Canada: Indigenous People Are Not Your Incompetent Children

By Alicia Elliott, The Globe and Mail -

This is a story of how one decision illustrates the centuries-long relationship between a country's government and the Indigenous people of that land. It is a story of a name change and the [...]

Pipeline Opposition Set To Pack Room For TransCanada Permit Hearing

By Anne Meador, -

The Maryland Department of the Environment will hold a hearing on December 19 in Hancock, Md. on TransCanada’s proposed Eastern Panhandle Expansion (also known as the Potomac Pipeline). The [...]

Yes, U.S. Net Neutrality Debacle Will Impact People In Canada.

By Steve Anderson, -

By Steve Anderson for National Observer - Web services from Canada and elsewhere will likely face the same "prioritization" fees or worse if they want to reach US users. So Canadian-based [...]

Behind The Mask Of The ‘Moderates’

By Chris Hedges, -

By Chris Hedges for Truth Dig - TORONTO—Pity Canada. Its citizens watch the stages of U.S. decline and then, a few years later, inflict on themselves the same cruelties. It is as if the snuffing [...]

Corporate Media Fails To Report Truth About Single Payer

By Michael Corcoran, -

By Michael Corcoran for FAIR. It is a sad reflection on the state of healthcare reporting in the United States that one can so easily predict how many media outlets will respond to a news event [...]

Deadly Lac-Mégantic Oil Train Disaster Was Avoidable Corporate Crime

By Justin Mikulka, -

By Justin Mikulka for Desmog - Damning new testimony from an engineer of the locomotive involved in the deadly 2013 oil train disaster in Lac-Mégantic, Canada, reveals several ways corporate [...]

Letter to the Editor Campaign: NAFTA IS NOT FOR US

By Daniel Cooper Bermudez, -

The Trump administration's NAFTA negotiation objectives show more clearly than ever that this agreement will not be made for us or by us. The thousands of comments submitted by the trade justice [...]

Is Canada Planning Extreme Military Escalation?

By Staff, -

By Staff of CUPW - Justin Trudeau certainly did not run on a military-strength platform. Nowhere on the campaign trail did Liberals talk about increasing military spending or using “hard power” [...]

Hunger Games And Hospitals: The Crisis Of Medical Crowdfunding

By Brittany Shannahan, -

By Brittany Shannahan for Health Care is a Human Right Maryland. As of the time of writing, a GoFundMe campaign to raise $300,000 for the medical expenses of Micah Fletcher has nearly reached its [...]

Stories Of Resistance And Resilience From The Pacific Islands To Canada

By Staff, -

By Staff of - The Canadian tar sands are one of the dirtiest sites of fossil fuel extraction in the world. Carbon emissions from the tar sands are one of the biggest drivers of climate [...]

Corporate Siege and Trade in the 2018 Elections

Daniel Cooper Bermudez for Popular Resistance -

Trade policy is amounting to be an increasinly contentious topic as the Trump administration has clearly showed its intentions to keep major TPP provisions in NAFTA. Corporations are working with [...]

Canada Strengthening Net Neutrality As US Moves To Weaken It

By Gerrit De Vynck, -

By Gerrit De Vynck for Bloomberg - Canada is strengthening regulations to protect the principle of net neutrality just as the U.S. is preparing to gut Obama-era internet rules. The Canadian [...]

The NAFTA Machine is in Motion

By Daniel Cooper Bermudez, -

By Daniel Cooper Bermudez for Popular Resistance. This month, the Trump adminsitration sent out an eight-page draft letter to the Senate Finance and House Ways & Means committees outlining the [...]

Canadian Police Surveilling Journalists

By Staff, -

By Staff for CBC News - The head of the Quebec provincial police revealed Monday that its officers had a seventh journalist under surveillance — Nicolas Saillant of the Journal de Québec. Sûreté [...]

Canadians Say: Reject TPP, Transform Trade

By Meghan Sali, -

By Meghan Sali for Open Media - Report crowdsourced from nearly 28,000 people finds that Canadians want to withdraw from the TPP, and ensure real transparency and engagement for future trade [...]