Populism and polarisation in Ontario: election analysis
The Tory victory shows a missed opportunity for Ontario's labour party, but the left must organise now and fight en masse against Doug Ford's ugly party of the bosses, write activists Doug Nesbitt, Gerard Di Trolio and David Bush ('Fight for $15' campaign)
Justin Trudeau's dirty deeds for dirty oil
He reps for poisonous pipelines whilst claiming climate piety; Trudeau’s slick cynicism springs protest from London to British Colombia, reports John Clarke
Basic Income: progressive cloak and neoliberal dagger
BI is not an answer to inequality under neoliberalism. Social transformation will come through collective struggle, argues John Clarke
Justin Trudeau: The photogenic face of neoliberalism
Behind its enlightened and progressive posturing, Trudeau’s Liberal government plays a reactionary role in Canadian society and the world, argues Ontario-based John Clarke
The Fight for $15 and Fairness in Ontario
The campaign for a fair wage just won a big victory
Quebec Mosque shooting: terrorist attack leaves multiple dead
Six people have been killed and a number more injured in an Islamophobic attack on a local Mosque in Quebec city.
Montreal Massacre, feminism and hate crimes against women
Those who accuse feminists of 'hijacking' the memory of the Montreal Massacre, in which 14 women were killed, couldn't be more wrong, argues Canadian writer and broadcaster Toula Drimonis
Canada: after Ottawa shooting, dissent is more critical than ever
Since Wednesday’s shooting, the notion that 'Canada will never be the same again' has picked up steam. This cliche carries with it potentially dangerous implications argues Derrick O'Keefe
Canada: the latest recruits to Obama's new 'Coalition of the Killing'?
As the Canadian Parliament votes to join the US-led war in Iraq and Syria, this editorial from the new left-wing website '
' argues that big questions remain unexamined
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