Book Review
Stephen D'Arcy | What is militancy and is it ever ethical to be militant? Stephen D'Arcy builds on the controversial words of Martin Luther King and vivid examples of political action to examine resistance.
Blog
Roger Annis | Montreal police continue to use an archaic, municipal regulation to violently shut down street protests.
Blog
Photo: Jacqueline Brandon/The McGill Daily
Kevin Paul | In mid-summer, almost four months after the Quebec student strike of 2012 had entered uncharted territory as the longest in the province's history, Premier Jean Charest played his final card.
Blog
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Judy Rebick | For this old activist, it's been an inspiring year. In face of the most terrible right-wing government in our history, new movements are emerging. I am looking forward to 2013. Happy New Year.
Podcast
Alex Hundert, [email protected] Radio | Solidarity against Austerity was written for the Sept 2012 edition on The Peak magazine from Guelph which focused on the Quebec Student Strike
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Krystalline Kraus | Torontonians will take part in a ‘casserole' demonstration today at noon at Dufferin Grove Park to show solidarity with Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois and the Student Movement in Quebec.
Blog
Photo: Alexandre Guédon / Flickr
Derrick O'Keefe | After the inspiration of this year's Maple Spring, I dare to dream that we can win real, tangible victories here in B.C. and against Harper.
News
Photo: Chris Zacchia / forgetthebox.net
Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois | To be effective, we need a common front of social movements. One capable of fighting, and winning, a new battle each year.
Blog
Ashley Smith | Why do I say that this victory belongs to us rather than a victory for the electoral process or for the PQ? It's because these political parties respond to pressure. That's their basic nature.
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Jesse McLaren | The historic Quebec student strike has generated a number of lessons we can all take forward in the fight against austerity
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Jane Gatensby, Nicolas Quiazua | As Robert explains, CLASSE's objective is to stop the coming hike in the spirit of free education. From there, anything is possible.
Blog
Jane Gatensby, Nicolas Quiazua | For Mélanie Robert, a photographer, journalist and contributor to Voir, wearing the red square is, in essence, about promoting the bien commun.