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1. International meeting celebrates centenary of Comintern, stresses deeper unity of Communist movement

2. Reigniting Labour’s Fight against Gender-Based Violence

3. BC’s UNDRIP legislation charts new path in continuing struggle

4. Ontario Health Coalition Mobilizes Resistance to Ford’s Health Care Cuts

5. Donald Lafleur sets the record straight in letter to CLC President Yussuff

6. Hong Kong: Who is stoking and feeding the flames?

 7. OFL Power of Many: Time to power up!

8. Canada and the US “Ministry of Colonies”

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NOVEMBER 1, 2019

1. As in 1959, a call to cut military spending and fund people’s needs

2. Alberta budget: Empty promises, false accusations and corporate giveaways

3. Voters deny Big Business parties a majority – what are the next steps?

4. Music Notes: Waters to Assange, “Wish You Were Here

5. Ending gender oppression means defending trans rights

6. Election results no excuse for national chauvinism

7. Ontario: education workers fighting “more than ever” for students

8. Uruguay, Argentina: A rising Pink Tide

 

OCTOBER 16-31

1. Urgent: Peace Action Needed
2. Organizing against precarity: Academic workers
3. Where has - been during this federal election
4. Federal Election: Housing is a right!
5. ‘Army of Lovers’ shuts down far-right march in Toronto
6. Iran: from sanctions to solidarity – part 1
7. Iran: from sanctions to solidarity – part 2

8. Canada’s Minister of War

9. Clear need for intervention
10. The Real Venezuela: Dignified, Indivisible and Truthful

OCTOBER 1=15

Support builds for labour leader attacked for solidarity with Syria

What impact wouid proportional rep have made in Manitoba?

Don’t waste your vote

Federal Election: Closing the Gender Wage Gap

Will Pallister’s 100-Day Action Plan spark a labour fightback plan?

Canadian media attacks labour leader for Syria solidarity
Beautifully shot, but film of 1919 strike a missed opportunity
Trade union bars working class candidate from federal election forum
Canadian organizations issue joint letter of concern about Colombia

 

SEPTEMBER 16-30

1. On Strike for climate: Will it be socialism or extinction?

2. Actions highlight solidarity with Mount Ida resistance

3. Communists call for solidarity with Jammu and Kashmir

4. 407 – The Highway to Hell

5. Make peace an election issue

6. Addiction and recovery: Time for progressive strategies?

7. Trade union bars working class candidate from federal election forum

8. Blame for Amazon fire pinned on Bolsonaro and monopolies

9. WFTU: Amazon forest fires “an organized crime”

10. New Mexican president delivers same old neoliberalism

11. Salvadoran unions confront right-wing populist government

12. Argentina: Is the political pendulum swinging left again?

13. Colombian peace agreement failing, some rebels return to armed struggle

14. Hong Kong chaos: What’s it really all about?

15. “Hot-house flower” from the muck of brutal racism (Book review)

16. Federal Election Coverage: The Climate Crisis

 

SEPTEMBER  1

 Government Plans Many More Health Care Cuts
As Ford agenda comes into focus, the need for mass action enters the picture

Left Parties in India and Pakistan Condemn Modi’s Assault on Kashmir

BC Communists demand Education Minister’s ouster

What We Really Need to Know About the SNC Lavalin Affair

Trudeau’s Nunavut Housing Plan Made of Straw

CarePartners … or Partner in Crime?

Organizing against precarity: Part One in a series

The present and future of work: a class-based analysis

 

AUGUST 1

1. Bombs Away? Bombardier on track for takeover

2. Communists demand action to avoid war in Iran

3. Hiroshima: why the nuclear terror?

4. Forestry workers down saws to stop cuts

5. Canada: still a nuclear weapons country (Editorial)

6. Greek elections an omen for Canada? (Editorial)

7. Hong Kong protests part of the US/NATO destabilization campaign

8.Communist Party election campaign: “Manitoba can’t afford Tory austerity”

9. Navigating a Sea of Sanctions: DPRK’s ambitious project

10. Permanently Temporary: Workers fight predatory temp agencies

11.BC announces big operating surplus, but no deal for teachers

12. Music Notes

 

JULY 1

1) FORMER VSB CHAIR BLOWS THE WHISTLE ON B.C. LIBERALS

2) ACCUMULATING MINING PROBLEMS AT MACEHWIK SIPOHSISOL

3) WE CANNOT BE PASSIVE OBSERVERS OF US WAR THREATS - Editorial

4) WHO DOES THE EARTH BELONG TO? - Editorial

5) JUNIOR DOCTORS STRIKE TO EXPOSE INDIA'S POOR HEALTH SYSTEM

6) FOR A COMBATIVE ALLIANCE AGAINST LEGAULT AND THE BIG MONOPOLIES

7) WHY CANADA IS ALL INDIGENOUS TERRITORY

8) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

9) OTTAWA HIRES HITMAN TO OVERTHROW VENEZUELAN GOVERNMENT

 

JUNE 16

1) MMIWG FINALLY RELEASES INQUIRY REPORT

2) INQUIRY ISSUES 231 "CALLS FOR JUSTICE"

3) MMIWG FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS DESERVE FULL SUPPORT

4) NEARLY DROPPING THE BALL: NL ELECTS MINORITY GOVERNMENT

5) DEFEAT FORD'S WAGE CUT LEGISLATION - DEFEND WORKERS' RIGHTS!

6) END THE GIVEAWAYS TO BIG ENERGY - Editorial

7) LABOUR COUNCILS SAY "NO" TO RACISM - Editorial

8) A MUST-READ WITH ONE UNFORTUNATE FLAW

9) "THE CURRENT POLITICAL DEADLOCK IN SUDAN. HOW DID WE END UP HERE?"

 

JUNE 1

1) CONCESSION DEMANDS MAY SPARK BC TEACHER STRIKE

2) LIBERAL "FRAMEWORK" MEETS GROWING RESISTANCE

3) A SHOCKING SETBACK IN INDIA - Editorial

4) YES, DOUG FORD HAS TO GO - Editorial

5) COMMUNIST PARTY WRAPS UP SUCCESSFUL 39TH CENTRAL CONVENTION

6) "THIS IS THE PARTY OF FUNDAMENTAL CHANGE!"

7) RIGHT-WING POPULISM AND THE GROWTH OF FASCISM

8) UN VOTES AGAINST BRITISH OCCUPATION OF CHAGOS ISLANDS

9) SOLIDARITY WITH THE PEOPLE'S STRUGGLE IN SUDAN

10) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

MAY 16-31

1) EVA BARTLETT DISMANTLES MEDIA LIES

ABOUT VENEZUELA AND SYRIA

2) BC FEDERATION WELCOMES IMPROVEMENTS, BUT MUCH MORE IS NEEDED

3) THE POLITICAL LANDSCAPE IS TILTING - THINK LEFT

4) SALUTE TO THE WINNIPEG GENERAL STRIKE - Editorial

5) GREETINGS TO COMMUNIST PARTY DELEGATES  - Editorial

6) MILLIONS RALLY GLOBALLY FOR MAY FIRST

7) MAY DAY GREETINGS FROM THE CANADIAN PEACE CONGRESS

8) ZIZEK VS. PETERSON: DEBATE OF THE CENTURY?

 

MAY 1-15

1) MAY DAY 2019: BUILD A UNITED RESISTANCE AGAINST THE CORPORATE ATTACK!

2) AFTER KENNEY'S VICTORY, THE STRUGGLE IN ALBERTA CONTINUES

3) BC GOVERNMENT PUTS SPECIAL NEEDS STUDENTS AT RISK

4) BILL 21: DEFENDING DISCRIMINATION AND OPPRESSION IN THE NAME OF SECULARISM

5) NO SURPRISES FROM CANADA POST, SAYS CUPW

6) THE DANGEROUS WORLD OF WORK – Editorial

7) YES, THE WORKING CLASS IS STILL CHANGING THE WORLD - Editorial

8) THE BOSS WILL BE WATCHING YOU...

9) WITHOUT THE LEFT, WHAT WILL HAPPEN IN INDIA?

10) "THE UPSURGE OF LABOR SWEPT THE WEST LIKE A PRAIRIE FIRE"

11) SOLIDARITY FOR SUDAN: NO TO US/SAUDI INTERFERENCE

12) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

APRIL 16-30

1) EDMONTON DAILY REPORTS ON COMMUNIST CAMPAIGN IN ALBERTA

2) FAILURE TO LAUNCH: THE LIBERALS' FEDERAL BUDGET

3) OFL LAUNCHES "POWER OF MANY" CAMPAIGN

4) SYMPATHY FROM THE DEVIL? (Editorial)

5) PUT AWAY YOUR TINFOIL HATS! (Editorial)

6) THE PRICE OF EDUCATION, Letter to the Editor

7) PHOENIX PAY SYSTEM STILL BROKEN

8) ARE CHINA'S UYGHURS THE LATEST "WHITE MAN'S BURDEN"?

 

APRIL 1-15

1) IT WILL HAPPEN AGAIN, UNLESS WE UNITE AGAINST RIGHT-WING TERROR

2) FORD'S CLASS-SIZE CHANGES A TROJAN HORSE FOR SCHOOL FUNDING CUTS

3) NEW BRUNSWICK NURSING HOME WORKERS FIGHT TORY AUSTERITY

4) UJPO-CANADA REJECTS "FREE SPEECH" ISLAMOPHOBIA

5) STUDENTS STRIKE FOR SURVIVAL - Editorial

6) THE FEDERAL BUDGET: HERE WE GO AGAIN? - Editorial

7) ALBERTA COMMUNISTS CAMPAIGN FOR FUNDAMENTAL CHANGE

8) "SONIC ATTACKS" - THE BIZARRE CRIME WITH NO MEANS, MOTIVE OR EVIDENCE

9) CHICAGO TEACHERS OPPOSE US INTERFERENCE IN VENEZUELA

10) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

MARCH 16-31

1) PROSECUTE SNC LAVALIN FOR BRIBERY AND CORRUPTION

2) NATIONALIZE GENERAL MOTORS IN CANADA!

3) SOME POSITIVES, BUT THE B.C. BUDGET FALLS FAR SHORT

4) OTTAWA'S INDIGENOUS POLICIES IN SHAMBLES - Editorial

5) THE STENCH OF HYPOCRISY -  Editorial

6) NO TO DIVISION, YES TO SOLIDARITY

7) THE PEOPLE UNITED: AN OPEN LETTER TO THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES

8) FOR INTERNATIONAL WORKING CLASS SOLIDARITY - UNIONS OUT OF THE NED

9) CUBANS ENDORSE NEW CONSTITUTION

10) PEOPLE'S VOICE FUND DRIVE FOR $50,000 STARTS NOW!:

 

MARCH 1-15

1) SNC-LAVALIN SCANDAL: BUSINESS AS USUAL FOR LIBERALS

2) WOMEN: UNITE AND BUILD THE RESISTANCE!

3) REPRODUCTIVE LABOUR AND THE FAMILY: A SOCIALIST MODEL

4) CANADA'S "RULE OF LAW" HOAX - Editorial

5) "DIVIDED WE ROLL"? - Editorial

6) I.N.F. WITHDRAWAL ANOTHER DANGEROUS STEP TOWARDS CONFRONTATION

7) CANADA'S HANDS OFF VENEZUELA: NO COUP, NO SANCTIONS, NO "LIMA GROUP"

8) MUSIC NOTES, By Wally Brooker

 

FEBRUARY 15-28

1) ONTARIO MOVES TO PRIVATIZE HEALTH CARE

2) BC NDP GETS BREATHING SPACE IN BY-ELECTION WIN

3) INF SUSPENSION POSES GLOBAL THREAT - Editorial

4) INEQUALITY AND THE 2019 FEDERAL ELECTION - Editorial

5) MASS MOBILIZATION IN WASHINGTON TO OPPOSE NATO, WAR AND RACISM

6) CANADA VS. CHINA: BEYOND THE COMEDY

7) DESPERATION OF THE BJP AS INDIA'S ELECTION NEARS

8) COVERING FOR IMPERIALISM: THE "LIBERAL" NEW YORK TIMES

9) THE MEDDLERS-IN-CHIEF: MAKING ELECTIONS "COME OUT RIGHT"

 

 FEBRUARY 1-14

1) FORD "PUTTING STUDENTS FIRST" .... TO THE CHOPPING BLOCK

2) ALL FORM, NO SUBSTANCE: THE NL ALLIANCE PARTY

3) CUPW TO CANADA POST, GOVERNMENT: "THIS IS FAR FROM OVER”

4) UN DECLARATION ON THE RIGHTS OF PEASANTS ADOPTED BY GENERAL ASSEMBLY

5) INEQUALITY: A WIDENING PROBLEM - Editorial

6) CANADA UNDER THE MICROSCOPE - Editorial

7) L.A. TEACHERS IN HISTORIC STRIKE FOR BETTER SCHOOLS

8) REBUILD A POWERFUL, UNITED PAN-CANADIAN WOMEN'S MOVEMENT

9) BANK IMBALANCE: LIFE IN CANADA STILL A LOPSIDED "TALE OF TWO BANKS"

10) "LIMA GROUP" STEPS UP INTERFERENCE IN VENEZUELA

11) INDIAN ACT DISCRIMINATES AGAINST FIRST NATIONS WOMEN, SAYS U.N.

12) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

JANUARY 1-31

1) A PROUD MORNING   FOR MARITIME LABOUR
2) ONTARIO: MAKING 2019 A YEAR OF RESISTANCE
3) BC’S NDP-GREEN GOVERNMENT FACES BIG CHALLENGE
4) GLOBAL INEQUALITY STILL GROWING – Editorial
5) BROAD COALITION NEEDED TO DEFEAT PATRIARCHY – Editorial
6) THE POSTAL WORKERS STRUGGLE: VOICES FROM NEW BRUNSWICK
7) STOP THE FORD GOVERNMENT'S ATTACK ON PUBLIC HEALTH CARE
8) YELLOW VESTS ATTRACT CANADA'S FAR RIGHT
9) KISAN MUKTI MARCH EMBODIES HUEY P. NEWTON'S CONCEPT
10) RELEASE MENG WANZHOU!
11) RALLIES CONDEMN RCMP ARRESTS OF LAND DEFENDERS
12) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

2018

DECEMBER 1-31

1) COMMUNIST PARTY GEARING UP FOR ACTION IN 2019

2) SOLIDARITY WITH QUEBEC INTERNS' STRIKE

3) STOP THE GM CLOSURE! STOP NAFTA 2.0! NATIONALIZE GM'S OPERATIONS IN CANADA!

