A look back at the year as seen by our columnists, who cast a spotlight on the top issues concerning progressives in 2018.
Homelessness has reached post-apocalyptic levels in the absence of a national housing program.
As 2018 comes to a close, what political dates are in your calendar for 2019?
The Canadian Yellow Vest movement targets the carbon tax and "illegal" immigration, rather than reflecting the anti-austerity demands resonating in France.
Among those gathered at the annual UN climate change summit are two young women, who have decided to devote their lives to reversing humanity's destructive addiction to fossil fuels.
Alex Neve of Amnesty International says 2018 has been a difficult year for human rights but courageous activists will never give up.
Veteran organizers south of the border share some lessons for working toward social change.
At the same time as the Unist'ot'en people began a fight in BC courts against TransCanada's injunction, hundreds gathered in Toronto in solidarity to protest at TransCanada's office.
The number of human rights defenders and environmental activists killed around the world continues to grow as environmental crises and climate breakdown intensify.
Why are tens of thousands of regular people, citizens of the French Republic, staging a democratic revolt against tax increases?