arthur Porter (Photo:
The Doctor of Panama: A strange tale of Harperite politics and national security
Mulcair interrogates Harper over Senate expenses scandal
Video: Mulcair vs. Harper on Senate expenses scandal in Question Period
Dr. Henry Morgentaler (1923 - 2013)
Farewell to a brave, inspiring fighter: Canadians pay tribute to Dr. Henry Morgentaler
Photo: West Annex News / flickr
Rob Ford and the blue-collar-millionaire myth
Electoral fraud: On the Federal Court ruling in the 'robocalls' case
Election fraud finding by Federal Court points directly at Conservative Party
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HEU: How our union works
Video: How our union works!
The Senate chamber. (Photo: Johnath / flickr, Creative Commons)
Six key points for understanding Harper's Senate scandal
New Union Project telephone town hall attracts thousands
Thousands join New Union Project telephone town hall meeting
Mount Douglas' original name is PKOLS. (Photo: Andy M Smith / flickr)
The PKOLS reclamation: Saturating the land with our stories
Photo: @carlena / Twitter
World media reports on Harper government's growing Senate expense scandal
Elijah Harper. (Photo:
Elijah Harper remembered: 'He will have a place in Canadian history forever'
Hypocrisy, privilege and the real scandal of Rob Ford
Dangerous addictions: Toronto, right-wing hypocrisies and Rob Ford
Harper's Keystone XL sales pitch in New York City greeted by protest
Harper faces protest in New York City over Canada's dismal climate policies and Keystone XL
Harper government in hot water after Chief-of-Staff secretly cuts cheque for Senator Mike Duffy
L'affaire Duffy: Will Harper be held to account?
Venezuela's new labour law: The best Mother's Day gift
Adrian Dix spoke to 1000 people at a 'rally for change' Sunday in Vancouver. (Photo:  brent_granby / flickr)
Filipino community will benefit from BC NDP's policy commitments
Christy Clark and Liberals win a stunner in B.C., Greens' Andrew Weaver picks up first ever seat
BC Liberals pull off stunning election win, Greens pick up first ever seat
The gang at ShitHarperDid is at it again -- using humour to challenge Harper's 'Economic Action Plan.' (Photo:
Can online activism incite political agency? ShitHarperDid keeps apathy in its crosshairs
A Mother's Day appeal for peace and justice
From Guantanamo to Yemen: A Mother's Day appeal for justice
Hey Joe Fresh: After Bangladesh, workers need the protection of unions
Memo to Joe Fresh: Get smart and don't be Walmart
Rex Weyler: Why more tar sands pipelines will be a disaster for Canada
Why more tar sands pipelines will only bring disaster for B.C. and Canada
The Caravan: Halifax hip hop trio calls out Harper
Indie Inside: The Caravan
Thousands protest in Hungary against the rise of Jobbik, a neo-Nazi party. (Photo: Janos Marjai / EPA)
Safe country? World Jewish Congress fears Hungary will relive 'darkest era in European history'
Dr. Cindy Blackstock of Indigenous Waves Radio.
Canadian Journalists for Free Expression and whistleblowers
Naomi Klein: Time for big environmental organizations to divest from fossil fuels
It's time for environmental groups to divest from fossil fuels
May Day in Dhaka, Bangladesh. (Photo:
May Day: Workers in Bangladesh demand workplace safety
Just like last year, May Day in Ottawa will include a march on the Prime Minister's Office. (Photo:
Cause for celebration this May Day: Marginalized workers find new ways to get organized
Canada's Immigration Minister, Jason Kenney. (Photo: michael_swan / flickr)
Jason Kenney shows his true colours while explaining changes to foreign worker program
James Hansen at the Forward on Climate Rally, Washington, D.C. (Photo:
Canadian officials should be ashamed for attacking scientists
Memorial ceremonies are taking place across Canada today to honour workers killed on the job. (Photo:
National Day of Mourning: Past sacrifice, present struggle
Paddlers determined to protest the Salish Sea from Kinder Morgan's expansion plans. (Photo: Tsleil-Waututh Nation)
B.C. election: Christy Clark's position on pipelines is as clear as tar
Wednesday in the House Defence Minister MacKay got called out by the NDP's Nathan Cullen. (Photo: Secretary of Defense / flickr)
'You voted against money for our troops': NDP calls out Peter MacKay
The latest in our special series: find out how citizen science solved the mystery of the missing monarchs.
Citizen science through the ages: Looking back on amateur astronomers and blue-collar biologists
Hot Docs preview: CHIMERAS puts spotlight on China's art scene
CHIMERAS at Hot Docs spotlights booming China art scene
An estimated 50,000 people marched in celebration of Earth Day in Montreal Sunday. (Photo: Frédéric Sultan / flickr)
West-to-east pipelines are all about exports and corporate profits, not energy security
Photo: Caelie_Frampton/Flickr
The trouble with evidence: Cuts to the Health Council of Canada
Photo:  The Bay Area's News Station / flickr
Massive police operation in Boston - one bombing suspect killed
Can't muzzle this: Check out our series on the rise of citizen scientists
Science: Citizens getting back to basics
Photo: Paul-W / flickr
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Introducing our new Lynn Williams Activist Toolkit
Introducing our new Lynn Williams Activist Toolkit
Trudeau and Chretien. (Photo: Adam Scotti)
Advice for Tom Mulcair and Justin Trudeau: Hammer Harper on the economy
Take our 2013 Vegan Challenge
So you've decided to take the Vegan Challenge -- now what?
