• Magazine

    Making a killing

    Palestinian workers in illegal Israeli settlements are calling for boycotts of Israeli goods – even though it may mean they lose their jobs

  • Magazine

    Start-up nation, apartheid state

    Israeli R&D companies and their Canadian collaborators that appear to work toward clean energy or life-saving medical technologies are part of an economic infrastructure that both extends the physical occupation of Palestine and normalizes the inevitability of the Israeli state.

  • Blog

    Who will commemorate the Nakba in Canada?

    Trudeau recently celebrated the birthday of Israel while remaining silent on the 700,000 Palestinians that were driven out of their homes. Why is the Canadian government so dead-set on ignoring Israel’s past and present human rights abuses?

  • Magazine

    Talking Back to the Citizenship Oath

    What is expected of people at the Canadian citizenship ceremony?

  • Magazine

    Bombardier in Israel

    Bombardier is contracted to supply trains for a high-speed rail line in Israel that will travel across the Green Line and through the occupied West Bank – a blatant violation of international law. While Palestinians are fighting against this newest iteration of dispossession, many Canadians are financing and profiting from Bombardier’s activities.

  • Magazine

    Freedom Is a Constant Struggle: Ferguson, Palestine, and the Foundations of a Movement

    Davis calls for this generation to fight for full substantive freedoms, so that future generations will not be left addressing the same issues.

  • Magazine

    Pinkwashing Settler Colonialism

    Settler colonial states like Israel and Canada use homonationalism to position gay-friendly narratives and legislation as the justification of occupation and oppression.

  • Magazine

    “The more they oppress, the less safe they feel”

    Bridging Palestine solidarity work with Indigenous struggles in Canada.

  • Magazine

    University of Regina set to endorse Israeli occupation?

    Hebrew University is a shocking choice for a collaboration in public safety management, say Palestinian students.

  • Magazine

    “An irresistible force”

    Before dawn one Sunday in June 2010, nearly 1,000 people converged on the Port of Oakland in northern California. Following a well-devised plan, they marched to the dockside gates of SSA Marine, one of the world’s largest shipping corporations, and awaited the arrival of the Israeli cargo ship Zim Shenzhen.