4) WITHDRAW BACK TO WORK LEGISLATION - NEGOTIATE, DON'T LEGISLATE!
5) A WORLD IN PAIN: THERE IS A CURE - Editorial

6) GM LAYOFFS: THE BRUTALITY OF CAPITALISM - Editorial

7) AMAZON WORKERS LAUNCH BLACK FRIDAY STRIKES AND PROTESTS

8) PAME LEADS MILITANT STRIKE ACROSS GREECE

9) YEMEN DEATH TOLL FAR HIGHER THAN PREVIOUS ESTIMATES

10) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker


NOVEMBER 16-30
1) STOP BANNON: HATE SPEECH IS CRIMINAL ACTIVITY

2) CUPW FIGHTING FOR ALL WORKERS! - Editorial

3) HOW NOT TO FIGHT CLIMATE CHANGE

4) PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION? YES!

5) "WE WILL NOT BE ERASED, WE WILL FIGHT BACK"

6) AFTER THE MID-TERMS: WHAT NEXT? - Editorial

7) P3 PRIVATIZATION SCHEMES FAIL IN COUNTRY THAT INVENTED THEM

8) WOMEN IN CHINA: SCRAMBLING TOWARDS EQUALITY

9) NO BASIS FOR U.S. ACCUSATIONS IN WARMBIER CASE

10) CANADIAN PEACE CONGRESS MEETS NOV. 24-25
11) "CANADIAN FOREIGN POLICY SUPPORTS FEUDALISM, ZIONISM, FASCISM AND IMPERIALISM"

12) WARFARE, LAWFARE, AND LEGAL TROJAN HORSES

13) TELLING LABOUR HISTORY THROUGH A GRAPHIC NOVEL

 

NOVEMBER 1-15
1) CUPW STARTS ROTATING STRIKES FOR JUST COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS

2) MANAGEMENT PUTS PROFIT BEFORE HEALTH, SAYS CUPW

3) FIRST TAKE ON VANCOUVER ELECTION: A MISSED OPPORTUNITY?

4) KENNEDY CAMPAIGN A BRIGHT SPOT IN FRUSTRATING TORONTO ELECTION

5) CANADA'S SHAMEFUL HYPOCRISY ON SAUDI ARABIA - Editorial

6) SOLIDARITY WITH POSTAL WORKERS - Editorial

7) HEU DELEGATES WILL CHALLENGE HEALTH PRIVATIZERS

8) VOTE YES FOR PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION: HELP SHIFT B.C. POLITICS TO THE LEFT

9) TRUDEAU'S "RE-DO" COULD FACE NEW CHALLENGE

10) SITE C DAM: EXPENSIVE IN MANY WAYS

11) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

OCTOBER 16-31

1) UNIFOR SETTLEMENT WITH GM: CONCESSION BARGAINING IN THE AGE OF NEO-LIBERALISM

OVEMBER BERALS DISCARD PROMISE TO CONSULT FIRST NATIONS

3) COMMUNIST PARTY CALLS TO “MAKE EVERY VOTE COUNT”

4) ONE YEAR LATER... People’s Voice Editorial

5) MILITARISM IS KILLING US - Editorial

6) STANDING ROCK SIOUX REFUSE TO SURRENDER

7) TRADE DOESN’T SCARE POPULISTS LIKE US, BUT PLUTOCRACY DOES

8) PEACEKEEPING: FICTION VS. REALITY

9) AIDING & ABETTING: THE BRITISH MEDIA AND THE INVASION OF IRAQ

10) WOMEN’S SOLIDARITY BOAT TO GAZA HIJACKED BY ISRAEL

11) N.Z. EQUALITY SLIPS AWAY

12) ROBOTS AND US

 

OCTOBER 1-15
1) SCHOOL STUDENTS TAKE HUGE STEP FOR ANTI-FORD FIGHTBACK

2) BERNIER FORMS HARD-RIGHT "ANTI-PEOPLE'S" PARTY

3) FORD'S ATTACK ON LOCAL DEMOCRACY SHOWS NEED FOR CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM

4) BC COMMUNISTS CAMPAIGN F OR "YES" VOTE ON P.R.

5) TAKING A PRINCIPLED STAND ON IRAN - Editorial

6) SALUTE TO CUPW FOR EQUITY WIN - Editorial

7) ONTARIO COURT RULINGS MAKE IT DIFFICULT FOR RAPE VICTIMS TO GET JUSTICE

8) YORK U TARGETTING POLITICAL DISSENT

9) BC HEALTH COALITITOBERON BACKS PURCHASE OF PRIVATE MRI CLINICS

10) NORMAN BETHUNE: IT'S IMPORTANT TO GET IT RIGHT

11) CUBAN PRESIDENT BACKS SAME-SEX MARRIAGE EQUALITY

12) LVIV REGIONAL COUNCIL COUNCIL BANS PUBLIC USE OF RUSSIAN LANGUAGE

13) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker


SEPTEMBER 16-30

1) TRUMP'S TARIFF THREATS PROVE CANADA SHOULD EXIT NAFTA WHILE WE CAN
2) CORPORATE INTERESTS BEHIND FORD'S ATTACK ON LOCAL DEMOCRACY
3) VANCOUVER CIVIC ELECTION: IT'S COMPLICATED
4) WILL NAFTA-2 BOOST PHARMA COSTS? – Editorial
5) NEW PROVOCATIONS AGAINST SYRIA – Editorial
6) THIRTY YEARS AFTER THE NEWFOUNDLAND RAILWAY
7) COMMUNIST PARTY WELCOMES LEGAL VICTORY OVER TRANS MOUNTAIN PIPELINE EXPANSION
8) WHO EXACTLY IS THE NDP MAKING FRIENDS WITH IN ISRAEL?
9) FOUR DENIALS: "STUDIES IN A DYING CULTURE" REVISITED
10) NINE DAYS IN NORTH KOREA
11) HUGE PEOEMBER 1-15PLE'S PROTEST IN NEW DELHI AS RESISTANCE GROWS

 

SEPTEMBER 1-15

1) LABOUR DAY 2018: TIME TO STEP UP THE FIGHTBACK!

2) NL HYDRO INCREASES HIGHLIGHT NEED FOR PUBLIC OWNERSHIP

3) PAST BC TEACHERS PRESIDENT SENTENCED FOR PIPELINE PROTEST

4) ALBERTA COMMUNISTS FOCUS ON ENERGY SECTOR AND  ENVIRONMENT

5) DARKNESS DESCENDING - CAPITALISM KILLS - Editorial

6) SYMBOLISM OR PROGRESS? - Editorial

7) DISCONTENT CITY NANAIMO CONFRONTS FASCISTS AND RIGHT-WINGERS

8) UFCW SLAMS WALMART'S SEXIST WORKPLACE POLICIES

9) ELECTIONS IN BRAZIL: UNWANTED HELP FROM A U.S. FRIEND?

10) "CHEMICAL WARFARE" CLAIMS AGAINST SYRIA EXPOSED BY INDEPENDENT RESARCH GROUP

11) CANADA'S HYPOCRISY ON DISPLAY IN MIDDLE EAST

12) KILLER BOMB WAS MADE IN USA

13)  MUSIC NOTES, By Wally Brooker

14) ANTI-WAR ACTIVIST TO SPEAK AT VANCOUVER & SURREY FORUMS

 

AUGUST 1-31

1) CANADIAN TROOPS OUT OF IRAQ! CANADA OUT OF NATO!

2) U.S. "OPEN SHOP" RULING A CHALLENGE TO WORKERS IN CANADA

3) FORD ATTACKS SEX ED - STUDENTS AND TEACHERS FIGHT BACK

4) DON'T SACRIFICE SUPPLY MANAGEMENT - Editorial

5) KNESSET MAKES APARTHEID OFFICIAL

6) TORY/SAUNDERS GUN VIOLENCE PREVENTION PLAN JUST A DIVERSIONARY TACTIC

7) VANCOUVER LABOUR BACKS WIDE RANGE OF MUNICIPAL CANDIDATES

8) AFTER THE TRUMP-PUTIN MEETING: THE REAL STRUGGLE TO SAVE THE PLANET

9) LOOKING BACK ON OPERATION SOLIDARITY - A COMMUNIST PERSPECTIVE

10) LET'S NOT BE DISTRACTED BY HARPER; WE HAVE CHRYSTIA FREELAND TO CONTEND WITH

11) WHY MARX SAID RAISING THE MINIMUM WAGE WON’T JUST BOOST PRICES

12) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

13) WORKERS OF ALL LANDS...?

14) COMMUNITY ACTIVIST HELEN KENNEDY RUNS FOR TDSB WARD 4

 

JULY 1-31

1) REFUGEES WELCOME: SCRAP THE "SAFE (1)THIRD COUNTRY AGREEMENT"
2) SYSTEMIC RACISM EMBEDDED IN CANADA'S PRISONS AND POLICE
3) FREELAND FAILS TO SEE THE EMERGING MULTIPOLAR WORLD
4) DPRK-US AGREEMENT A WELCOME STEP TOWARDS PEACE AND STABILITY
5) THE PEOPLE'S KOREA-USA AGREEMENT BRINGS GOOD NEWS
6) TARIFF WAR HITS WORKING PEOPLE – Editorial
7) FAMILY SEPARATION IS NOT NEW – Editorial
8) CANADA: IS THIS REALLY A COUNTRY OF PEACEKEEPING?

 9) VANCOUVER LABOUR BACKS BDS CAMPAIGN
10) MEXICAN CANDIDATE SAYS ECONOMY WOULD SURVIVE NAFTA COLLAPSE
11) CANADA ABSTAINS ON UN CONDEMNATION OF ISRAELI VIOLENCE
12) EL SALVADOR ERUPTS AS LEGISLATURE MOVES TO PRIVATIZE WATER
13) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

JUNE 16-30

1) TRUMP'S TARIFFS MEAN CANADA NEEDS A NEW TRADE POLICY NOW!

2) ONTARIO CONSERVATIVE GOVERNMENT – 1995 REDUX?

3)"PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION MAKES YOUR VOTE COUNT"

4) NATIONAL INDIGENOUS PEOPLES DAY: JUNE 21 - Editorial

5) TRUMP'S TANTRUM MAKES OUR POINT - Editorial

6) BC CASINO WORKERS FIGHT FOR FAIRNESS

7) PEOPLE'S VOICE 25TH ANNIVERSARY: FOOD FOR THE BODY AND FOOD FOR THOUGHT

8) CANADIAN DELEGATES ATTEND MARX CONFERENCE IN CHINA

9)TRUDEAU'S PIPELINE DEAL BAILS OUT BIG OIL, SHAFTS INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AND THE ENVIRONMENT

10) NEPAL COMMUNISTS COMPLETE UNIFICATION

11) VICTORY WON BY THE WOMEN OF IRELAND


JUNE 1-15

1) INTERNATIONAL BEST PRACTICE POINTS AT DEMOCRATIC ELECTIONS IN VENEZUELA

2) G7 SUMMIT: AN AGENDA OF AUSTERITY, POVERTY, ENVIRONMENTAL DESTRUCTION AND WAR

3) TAX DEBATES HAUNT ANNIVERSARY OF BC'S NDP GOVERNMENT

4) A HUGE VICTORY IN IRELAND – Editorial

5) SINGAPORE SUMMIT: ON AGAIN, OFF AGAIN – Editorial

6) ONE CITY TRUSTEE CARRIE BERCIC CHALLENGES VSB BUDGET

7) COMMUNISTS CONDEMN ISRAEL'S SLAUGHTER OF PALESTINIANS

8) GLOBAL CLASS STRUGGLE

9) ROBESON REMEMBERED WITH RECORD AND ROW R

10) WHOSE RIGHTS? PEOPLES' RIGHTS!

11) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

MAY 16-31

1) MARX'S 200TH BIRTHDAY RELEVANT FOR WORKERS IN CANADA

2) LABRADOR STEELWORKERS STRIKE NEARS TWO MONTHS

3) TRANNSPARENCY AT THE HEART OF MAY 20 ELECTIONS IN VENEZUELA

4) ONTARIO ELECTION: DEMAND A PEOPLE'S ALTERNATIVE

5) ANOTHER ISRAELI MASSACRE IN GAZA – Editorial

6) CLEAR AS MUD ON THE WEST COAST – EdItorial

7) VANCOUVER PEACE COUNCIL FORMED TO PROMOTE STRONGER ANTI-WAR ACTION

8) PM TRUDEAU: CONDEMN FASCIST VIOLENCE IN UKRAINE AGAINST PETRO SIMONENKI AND THE CPU

9) THE ROT BENEATH THE SURFACE

10) CHINESE REPORT SLAMS US HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES

11) GLOBAL CLASS STRUGGLE

12) "NO WAR WITH SYRIA" SAYS VDLC

 

MAY 1-15

1) COMMUNISTS TO RUN 13 IN ONTARIO ELECTION

2) NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR BUDGET 2018: THE PATCH JOB

3) KINDER MORGAN: THE REAL NATIONAL INTEREST

4) TRADING AWAY CANADIAN JOBS AND SOVEREIGNTY

5) MAY DAY 2018: WORKERS OF THE WORLD UNITE AGAINST WAR AND REACTION

6) VICTORY OVER FASCISM - YESTERDAY AND TODAY – Editorial

7) SOLIDARITY WITH U.S. TEACHERS! – Editorial

8) UNIONIZED TIM HORTONS EMPLOYEES TO OBTAIN FIRST CONTRACT

9) AIRSTRIKES ON SYRIA - ILLEGAL AND IMMORAL

10) CUBAN NATIONAL ASSEMBLY COMPLETES HISTORIC PROCESS OF RENEWAL IN LEADERSHIP

11) COMMUNIST PARTY JOINS HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL SERVICE IN ST. JOHN'S

12) FISK REPORT CASTS NEW DOUBTS ON EXCUSE FOR ATTACK ON SYRIA

13) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

14) GLOBAL CLASS STRUGGLE

 

APRIL 16-30

1) CONDEMN ISRAEL'S MASSACRE,  ENFORCE UN RESOLUTIONS

2) STEELWORKERS IN LABRADOR CITY STRIKE

3) CUPE 2424 WINS PENSION SECURITY IN MONTH-LONG STRIKE

4) UNPRECEDENTED HIKES PUSH UNB STUDENTS TO ACTION

5) A BATTLE WON IN THE CLIMATE WARS - Editorial

6) IS THERE A PATTERN HERE? - Editorial

7) EXPULSION OF RUSSIAN DIPLOMATS IS PART OF A DANGEROUS NEW COLD WAR

8) VENEZUELA ACCUSED OF "RAISING THE MINIMUM WAGE”?

