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What's New: Fighting for $15 and Fairness in Brampton
by Laura Kaminker | August 29, 2016
The Fight for 15 and Fairness is in high gear in Peel Region. More than 80 people attended a community organizing event in Brampton on July 28. Just days earlier, CUPE Local 1989, Mississauga Library Workers Union, had concluded a three-week strike with a resounding victory. During the strike, I had received numerous invitations to the community meeting and the timing couldn’t have been better.
What's New: Critiquing Chavismo's Shortcomings
| August 29, 2016
21st-century socialism needs to adapt itself to today’s world, with today’s technology, within a globalized economy. This is the reality that we must take into account in order to transform Venezuela. We would not have to close private media, but we can compete against them and produce high-quality television because that’s what people want.
LeftStreamed: Why Media Democracy?
August 28, 2016
That the North American media is dominated by corporate monopolies serving capitalist interests and squeezing out critical voices is to state the obvious. The state media in Canada provide only the slightest respite from pro-business reportage. Media concentration in Canada is now the highest for the major capitalist countries. The same corporations who control TV and radio also own the major newspapers, but they have also bought up the smaller local media scattered across the country as well. The need for a vibrant, radical media democracy movement has never been more imperative in Canada.
What's New: Working class cinema: a video guide
| August 27, 2016
Libcom.org's guide to working class films and TV shows, showing class struggles, revolutionary situations and everyday lives.
| August 27, 2016
Alberta's Environment Minister Shannon Phillips has defended plans to allow the amount of greenhouse gases emitted by the province's oil sands operations to be increased. Oil sands operations produce about 70 megatonnes of greenhouse gas emissions per year but the cap will be set at 100 megatonnes.
What's New: Postal Power Sept 17
| August 26, 2016
Want to organize an event for Sept 17 in your community? Download the bilingual flyers for the Postal Power Day of Action.
What's New: Two years later
| August 26, 2016
Before the Mount Polley Mine disaster struck two years ago, our communities of Xat'sull First Nation and Likely lived in the reassurance from B.C. and the company that no such tragedy could ever happen. On Aug. 4, 2014, our lives and the landscape were changed forever, as the impacts of mining are forever. Both our communities rely on the Quesnel Lake watershed for our way of life and economic prosperity.
Next year or the year after, the Arctic will be free of ice August 29, 2016
How Turkey was forced to fall in line over Syria August 28, 2016
The Great Financial Meltdown August 28, 2016
Taking a Stand at Standing Rock August 28, 2016
'The Spoiler' Speaks August 28, 2016
Cuba has 30.6% Forest Coverage Due to Reforestation Program August 28, 2016
Will America Finally Stop Privatizing Everything? August 28, 2016
Clinton, Trump and the Triumph of Global Capitalism August 28, 2016
Bernie Sanders's New Political Group Is Met by Staff Revolt August 28, 2016In The News archive:
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| 7:00pm, Thursday September 8, 2016
Steelworkers' Hall, 25 Cecil Street, Toronto.
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|Forum: Southern Insurgency: The Coming of the Global Working Class|
Immanuel Ness, City University of New York
* Sam Gindin, York University
* Viviana Patroni, York University
* Kyla Sankey, University of Toronto
Co-sponsors: Centre for Social Justice, Department of Social Science, York University, Socialist Project. | PDF poster
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