MPs Jinny Sims and Alexandre Boulerice kicked off the first session of convention. (Photo:
Conservative smear machine hits the NDP with old-fashioned red-baiting
On the death of Margaret Thatcher
Not Rex: The ghost of Margaret Thatcher marches on
Photo: Great Plains Tar Sands Resistance
'Rise up to defend land and water': Oklahoma grandmother takes action against Keystone XL
Photo:  Francisco Diez / flickr
Capitalism as usual: Why RBC's outsourcing isn't really a surprise
Photo: AP
Maggie! Maggie! Maggie! Eulogy for a welfare state arsonist
Strike news from around the world as anti-austerity struggles heat up
From New York to Hong Kong: Striking workers shut down fast food joints, ports and schools
Our parliamentary reporter Karl Nerenberg has covered the abuse suffered by the Roma in Hungary. (Photo: habeebee / flickr)
Trading away human rights? Canada turns a blind eye toward abuses against Roma in EU
What tales does Michael Sona have to tell?
Junior Conservative charged for robocalls: What tales does he have to tell?
The police complaints process in Vancouver comes under scrutiny.
The thin blue line and the criminalization of dissent
Last week the World Social Forum took place in Tunisia. (Photo: Amine Ghrabi / flickr)
The Geneva Conference Against Racism: A participant's account
Gmanwolf featured this month in rabbletv's Indie Inside
Indie Inside: Gmanwolf
Remembering Peter Kormos (1952 - 2013)
Remembering Peter Kormos: A rebel with a cause
A campus-wide vote will take place Wednesday and Thursday this week to decide the fate of OPIRG-Carleton.
Campus activism at Carleton under threat
Remembering Ralph Klein
Remembering Ralph Klein: Discussing union bargaining styles over the proverbial drink with the premier
Robo journalism? Hard questions for the media in Harper's Canada
Robo Hacks: Hard questions for the media in Harperland
Canada's Economic Action Panda
Canada's Economic Action Panda
Photo: MaghrebEmergent
Major march to launch the World Social Forum
Thousands welcomed the Nishiyuu youth walkers to Parliament Hill Monday. (Photo: Ben Powless)
Speaking out, demanding respect: Nishiyuu walkers bring message to Parliament Hill
This is the scene today, as thousands welcome Nishiyuu youth finishing an epic journey on Parliament Hill. (Photo:@NathanCullen)
Forget 'panda diplomacy'; it's the Journey of Nishiyuu that deserves our full attention
CLC Political Action Conference wraps up in Toronto
Building a more inclusive and representative labour movement in Canada
This was the scene Thursday at an anti-racism action. (Photo: Ben Powless)
Indigenous youth on epic journey to Ottawa deserve attention and respect
Celebrate World Water Day
Canadian Film and Water Docs festivals this week
Budget 2013: Smoke, mirrors and very few details
Photo: JPDaigle / flickr
The C is for co-operation, not corporation: An open letter to MEC members
Image: Lance Page / t r u t h o u t
Warm and fuzzies: Canadian mythmaking on the 10th anniversary of a slaughter
Preston Manning, Ron Paul and the angry God of the Market
Apocalypse Soon: Preston Manning, Ron Paul and the Angry God of the Market
There are now about 200 people taking part in this historic journey headed for Ottawa. (Photo: Ben Powless)
Indigenous youth on epic journey to Ottawa deserve attention and respect
Remembering Rachel Corrie
A message from the parents of Rachel Corrie on the 10th anniversary of her death
Federal budget coming next week: What will Flaherty cut?
Reality TV and the security state: Disturbing CBSA raids target migrant workers in Vancouver
Borderline offensive: The CBSA and reality television
Appreciating the life and work of Stompin' Tom Connors
Stompin' Tom Connors: An alternative appreciation
Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio, S.J., has been elected Pope Francis. (Photo: Catholic Church England and Wales / flickr)
The corruption of the Vatican and the meaning of the new Pope
Tim Hudak wants to be the next premier of Ontario, and would love to bring in "right to work" legislation.
'Right to work' is a lie
Photo: ChavezCandanga / flickr
The legacy of President Hugo Chavez
On Saturday, March 9, thousands marched through Toronto for IWD.
Photo essay: Toronto IWD march
CBC TV movie tells the story of Jack Layton's life: Tonight 8pm
Jack, the movie: CBC biopic tells the story of late NDP leader
IWD events, like this one from 2010 in Toronto, are taking place in cities and towns across Canada today. (Photo:  Oxfam)
International Women's Day: What's the way forward?
EXCLUSIVE: Quebec Liberal frontrunner Couillard faces questions over teaching record
This late night gathering in Caracas' Plaza Bolívar was one of many vigils marking yesterday's death of Hugo Chavez.
Hugo Chavez, RIP
Ten reasons child care is still a feminist issue
Think child care is no longer a women's issue?
Photo: Wikimedia Commons / The New York Times
100 years later: Lessons from the suffragettes
Hugo Chavez died at the age of 58 today. In October he celebrated the last of many election victories.
Hugo Chavez, undefeated
UN Rapporteur: Harper's agenda contributing to food insecurity in Canada