9) CBC INFLUENCED BY ZIONIST LOBBY

10) AFTER LATEST GAZA MASSACRE, CANADA MUST IMPOSE SANCTIONS ON ISRAEL

 

APRIL 1-15

1) CANADA’S ENTRY INTO MALI STRIFE: ANOTHER AFGHANISTAN FIASCO?

2) CORPORATE GAINS LEAVE ORDINARY WORKERS IN THE DUST

3) WILL CANADA’S NAFTA NEGOTIATORS GIVE AWAY THE STORE?

4) LNG TAX BREAKS MUST BE REJECTED

5) ENVIRONMENTALISTS WARN LNG TAX BREAKS IGNORE CARBON FOOTPRINT

6) VANCOUVER CIVIC SPECULATION HEATS UP

7) BE AFRAID.... VERY AFRAID - Editorial

8) THE CHILD PRISONERS OF ISRAEL - Editorial

9) DELEGATION OF COMMUNISTS VISITS BOLIVARIAN VENEZUELA

10) HUGO CHAVEZ IN THE MINDS OF DELEGATES IN CARACAS

11) MADURO IS THE COMMUNISTS’ CANDIDATE IN VENEZUELA

12) THE BOOK ON LENIN THAT BHAGAT SINGH WAS READING BEFORE HANGING IS MORE RELEVANT TODAY

13) SPAIN’S PERSECUTION OF CATALAN LEADERS CONTINUES

14) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker


MARCH 16-31

1) THE FRYING PAN OR THE FIRE: TRUMP’S TARIFFS SHOULD KILL NAFTA NOW

2) FEDERAL BUDGET 2018: A KISS AND A PROMISE

3) BC BUDGET 2018: WEIGHING UP THE NUMBERS

4) CARLETON U SUPPORT STAFF STRIKE TO CONTROL THEIR PENSIONS

5) YORK U EDUCATION WORKERS STRIKE AGAINST JOB CUTS

6) MOBILIZE TO ELIMINATE RACISM! - Editorial

7) FEDERAL WORKPLACE HARASSMENT NOT ACCEPTABLE - Editorial

8) THE “FUTURE” OF WAR

9) “LIMA GROUP”: BREAKDOWN OF OAS PRINCIPLE OF NON-INTERVENTION

10) LABOUR IN CHINA: HARMONY OR STRUGGLE

11) BJP MOCKS SCIENCE, HAILS MYTH, DISRUPTS INDIA’S SOCIAL P”?ACE

MARCH 1-15

1) WOMEN* RISE UP

2) DISABILITY JUSTICE NETWORK EMERGING IN ONTARIO

3) U.S. BANS MILITANT UNIONIST

4) ACTION ON OPIOID CRISIS MEANS CONFRONTING CORPORATE PROFITEERS

5) MIND-BOGGLING HYPOCRISY - Editorial

6) THE UNENDING PHOENIX FIASCO - Editorial

7) SOLIDARITY WITH INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ DEMANDS FOR JUSTICE!

8) JUSTIN TRUDEAU’S TRAIL OF BROKEN PROMISES

9) SUPPORT INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES RESISTING THE TRANSMOUNTAIN PIPELINE EXPANSION

10) RESET THE INQUIRY INTO MURDERED AND MISSING INDIGENOUS WOMEN AND GIRLS

11) DOES DEMOCRACY FIT THE CORPORATE MIND OF REX TILLERSON?

12) MUSIC NOTES

13) PEOPLE’S VOICE 25th ANNIVERSARY FUND APPEAL

 

FEBRUARY 15-28

1) LABOUR AGAINST RACISM AND OPPRESSION: HAMILTON'S SHUT DOWN HATE INITIATIVE

2) INDIGENOUS CHILD WELFARE REFORM REMAINS BURNING ISSUE

3) VANCOUVER LOOKS TO BIG CHANGES AT CITY HALL

4) SOBEYS LOCKS OUT B.C. SAFEWAY WORKERS

5) LIBERALS EXPAND SPYING POWERS - Editorial

6) ELECTORAL REFORM: THE NEXT CONTEST - Editorial

7) DRIVERLESS TRUCKS ARE WIPING OUT JOBS

8) FEBRUARY 4, 1992 - A WARNING OF A NEW PUNTOFIJISMO CONSENSUS

9) FARC LAUNCHES PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN

10) CARILLION COLLAPSE SHOWS THE NEOLIBERAL DOGMA HAS FAILED

11) FOURTH PALESTINIAN CHILD THIS YEAR KILLED BY ISRAEL

12) RUSSIAN COMMUNISTS SLAM "MEDIA VACUUM" AGAINST CANDIDATE

 

FEBRUARY 1-15

1) “UNIFOR AND THE CLC SHOULD GET BACK TO THE TABLE”

2) ONTARIO WORKING CLASS PUSHING FOR AN ANTI-AUSTERITY BUDGET

3) THE VANCOUVER SUMMIT FIASCO – Editorial

4) A DOUBLE-DOUBLE AND HIGHER WAGES - Editorial

5) OMNITRAX: PROFITEER TAKES CANADA TO COURT

6) CAP U CLEANERS STRUGGLE CONTINUES

7) RICHEST 1 PERCENT TOOK 82 PERCENT OF WEALTH CREATED LAST YEAR

8) EXPECTATIONS FOR A 2018 ELECTION YEAR IN LATIN AMERICA

9) OVER ONE MILLION U.S. CITIZENS VISITED CUBA IN 2017

10) HOW U.S. CORPORATIONS BACKED HITLER FASCISM

11) AN APOLOGY FOR IMPERIALISM IN A COLOURFUL PACKAGE

12) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

JANUARY 1-31

1) “VANCOUVER GROUP SUMMIT”: ESCALATING IMPERIALIST THREATS OF SANCTIONS AND WAR

2) "INDEPENDENCE AND A CONVENTION TO ARRANGE DETAILS!"

3) AJAX DEFEATED, SITE C GOES AHEAD

4) OCEANEX CHALLENGES MARINE ATLANTIC AS "UNFAIR COMPETITION"

5) SOLIDARITY, NOT SANCTIONS - Editorial

6) THE BEYAK SCANDAL AND BEYOND - Editorial

7) LONGSHORE UNION, CIVIL LIBERTIES G__PS FIGHT C-23

8) SITE C APPROVAL PUTS CORPORATE PROFITS OVER PEOPLE’S INTERESTS

9) ICELAND LEGISLATES PAY EQUALITY

10) TRUMP’S JERUSALEM STATEMENT IS A DECLARATION OF WAR

11) WOMEN’S MARCH ON CANADA RETURNS FOR 2018

12) THE US MEDIA BIAS AGAINST VENEZUELA

13) “LET RUSSIAN TEAM COMPETE AT PYEONGCHANG WINTER OLYMPICS”

14) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

2017

DECMBER 1-31

O1) OFL UNITY DISRUPTED AS DELEGATES ADOPT CONTROVERSIAL ELECTION PLAN

2) BIG TASK TO OVERCOME POVERTY IN BC

3) COMMUNIST PARTIES CALL TO RESIST IMPERIALISM AND FASCISM

4) COMMUNISTS WELCOME COURT RULING AGAINST ELECTION DEPOSITS

5) A NOT-SO-MERRY HOLIDAY SEASON - Editorial

6) SITE C DECISION LOOMS - Editorial

7) COMBATTING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

8) WOMEN JOURNALISTS FACE HARASSMENT

9) BACK IN THE USSR - CELEBRATING GREAT OCTOBER IN LENINGRAD AND MOSCOW

10) “VENEZUELA IS LIVING A TRANSCENDENTAL HISTORIC MOMENT”

11) CAPILANO U PUSHED TO PROVIDE LIVING WAGE FOR CLEANERS

12) DISTORTIONS OF THE TRUTH IN UKRAINE

 

 NOVEMBER 18-30

1) VENEZUELA SOLIDARITY MOVEMENT TO FREELAND: LIMA GROUP NOT WELCOME IN TORONTO

2) MONTREAL PEACE ACTIVISTS SAY “YES TO PEACE, NO TO  NATO!"

3) DAY OF ACTION FOR PUBLIC HOUSING: ANTI-POVERTY GROUPS CALL FOR CROSS-CANADA ACTIONS ON NOVEMBER 22

4) UNITED CONSERVATIVE PARTY PROMISES HARD-RIGHT WEDGE IN ALBERTA

5) CONFRONTING HARASSMENT AND ASSAULT

6) YOUTH SHOW THE WAY OF THE FUTURE

7) NEW DIRECTIONS FOR SOCIALISM IN CHINA?

8) XIX WORLD FESTIVAL OF YOUTH AND STUDENTS: A CHALLENGING FESTIVAL CONCLUDES WITH SUCCESS

9) SPANISH LEFT DENOUNCES “SELF COUP” AGAINST CATALONIA

10) “FIX OUR SCHOOLS” CAMPAIGN LAUNCHES IN ONTARIO

11) MAKING VANCOUVER “SAFE”: 50 PEOPLE GATHER TO FORM LOCAL ANTI-FASCIST GROUP

12) OFL CONVENTION: POWER ON OR ON STANDBY? FIVE KEY QUESTIONS FOR ONTARIO LABOUR

 

NOVEMBER 1-15

1) NATIONALIZE BOMBARDIER: STOP THE GIVEAWAY

2) THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF GREAT OCTOBER

3) UNITY STRATEGY NEEDED FOR 2018 CIVIC ELECTION IN VANCOUVER

4) ONTARIO COLLEGE FACULTY ON STRIKE AGAINST PRECARIOUS WORK

5) OPPOSE DIVISIVE BILL 62 - Editorial

6) IMPERIALIST HYPOCRISY - Editorial

7) THE OCTOBER REVOLUTION’S IMPACT ON LABOUR AND POLITICS IN CANADA

8) CUPW URGES WYNNE TO STRENGTHEN BILL 148

9) “MOST DANGEROUS PERIOD SINCE 1962"

10) PV SELLER DIES ON THE DANFORTH - A VICTIM OF AUSTERITY

11) NATIONAL CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY A MAJOR STEP FORWARD IN BOLIVARIAN DEMOCRACY

12) SOCIALIST AND ANTI-IMPERIALIST SPIRIT IN CARACAS

13) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

OCTOBER 16-31

1) MORNEAU’S EVER-SO-MODEST TAX REFORMS

 2) WHAT ARE THE FACTS ABOUT POVERTY IN CANADA?

3) ONE CITY CANDIDATES SLAM PUBLIC SUBSIDY OF ELITE PRIVATE SCHOOLS

4) NO POLICY SHIFT BY FEDERAL NDP - Editorial

5) TRUMP SIGNALS MASS GENOCIDE - Editorial

6) CUBA HURRICANE RELIEF OFF TO GOOD START

7) SPAIN’S ACTIONS DENY CATALONIA’S RIGHT TO SELF-DETERMINATION

8) “SOCIALISM WITH CHINESE CHARACTERISTICS” - THE STATE ROLE IN THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC

9) “WE ARE ALL VENEZUELA” - AN ACTION PLAN FOR WORLD SOLIDARITY

10) THE KURDISTAN REFERENDUM: IRAQI COMMUNISTS CALL FOR DIALOGUE

11) NEPAL COMMUNIST PARTIES TO MERGE

12) TRUMP THREATENS GENOCIDE, CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY

 

OCTOBER 1-15

1) COMMUNIST PARTY, LABOUR, SOCIAL JUSTICE GROUPS SPEAK OUT AGAINST NAFTA

2) CAMI WORKERS STRIKE GM FOR PENSIONS, JOB SECURITY

3) THE WORLD MEETS IN CARACAS TO BUILD SOLIDARITY WITH VENEZUELA

4) SHUT DOWN SITE C NOW, COMMUNISTS URGE

5) BC ELECTORAL FINANCE LAW FALLS SHORT - Editorial

6) WAR DANGER GREATER THAN EVER - Editorial

7) WHERE ARE THE WOMEN IN CUPE?

8) WHY NOT IMPOSE SANCTIONS ON THE U.S.?

