Support hotel workers against pandemic profiteering
Since mid-April, Hilton Metrotown staff in Burnaby have been locked out following the termination of 97 workers a year into the pandemic. The fight at the Hilton is part of a broader attack by employers on hotel workers across BC.Read more
Duterte shores up U.S. military pact
The Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA) between the U.S. and the Philippines is in “full force again.” as President Rodrigo Duterte retracted his order to terminate…
Why socialists should take to TikTok
The process of creating and distributing TikToks is the process of revolutionary journalism. It can be a valuable tool in the arsenal of socialist organizing.
Addressing colonial institutions that hide genocide
The RBC Museum continues to profit from genocide: through the callous display of stolen sacred items and ancestors, and the storage of genocidal records.
NDP should campaign for change, not call on the Crown to stop election
Federal NDP leader Jagmeet Singh wrote a letter to the incoming Governor-General asking them to refuse Trudeau’s request for an early election. He argued that…
“Junk, junk terror law!”: Filipino activists speak out
July 25 was a global day of action on the eve of Philippines dictator Duterte’s final State of the Union Address. Almost one hundred protesters…
Resisting the COVID aftershocks
Canada, the US, and other world powers are attempting to brand the COVID-19 pandemic as ‘over,’ and demanding a return to ‘normal.’ But capitalism has…
Corporate lobbyists are not unique to Ford’s government
The revelations of the close collaboration between the big business lobby and Ford are not an exception, but a rule. They are a product of a system that sees the interests of the state and the interests of the capitalist economy as one in the same.
Oppose encampment evictions
On July 26 a No Encampment Evictions rally was held in front of Toronto City Hall demanding that Mayor John Tory and City Council defund…
Heat wave deaths are social murder
Over the last week of June and first week of July 2021, a so-called heat dome over much of southern and central British Columbia revealed…