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  • Announcement

    Call for submissions for a special issue: Land Back

    We’re inviting pitches for a special themed issue on the topic of Indigenous peoples reclaiming land. Pitches are due on May 4, 2020.

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    Seven key learnings from the MMIWG legal analysis on genocide

    In June, the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) concluded that Canada had committed genocide against Indigenous peoples. Algonquin Anishinaabe scholar Lynn Gehl summarizes her key learnings from the report’s legal analysis of genocide.

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    Teck is dead. What’s next?

    Activists are calling the current moment of Indigenous land defense a “paradigm shift.” But does it signal a death knell for Canada’s oil and gas industry?

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    IWW members are transforming Montreal’s community sector

    Since a team of workers took over the STTIC’s executive board a year ago, they’ve been making the union more democratic and militant, following the model of the Industrial Workers of the World.

Current Issue

March/April 2020

In our March/April issue, Todd Gordon and Geoffrey McCormack chart Canada's path toward another economic crisis – one that may well be deeper than 2008. Plus, articles about the new group helping rich kids redistribute their wealth to social movements; "migration diplomacy" and the global erosion of free movement; the anti-colonial, anti-oppressive roots of Sikhi; how immigrant settlers can cultivate an ethical relationship with the land; and winners and runners-up of our ninth annual Writing in the Margins contest.

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