9) TOP AFL-CIO LEADERS AND THE HEALTH CARE CRISIS - A DRIVERLESS CAR

10) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

11) COALITION OF ORGANIZATIONS CRITICIZES BILL C-59

12) PEOPLE IN CRISIS

 

SEPTEMBER 16-30

1) DIVISIONS COMPLICATE VANCOUVER COUNCIL AND TRUSTEE BYELECTION
 2) ACTIVISTS CALL FOR END TO THREATS AGAINST VENEZUELA

 3) RCMP SPYING ON BLACK LIVES MATTER IN CANADA

4) FTQ CONDEMNS THE RISE OF INTOLERANCE AND RACISM

5) NEEDED: PROGRESSIVE TAXATION - Editorial

6) SOLIDARITY: OUR URGENT PRIORITY - Editorial

7) NEW ATTACKS ON WORKERS’ RIGHTS IN NOVA SCOTIA

8) UNIFOR BACKS BDS CAMPAIGN

9) TRENDS IN UNION DENSITY IN ONTARIO

10) “OUR QUESTIONS ABOUT CANADA’S DEFENCE BUDGET”

11) RE-ENGAGING UNIONS IN THE FIGHT AGAINST FASCISM

12) AN EXPERT LOOKS AT THE STATE OF CUBA-US RELATIONS

13) HURRICANE IRMA RELIEF & RECONSTRUCTION FOR CUBA CAMPAIGN

 

SEPTEMBER 1-15

1) UNITE AND FIGHT FOR JOBS, DEMOCRACY, SOVEREIGNTY, AND PEACE

2) HUGE VANCOUVER RALLY BLOCKS NAZI GATHERING

3) WHAT REALLY HAPPENED AT CHARLOTTESVILLE

4) BRAMPTON ACTIVISTS RALLY FOR AFFORDABLE PUBLIC HOUSING

5) PARKDALE RENT STRIKE ENDS IN VICTORY

6) UNITE AGAINST NAZI TERROR - Editorial

7) PEACE IS A WORKING CLASS ISSUE - Editorial

8) RACISM - A CAPITALIST TOOL

9) WORLD PEACE COUNCIL SLAMS NEW DPRK SANCTIONS

10) NATIONS MUST REJECT VENEZUELA INVASION PLANS AT U.N. SESSION

11) SOUTH AFRICA POLITICAL TENSIONS HEATING UP

12) U.S. UNIONS CONDEMN FASCIST VIOLENCE

13) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

AUGUST 1-31

1) GET OUT OF NAFTA NOW!

2) UNIONS SAY MINIMUM WAGE AND WORKERS’ RIGHTS SHOULD BE NDP PRIORITY

3) UNION LEADERS JOIN BC NDP CABINET

4) NO TO WAR AND OCCUPATION: STOP TRUDEAU’S SPENDING INCREASE

5) TREATY ALLIANCE TO RESIST TAR SANDS EXPANSION

6) THE HATE CAMPAIGN AGAINST OMAR KHADR - Editorial

7) CELEBRATION AND CAUTION - Editorial

8) NLFL BACKS CALL FOR PHARMACARE

9) LESSONS FROM THE 1811 INDEPENDENCE OF VENEZUELA

10) COMBATING HOMOPHOBIA AND TRANSPHOBIA IN CUBA

11) CLASS DIVIDE THREATENS CHILDREN, SAYS UNICEF

12) MUSIC NOTES

 

JULY 1-31

1) BILL C-59: ANOTHER THREAT TO DEMOCRACY

2) AN INJURY TO ONE IS AN INJURY TO ALL!

 3) YCL-LJC PREPARES FOR 19TH WORLD FESTIVAL OF YOUTH & STUDENTS

4) INDIGENOUS MOVEMENTS & ALLIES CALL FOR JULY 1 NATIONAL DAY OF ACTION

5) 150 YEARS, NO REASON TO PARTY - Editorial

6) CUBANS REJECT LATEST U.S. THREATS - Editorial

7) THE GRENFELL FIRE: AUSTERITY IS TERRORISM

8) THE EVOLUTION OF A SOCIAL MOVEMENT

9) TUDEH PARTY SLAMS WASHINGTON’S AGGRESSION

10) THERESA MAY’S POLITICAL CAREER DEAD IN THE WATER?

11) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

JUNE 16-30

1) LIBERALS PREPARE FOR WAR WITH 70% INCREASE IN MILITARY SPENDING

2) A BIG WIN BRINGS NEW CHALLENGES FOR B.C. WORKING PEOPLE

3) 2017 BC ELECTION - BRITISH COLUMBIANS HAVE SPOKEN

4) CANADA 150: WHITEWASHING THE GENOCIDAL HISTORY OF COLONIALISM

5) ONTARIO COMMUNISTS LAUNCH CAMPAIGN: “HOUSING FOR PEOPLE - NOT PROFIT!”

6) NEW HOPE FOR WORKING PEOPLE - Editorial

7) ABOLISH CHILD LABOUR! - Editorial

8) “NEW” DEFENCE POLICY - STILL MADE IN WASHINGTON

9) “A LITTLE CROOKED HOUSE” TRUDEAU, MORNEAU, BMO AND KPMG INC.

10) POWER IS WITHIN SIGHT FOR THE LABOUR PARTY, BUT THE LEFT MUST REMAIN VIGILANT

11) U.S. HEALTH CARE HAS A RELAPSE

12) THE PLOT TO SCAPEGOAT RUSSIA

 

JUNE 1-15

1) BRITISH COLUMBIANS VOTE FOR CHANGE

2) DIVIDED LABOUR MOVEMENT LEAVES CLC CONVENTION STILL DIVIDED

3) A CLOSER LOOK AT ONTARIO’S HEALTH FUNDING “INCREASE”

4) CLC CONVENTION BACKS PALESTINIAN PRISONERS’ DIGNITY STRIKE

5) B.C. VOTED FOR CHANGE! - Editorial

6) SOLIDARITY WITH THE BOLIVARIAN REVOLUTION - Editorial

7) URGENT CALL FOR SENATE TO SUPPORT BILL C-16

8) ANGELA DAVIS IGNITES CLC HUMAN RIGHTS FORUM

9) WHO IS BREAKING THE CONSTITUTIONAL ORDER IN VENEZUELA?

10) A PAINFUL ANNIVERSARY

11) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

MAY 16-31

1) BACK FROM THE GRAVE? SECRET TPP TALKS RESUME IN TORONTO

2) SISTERS STALLED IN THE TRADES

3) CANADA’S WEALTHY TAX-DODGERS WRITE OFF INCOMES

4) GREED KILLS: THE WESTRAY DISASTER - Editorial

5) BACK OFF THREATS AGAINST  DPRK - Editorial

6) BREAK FROM STATUS QUO, URGES YOUNG COMMUNIST CANDIDATE

7) SURREY COPS TERRORIZE BLACK TEENAGER

8) AUSTERITY, FASCISM AND POLITICAL UPHEAVALS IN FRANCE

9) SYRIZA YIELDS TO EU CREDITORS OVER PENSION CUTS

10) THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR  BETRAYAL IN BARCELONA

11) RUSSIAN CONGRESS OF CANADA CALLS FOR FAIR INVESTIGATION OF ODESSA TRAGEDY

12) DEFEAT THE COUP AGAINST THE BOLIVARIAN REPUBLIC

 

MAY 1-15

1) UNITE AND FIGHT FOR JOBS, DEMOCRACY, SOVEREIGNTY, EQUALITY AND SOCIALISM!

2) NEW REPORT DEMOLISHES LIBERAL CLAIMS FOR SITE C DAM

3) DOWN TO THE WIRE IN B.C. - Editorial

4) THE LONGEST WAR CONTINUES - Editorial

5) TEACHERS OUT IN FRONT

6) VANCOUVER & DISTRICT LABOUR COUNCIL OPPOSES U.S. BOMBING

7) “CHILDREN OF THE SAME COUNTRY”

8) MILITANT MAY DAY GREETINGS FROM THE WFTU

9) CANADA’S OPPORTUNIST STANCE ON HUMAN RIGHTS

10) CHEMICAL WEAPONS - DANGER BEYOND SYRIA

11) NO TO ILLEGALIZATION OF THE PCV!

12) HUNGER STRIKE LAUNCHED BY PALESTINIAN PRISONERS

13) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

14) HURRAH FOR THE FREE PRESS!

 

APRIL 16-30

1) TELL TRUMP – NO WAR! HANDS OFF SYRIA

2) ACT NOW TO CONDEMN US MILITARY STRIKE ON SYRIA! DEMAND CANADA OPPOSE THIS WANTON AGGRESSION!

3) AGAINST THE “ALT-RIGHT” ON CAMPUS

4) DEFEAT THE BC LIBERALS, VOTE FOR FUNDAMENTAL CHANGE

5) EARTH DAY AND CLIMATE JUSTICE - Editorial

6) WORKPLACE DEATHS: A CAPITALIST DISEASE - Editorial

7) A CANADIAN SURGE?

8) CORNER BROOKERS RALLY IN DEFENCE OF MEDIA FREEDOM

9) RCMP ADMITS TO “STINGRAY” USAGE

10) SAY NO TO U.S. AGGRESSION AGAINST  DPRK!

11) TIME FOR PRESIDENT ZUMA TO RESIGN, SAYS SACP

12) UK UNIONS WARN TORIES OVER BREXIT

13) CRUISE MISSILE ATTACKS: A NEW STEP IN WASHINGTON’S LONG CLASS WAR ON SYRIA

 

APRIL 1-15

1) CORPORATIONS PLEASED WITH FEDERAL BUDGET

2) SASKATCHEWAN BUDGET MAKES LIFE HARDER FOR RURAL PEOPLE

3) CPC LEADERSHIP ANALYZES NEW POLITICAL SITUATION

4) QUEBEC COMPANIES BREAK ANTI-SCAB RULES

5) CHRYSTIA FREELAND’S FAMILY HERITAGE ISSUES

6) THE BILLIONAIRE BANKERS - Editorial

7) UNITE TO RESIST HATE GROUPS - Editorial

8) SOLIDARITY IN OPPOSITION TO THE NEOLIBERAL IDEOLOGY

9) “HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF WORKERS WILL STRIKE MAY 1"

10) DEADLY COAL MINE EXPANDS IN COLOMBIA

11) “A TRUE GIANT OF IRISH POLITICS"

12) THE FABRICATED “NATIONAL MYTH” OF CANADA

13) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker4)

 

MARCH 16-31

1) HYDRO ONE: EXPANDING THE PUBLIC SECTOR TO PRIVATIZE IT

2) THE NOVA SCOTIA TEACHERS STRIKE IN PERSPECTIVE

3) BCTF WINS RESTORED COLLECTIVE AGREEMENT LANGUAGE

4) RACISM DISGUISED AS PATERNALISM: THE CASE OF SENATOR BEYAK

5) MOBILIZE TO DEFEAT THE RACIST AGENDA

6) U.S. PUTS “BOOTS ON THE GROUND” - Editorial

7) UNITY CAN BLOCK RACISM -  Editorial

8) MOBILIZE AGAINST MANITOBA HYDRO RATE HIKES

9) STRIKING YORK FOOD SERVICE WORKERS WIN $15 AND FAIRNESS

10) STATSCAN REPORT BREAKS DOWN GENDER PAY AND EMPLOYMENT GAPS

11) MOBILIZATION DEFEATS GERRYMANDERING ATTEMPT BY QUEBEC LIBERALS

12) END CANADIAN COMPLICITY IN THE “DIRTY WAR” - HANDS OFF SYRIA NOW!

13) WHY IS THE TRUDEAU GOVERNMENT ESCALATING ITS BELLIGERENCE TOWARDS RUSSIA?

 

MARCH 1-15

01) M-103, KEILIE LEITCH, AND THE “FREEDOM” RALLY

 02) ORIGINS OF IWD – A MILITANT CELEBRATION

03) ORGANIZE FOR FULL GENDER EQUALITY NOW

04) “FAR FROM EQUALITY, WOMEN ARE STILL FIGHTING”

05) GENDER PARITY COULD TAKE 170 YEARS TO ACHIEVE

 06) INEQUALITY: STILL A FACT OF LIFE

07) THE POLITICS OF OIL

 08) TRUDEAU MUST “GET REAL” ABOUT THE DEVASTATING IMPACTS OF NEOLIBERALISM AND FREE TRADE

09) MUSIC NOTES By Wally Brooker

10) CLAUDIA JONES, FOUNDER OF THE NOTTING HILL CARIBBEAN CARNIVAL

11) OPINION SHIFTS FROM PRO-ZIONIST VIEWS

 12) WHY WE NEED TO RAISE $50,000 FOR THE WORKING CLASS PRESS

13) ) POLICE IGNORE SEX ASSAULT COMPLAINTS ACROSS CANADA

14) NEWFOUNDLANDERS STAND IN SUPPORT OF MUSLIM COMMUNITY

15) THE PEOPLE WHO MAKE YOUR CLOTHES ARE STILL FIGHTING FOR YOUR RIGHTS

 16) LATIN AMERICA – A KEY PLAYER IN A MULTIPOLAR WORLD

17) SEX WORKERS FACE INCREASED HEALTH AND SAFETY RISKS

18) BEWARE BLAIR’S EU AGENDA

19) ARMS SPENDING HITS NEW RECORD

 

FEBRUARY 15-28

1) COMMUNISTS DEMAND IMMEDIATE GOVERNMENT ACTION ON US-INSPIRED HATE CRIME

2) QUEBEC MOSQUE ATTACK SHOWS CANADA IS NOT FREE FROM RACISM

3) COLD LAKE SENIORS CARE LOCKOUT

4) THERE IS ANOTHER CHOICE - Editorial

5) WAR DANGER HAS NOT DISAPPEARED - Editorial

6) CHRISTY CLARK - B.C’S BIG BUSINESS PREMIER

7) RESTORE DEMOCRATIC RIGHTS TO VANCOUVER VOTERS

8) CLC ANTI-MUSLIM TRAVEL BAN

9) COMMUNISTS DEMAND ELECTORAL REFORM & LEGISLATION TO ENACT MMP

10) LOOKING FOR A REALLY GOOD OBAMACARE REPLACEMENT? HERE IT IS

11) BILLIONS FROM SAUDI WAR CRIMES

12) THE REAL COUP OF HUGO CHAVEZ ON FEBRUARY 4, 1992

13) “RESIST FROM BEGINNING TO END, STRATEGICALLY AND CONSISTENTLY”

 

FEBRUARY 1-14

1) CANADA NEEDS A NEW TRADE POLICY - NOT A NEW NAFTA DEAL

2) THE WOMEN’S MARCH: PROFOUND RESISTANCE TO TRUMP’S MISOGYNY AND RACISM

3) “THIS IS JUST THE BEGINNING”

4) FIRST, THE BAD NEWS.... - Editorial

5) THEN THE GOOD NEWS - Editorial

6) MI’KMAQ NATION FILES CLAIM TO A THIRD OF NEW BRUNSWICK

7) “TRUMP IS NO FRIEND OF THE WORKERS”

8) A DISCUSSION OF HOMOPHOBIA IN CUBA

9) BACCHUS SETS FACTS STRAIGHT ON V.S.B. BUDGET

10) EIGHT BILLIONAIRES VS. 3.6 BILLION IN POVERTY

11) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

12) THE INTERSECTION OF RACE AND CLASS

 

JANUARY 1-31

1) ON ITS 50TH ANNIVERSARY, MEDICARE IS BEING SYSTEMATICALLY STARVED

2) CUPE WOMEN STEP UP THE FIGHT ON THE PICKET LINES

3) CHILDREN’S AID LOCKS OUT NORTHERN ONTARIO WORKERS

4) PRECARIOUSNESS AND POVERTY FOR YOUNG WORKERS: STATSCAN REPORT

5) RENEGOTIATING NAFTA?

