Jan 29
To defeat the government, or not to defeat the government, that was the question. Will Ignatieff's decision have tragic consequences for himself and the country? (Image: Tigana)
Jan 28
Ignatieff has weighed his options and it looks like we're heading for a Liberal-Conservative 'coalition' on the budget.
Jan 27
It's budget day in Ottawa and Canada is seeing red. Will Harper stimulate the economy or just opposition from Canadians? (Image: Tigana)
Jan 26
On Sunday, Bolivians voted 'yes' to a new Constitution that will refound the nation with full recognition of indigenous rights. (Photo: Benjamin Dangl, http://upsidedownworld.org/)
Jan 23
With all eyes on Ignatieff ahead of Tuesday's federal budget, the new Liberal leader is keeping his voting intentions covered. (Image: Tigana)
Jan 21
With Parliament set to be un-padlocked next week, Harper Girl is back and lookin' for Stephen...
Jan 20
At 12 noon EST today, Barack Obama was sworn in as the 44th President of the United States.
Jan 19
As the world says good riddance to George W. Bush, some are making a simple demand of the incoming President Obama. (Photo: thar_denver, http://flickr.com/photos/thar_denver/)
Jan 16
Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff is confronted over his support for Israel's attacks on Gaza by activist Irene MacInnes in Vancouver Wednesday. (Photo: Susan Stout)
Jan 15
Last week, people gathered in the cold outside the Greek Consulate in Toronto to show their solidarity with protests in Greece. (Photo: Edward Wong)
Jan 13
Activists took to the streets of Washington D.C. demanding that President-elect Obama close Guantanamo within his first 100 days of office. (Photo: Codepink4peace.org)
Jan 12
Two of the many thousands who demonstrated in Toronto for Gaza on Jan. 10. Demonstrations were held in at least 18 Canadian towns and cities. (Photo: Matt Adams)
Jan 9
In Oakland, an unarmed African-American man was shot in the back and killed by police. One protester connects the violence in Oakland and Gaza. (Photo: http://indybay.org/)
Jan 8
A migrant Mixtec farmworker in southern California. In Canada, migrant workers also face difficult living and working conditions. (More photos by David Bacon: http://dbacon.igc.org/)
Jan 7
A group of Jewish Canadian women occupied the Israeli consulate in Toronto in protest against the on-going assault on the people of Gaza. (Photo: Judy Rebick)
Jan 6
On Jan. 4, thousands in Montreal added their voices to global protests: "Israël: assassin! Harper: complice!" (More photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/powless/sets/72157612180000685/)
Jan 4
Organizers estimated that at least 10,000 joined this rally and march Jan. 3 in Toronto. Actions were held across the country this weekend to protest Israel's attacks on Gaza.
Jan 2
Jan. 1, 2009 marked the 50th anniversary of the triumph of the Cuban Revolution and the 15th anniversary of the Zapatista uprising in Chiapas, Mexico.
Dec 27
Protests are planned around the world in response to Israeli air strikes that killed at least 200 on Dec. 27. (Photo: http://indymedia.ie/)
Dec 25
Ruckus has been busy helping rabble come up with our naughty and nice lists for the holiday break.
Dec 22
As 2008 winds down, the world looks forward to finally shoe-ing Bush from office. (http://JohnMaclennan.ca/)
Dec 19
Barack Obama's choice of Rick Warren to give the invocation at his inauguration in January has sparked a wave of protest from LGBT groups and their allies.
Dec 18
To exert pressure on the government and the logging industry, the Barriere Lake community has set up several blockades in protest. (Photo: Anita De Costa)
Dec 17
His critics (and some admirers) call him Danny Chavez - now Premier Williams is living up to the moniker by seizing the assets of AbitibiBowater.
Dec 16
Protests sparked by the police killing of a 15 year-old continue for a second week in Greece. (Photo: http://indymedia.org/)
Dec 15
Journalist Muntader al-Zaidi, 28, threw both his shoes at George Bush and shouted, “This is from the widows, the orphans and those who were killed in Iraq!”
Dec 14
A six-day factory occupation at Republic Windows & Doors ended with victory for the workers. (Photo: LaborBeat.org)
Dec 11
Was Ignatieff's coronation a dark night for the Liberals, or will this be just what it takes to rid Ottawa of that Joker, Stephen Harper? (http://johnmaclennan.ca/)
Dec 9
Amir Khadir won the first ever seat for the upstart left party Québec Solidaire.
Dec 8
Rallies took place across the country this weekend in support of the opposition coalition. Trade union flags and Fleurdelisés mingled at the Dec. 6 Montreal rally. (Photo: ndgcatlady)