Aug 13
In July, all TD Centre workers were abruptly terminated when Cadillac Fairview decided to enter into a permanent agreement with third party service providers.
Aug 12
Social movement activists made some noise outside the Guadalajara Summit, but their concerns were not reflected in the leaders' statement.
Aug 10
The Latin American Solidarity Network (LASN) rallied in Toronto on Saturday, condemning the military coup d’etat in Honduras and what they called U.S. involvement and support for a dictatorship.
Aug 7
Harper travels to Mexico this weekend to meet with Presidents Obama and Calderon. Other than enjoying a photo-op with a more popular leader, it's unclear what's on the PM's agenda for Guadalajara.
Aug 5
Lalo 'motor mouth' Espejo and Patrick 'patrick' Pennefather present their commentary on Canadian Health Care to counter Republican darling, Shona Holmes.
Aug 3
No pride in occupation
Hundreds of thousands celebrated Pride 2009 in Vancouver Sunday. This statue of Stephen Harper was the closest any Conservative MPs got to the parade. (Photo: Susan Stout)
Jul 24
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Jul 23
Antoine, Laura Bari's award-winning first film, delves into the real and fantasy life of a five-year-old blind boy in Montreal.
Jul 22
From South Korea, Sheila Bocchine captures a solar eclipse viewed by millions in Asia. (www.sheilabocchine.com)
Jul 21
Toronto city workers' strike enters week five with no end in sight.
Jul 20
11,000 residents in and around the district of West Kelowna have been forced to leave their homes as forest fires spread.
Jul 17
He was deported from Canada and then did a year in the brig for resisting the war in Iraq. On Thursday Robin Long and supporters celebrated his release in San Francisco. (Photo: couragetoresist.org)
Jul 16
The Viva Palestina convoy has arrived. About 200 activists from the United States have entered Gaza, bringing supplies and solidarity.
Jul 15
CAIA, Women in Solidarity with Palestine and others come together to protest the Royal Ontario Museum's display of the Dead Sea Scrolls stolen from Palestine by the Israeli Antiquity Authorities.
Jul 14
At the centre of Digging Roots is the chemistry and songwriting of ShoShona Kish and Raven Kanatakta. The convergence of their styles creates Digging Roots’ sound.
Jul 13
Fifteen days on, and the struggle continues to reverse the coup d'etat in Honduras. (Photo: Sandra Cuffe)
Jul 10
On July 9, a press conference was held outside the Seaton House shelter in Toronto about an incident involving Brian DuBourdieu, who is currently homeless, and five city managers at the shelter.
Jul 8
In Rome, Oxfam took G8 leaders to task for fiddling while the world is engulfed in the flames of economic and ecological crisis. (Photo: Nicola Sacco/Oxfam)
Jul 7
In Paris and around the world, fans are mourning Michael Jackson and tuning in to his memorial service at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles today. (Photo: http://contexts.org/)
Jul 5
A week after the illegal coup in Honduras, supporters of democracy continue to rally and brave military repression. Three people were reported killed Sunday. (Photo: http://www.iuf.org/www/en/)
Jul 4
A group of First Nations and Metis people have been holding vigil at Site 41 in Tiny Township since the beginning of May 2009. They'll be joined by others for a July 4 rally. (Photo: canadians.org)
Jul 2
Grana, 12, is the sole survivor of a NATO bombing raid in southern Helmand Province, Afghanistan, where the U.S. has begun a massive new offensive. (Photo: http://rawa.org)
Jul 1
The grandfather of American climate change research, James Hansen, got himself arrested June 23 protesting at a coal mine in West Virginia.
Jun 29
This coup must not stand. Independent media in Honduras are struggling to spread news of the overthrow of democracy in that Central American country. (Photo: http://indybay.org)
Jun 28
With the Pride Parade this weekend in Toronto, activists spoke out against Israel's branding of itself as an oasis for queer subjects.
Jun 25
Elderly LGBT people living in nursing homes or assisted-living centers or receiving home care, increasingly report that they have been disrespected, shunned or mistreated. (Photo: John Bonnar)
Jun 23
Iranian communities and their supporters across Canada continue to demonstrate against the bloody repression carried out by Iran's regime. (Photo: John Bonnar)
Jun 22
Indigenous people in Peru find an oil spill. Extraction industries and free trade agreements are among the causes of bloody repression in Peru's Amazon. (Photo: Ben Powless)
Jun 18
It's report card season and workers are giving Harper a failing grade. Ignatieff is also getting poor marks for a deal with the PM on EI reform. (Photo: http://canadianlabour.ca/)
Jun 17
Mass demonstrations continue in the wake of Iran's disputed presidential election. Blogger Nima Maleki is providing regular updates on the situation. (Photo: http://twitpic.com/7m62t)

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