6) LOOPHOLES, LOBBYISTS AND LIES - Editorial

7) PROTECT MARITIME JOBS AND ENVIRONMENT - Editorial

8) ONTARIO’S AFFORDABLE HOUSING PLAN A GIFT TO DEVELOPERS

9) DEFEND PEOPLE AND NATURE, NOT BIG OIL PROFITS

10) ARMED DRONES PART OF TRUDEAU’S NEW MILITARY

11) CEOs STILL RIDING THE HIGH INCOME GRAVY TRAIN

12) EVEN LEONARD PELTIER’S PROSECUTOR CALLS FOR CLEMENCY

13) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

14) FIDEL CASTRO SPEAKS OF JAN. 1, 1959, IN HIS OWN WORDS

 

2016

 

DECEMBER 1-31

1) CANADA ELECTIONS ACT CHANGES FALL FAR SHORT

2) COMANDANTE FIDEL: COMBATANT TO THE END

3) CANADIAN COMMUNISTS SALUTE THE MEMORY OF FIDEL CASTRO

4) UNITE AGAINST BIG OIL - Editorial

5) THE HATE CAMPAIGN AGAINST JUSTIN TRUDEAU - Editorial

6) WEALTH GAP STILL WIDENING, SAYS REPORT

7) CHILD POVERTY IN BC: FACTS AND FIGURES

8) WOUNDED KNEE III IN THE MAKING?

9) PRESIDENT OBAMA, REMEMBER LEONARD PELTIER

10) TRUMP WAS NOT A “PEACE CANDIDATE”

11) APPEAL OF THE 18TH INTERNATIONAL MEETING OF COMMUNIST AND WORKERS’ PARTIES

12) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

13) A TAPE THAT FURTHER REVEALED A CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY

 

NOVEMBER 16-30

1) UNITE AGAINST TRUMP’S ULTRA-RIGHT RACISTS!

2) THE DEATH OF COLTEN BOUSHIE: A STORY OF CANADIAN VALUES

3) BILL C-51 AND THE SPIRAL OF HOSTILITY AND WAR

4) A YEAR OF BROKEN LIBERAL PROMISES

5) TPP DEAD IN THE WATER WITHOUT FIRST NATION CONSENT

6) POWER COMES FROM KNOWLEDGE - Editorial

7) “FIGHT THE FEES!” TAKES OFF - Editorial

8) LONGSHORE UNION RALLIES AGAINST CETA

9) THE TACTICS POLICE USE TO SPY ON JOURNALISTS WERE PRACTISED ON ACTIVISTS FIRST

10) HEU DELEGATES SLAM US-STYLE HEALTH CARE

11) THE LANGUAGE OF THE EMPIRE

12) WHY THE TPP IS BAD FOR PUBLIC HEALTH

13) VANCOUVER SUN APOLOGIZES FOR FALSE STATEMENTS

 

NOVEMBER 1-15

1) ONTARIO: “BASIC” INCOME OR “BASEMENT” INCOME?

2) COMMUNIST LEADERSHIP SLAMS TRUDEAU’S BROKEN PROMISES

3) MUSKRAT FALLS: DISSENT AND RESISTANCE BUILDING

4) PINKWASHING AT HALIFAX PRIDE AGM

5) ALL OUT ON NOV. 2: BUILD THE STUDENT STRUGGLE FOR FREE POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION

6) HIGH STAKES IN U.S. ELECTION - Editorial

7) FIRST CETA, THEN TPP.... - Editorial

8) SHORTCHANGED: MAKE WORK PAID, EQUAL AND VALUED FOR WOMEN

9) ACT NOW TO SILENCE THE DRUMS OF WAR OVER SYRIA

10) U.S. LABOUR ACTIVISTS AT WORLD TRADE UNION CONGRESS

11) SUPPORT THE PEACE ACCORD IN COLOMBIA

12) SIGNS OF POLITICAL INBREEDING IN THE UNITED STATES

13) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

14) TUDEH: 75 YEARS FOR IRAN’S FIGHTING WORKING CLASS PARTY

 

OCTOBER 16-31

1) UNIFOR SETTLEMENT WITH GM CONCESSION BARGAINING IN THE AGE OF NEO-LIBERALISM

 2) LIBERALS DISCARD PROMISE TO CONSULT FIRST NATIONS

3) COMMUNIST PARTY CALLS TO “MAKE EVERY VOTE COUNT”

 4) ONE YEAR LATER... People’s Voice Editorial

5) MILITARISM IS KILLING US - Editorial

6) STANDING ROCK SIOUX REFUSE TO SURRENDER

7) TRADE DOESN’T SCARE POPULISTS LIKE US, BUT PLUTOCRACY DOES

8) PEACEKEEPING: FICTION VS. REALITY

9) AIDING & ABETTING: THE BRITISH MEDIA AND THE INVASION OF IRAQ

10) WOMEN’S SOLIDARITY BOAT TO GAZA HIJACKED BY ISRAEL

11) N.Z. EQUALITY SLIPS AWAY

12) ROBOTS AND US

 

OCTOBER 1-15

1) SAVE CANADA POST FROM THE SECRET PUBLIC INQUIRY

2) THE STRIKE OF MONTREAL’S VIEUX-PORT WORKERS

3) VANCOUVER SCHOOL TRUSTEES URGED TO EXPAND FIGHTBACK

4) ALBERTA HEALTHCARE: THE HUMAN COSTS OF AUSTERITY

5) END THE BLOCKADE NOW! - Editorial

6) WINNERS AND LOSERS IN B.C. ECONOMY - Editorial

7) THE PERMANENT WAR ECONOMY AND DEINDUSTRIALIZATION

8) WHO ARE THE “WHITE HELMETS”?

9) POLICE: PALACE GUARDS AND COUNTER-INSURGENTS

10) “STRUGGLE-INTERNATIONALISM-UNITY”: WFTU CONGRESS IN DURBAN

11) CUBA-US RELATIONS - THE STRUGGLE CONTINUES

12) MUSIC NOTES

13) CLIMATE CHANGE, PROFIT AND NATURE

 

SEPTEMBER 16-30

1) “THE BIGGEST INDIGENOUS GATHERING IN OVER A CENTURY”

2) SOLIDARITY WITH TREATY 8 CARAVAN TO STOP THE SITE C DAM!

 3) THE UNIFOR BROMANCE WITH JUSTIN TRUDEAU

4) THE TEMPEST AND THE TPP

5) SALUTE TO POSTAL WORKERS - Editorial

6) BIG STEP FOR PEACE IN COLOMBIA - Editorial

7) NEW BRUNSWICK’S THREATENED WILDLIFE HABITAT

8) FACTS ON B.C. EDUCATION FUNDING CRISIS

9) MAURICE RUSH: A LIFETIME DEVOTED TO THE CAUSE OF SOCIALISM

10) IS A U.S.-SPONSORED “SOFT” COUP TAKING PLACE IN VENEZUELA?

11) BIGGEST GENERAL STRIKE IN INDIA’S HISTORY

12) WHO PROFITED FROM THE $440 BILLION GREEK BAILOUT? NOT GREEKS

 

 

SEPTEMBER 1-15

1) BUILD MASS LABOUR STRUGGLES AND A PEOPLE’S COALITION

2) ONTARIO’S ELECTORAL REFORM ANOTHER BLOW TO DEMOCRACY

3) COMMUNIST PARTY BC TO RUN CANDIDATES IN BOTH KAMLOOPS RIDINGS

4) BRAMPTON ACTIVISTS RALLY AGAINST HYDRO ONE SELL-OFF

5) THE BIG “STEAL” IN HAMILTON - Editorial

6) BDS IS A STRUGGLE FOR JUSTICE - Editorial

7) “IT SEEMS LIKE THE TORIES STILL RUN THE POST OFFICE”, SAYS CUPW LEADER

8) EMPLOYER-BASED HEALTH CARE IS FAILING U.S. WORKERS

9) CLASS CRIMES COMMITTED AGAINST THE ELDERLY

10) “HINDUTVA SURGE” HURTS INDIA’S PEACE AND PROGRESS

11) U.S. 2016 ELECTIONS: A CUBAN VIEW... FROM 1888

12) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

AUGUST 1-31

1) ON THE BREXIT AND THE FIGHT FOR REAL AND FUNDAMENTAL CHANGE

2) NO NATO WARMONGERING IN EUROPE

3) HOUSING CRISIS: GROUND ZERO IN BURNABY

4) RACISM - IT’S A CANADIAN THING - Editorial

5) A PREDICTABLE CATASTROPHE - Editorial

6) THE EUROPEAN UNION AND THE LATIN AMERICAN UNION...DREAM

7) TRUDEAU’S PENSION REFORM: WHERE’S THE BEEF?

8) WORLD PEACE COUNCIL MEETS IN TORONTO

9) TRILATERAL PEACE CONFERENCE PROPOSALS FOR COORDINATED ACTION

10) WOMEN’S RESISTANCE AGAINST INDIA’S MODI GOVERNMENT

11) “ONLY THE PEOPLE CAN DEFEAT THE ENEMIES OF HUMANITY”

12) “WORKING POVERTY IN METRO VANCOUVER” 

13) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

JULY 1-31

1) FREELAND CONFRONTS ANGER OVER TPP IN HER RIDING

2) SAVE PUBLIC EDUCATION - REJECT THE B.C. LIBERAL TWO-TIER SCHOOL AGENDA

3) LATIN AMERICA: CIVIL SOCIETY CAMPAIGNS AGAINST TRANS-PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP

4) NO CANADIAN TROOPS IN THE BALTICS! - Editorial

5) PENSION BATTLE ENTERS NEXT ROUND - Editorial

6) CUBA: PARTICIPATORY DEMOCRACY IN A ONE-PARTY SYSTEM

7) AN INJURY TO ONE IS AN INJURY TO ALL! - Pride 2016 Statement

8) A VICTORY FOR POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY - DEFEAT FOR EU-IMF-NATO AXIS

9) WHY THE MORNING STAR URGED A “LEAVE” VOTE

10) THE INFAMY OF DYING IN PRISON

11) HISTORIC LABOUR STRUGGLE ROCKS FRANCE

12) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

JUNE 1-30

1) QUEBEC SOLIDAIRE CELEBRATES TENTH ANNIVERSARY

2) OBAMA’S “NEW” U.S. FOREIGN POLICY AND LATIN AMERICA

3) CPC WRAPS UP SUCCESSFUL 38th CENTRAL CONVENTION

4) SILENCE AND INDIFFERENCE: INDIGENOUS WOMEN TESTIFY TO POLICE VIOLENCE

5) LIBERALS CONTINUE MILITARIST BINGE - Editorial

6) PUSH BACK AGAINST TPP - Editorial

7) SOLIDARITY WITH ATTAWAPISKAT AND INDIGENOUS RESISTANCE STRUGGLES!

8) SOLIDARITY WITH POSTAL WORKERS - BLOCK THE ATTACK ON PUBLIC SERVICES

9) NEWFOUNDLAND & LABRADOR: REJECT AUSTERITY, FIGHT FOR A PEOPLE’S ALTERNATIVE

10) THE WILDFIRE TRAGEDIES – A CALL FOR RADICAL ACTION AGAINST GLOBAL WARMING

11) “RED SPRING” FOR LEFT IN KERALA STATE

12) THE BERNIE SANDERS EFFECT

13) FEAR AND LOATHING IN THE EMPIRE

14) MUSIC NOTES - By Wally Brooker

15) DRAWN TO CHANGE: GRAPHIC HISTORIES OF WORKING CLASS STRUGGLE”

 

MAY 16-31

1) BOILING UP HELL, DOWN AT 60 HARBOUR STREET

2) THE TPP AND ITS IMPACT ON LABOUR IN CANADA

3) WORKERS RALLY ON MAY DAY ACROSS THE WORLD

4) BIRTHDAYS AND CHAINS, FROM CONFEDERATION TO TODAY

5) GREETINGS TO CPC DELEGATES - Editorial

6) IS THE HONEYMOON OVER? - Editorial

7) IS NEWFOUNDLAND MOVING TO “VOLUNTEER LIBRARIES”?

