Protest - Revolt

Robert Booth
Extinction Rebellion protesters in London in October. The group is calling for 100,000 people to surround parliament on 21 April. Photograph: Isabel Infantes/AFP/Getty Images

Jan. 1, 2023

Climate protest group says temporary shift will ‘prioritise relationships over roadblocks’

The climate protest group Extinction Rebellion is shifting tactics from disruptions such as smashing windows and glueing themselves to public places in 2023, it has announced.

Bryan Palmer
inm rally

January 3, 2023

On January 13, Bryan D. Palmer, one of Canada’s most celebrated labour historians, will be giving the inaugural lecture at the opening of the Leo Panitch School for Socialist Education. In this essay, Palmer introduces the themes he will be elaborating in his talk.

Gerard Dalbon
DSA and the War in Ukraine: Toward a Mass Socialist Anti-War Movement

Dec. 9. 2022

A DSA International Committee organizer talks about DSA’s response to the war in Ukraine, the need for socialist anti-war organizing, and his perspective on the conflict as an Eastern European.

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H.G. Watson
Stop criminalizing poverty

Website editor: This article makes some very good points about 'free transit' campaigns and more.

Dec. 19, 2022

Ottawa’s light-rail transit system has made headlines in the last years – but not for any good reasons. Trains don’t work in the cold. Technical problems cause frequent delays, and a derailment once led to all the trains being taken out of service for weeks. On top of this, Ottawa’s city council voted to increase fares.

Amanda Follett Hosgood
Many of those who fought the historic Deglamuukw-Gisday’wa gathered in the Wet’suwet’en community of Witset on Friday to celebrate. ‘We’ve got to get back to the original vision of our Chiefs and leaders and people who brought us there,’ says Wet’suwet’en Dinize Satsan, Herb George. Photo by Olivia Leigh Nowak.

Dec. 11, 2022

The Delgamuukw-Gisday’wa case had impact around the world. What has it done for the nations who fought it?

It was sometime after midnight on a winter night in 1988 that Simogyet (Chief) Neekt took his farm tractor and dragged a log across the Kispiox Valley Road.

Moira Wyton
Claudia Zamorano, her husband and daughter face deportation on Dec. 19 after their refugee claim was denied. Photo supplied.

Nov. 11, 2022

B.C. Health Minister Adrian Dix is calling on Ottawa to stop the impending deportation of a New Westminster health-care worker and her family to Mexico.

Hospital housekeeper Claudia Zamorano, her husband, nine-year-old daughter, and her husband’s mother and brother fled from threats of violence in their home city of Colima in 2017, but their refugee claim has been denied.

Zamorano works full time at Royal Columbian Hospital and her husband, Andres, is a carpenter.


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