The Bloody History of Canadian ‘Peacekeeping’
Part one of a series examining the history of Canadian “peacekeepers.”
Who Benefits from Increased NORAD Spending?
“The weapons industry is no doubt going to benefit from pumping all this new money into upgrading NORAD."
The Forces Working to Undermine Abortion Rights in Canada
A key goal of Canadian anti-abortion groups is to nominate as many anti-abortion candidates as possible for seats in the House of Commons.
Minister Criticized for Offering ‘Thoughts and Prayers’ to Afghanistan Following Earthquake
The natural disaster comes at a time when the country is already grappling with an unprecedented hunger crisis.
Assange Extradition Highlights Hypocrisy of West’s ‘Free Press’ Ethos, Critics Say
Legal experts and public figures have warned it is highly unlikely that Assange will receive a fair trial, and that it is likely he could die in U.S. custody.
Hunger Is Built into Ontario’s Benefit Systems — and Food Costs Are Rising
“What used to barely get me through until the end of the month now barely gets me halfway through the month.”
Canadians Are Going Hungry While Corporate Profits Soar and War Rages on
“I get tired, because I know I'm not, at times, getting enough nutrients."
Preparing Communities for The Next ‘Freedom’ Convoy
"When we come together, and win public programs, and win collective solutions, that's when we do best.”
Data Confirms Systemic Racism in Toronto Policing
Race-based data released by the Toronto Police Service confirmed the already widely criticized existence of systemic racism inside the force.
Documents Raise More Concerns Than Answers About Armoured Vehicle Sales to Colombia
“There's no independent verification; there's no other process underway.”
Expect More of the Same During Doug Ford’s New Mandate — and Worse
“I think that we're going to see pretty much what we've seen the last four years, a lot of chaos … a lot of cronyism."
Conservative MPs Laugh at Statistic Showing One-in-Four Canadians Can’t Afford Groceries
Nearly one-quarter of Canadians have eaten less than they should since March 2020 because they couldn’t afford food.
Canada Is ‘Modernizing’ NORAD, and Weapons Manufacturers Are Lining up for Contracts
Weapons companies are currently enjoying ballooning profits on the back of geopolitical fears stoked following Vladimir Putin’s illegal invasion of Ukraine.
Month in Review: Canada’s Human Rights Hypocrisy
Why Dimitri Lascaris Isn’t Running Again for Green Party Leader
We spoke to Lascaris about why he decided not to run again for leader, and the hostile atmosphere towards dissent on Western foreign policy that contributed to his decision.