8) THE TPP HANDS CONTROL OVER TRADE TO THE WORLD’S WEALTHIEST

9) CLOSE THE CANSEC WEAPONS BAZAAR

10) BRAZIL’S CTB CONDEMNS COUP PROCESS

11) STILL NO ANSWERS FOR AYOTZINAPA RELATIVES

12) VENEZUELA CONDEMNS U.S., OAS OVER CALLS TO INVOKE DEMOCRATIC CHARTER

 

MAY 1-16

1) MAY DAY 2016: BUILD COALITIONS, STRUGGLE TO CREATE A COMMON FRONT

2) BREAKING THE CYCLE OF EXPLOITATION: REACTING TO THE NL PROVINCIAL BUDGET

3) MASSIVE DEFEAT FOR MANITOBA NDP

4) CANCEL HATE MAIL DELIVERIES! - Editorial

5) STILL WORKERS AFTER 130 YEARS - Editorial

6) ONTARIO WOMEN IN RETAIL JOBS FACE GENDER GAP

7) LOCKED-OUT WORKERS HOLD FIRM AT RIDEAU-CARLETON RACEWAY SLOTS

8) OBAMA THE BIGGEST DECEIVER IN CUBA

9) WFTU SENDS MILITANT MAY DAY SALUTE TO THE WORKING CLASS

10) DEATH FROM OVERWORK ON THE RISE IN JAPAN

11) CANADA SHOULD STOP SUPPORTING UKRAINE GOVERNMENT

12) MOSSACK FONSECA LIFTS THE LID ON GLOBAL CAPITALISM

13) SOLIDARITY WITH THE PEOPLE OF VENEZUELA - NO IMPERIALIST INTERFERENCE

14) HINDUTVA, THE THREAT TO INDIA’S SECULAR ENVIRONMENT

15) “INDIA UNDER MODI” SPEAKING TOUR

16) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

17) THE EMPIRE’S NEW TACTICS

18) THE CUBAN PEOPLE WILL WIN, ASSERTS FIDEL AT 7TH PCC CONGRESS

 

APRIL 16-30

1) 2016 FEDERAL BUDGET: NEW MODEL CAR, NOT MUCH GAS

2) DISPOSABLE LAW, DISPOSABLE WORKERS, DISPOSABLE MORALITY

3) A POLITICAL VIEWPOINT FROM THE MANITOBA ELECTION

4) SOLIDARITY WITH BLACK LIVES MATTER-TORONTO

5) EARTH DAY AND THE WORKING CLASS - Editorial

6) SOLIDARITY WITH POSTAL WORKERS - Editorial

7) ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS AND THE WORKING CLASS

8) TRANS-PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP: DEVIL IS IN THE DETAILS

9) THE SINGLE PAYER MOVEMENT IN THE U.S. IS GROWING

10) ECUADOR’S PRESIDENT DEMANDS RELEASE OF ALL THE PANAMA PAPERS

11) GERARDO HERNANDEZ WELCOMED TO TORONTO

12) EL HERMANO OBAMA AND COMPANERO FIDEL

13) UNPAID, UNEQUAL, AND UNDERVALUED

 

APRIL 1-15

1) PEACE MOVEMENTS MOBILIZE AGAINST EXPANDING WARS IN MIDDLE EAST

2) COMMUNISTS CAMPAIGN IN MANITOBA ELECTION

3) MANITOBA REALITIES AND GENUINE SOLUTIONS

4) NEEDED: ANTI-TPP STRATEGY - Editorial

5) SOLIDARITY WITH LATIN AMERICA - Editorial

6) COUNCIL OF CANADIANS CALLS TPP “CONSULTATION" A SMOKE SCREEN

7) END THE CHILD AND FAMILY CRISIS IN MANITOBA

8) COMMUNIST CANDIDATE CHALLENGES YOUTH CRISIS IN MANITOBA

9) POWER TO THE PEOPLE, SAYS DUCHARME

10) CARRY ON THE LEGACY OF BERTA CACERES

11) VENEZUELANS BACK MADURO’S VISION OF A SOCIALIST FUTURE

12) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

13) PV FUND DRIVE PASSES 33%

 

MARCH 16-31

1) COURT SIDES WITH U.S. STEEL

2) WALTZING CHRYSTIA AND THE TPP

3) TELL PARLIAMENT TO REJECT THE TPP!

 4) ONTARIO LIBERALS “FREE TUITION” IS A LIE

5) NEEDED: A UNITED VOICE FOR WOMEN - Editorial

6) ALL OUT AGAINST WAR ON MARCH 19 - Editorial

7) PARKDALE TENANTS CONTINUE TO ORGANIZE

8) KAMLOOPS COMMUNISTS DEMAND GOVERNMENT ACTION ON HOUSING

9) WHAT IS TO BE DONE, NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR?

10) SUPPORT BDS - CONDEMN ISRAELI APARTHEID!

11) HONDURAN ACTIVIST RECEIVED THREATS FROM CANADIAN COMPANY

12) CPC CONVENTION RESOLUTION HONOURS COMMUNIST WOMEN LEADERS

13) DAVID FRANCEY LAUNCHES EMPTY TRAIN TOUR

14) ON THE SO-CALLED BREXIT

15) GOOD FIRST WEEK FOR PV FUND DRIVE

 

MARCH 1-15

1) REPORTS HIGHLIGHT OPPRESSION OF INUIT, INDIGENOUS WOMEN IN QUEBEC

2) 2016: HARPER’S GONE, BUT THE FIGHT FOR EQUALITY CONTINUES!

3) LABOUR’S ROLE IN STOPPING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

4) MASS ACTION IS NEEDED TO DEFEAT THE BC LIBERAL BUDGET

5) PARLIAMENT’S RACIST MOTION - Editorial

6) CONGRATULATIONS TO CUBA! - Editorial

7) A WIDE-RANGING AND DEMOCRATIC DISCUSSION BEGINS

8) GENDER PAY GAP IN CANADA IS TWICE THE GLOBAL AVERAGE

9) A POPULAR ENERGY PROGRAM FOR CANADA - STRENGTHEN THE DIALOGUE

10) END ALL CANADIAN MILITARY INTERVENTIONS IN IRAQ AND SYRIA!

11) “VOTE TO LEAVE EU” ON JUNE 23

12) RELEASE POLITICAL PRISONER ANA BELEN MONTE

13) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

14) PV FUND DRIVE - WE NEED $50,000 TO STAY IN PRINT

 

FEBRUARY 15-29

1) COMMUNIST PARTY OF CANADA ELECTS FIRST WOMAN LEADER

2) CONVENTION PLANS, LEADERSHIP CHANGES AT COMMUNIST PARTY CC MEETING

3) OURR POSITION AGAINST AJAX

4) WEALTHIEST PEOPLE ON EARTH EVADE TAXES

5) CANADA NUMBER ONE IN NAFTA LAWSUITS

6) TIME TO RENEW ANTI-WAR ACTION - Editorial

7) BLACK HISTORY MONTH - Editorial

8) ARE WE PART OF THE DARK SIDE?

9) SOLIDARITY WITH NEPAL AGAINST INDIA’S BLOCKADE

10) JOURNALISTS OR COURTESANS?

11) MILITARY’S “CARBON BOOTPRINTS” CONTRIBUTE TO CLIMATE CRISIS

12) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

FEBRUARY 1-14

1) OPPOSITION TO SITE C DAM KEEPS GROWING

2) STOP SITE C, URGE B.C. COMMUNISTS

3) SCABS: THE SECRET INGREDIENT AT COVERED BRIDGE

4) WEALTHIEST PEOPLE ON EARTH EVADE TAXES

5) CANADA NUMBER ONE IN NAFTA LAWSUITS

6) TIME TO RENEW ANTI-WAR ACTION - Editorial

7) BLACK HISTORY MONTH - Editorial

8) ARE WE PART OF THE DARK SIDE?

9) SOLIDARITY WITH NEPAL AGAINST INDIA’S BLOCKADE

10) JOURNALISTS OR COURTESANS?

11) MILITARY’S “CARBON BOOTPRINTS” CONTRIBUTE TO CLIMATE CRISIS

12) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

 

JANUARY 1-15

1) TIME TO SCRAP ANTI-COMMUNIST MONUMENT IN OTTAWA

2) B.C. BY-ELECTIONS A REFERENDUM ON LIBERAL CORPORATE AGENDA

3) BETWEEN THE SUN AND THE NORTH WIND

4) CANADA’S SHAMEFUL HOUSING FAILURE - Editorial

5) COP21: HALF FULL OR HALF EMPTY? - Editorial

6) AN INITIAL ANALYSIS OF THE COP21 CLIMATE AGREEMENT

7) CLIMATE CHANGE: WHAT KIND OF WORLD AT THE CLOSE OF THIS CENTURY?

8) THE STORY BEHIND THE MILITIAS AT MALHEUR REFUGE

9) ONE YEAR SINCE CUBA-U.S. DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS RE-ESTABLISHED

10) VENEZUELA: THE STRUGGLE CONTINUES

11) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

12) COMMUNIST PARTY OF UKRAINE BANNED

 

 

2015

 

DECEMBER 1-31

1) SAY NO TO WAR, RACISM AND TERROR – WELCOME THE SYRIAN REFUGEES

2) OFL LEADERSHIP SHIFTS RIGHT

3) THE CLOCK HAS BEEN TICKING FOR 600 YEARS

 4) INTERNATIONAL LAW AND HUMAN RIGHTS – Editorial

5) LET THE WAR RESISTERS STAY! - Editorial

6) OPEN LETTER CALLS FOR PUBLIC CONSULTATION ON C-51

7) TPP TEXT REVEALS CORPORATE ENSLAVEMENT

8) GLOBAL MARCHES CALL TO SAVE THE PLANET

9) TELL LIBERALS TO SCRAP ANTI-COMMUNIST MEMORIAL

10) MAURICE RUSH MARKS 100TH BIRTHDAY

11) B.C. GOVERNMENT STILL IN DENIAL OVER POVERTY RATES

12) BIG JOLT FOR BJP IN BIHAR ASSEMBLY POLLS

13) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

14) AFTER THE SHOCK, FIGHT BACK AGAINST IMPERIALISM AND ITS NIGHTMARES

 

 

NOVEMBER 16-30

1) EDUCATION BARGAINING: ANOTHER MADE-IN-QUEENS-PARK MESS

2) “REAL CHANGE” AND THE ONTARIO FEDERATION OF LABOUR CONVENTION

3) CUPE ELECTS NEW PRESIDENT, ADOPTS “STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS”

4) MASS ACTION CAN HALT HYDRO PRIVATIZATION

5) CELEBRATIONS AND A CAUTION - Editorial

6) GETTING THE INQUIRY RIGHT - Editorial

7) THE LITTLE CAMPAIGN WITH BIG IDEAS

8) QUEBEC COMMON FRONT STANDS FIRM

9) NANAIMO GOLF CLUB LOCKOUT UPDATE

10) 17th IMCWP CALLS FOR “COMMON ACTION AGAINST IMPERIALISM AND FASCISM”

11) “A STRONG REJECTION OF THE PRO-AUSTERITY AND PRO-WAR AGENDA”

12) ARCTIC INITIATIVE FOR PEACE AND AN ECOLOGICALLY SUSTAINABLE FUTURE

13) DOCUMENTARY EXPOSES POLITICAL MASS MURDER IN MEXICO

14) THIS YEAR, PUT THE COMMUNIST PARTY ON YOUR GIFT LIST!

 

NOVEMBER 1-15

1)  ELECTION 2015 – IMPORTANT VICTORY, NEW CHALLENGES

2) COMMON FRONT LAUNCHES ROTATING STRIKES ACROSS QUEBEC

3) U.S. STEEL OR US STEAL?

4) TRUDEAU’S INDIGENOUS POLICY: GRASSROOTS PRESSURE NEEDED

5) THE RCMP: A NATIONAL DISGRACE - Editorial

6) UNFAIR ELECTIONS MUST CHANGE - Editorial

7) WHY SHOULD MINORITIES IN CANADA AND INDIA FEEL UNLOVED?

8) WHO ARE THE POLITICAL PRISONERS IN COLOMBIA?

9) PORTUGAL: PRESIDENT ASKS RIGHT TO FORM GOVERNMENT DESPITE LEFT MAJORITY

10) PRESIDENT OF INDIA FACES DEMONSTRATORS IN PALESTINE

11) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

12) RUSSIAN INTERVENTION EXPOSES COALITION LIES

 

OCTOBER 16-31

1) FRONT COMMUN RALLY DRAWS 150,000 AGAINST QUEBEC AUSTERITY ATTACK

2) LABOUR UNDER ATTACK BY LABOUR? THE OFL CONVENTION 2015

3) MANY “FIRSTS” FOR COMMUNIST PARTY CAMPAIGN

4) HARPER TOSSES HIS GRENADE - Editorial

5) THE TPP BATTLE IS JUST BEGINNING - Editorial

6) COMMUNIST PARTY: “ELIMINATE TUITION FEES AND STUDENT DEBT”

7) LOOK AT THE FACTS ABOUT HARPER’S RACIST ANTI-NIQAB STRATEGY

8) VANCOUVER TRUCKERS OWED MILLIONS BY COMPANIES

9) ALBERTA LABOUR DEMANDS HIGHER OIL ROYALTIES

10) AYOTZINAPA: ONE YEAR LATER

11) REFUGEES AND WARS: TIME FOR PEACE

12) THE LESSER OF TWO EVILS: GREEK VOTERS ANGRY, DISILLUSIONED

 

OCTOBER 1-15

1) CANADA HELPED CREATE THE CRISIS - NOW WE MUST WELCOME REFUGEES

2) GETTING NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR WORKING

3) THE LEAP MANIFESTO AND THE COMMUNIST PLATFORM - SOME PARALLELS AND DIFFERENCES

4) MR. HARPER’S RACIST SIGNALS - Editorial

5) LABOUR CAN’T AFFORD A NEW TORY MAJORITY - Editorial

6) GROUPS SPEAK OUT AGAINST QUEBEC’S ANTI-MEDICARE BILL 20

7) APOLOGY WAS “STRATEGIC ATTEMPT TO KILL RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL STORY”

8) FOREIGN SAILORS PAID A PITTANCE IN CANADIAN WATERS

9) STOP SILENCING PALESTINE SOLIDARITY!

10) UNPACKING THE GREEN PARTY POLICY ON ISRAEL-PALESTINE

11) A LONG TIME FOR KILLING

12) PROTESTS SPREAD ACROSS IRAQ

13) KKE ON THE GREEK ELECTION RESULTS

14) 65TH BIRTHDAY OF “INDIAN PABLO NERUDA” CELEBRATED IN BRAMPTON

15) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

SEPTEMBER 16-30

1) BIG PARTIES HAVE NO ANSWERS TO ECONOMY’S PLUMMET

2) THE REAL STATE OF THE CANADIAN ECONOMY

3) HOW AN WE SOLVE CANADA’S HOUSING CRISIS?

