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Watch: Migrant Workers Speaking Tour

Heard a lot about Temporary Foreign Workers? Now hear from them!

Building Bridges, Breaking Barriers: Migrant Workers Speaking Tour featured discussion from thee migrant workers -- a live-in caregiver, a farmworker and a restaurant worker.


Watch: Keep Health Care Public!

Keep Health Care Public! tells the story of the Harper government's massive attack on public health care and medicare in Canada. There will be $36 billion taken out of public health care!

Hear Maude Barlow, Paul Moist, Rosalee Longmoore, Larry Hubich, Erin Weir, Dr. Ryan Meili talk about how we can fight back.

Watch: Turn the tables and reject the Interim Land Claims policy

In response to the Tsilhqot'in decision, Harper has quietly introduced a newly revised policy to undermine and negate the Indigenous land rights that stand in the way of his agenda.

This way, the Harper government can continue to push through pipelines and resource extraction projects. We have to say no.

Join Defenders of the Land and Idle No More in putting forward four demands to challenge the current land claims reform process:

Watch: Russell Brand on Ottawa shootings: Who wins?

Have you watched Russell Brand's reaction to the Ottawa shootings? You should.

Brand rejects Harper's assessment and reaction to the situation, stating Harper is using the situation to advance a certain narrative and ultimately restrict further freedoms.

Sounds about right.

Watch: Breaking Barriers, Building Bridges with Aboriginal youth in Winnipeg

On October 13, 2012, CCPA's Manitoba Office facilitated an intergenerational learning and youth exchange at Thunderbird House in Winnipeg. In attendance were four elders and 30 students from Community Education Development Association's (CEDA) Pathways to Education program, College Beliveau, and Grant Park High School. The idea was to bring together people who would otherwise not meet in person, to share ideas, and talk about things that are often not talked about openly in Winnipeg. For the purposes of this event, participants were asked to talk about racism and their perceptions of experiences in the inner city. By engaging youth in dialogue the hope was to shrink the divide between people who live in the inner city and those who live in the suburbs.

Watch: Canadians rally to oppose Harper's war

This four-video series of the Rally to Stop Harper's War, organized by Toronto Coalition to Stop the War, focuses on specific talks.

Sid Lacombe discusses the Ottawa shootings, increased repression of dissent and the "Australia Model."

Carolyn Egan discusses the dangers of Islamophobia ,linking the war to how Islamophobia played itself out in Ausma Malik's campaign for school board trustee.

Rajean, President of Ryerson Student Union, and James Campbell, a teacher gave their views on why educators should oppose the war.

And finally, Ali Mallah talked of the United States' collusion with the dictators they sought to overthrow.

Watch: Voter suppression comes to Canada

It's a throwback, but it's always a relevant question. Is voter suppression alive and well in Canada?

Steven Shrybman discusses.

Video courtesy of Alberta Federation of Labour.

Watch: Arrests at Oppenheimer Park, Vancouver

On Thursday, October 16, 2014, police and city officials moved into Oppenheimer Park to enforce the city's injunction against tent city.

Most of the protestors and the homeless people peacefully vacated the park. However, five people decided to stand their ground and remain in the park.

This video shows their arrest.

Watch: Peter Mansbridge on 'what we know' about Ottawa shootings

CBC's Peter Mansbridge give updates on Ottawa situation and what is currently known.

Video courtesy of The National's YouTube page.

Watch: Footage from Globe reporter captures gunfire exchange in Parliament Hill building

A Globe and Mail reporter captures the exchange of gun fire in Parliament Hill building Wednesday October 22.

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