• Online-only

    COVID-19 is raging through Quebec prisons

    Prisoners report being locked in their cells 24 hours each day, with no running water and guards who refuse to wear PPE.

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    Collective action is essential

    From socially-distanced protests to virtual union drives, five vital signs of worker organizing during COVID-19

  • Announcement

    Land Back issue: Call for art & investigative reporting

    We’re looking for pitches from Indigenous artists and reporters for our special Land Back issue. Pitches are due June 1 for investigations, and July 1 for artwork.

  • Magazine

    Reviving Indigenous authorities in Guatemala

    In Guatemala, traditional Indigenous governments are battling municipalities and transnational corporations for control of their land

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  • Magazine

    Great Manitoba

    The massive fraud at The Pas is a modest entry in the annals of Canadian racial capitalism. In light of the town’s history of Cree and Métis political action, it could be said that a quarter-billion dollars were stolen out of the mouths of children, from over the heads of families, from people seeking meaningful work in the prime of life.

  • Sask Dispatch

    “A culture of perpetration”: what’s behind sexual violence in Saskatchewan

    Sexual Assault Services of Saskatchewan released an in-depth report on sexual violence in the province. The report has been three years in the making, and it provides insights into the nature and the cause of sexual violence in Saskatchewan.

  • Online-only

    TD Scholars ask TD to cut ties with Coastal GasLink pipeline

    In this open letter, 33 recipients of TD’s Scholarship for Community Leadership ask that TD withdraw its support for the pipeline, which violates Wet’suwet’en sovereignty

  • Online-only

    COVID-19 and the threat of “community policing”

    Across the country, governments are giving police heightened powers during the pandemic. But as I’ve seen in my home of Kitchener-Waterloo, when police embed themselves in poor and racialized communities, they may simply decide not to leave.

Current Issue

May/June 2020

In our May/June issue, Owen Toews writes about a northern Manitoba town's history of racial capitalism, protest, corruption, and murder. Jane Shi explains the importance of grassroots translation work in the movement for Wet'suwet'en sovereignty. Jeff Abbott investigates the ancestral Indigenous authorities battling municipalities and transnational corporations for control of their land in Guatemala. Plus, articles about the Democratic Socialists of America Canada; Toronto's Tamil working class; and a book review of A Planet To Win.

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