4) MULTI-MEDIA PROJECT DOCUMENTS TORY IMMIGRATION CHANGES

5) OPEN THE DOORS FOR CANADA’S VICTIMS - Editorial

6) SECRET REPORT ON GENDER INEQUALITY - Editorial

7) “LET SELFISHNESS END” - FIDEL’S PROPHETIC WARNING

8) GUATEMALAN PRESIDENT COMPELLED TO RESIGN

9) REFUGEE CRISIS: THE ROOT CAUSE IS IMPERIALISM

10) HORRORS IN AUSTRALIA’S OFFSHORE DETENTION CENTRES

11) DEATHS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN

12) UE BECOMES FIRST NATIONAL U.S. UNION TO ENDORSE BDS

 

SEPTEMBER 1-15

1) WORKERS UNITE AGAINST THE CORPORATE AGENDA

2) ELECTION MESSAGE FROM THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF CANADA

3) TENTATIVE AGREEMENTS WON BY ONTARIO TEACHER UNIONS

4) MAKE PEACE AN ELECTION ISSUE - Editorial

5) GRAPPLING WITH TOUGH QUESTIONS - Editorial

6) BILL C-24 “TWO-TIER CITIZENSHIP” UNCONSTITUTIONAL, SAYS LAWSUIT

7) ANTI-LABOUR BILL SEEKS TO ELIMINATE UNIONS, NOT ENFORCE TRANSPARENCY

8) STOP HYDRO PRIVATIZATION IN ONTARIO

9) FEDERAL PARTY LEADERS NOT UP FOR DEBATING GENDER EQUALITY

10) MOUNT POLLEY TOXIC SPILL: LOOKING BACK ONE YEAR

11) NDP PURGES CANDIDATES OVER PRO-PALESTINE POSITIONS

12) IN THE FACE OF THE EARLY ELECTIONS IN GREECE

13) AFTER LAND, IT’S LABOUR ON MODI’S CHOPPING BLOCK

14) RALLIES FOR A NEW CANADA ON SEPT. 12

15) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

AUGUST 1-31

1) THE GREEK PEOPLE HAVE OUR WHOLE-HEARTED SOLIDARITY

2) THE LONG ROAD TO LGBTIQ EQUALITY: NEXT STEP – DEFEAT HARPER

3) “DRAMATIC ESCALATION IN MILITARISM AND THE DRIVE TO WAR”

4) 4) A TRIUMPH FOR SOCIALIST CUBA - Editorial

5) DEFEAT THE CORPORATE AGENDA - Editorial

6) NANAIMO GOLF CLUB WORKERS LOCKED OUT SINCE APRIL

7) LATEST SPARK! - PHILOSOPHY, THE FAMILY AND MUCH MORE

8) ABOLITION OF UNIVERSAL CHILD CARE SYSTEM IN QUEBEC: AN ATTACK AGAINST ALL CANADIANS

9) NO TO THE NEW “LEFT-WING” MEMORANDUM

10) COLOMBIAN ARMY KILLED CIVILIANS TO BOOST BODY COUNT

11) PORTUGUESE ELECTION CAMPAIGN ABOUT TO BEGIN

12) MUSIC NOTES

 

JULY 1-31

1) MEDICARE SUPPORTERS BREATHE SIGH OF RELIEF

2) QUEBEC POSTAL WORKER JOINS FREEDOM FLOTILLA

3) COMMUNIST PARTY LEADERSHIP GEARS UP FOR FEDERAL CAMPAIGN

4) CANADIAN NETWORK ON CUBA CONVENTION SETS PRIORITIES

5) CELEBRATE PRIDE AND DEFEAT HARPER! - Editorial

6) CONFRONTING RACISM AND FASCISM - Editorial

7) MASS STRUGGLE IS STILL THE KEY TO VICTORY

8) “RECONCILIATION MEANS ACKNOWLEDGING GENOCIDE AND TAKING ACTION TO END COLONIALISM”

9) ECUADORIANS MOBILIZE AGAINST LATEST COUP ATTEMPT

10) US HOUSE BARS ARMS FOR KIEV NEO-FASCISTS

11) DISMANTLE GUATEMALA’S CRIMINAL POLITICAL STRUCTURE

12) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

JUNE 16-30

1) “RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS CAN BEST BE DESCRIBED AS CULTURAL GENOCIDE”

2) “WE WANT TRANSFORMATIVE CHANGE”, SAYS AFN CHIEF BELLEGARDE

3) “THIS WAS NOT JUST A CRIME – IT WAS GENOCIDE”

4) METIS NATIONAL COUNCIL “DISAPPOINTED” BY TRC REPORT

5) PM REJECTS TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION - Editorial

6) BROAD UNITY CAN FORCE C-51 REPEAL - Editorial

7) CAUTIOUS OPTIMISM, BUT A MASS MOVEMENT FOR DISARMAMENT IS NEEDED

8) 80TH ANNIVERSARY OF A LABOUR STRUGGLE THAT CHANGED CANADIAN HISTORY

9) CLC NOT IMPRESSED BY MAY UNEMPLOYMENT NUMBERS

10) FREEDOM FLOTILLA III: THE SHIP TO GAZA SAILS AGAIN

11) SECRET TISA PACT TO ROB FROM THE POOR, AND GIVE TO GLOBAL TRANSPORT FIRMS

12) TTIP: NOW IT GETS POLITICAL

 

 

JUNE 1-15

1) ONTARIO LIBERALS SCHEME TO PRIVATIZE HYDRO ONE

2 )QUEBEC: THE PKP- PHENOMENON

3) STRIKING ONTARIO TEACHERS ORDERED BACK TO WORK

 4) DELIVER A NEEDS-BASED FUNDING FORMULA FOR QUALITY PUBLIC EDUCATION

5) CORONER RULES SAWMILL DEATHS “ACCIDENTAL”

6) WHOPPER OF THE MONTH AWARD - Editorial

7) APARTHEID IS THE REAL HATE CRIME - Editorial

8) CONSERVATIVES PUSHING TO CRIMINALIZE ISRAELI BOYCOTT CAMPAIGN

9) IRAN: NUCLEAR “DEAL” A TIMID, IMPERFECT STEP IN A BETTER DIRECTION

10) CANADIAN TROOPS HAVE NO PLACE IN UKRAINE CONFLICT

11) FIGHTING CHEVRON IN WASHINGTON, DC

12) REAL, EXISTING CAPITALISM AND THE CHALLENGE FOR AN ALTERNATIVE

13) MUSIC NOTES

 

 

May 16-31

1) CRITICS SLAM 2015 CONSERVATIVE FEDERAL BUDGET

2) CHALLENGES FACE NEW NDP MAJORITY IN ALBERTA

3) TORONTO’S CAMPAIGN FOR PUBLIC EDUCATION FIGHTS BACK

4) NEW ONTARIO TORY LEADER FUELS CAMPAIGN OF IGNORANCE

5) VICTORIA ACTIVISTS REJECT MLA INTIMIDATION TACTICS

6) VICTORY FOR OMAR KHADR! - Editorial

7) A GLIMPSE INTO OFFICIAL RACISM - Editorial

8) QUEBEC UNION BACKS BDS CAMPAIGN

9) “BRIGADISTAS” RETURN HOME FROM CUBA

10) MAY DAY 2015: CELEBRATIONS AND STRUGGLES ACROSS THE WORLD

11) 70th ANNIVERSARY OF THE VICTORY OVER NAZI-FASCISM

12) WHAT’S REALLY BEHIND THE WAR AGAINST ISIS?

13) BANDUNG AT 60

 

May 1-15

1) MAY DAY 2015: SOLIDARITY AND STRUGGLE AGAINST AUSTERITY

2) DURHAM TEACHERS STRIKE AGAINST WAGE FREEZE AND EDUCATION CUTS

3) VANCOUVER DOCK FIRE AND FUEL SPILL RAISE ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS

4) ANTI-POVERTY SUMMIT CONCLUDES WITHOUT CALL TO ACTION

5) 70th ANNIVERSARY OF ANTI-FASCIST VICTORY - Editorial

6) MAY DAY - THEN AND NOW - Editorial

7) NO FOREGONE CONCLUSION IN MAY 5 ALBERTA ELECTION

8) CUPE MOUNTS CAMPAIGN TO BLOCK HYDRO ONE SELLOFF

9) RITZ HANDS WHEAT BOARD TO FOREIGN INVESTORS

10) “DO YOU WANT FRIES WITH THOSE POVERTY WAGES?”

11) AUUC SPEAKS OUT AGAINST TSO CENSORSHIP

12) MUSIC NOTES, By Wally Brooker

 

April 16-30

1) QUEBEC ANTI-AUSTERITY BATTLE HEATING UP

2) AN HISTORIC WIN AT YORK UNIVERSITY

3) COMMUNISTS ENTER ALBERTA ELECTION

4) CAMPAIGN TO STOP C-51 CONTINUES

5) HANDS OFF VENEZUELA, PRESIDENT OBAMA - Editorial

6) CSIS MUST BE DISMANTLED - Editorial

7) THE UNION-PEARSON EXPRESS: PUBLIC TRANSIT FOR THE RICH?

8) CLC WARNS C-51 THREATENS FREEDOMS

9) THERE IS STILL NO ALTERNATIVE: SCRAP BILL C-51

10) NO TO THE EXPANDED CANADIAN MILITARY MISSION IN IRAQ AND SYRIA

11) YEMEN: ECHOES OF 1930s AGGRESSION

12) CAPITALISM, ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS, AND SOCIALISM

13) MULCAIR ENDORSES ANTI-COMMUNIST MONUMENT

 

 

April 1-15

1) COMMUNISTS STEIP UPCAMPAIGN AGAINST C-51

2) “PRECARIOUS AND POOR” ON STRIKE AT U OF T AND YORK U

3) QUEBEC JOINT DECLARION AGAINST C-51

4) NO TO EXPANDED IRAQ WAR - Editorial

5) CSN DEFENDS CIVIL LIBERTIES - Editorial

6) UNIVERSAL PHARMACARE COULD SAVE BILLIONS

7) THE TIME TO BUILD A UNITED AND MILITANT STUDENT MOVEMENT IS NOW!

8) QUEBEC STUDENTS STRIKE AGAIN

9) ST. CATHARINES "JE SUIS MOI" PANEL ON ISLAMOPHOBIA

10) “VENEZUELA IS NOT A THREAT”

11) CLIMATE CHANGE DISASTER NEEDS SOCIALIST RESPONSE

12) BC’S INCOME REPORT HAMSTER WHEEL

13) IMPERIALISM’S TRUSTED GOVERNESS

 

March 18-31

1) ALL OUT FOR ANTI-C51 RALLIES

2) WHAT WILL IT TAKE TO STOP BILL C-51?

3) LAW PROFESSORS URGE MPs TO VOTE AGAINST C’-51

4) BILL C-51: THE ANTI-FIRST NATION, ENVIRONMENTALIST, SCIENTIST AND BIRD-WATCHER ACT

5) RACIST TO THE ROTTEN CORE - Editorial

6) NO TO U.S. THREATS IN LATIN AMERICA - Editorial

7) “WE WILL NOT BE SILENCED”

8) VOTE “YES” IN TRANSPORTATION AND TRANSIT REFERENDUM

9) INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY OPEN LETTER

10) SENATE DECISION EXPOSES TRANSGENDER PEOPLE TO THREATS AND VIOLENCE

11) LABOUR NEEDS A STRATEGY OF MASS STRUGGLE TO DEFEAT FREE TRADE DEALS

12) COMMUNIST PARTY EXTENDS SOLIDARITY TO MADURO GOVERNMENT IN VENEZUELA

13) PROTEST HITS NEW DEAL WITH EURO-TROIKA

14) NEW ATTEMPT TO BAN COMMUNIST IDEAS IN UKRAINE

 

March 1-15

1) EMPOWERING WOMEN, EMPOWERING HUMANITY: PICTURE IT!

2) LABOUR GEARS UP FOR A FIGHT IN QUEBEC

3) BRANPTONIANS REJECT AUSTERITY IN HEALTH SECTOR

 4) BC BUDGET 2015: GOVERNMENT OF THE RICH, BY THE RICH, FOR THE RICH

5) RE-WRITING HISTORY OF WW2 - Editorial

6) VICTORY OVER TRANSIT PROFILING - Editorial

7) COLD-WAR THROWBACK CONTINUES TO GATHER PUBLIC CRITICISM

8) BILL C-51 MOVES US ONE STEP CLOSER TO THE END OF PRIVACY

9) WHAT’S HAPPENING TO CANADA?

10) THOUSANDS TAKE PART IN WOMEN’S MEMORIAL MARCHES

11) FACTS AND FIGURES: WOMEN’S ECONOMIC STATUS

12) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

13) PEOPLE’S VOICE FUND APPEAL: WE WILL NOT BE SILENCED!

 

 

February 16-28

1) TELL PARLIAMENT – DEFEAT POLICE STATE BILL C-51

2) DEFEAT THE LIBERALS’ “CREATE A CRISIS” ATTACK ON EDUCATION

3) COMMUNIST PARTY LAUNCHES FEDERAL ELECTION PLANS

4) “EVERY CITIZEN HAS THE RIGHT TO VOTE" - Editorial

5) THE CANADA-ISRAEL MOU AND BILL C51 - Editorial

6) “FIGHT FOR 15" STARTS IN B.C.

