Letter from the editor
The actual work of social movement building is always disproportionately borne by women and queer people.
The Klabona Keepers are a small group of Tahltan families and Elders in northwestern B.C. who have been taking direct action to defend their traditional territories from mining and drilling projects since 2005.
Do we need a different metaphor than three big waves to appreciate feminism today?
Considering No Wave feminisms.
A planned megaproject that would dwarf the Panama Canal and split Nicaragua in two reveals much about both the Ortega regime and global capitalism today.
Abortion is a safe, legal, and common medical procedure, but in the Maritimes and in northern and rural communities across Canada, there are major barriers to access.
Quebec’s social movements are working to wed anti-austerity politics with climate justice.
The iCount High School on the Moricetown reserve in northern B.C. puts education back in the community, allowing youth to stay in the village instead of travelling to the school in Smithers.
In the battle between beekeepers and agrochemical lobbyists over the use of neonicotinoid insecticides, farmers and non-farmers are joining forces to stand up for the bees.
A new anthology of politically engaged science fiction calls readers to reshape the world.
Anyone seeking to understand capitalism’s evolving capacity to consolidate and extend its power must come to terms with the drug war.