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Cheap labour and the massacre of workers in South Africa

A mass meeting of workers at the Marikana mine in South Africa.
A mass meeting of workers at the Marikana mine in South Africa earlier this month. (Photo: socialistresistance.org)

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Another 22nd, another 'mega manif' in Montreal

Another 'mega manif' took place yesterday with 100,000 people protesting.
Another 'mega manif' took place yesterday with 100,000 people protesting in Montreal. (Photo: Thien V / flickr)

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Events across Canada today to remember Jack Layton

There will be a memorial event for Jack Layton today at Toronto's Nathan Phillips Square, and a number of other events across Canada.

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Toronto protests Russia's imprisonment of Pussy Riot

An unidentified woman voiced her opinion at Friday's demonstration.
An unidentified woman voiced her opinion at Friday's demonstration in Toronto protesting Russia's imprisonment of Pussy Riot.

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Harper's disappointing response to AIDS epidemic

Harper failed to appear at the 2006 AIDS conference.
Mr. Harper and his government have demonstrated a mystifying ambivalence in responding to a challenge that has cost the lives of many millions.

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Ecuador grants asylum to Wikileaks founder and tells UK: 'We are not a colony'

Ecuadoreans protest outside the UK Embassy in Quito. (Photo: Peter Boyle)
Ecuadoreans protest outside the UK Embassy in Quito: "We are sovereign, not a colony." (Photo: Peter Boyle)

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KI Nation paddles to protect their watershed

From August 24 to September 7, a team of paddlers from the KI Indigenous Nation will venture 400 km beyond the nearest road to travel the ancient trading route from their remote fly-in community.

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Homeless death toll continues to climb in Toronto

Mourners observe a moment of silence at Tuesday's homeless memorial vigil.
Mourners observe a moment of silence at Tuesday's homeless memorial vigil in Toronto. (Photo: John Bonnar)

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Harper and Merkel: Partners in austerity

Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Chancellor Angela Merkel.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel visits Canada this week as champion of an austerity policy stance that is failing Europe.

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Peter Kent: Fossil of the Year winner up to the same old tricks

Activists presented Canada with the Fossil award at the Durban UN climate talks.
Activists presented Canada with an 'award' at the Durban UN climate talks in 2011. (Photo: adopt a negotiator / flickr)

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