The move is the latest repressive measure in order to push forward the construction of the Coastal GasLink oil pipeline and silence Indigenous opposition
The Frontier Project, once operational, would be the largest tar sands mine on the planet and has already provoked widespread rejection
The workers of Canadian National Railways are demanding higher salaries and safer working conditions. Fatigue among rail workers is mounting even as the management plans further lay-offs
For the past year, a group of Secwepemc Indigenous people have been camping in the pipeline’s path to protest the construction of the pipeline
According to the Ontario Health Coalition, the Ford government’s policies will see the complete restructuring of the health sector and massive cuts to the province’s health insurance plan and spending on mental health
The activists were arrested after the police forcibly evacuated the protest camp of the Indigenous communities against the laying of pipelines by Coastal GasLink
Community groups said that the deportation threatens the safety of Monica and Alexa due to the increasing neo-Nazi violence against Roma population in Hungary and across Europe.
The protests led by the Revolutionary Students Movement have presented a five-point charter of demands that envision an education system that is progressive, liberatory and revolutionary
In this episode, we talk to Augusto Montiel, Venezuelan Ambassador to India on the situation in Venezuela. Also, we take a look into the assassination of an NDF peace consultant allegedly by the armed forces of the Philippines.
The protest by the Women’s Coordinating Committee for a Free Wallmapu was among a series of demonstrations held during the meeting of the Lima Group, a platform of conservative Latin American governments, which sought to legitimize the coup attempt by Juan Guaido against Nicolas Maduro
The Revolutionary Student Movement in Ontario, Canada, is in the midst of organising a massive movement against recent fund cuts and neoliberal policies in education.
On January 17, the provincial government announced a USD 600-million cut in student grants and a USD 440 million cut in university and college funds