May 18
Mohammad Mahjoub (left) with his lawyer, Yavar Hameed, in Ottawa, May 2012. (Photo: http://www.supportmahjoub.org/)
Mohammad Mahjoub (left) was in Ottawa to speak in public for the first time about his ordeal as a security certificate detainee.
May 17
This week's 'Not Rex' commentary looks at Ontario welfare workers forced to strike for their rights.
May 17
This has been the scene for weeks, with police sent out against night protests. Now the Charest government has announced an emergency law against the student strike. (Photo: Hicham Souilmi / flickr)
Quebec's Charest government announced an emergency law against the student strike, but that didn't stop thousands from joining another night protest.
May 16
Guy Fawkes masks, as seen here at Occupy Toronto last October, has become a familiar sight at protests the world over. (Photo: pamlau / flickr)
Bill C-309, the Concealment of Identity Law, is currently working its way through Parliament.
May 15
Photo: vanremo / flickr
Vancouver Palestine solidarity activists, seen here protesting the Gaza flotilla massacre, are marking Nakba Day with a community event tonight.
May 15
Pallisade Head on the North Shore of Lake Superior. (Photo: Northfielder / flickr)
Pallisade Head is on the shore of Lake Superior. Today, the Council of Canadians begins a speaking tour aimed at protecting the Great Lakes.
May 14
All across Spain this weekend crowds marked the anniversary of the Indignados movement. (Photo: Occupy Spain)
There were scenes like this all across Spain over the weekend. (Photo: Occupy Spain)
May 13
A little Mother's Day culture jamming. (Photo: http://interpares.ca)
Take some time to remember and celebrate the anti-war origins of Mother's Day.
May 12
The heirloom "Glass Gem" maize variety was recently rescued by seedsperson Greg Schoen and carefully stewarded by the Seeds Trust. (Photo: http://seedstrust.com/)
Is this rare variety of maize a glimpse into the world we have denied ourselves because of how we choose to live?
May 11
In search of the North American Spring: Activists are debating how best to reach out and build their movements.
May 10
Occupy Ottawa will re-emerge this weekend with a new name. (Photo: Obiemad / Flickr)
Occupy Ottawa will re-emerge this weekend with a new name.
May 10
In light of recent government actions, a veteran progressive writer raises the question of our freedom to protest and speak out.
May 9
This clear message from Nadleh Whut'en youth will be carried right to the Enbridge annual meeting in Toronto today. (Photo: Yinka Dene Alliance)
This clear message from Nadleh Whut'en youth will be carried right to the Enbridge annual meeting in Toronto today.
May 8
Haida Gwaii's Masset Inlet at dawn. (Photo: Jason Addy / flickr)
After generations of struggle to preserve their islands, the people of Haida Gwaii are determined to steer their own future.
May 7
Tonight's event includes performances by Dan Mangan and Hannah Epperson - among many others.
May 7
Socialist Party supporters in Bastille Square cheered the end of the Sarkozy era in France. (Photo: democraticunderground.com)
France celebrated the defeat of Sarkozy over the weekend. Similar scenes took place in Greece, as the left rode a wave of anti-austerity sentiment.
May 6
Screen shot from the film Never Come Back. Photo: Malcolm Hamilton
Watch the film "Never Come Back" tonight, broadcast on OMNI-1 TV at 9 p.m. in Ontario and 10 p.m. in B.C.
May 5
Debate opened on Conservative MP Stephen Woodworth's anti-choice Motion 312 last week.
May 4
Kinder Morgan's plans would see close to one oil tanker a day passing through the narrows of Vancouver's harbour. (Photo: http://www.bcwaters.org/)
This week Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson and City Council voted to oppose Kinder Morgan's pipeline and oil tanker plans for this narrow harbour.
May 3
A line of police looked on as activists denounced Barrick Gold. (Photo: John Bonnar)
A line of police looked on yesterday as activists protested Barrick Gold's Annual Shareholders' Meeting.
May 2
In Ottawa yesterday, thousands protested Harper's austerity agenda. (Photo: Ariel Troster)
It's been a year since Harper got his majority. In Ottawa yesterday, thousands protested his austerity agenda.
May 1
A spirited crowd celebrates May Day by marching down Halifax's Spring Garden Road earlier today. (Photo: Occupy Nova Scotia)
A spirited crowd celebrates May Day by marching down Halifax's Spring Garden Road earlier today.
May 1
May Day actions in Toronto got started with some human chess at City Hall. (Photo: David Coombs)
May Day actions in Toronto got started with some human chess at City Hall.
Apr 30
Ilan Pappe will be addressing audiences across Canada this week. (Photo: electronicintifada.net)
Israeli historian Ilan Pappe returns to Canada this week on a speaking tour with stops in seven cities.
Apr 30
Photo: http://www.amapceo.on.ca/
Over the weekend, events across the country including this one in Toronto marked the Day of Mourning for workers who have died on the job.
Apr 29
This Sunday: join the Babble Book Club for an Earth Week-inspired discussion.
Apr 27
Photo: wildernesscommittee.org
What's a park if it's not really protected? Peat mining in Manitoba provincial parks is meeting with opposition.
Apr 26
Photo by Concordia Community Solidarity Co-op Bookstore.
Police used stun grenades and tear gas against another mass student demonstration in Montreal last night.
Apr 25
Photo by Jenn Farr.
Creative action responds to anti-choice motion that will be debated in the House of Commons later this week.
Apr 25
Photo by Ali Mustafa.
Toronto-based activist Ali Mustafa recently captured powerful images from the ongoing struggle in Egypt.

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