Native protesters and their supporters showcase how to fight for climate sanity and indigenous rights.
The catalysts that led a Canadian federal court to stop the dangerous Trans Mountain project in its tracks.
Lavender Left organizes: the Northeast Multi-National Lesbian and Gay Male Feminist Socialist Conference
In the Memorial Day weekend, lesbians and gays representing every shade of lavender left politics transformed the placid surroundings of Appel Farm in the New Jersey countryside into a high… Read more »
Mary Pitawanakwat suit: Canadian federal office charged with racism, hypocrisy and sexual harassment
On the same day Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney signed an international Proclamation to Combat Racism and Racial Discrimination, his government fired Ojibway Mary Pitawanakwat from the Secretary of State… Read more »
Mary Pitawanakwat is a fighter who has kept her eyes on the prize. In July, the Ojibway single mother of two marks the eighth anniversary of her race-and-sex-discrimination case against… Read more »
Last year, while Prime Minister Brian Mulroney was peddling the “free trade” pact between Canada, Mexico, and the U.S., he was simultaneously restricting the free entrance of immigrants and refugees… Read more »
October 5, 1987 was a fateful day for Canadians. That was the day that Canada’s Tory Prime Minister, Brian Mulroney, handed the country over to U.S. multinational corporations. That was… Read more »