Canada’s Conservative Party and Alberta province’s United Conservative Party have both chosen racist, anti-immigrant leaders, moving Canada to the Right.
Editorial: Sham trucker convoysMarch 19, 2022
The “Freedom Convoy” in Canada was part and parcel of the white Christian nationalism that is a marker of today’s fascism, and not a working-class movement of truck drivers.
Canadian convoy fuels fascism, not freedomFebruary 11, 2022
Despite 90% of Canadian truckers being vaccinated, organizers counted on a couple hundred semis to mask the fascist movements and money propelling this “freedom convoy.” The mask came off quickly, as participants paraded Nazi and Confederate flags, and even TRUMP 2024 banners, while others desecrated national memorials.
Canada on trial: War on Wet’suwet’en nationApril 29, 2020
With work stoppages and shutting down rail service, the Indigenous Wet’suwet’en people resist construction of the Coastal GasLink pipeline on Wet’suwet’en First Nation territory despite the COVID-19 crisis in Canada.
Readers’ views, March-April 2020: Part oneMarch 17, 2020
Readers’ views on climate struggles; labor struggles; racist politics; election contradictions; Modi’s Kristallnacht?; anti-abortion terror; rewriting history; and women and culture.
Canada after the 2019 electionJanuary 21, 2020
Canada’s federal election showed class issues had come to the fore.
Masses vs. capitalism: Climate chaos hangs in the balanceSeptember 28, 2018
With disastrous consequences of climate change making themselves felt, both scientists and movements are pointing to the need for a radically different direction, but capitalism has blocked the way and even put a cult of climate denial in the White House.
Canada’s election: a sense of uncertaintyDecember 11, 2015
Uncertainty in Canada after its federal election.