Toronto: Stop the Tory/Ford agenda!Why has Olivia Chow failed to capture the anger felt by Toronto's workers and youth? Read More +
Missing Aboriginal WomenThe violence and poverty faced by Aboriginal women cannot be resolved under capitalism. Read More +
Marx Was Right!Over 160 years later it appears that the spectre of Marxism is as potent as ever. Read More +
Hudak defeated; NDP fails to capitalizeOntario voters have roundly defeated Tim Hudak's anti-labour agenda. Read More +
Backlash growing in the NDPThe NDP leadership's pro-Israel stance is provoking a growing backlash within the party. Read More +
2014 Canadian Marxist ConferenceAlmost 60 revolutionaries from the West Coast to Quebec gathered in Toronto over the May long weekend to discuss the struggle for socialism across the Canadian state. Read More +
- Tuesday, 07 October 2014
- Jahan Niroomand and Farshad Azadian
On Friday, the Conservatives announced their plan to send six CF-18 fighter jets for up to six months to join the United States and other Western powers in a new bombing campaign in Iraq. Canadians have now been dragged into the colossal mess in Iraq that was caused by Western military intervention in the first place, and which seems to have no end in sight.
- Wednesday, 01 October 2014
- Chris Brisbane and Camilo Cahis
As we enter the last month of Toronto’s never-ending mayoral race, it appears that Olivia Chow, the former NDP MP and widow to ex-NDP leader Jack Layton, has fallen to third place after entering the election as the favourite. Ahead of her are Bay Street darling John Tory and right-wing city councillor Doug Ford, the brother of the current disgraced mayor. Given the anger and disgust around Rob Ford and his policies, why has Chow’s campaign been unable to pick up the desire for change from Toronto youth and workers?
- Wednesday, 24 September 2014
- Jessica Cassell
Demands for a national inquiry into missing and murdered Aboriginal women in Canada have been reignited following the murder of Tina Fontaine, an aboriginal teenager, in Winnipeg. Stephen Harper’s response to these demands is that the issue “should not be viewed as a sociological phenomenon”, but rather as crime and dealt with as such. Harper’s statement should not come as a surprise; further examination on the miserable conditions suffered by Aboriginal peoples — and especially women — would reveal that the terrible poverty and exclusion they face cannot be resolved under capitalism.
- Monday, 22 September 2014
- Alan Woods
The referendum campaign in Scotland is over. Now in the cold light of day it is necessary to draw all the conclusions. The first and most important is that this represents a decisive turning-point in the development of the class struggle in Scotland and in the rest of these islands.
- Quebec Liberals target pension funds: Solidarity with the municipal workers!
- Tim Hortons-Burger King merger: What it means to workers
- “Anybody But Conservative” campaign weakens fight against Liberal austerity
- Marx Was Right!
- Support BC teachers and the right to collective bargaining!
- NDP leadership’s pro-Israel stance provokes growing backlash within Party