The full weight of the Canadian state is coming down on the Indigenous people of the Wet’suwet’en Nation, where a gas pipeline is being constructed on unceded territory.
A line has been drawn in the sand. 760 workers of Unifor Local 594 and Unifor president Jerry Dias are defying antiunion laws. This is a decisive turning point for the class struggle in Canada.
On the morning of October 22, Max, a comrade of Fightback (the IMT in Canada) was arrested by plainclothes police.
The following interview of a General Motors union worker was conducted by our sister paper in Canada, Fightback.
Solidarity appeal from the Fightback comrades in Canada, in support of striking CUPW members who face anti-union attacks from the Trudeau government.
The Quebec election on Monday, October 1 follows in the general trend of political instability and polarization to the left and to the right seen all over the world.
Capitalist monopolies always spell disaster for workers’ interests—telecommunications is no different. Notching recent wins against the free flow of information, these predatory companies are out to consolidate power.
On Wednesday December 9th, over 400,000 public sector workers organized in the Common Front staged a massive 24-hour strike. Jacques Letourneau, the president of the CSN called this the biggest public sector strike since the […]
This past week in Quebec has seen a large demonstration of force by the working class in the province.
Although we cannot predict exactly when events are going to happen, it is looking fairly certain that the relative calm of the past few years will not continue. In the relative short term, the instability […]
On March 21, thousands of students took to the streets of Montreal to protest austerity. The demonstration was part of the “Spring 2015” anti-austerity movement, organized by various student associations.