News June 24
Quebec's national assembly. Photo: Daniel Szpiro/Flickr
Karl Nerenberg | Although the CAQ's Law 21 has been passed, the battle is not over.
Blog June 21
Crowd ripping up hatred sign at Ford Fest annual picnic in 2014. Photo credit: Elizabeth Littlejohn
Roy Mitchell | Right now, we're all rainbows and celebration, but this time of year will pass and we won't see rainbows splashed over logos and flying from flagpoles the rest of the year.
Columnists June 21
Rick Salutin | Justin must thank God for Doug. What else has he got? He's the last neoliberal standing and he's not running on it, he's burdened by it.
News June 21
Jagmeet Singh. Photo: Jagmeet Singh/Facebook
Karl Nerenberg | The NDP has released its full set of election campaign commitments early, in the hope that those policy proposals will become a key part of the national conversation leading up to the October vote.
Columnists June 21
Protest against education cuts at Queen's Park on April 6, 2019. Photo: michael_swan/Flickr
Jim Stanford | A new report from the Conference Board of Canada presents some estimates of the economic, fiscal and social benefits of public education programs.
Podcast June 20
Caged children
Marc Belanger, C.Marie Ainsborough, Derek Blackadder | RadioLabour's Canada Report June 21 to 28, 2019. The U.S. has separated 2,500 children from their refugee parents, Canada supports international law against workplace violence and more.
Blog June 20
Antonia Zerbisias | As coalitions form and new activists and fresh voices emerge to fight the right, independent media plays an important role and needs your support.
Blog June 20
NYC ShutItDown People’s Monday march for Berta Cáceres in 2017. Photo: Alec Perkins/Wikimedia Commons
Ed Finn | There is no shortage of money in Canada. Our per-capita GDP has more than doubled over the past 50 years. But its dispersal has been ruthlessly skewed to favour the most opulent among us.
News June 20
PSAC. Photo: PSAC/Facebook
Zaid Noorsumar | Read what happened last week in the Canadian labour movement in rabble's roundup for June 20, 2019.
Columnists June 20
Cover of book by Charles A. Taylor. Photo: The COM Library/Flickr
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | The real-world impacts of slavery were front and centre in Washington, D.C., this week, as hearings and public gatherings convened to address long-overdue racial and economic justice.
News June 20
John Clapp | Clapp details his recent experience of homelessness and the four catch-22s that make it nearly impossible to find affordable housing in the country's most expensive city.
Podcast June 20
Victoria Fenner | Michael Welch of the Global Research News Hour talks about what it accomplished with labour historian Julia Guard and anti-poverty activists Harold Dyck and John Clarke.