May 23, 2019
Winnipeg General Strike an inspiration to work together
This weekend, a broad coalition of workers, women’s rights activists, human rights workers, immigrant groups, LGBTQ activists, union leaders...
May 7, 2019
Landlords must be held accountable for discriminating against black renters
It was shocking to read, in last weekend’s Toronto Star, about a prospective tenant who has repeatedly been denied housing because of her race.
March 15, 2019
Look before you leap at election time
The urge to throw out a sitting government at election time can not only be strong, it can be dangerous. Across Canada this year, that danger looms...
March 4, 2019
In the street for women’s rights for more than a century
Any day now, thousands of Indian women will march into Delhi, completing a 10,000-kilometre trek from Mumbai that began in December, wound its way....
December 18, 2018
Leadership means bringing us together
People of good conscious disagree all the time – always have, always will. It would be great if we could figure out a way to agree on the major issue
November 23, 2018
Ontario’s party of the privileged exposed
The recent fall economic statement from Ontario’s Conservative government came straight out of the ring-wing playbook, and should serve as a warning.