Aug 23
Haitians in Cité Soleil queue for food after the earthquake, in January 2010. Photo: The United Nations
It's simply extraordinary to see how corporate power continues to profit at every turn in Haiti.
Aug 20
A 2006 memorial march to commemorate Black July in 1983 -- where the Sri Lankan government and Sinhalese ethnic nationalists massacred thousands of Tamils in Sri Lanka. Photo: Noaman Ali/Flickr.
Vic Toews is wrong.
Aug 19
Honey Dejarlais and Clayton Thomas-Muller lead 100 people in a 13-kilometre healing walk around the tar sands on Aug. 14. Photo: Velcrow Ripper/Fierce Light Films www.evolvelovelive.com.
Organized and led by Indigenous people and open to everyone.
Aug 18
Environmental activists in Las Crucitas protest against the open-pit Canadian gold mining project. Photo provided by: Centro Humboldt
A contentious open-pit gold mine is upsetting locals along the Nicaraguan-Costa Rican border, but the Canadian company behind it could get millions if the contract is cancelled.
Aug 17
Canadian mortar crew at Tarnak Farms outside Kandahar Air Field in 2006. Photo:  lohan1025/Flickr
It is a military disaster, based on faulty political analysis, and it reveals the deep-seated problems within the U.S. ruling class -- and Canada's -- and its projects for the world.
Aug 16
The MV Sun Sea (right) and the impromptu refugee processing centre set up to received 490 Tamils. As seen from across the harbour on the shore of the Esquimalt First Nation after the ship’s arrival on Aug. 13, 2010. Photo: Wongo888/Flickr
Our best strategy is to follow our humanitarian principles and due process.
Aug 13
Not Rex Murphy: No more stimulus, unless you are in the police or military.
No more stimulus, unless you are in the police or military.
Aug 12
Photo: The World Economic Forum/Flickr
After having his way with Canadians and our political system for four-plus years, cracks have begun to appear in the P.M.'s carefully constructed tower of power.
Aug 11
Civil disobedience is centre stage now as the closure of the federal prison farm program, 100 years after it was established, is going ahead.  Arrests in Kingston, Monday, Aug. 9, 2010. Photo: Margaret Hughes
Civil disobedience is centre stage now as the closure of the federal prison farm program is going ahead.
Aug 10
How one Haitian school is trying to help its students and teachers.
The story of how one Haitian school is trying to help its students and teachers, and what it represents for the rest of the country.
Aug 9
Not Rex: The good, the bad and the worst at the G20
It was tough to tell the 'good' from the 'bad' at the G20. Worse still has been the media's lack of response.
Aug 6
The evidence points to many failures by the coalitions forces and the horrible price ordinary Afghanis have paid.
Wikileaks allowed us to map Afghan war deaths. A pattern has emerged.
Aug 5
Is the U.S. Social Forum primarily an arena for movements to propose a diversity of alternatives or is it a political agent of the left that pulls movements together into a counter-hegemonic program? Photo: Sasha Y. Kimel/Flickr
Is the U.S. Social Forum primarily an arena for movements to propose a diversity of alternatives or is it a political agent of the left that pulls movements together into a counter-hegemonic program?
Aug 4
Prison farms provide meaningful work experience for inmates and contribute to local food sustainability. Photo: jayneandd/flickr
Prison farms provide meaningful work experience for inmates and contribute to local food sustainability.
Aug 2
Cutting back on air travel is essential -- a single flight across the country wipes out the benefit of a person’s environmental good deeds for an entire year. Photo: caribb/Flickr
Cutting back on air travel is essential.
Jul 30
Activists take action against Arizona's anti-immigrant law.
Jul 29
CEP union president Dave Coles files a complaint over Toronto police actions during the G20 summit. (Photo: Cornelius Heesters)
Jul 28
Rachel Marcuse visits the Golan Heights in part two of her journey.
Jul 27
No One Is Illegal activists get creative for the July 24 National Day of Action against Jason Kenney. (www.nooneisillegal.org)
Jul 26
Whistler homeowners took to the streets on July 24 to stop the Cheakamus asphalt plant. (Photo: Pina Belperio)
Jul 23
Immigration Minister Jason Kenney. Photo: mostlyconservative/Flickr
New discriminatory hurdles for today's immigrants.
Jul 22
Journalist Jesse Rosenfeld is arrested and taken away to the detention centre. Photo: Activestills
A month ago, mass arrests during the G20 summit in Toronto were meant to silence protest and dissent. They were also intended to shut down scrutiny by the media. Four of us have now filed a complaint.
Jul 21
Haiti six months later by Al Jazeera.
The deep wounds that fracture this country are re-emerging after the earthquake that killed 300,000.
Jul 19
Thoughts from Saturday's Civil Liberties rally in Toronto.
Jul 16
Wasn't the G8 supposed to be about maternal health? Humberto da Silva reports from Massey Centre for Women in Toronto where workers have been forced to strike.
Jul 15
Thousands call for G20 public inquiry last week. There are more rallies this weekend. Photo: John Bonnar
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Jul 14
Kevin Neish and Farooq Burney share their accounts of the flotilla raid that killed nine and Israeli detention.
Neish and Farooq Burney share their accounts of the flotilla raid that killed nine and Israeli detention.
Jul 13
Men and women, young and old, gay and straight, union and non-unionists came to the exact spot, where two weeks ago the designated protest zone turned into the designated arrest zone. Photo: John Bonnar
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Jul 12
The untold story of the Toronto G8 / G20 Summit.
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Jul 9
Sergeant Credit D. Fault (aka Jim Stanford), takes bankers to bootcamp for a crash course in financial literacy.
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