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Watch: Why I am going to Gaza

Why should Canadians oppose the illegal blockade of Palestine? Watch one person's story.

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Can you hear us now? #StopC51

On May 30, Canada-wide protests are happening to send a message to Harper: Stop Bill C-51.

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You don't need to spy to know what we think! Follow the #StopC51 protests here.

On May 30, the third installment of the Canada-wide protests to stop Bill C-51 will happen, with the national convergence occuring in Ottawa.

Find a local solidarity event in your community here.

Bill C-51 may have passed the House of Commons, but the fight is far from over.

Bill C-51 is a dangerous piece of legislation and a threat to our rights and freedoms. The Harper government must know its attempt to rush Bill C-51 through parliament is undemocratic and unacceptable.

Help build pressure on the Senate to stop this bill by contacting your senator(s) on social media or email: https://stopc51.ca/

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B.C. Supreme Court delivers hope for teachers

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In a 38-page dissenting opinion in the recent 4-1 B.C. Court of Appeal ruling which ruled in the government's favour, Justice Ian Donald provided a ringing defence of free collective bargaining.

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Kangaroo courts and Canadian mining

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What you don't know about free trade: the uses and abuses of investor-state arbitration. Or, how a Canadian company is suing El Salvador for $310 million.

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GoodLife instructors are fit to organize

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These workers are fit to organize! What we can learn about precarious organizing from a Toronto fitness instructors union drive.

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Protest is powerful when it comes to BDS

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Far from being an expression of the "new anti-Semitism," the BDS campaign is a non-violent movement which seeks to put a high price on the violation of international law by a rogue state.

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Not a great week at the PMO

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Notley's election in Alberta, videos of military used to promote the PM, unspent departmental budgets, the release of Omar Khadr: all bad news for Harper. The worst news came from the Duffy trial.

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Watch: 'Thugs,' 'hooligans,' and 'riots,' challenging narratives with Dominique Stevenson

Host Jared Ball gets activist Dominique Stevenson's eye-witness account on the events that's precipitated Monday's #Baltimoreuprising, from the RealNewsNetwork

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