An interview with John K. Samson and Candace Savage
Yutaka Dirks interviews our creative writing contest judges.
Assessing Canada’s foreign worker program from the Philippines
Most of what Canadians read and hear about the temporary foreign worker program (TFWP) originates in Canada and comes from politicians, employers, and professional commentators. Alex Felipe offers a view from the Philippines and calls for a new internationalism.
Letter from the editor
Organizing ultimately comes down to building relationships.
Mobilizing against offshore extraction
The Inuit community of Clyde River on Baffin Island is fighting to stop offshore seismic testing.
As anti-pipeline campaigns rise to the forefront of activist activity, do environmentalists need to re-evaluate their engagement with affected communities such as Toronto’s Jane-Finch neighbourhood?
What passes for progressive city politics today
Why have our cities become increasingly stratified places, where farmers’ markets flourish amid escalating inequality and skyrocketing housing costs?
The Maya-Mam people of northwestern Guatemala are struggling to protect the land and water.
Full-throttle neoliberalism in Toronto
Cuts to public services, rising housing costs, the corporatization of education, and police repression do not affect all people equally. Racialized communities like Toronto’s Regent Park bear the brunt of the neoliberal transformation of our cities.
Solidarity networks in Honduras
Five years after the 2009 coup d’état, journalists, writers, and political dissidents organize in the face of continued threats and attacks.
Bill C-36 and the right to organize
With the Conservative government set to pass new legislation affecting sex workers, a former sex worker says labour organizing, not criminalization, is what the industry needs.