7) SFL WELCOMES SUPREME COURT RULING

8) NOT ONE MORE DIME FOR UNION-BUSTING TRUE NORTH

9) PARTNERS IN APARTHEID: BOYCOTT INDIGO BOOKS AND MUSIC

10) HSBC HELPS WIDEN WEALTH GAP

11) CONFLICT CONTINUES IN CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC

12) NO TO McCARTHYIST CENSORSHIP IN FRENCH UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES

13) THE UNSUNG MUSLIM HEROES OF THE GHADAR MOVEMENT

14) WHEN UKRAINIANS CHOOSE NOT TO DIE IN A WAR

15) LAUGHING ALL THE WAY TO THE BANK

 

February 1-14

1) ON THE EXPANDING “WAR ON TERROR”

2) LIBERAL GOVERNMENT ATTACKS TDSB, ORDERS SCHOOL CLOSURES

3) POLITICAL FOCUS OF B.C. LABOUR – THE MAIN ISSUE

4) END THE RACIST EXCLUSION: ABORIGINAL PEOPLE ARE WORKERS

5) BDS VICTORY STORY: NAOT CLOSES SHOE STORE ON  ST. DENIS STREET

6) FEBRUARY 14: REMEMBER AND MOBILIZE - Editorial

7) ECONOMIC CRISIS AND GRAND LARCENY - Editorial

8) COLLECTIVE PUNISHMENT - AS CANADIAN AS MAPLE SYRUP?

9) GREEK COMMUNISTS RESPOND TO ELECTION RESULTS

10) RAUL CASTRO SPEAKS TO CUBA’S NATIONAL ASSEMBLY

11) OXFAM WARNS OF “EXPLOSION IN GLOBAL INEQUALITY”

12) TUDEH PARTY CONDEMNS IMPERIALISM AND :”CHARLIE HEBDO” TERROR

13) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

January 1-31

1)AFTER THE PARIS ATTACKS: FAR RIGHT ON THE RISE

2) WE ARE NOT CHARLIE HEBDO – Editorial

3) THE RICH GET RICHER – AGAIN - Editorial

4) DENTIST MISOGYNY AT DALHOUSIE

5) BC FEDERATION ELECTS NEW LEADERSHIP

6) COMMUNIST PARTIES HOLD 16TH ANNUAL MEETING IN ECUADOR

7) A WIN-WIN AGREEMENT FOR THE PEOPLES OF CUBA, THE UNITED STATES, AND ALL OF THIS HEMISPHERE!

8) THE ETERNAL REBEL: THE CAMPAIGN TO GET MEWA SINGH RECOGNIZED AS A CANADIAN HERO

9) AFGHANISTAN WAR IS FAR FROM OVER

10) ONTARIO JUDGES DECLARE THAT "HOUSING IS NOT A HUMAN RIGHT"

11) THE INTERVIEW: CHEAP CULTURAL STEREOTYPES

12) MUSIC NOTES

13) ONTARIO COMMUNISTS LAUNCH RECRUITING DRIVE

 

2014

December 1-31

1) 3,000 PROTEST PRIVATIZATION, EXTRA BILLING, HOSPITAL CLOSURES

2) LEFT FACES NEW CHALLENGES AFTER VANCOUVER ELECTION

3) HISTORIIC VOTE FOR PUBLIC EDUCATION CANDIDATES

4) DIVIDED ONTARIO LABOUR IN NEED OF A REVOLT

5) UNITE AGAINST HARPER'S POLITICS OF FEAR

6) SUPREME COURT TO HEAR APPEAL IN DANIELS CASE

7) SLAPPING DOWN PROTESTS - Editorial

8) REMEMBER AND RESIST - Editorial

9) TRANSFORMING CANADA THROUGH "HARPERISM"

10) CANADA VOTES AGAINST COMBATTING GLORIFICATION OF NAZISM

11) MORE OBFUSCATION IN LATEST U.N. REPORT ON UKRAINE

12) AFRICA CALLED, CUBA ANSWERED: CNC CAMPAIGN

13) WHERE THE MONEY LEADS IN U.S. POLITICS

14) MUSIC NOTES

 

November 16-30

1) MASS PROTESTS RENEWED IN QUEBEC

2) DIFFERENT TRENDS IN ONTARIO CIVIC ELECTIONS

3) B.C. – CAPITALISM STILL NOT WORKING

 4) DEFEND CIVIL LIBERTIES AND DEMOCRATIC FREEDOMS

5) WORKING PEOPLE LOSING TRUST IN MANITOBA NDP

6) SLIGHT SHIFT TO LEFT IN WINNIPEG ELECTION

7) TO ACHIEVE CLIMATE JUSTICE, PHASE OUT CAPITALISM - Editorial

8) NO CAUSE FOR CELEBRATION - Editorial

9) B.C. TAX DOLLARS FLOW TO BIG OIL

10) CBA BACKS AWAY FROM CHEVRON CORP.

11) THE WORLD DENOUNCES ILLEGAL U.S. BLOCKADE

12) ATTACKS ON YOUNG COMMUNISTS - GROWING FASCIST THREAT

13) "THE JIHADIS RETURN": CANADA'S NEW WAR IN CONTEXT

14) THE OCTOBER REVOLUTION WAS PART OF A PROCESS

15) INDIGENOUS PEOPLES' DAY: AN IMPORTANT SYMBOLIC CHANGE

 

 

November 1-15

1) UNIFOR GOOD JOBS SUMMIT: TRIPARTISM ON DISPLAY

2) GREETINGS TO HOSPITAL EMPLOYEES UNION

3) WORKERS UNITED STRIKES IN GUELPH AGAINST TWO-TIER SYSTEM

4) DOWN TO THE WIRE IN VANCOUVER ELECTION

5) THE PLAGUE OF IMPERIALISM – Editorial

6) "NO PASARAN" IN UKRAINE! – Editorial

7) PEACE MOVEMENTS CALL FOR ANTI-WAR PROTESTS

8) CANADA OUT OF NATO

9) BJP GOVERNMENT MISDEEDS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS

10) ANGER IN MEXICO AT ATTACKS ON TEACHER STUDENTS

11) SHADY ACTION BEHIND HONG KONG PROTESTS

12) EBOLA VIRUS DEATHS FACILITATED BY IMPERIALISM

13) A SAVIOUR CALLED JYOTI BASU

14) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

October 16-31

1) “SAVE CANADA POST” CAMPAIGN IN HIGH GEAR

2) ONTARIO VOTES OCTOBER 27

3) HOUSING KEY ISSUE IN VANCOUVER CAMPAIGN

4) LABOUR ACTIVIST IN RACE FOR KAMLOOPS CITY COUNCIL

5) NOVA SCOTIA'S BILL 1: A VICIOUS ATTACK ON WORKERS' RIGHTS

6) THE NEWEST IRAQ WAR - Editorial

7) WFTU HOLDS GLOBAL ACTION DAY - Editorial

8) "SIXTEEN YEARS IS TOO LONG - NOT ONE MINUTE LONGER!"

9) ERITREA: "THE CUBA OF AFRICA"

10) BEWARE! INDIA'S NEW REGIME CARRIES DEADLY VIRUS

11) ENGINEERS REPORT ON MALAYSIAN AIRLINES DOWNING

12) REMEMBERING THE ANTI-FASCIST, SOCIALIST GDR

 

October 1-15

1) THE CONTINUING TRAGEDY OF ONTARIO STEEL

2) BLOCK THE CETA DEAL

3) WITHDRAW  BILL 3 ATTACK ON QUEBEC MUNICIPAL PENSIONS

4) CHANGING SCENARIOS IN VANCOUVER CIVIC RACE

5) SALUTE TO B.C. TEACHERS: THE FIGHT TO DEFEND PUBLIC EDUCATION CONTINUES

6) C-377 BACK FROM THE GRAVE – Editorial

7) THE CETA FIGHT IS FAR FROM OVER – Editorial

8) PARTY BUILDING, MASS ACTION TOPICS AT MONTREAL EVENT

9) THE CONTINUING ATTACK ON DEMOCRATIC AND CIVIL RIGHTS MUST BE REVERSED

10) UKRAINE MOVES TO AN EARLY ELECTION

11) CANADA OUT OF IRAQ: NO NEW IMPERIALIST INTERVENTION

12) FOUR MYTHS ABOUT OBAMA'S WAR ON ISLAMIC STATE

13) MUSIC NOTES

 

September 16-30

1) LABOUR MUST LEAD ESCALATING FIGHTBACK IN SOLIDARITY WITH  BC TEACHERS

2) BCTF CALLS FOR BINDING ARBITRATION

3)HARPER VS. WOMEN

4) PUBLIC EDUCATION PROJECT CANDIDATES IN VANCOUVER

5) LEGAL CHALLENGE AGAINST MEDICARE DELAYED SIX MONTHS

6) IT'S ABOUT RESPECT, NOT DOLLARS – Editorial

7) UNITED TO DEFEND PUBLIC SERVICES – Editorial

8) JONQUIERE WALMART RULING: VICTORY FOR WORKERS' RIGHT TO ORGANIZE

9) SOCIAL FORUM MARKS NEW STAGE FOR MOVEMENTS

10) PEOPLE'S SOCIAL FORUM ISSUES "CALL TO ACTION"

11) MADURO ANNOUNCES "FIVE BIG REVOLUTIONS" IN VENEZUELA

12) SCOTLAND'S REFERENDUM: THE COMMUNIST VIEW

13) A STUDY OF ENERGY, ART AND HUMAN SOCIETY

 

September 1-15

1) LABOUR DAY 2014: A NEW MOOD TO RESIST

2) CITIZENS IN GUELPH FIGHT THE AUSTERITY AGENDA

3) ANTI-WOMEN AGENDA OF HARPER TORIES SEEN AT U.N.

4) ONTARIO TEACHERS AND EDUCATION WORKERS FACE TOUGH BARGAINING

5) KAMLOOPS LABOUR ACTIVIST JOINS CIVIC RACE

6) SONA CASE JUST SCRATCHES SURFACE - Editorial

7) TAKING MEDICARE TO COURT - Editorial

8) GTA RAIDS TARGET IMMIGRANT WORKERS

9) COUNCIL OF CANADIANS SAYS CETA WILL NOT SURVIVE PUBLIC SCRUTINY

10) PROMINENT JOURNALIST REVEALS PRESSURE TO SUPPORT INDIA'S PM MODI

11) THE PROFITS BEHIND DRONE WARFARE

12) COLOMBIA RESUMES PERSECUTION OF LILIANY OBANDO

13) COMMEMORATE BHAAG SINGH'S MARTYRDOM IN A REAL SENSE

14) HASHTAG GENOCIDE: WHY GAZA FIGHTS BACK

15) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

August 1-31

1) STOP ISRAEL’S MASSACRE OF THE PALESTINIAN PEOPLE!

2) OFL PRESIDENT SLAMS HARPER’S POLICY ON GAZA

3) ONTARIO VOTERS REJECT TORY AUSTERITY AND JOB CUTS

4) TFWP "REFORMS" LEAVE CHEAP LABOUR STRATEGY INTACT

5) THE FIRST CASUALTY OF WAR - Editorial

6) REVENUE CUTS CAUSE DEFICITS - Editorial

7) FIRST NATIONS LEADERS CALL FOR INQUIRY AND ACTION

8) KAPLAN LAUNCHES CAMPAIGN FOR RE-ELECTION TO TDSB

9) YOUNG COMMUNISTS HOLD SUCCESSFUL 26th CONVENTION

10) WEST RE-OPENS OLD SORES IN UKRAINE

11) WORLD PEACE COUNCIL CALLS GLOBAL DAY OF PROTEST AGAINST NATO

12) IS ISRAEL PLANNING GAZA'S "FINAL SOLUTION"?

13) MUSIC NOTES, By Wally Brooker

 

 

July 1-31

1) THE STRUGGLE AGAINST NORTHERN GATEWAY CONTINUES

2) C-24 EXPANDS TORY ATTACK ON HUMAN RIGHTS

3) CELEBRATE THE SUMMER OF PRIDE

4) SAFER SCHOOLS COALITION WINS MAJOR VICTORY

5) BRIEF HISTORY OF THE KOMAGATA MARU EPISODE

6) NEWS FOR PROFITS, NOT PEOPLE - Editorial

7) C-24 FIGHT NOT OVER YET - Editorial

8) COMMUNIST PARTY OF CANADA CONDEMNS BILL C-36

9) THOUSANDS EXPECTED AT PEOPLES' SOCIAL FORUM

10) THE HUMAN COST OF THE FIFA WORLD CUP

11) A WHIRLWIND TRIP TO CHIAPAS

12) FRENCH RAIL WORKERS ON THE FRONTLINE AGAINST PRIVATIZATION

13) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

 

June 16-30

1) STOP KIEV’S BLOODY OFFENSIVE AGAINST CIVILIANS!

2) HARPER SHOULD APOLOGIZE TO THE PEOPLE OF CANADA

3) DRAMATIC CONTRADICTIONS: 2014 REPORT OF UN SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR

4) CHILLING CRITICS INTO SILENCE – Editorial

5) FIGURES DON'T LIE, BUT.... – Editorial

6) QUEBEC BUDGET SLAMMED BY LABOUR, LEFT, INDIGENOUS GROUPS

7) POLITICAL STORM OVER VANCOUVER LGBTQ+ POLICY UPDATE

8) COMPLETE SOLIDARITY WITH B.C. TEACHERS

9) OTTAWA STATEMENT ON MASS SURVEILLANCE IN CANADA

10) A CANADIAN OBSERVER IN EL SALVADOR

11) THE UKRAINE CRISIS AND THE NEW COLD WAR

12) BOOT-LICKING JOURNALISM

13) CAPTAIN AMERICA FIGHTS AT HOME

 

June 1-15

1) MINORITY GOVERNMENT THE BEST OUTCOME FOR ONTARIO

2) BC LIBERALS CREATE ANOTHER EDUCATION CRISIS

3) FULL SOLIDARITY WITH B.C. TEACHERS

4) NEW PRESSURES FOR MURDERED AND MISSING WOMEN INQUIRY

5) DEMAND FULL INQUIRY INTO MURDERED AND MISSING WOMEN

6) THE SPECTRE OF FASCISM – Editorial

7) OMINOUS RESULTS IN EURO-ELECTIONS – Editorial

8) LITTLE HAS CHANGED SINCE KOMAGATA MARU, SAY ADVOCATES

9) NATO ACTIONS IN UKRAINE RISK NEW COLD WAR

10) MUSIC NOTES, by Wally Brooker

11) U.S. POLICY ON UKRAINE: FOLLOW THE MONEY

12) KIDNAPPED GIRLS BECOME TOOLS OF US IMPERIAL POLICY