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Montreal Simon: The Heroic Vote of the Long Suffering Greek People

For years they have had to endure the pain of austerity. Look on helplessly as their jobs disappeared, and their pensions shrank.But still the cruel and greedy banksters wanted to impose even more austerity upon them. And humiliate them further for daring to elect a left-wing government.But today the Greek people finally rose . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: The Heroic Vote of the Long Suffering Greek People

The Canadian Progressive: New student coalition vows to block tar sands pipelines at Quebec border

A new student coalition promises to block Transcanada’s Energy East and Enbridge’s line 9B tar sands pipeline projects “at Quebec border.”

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Dead Wild Roses: DWR PSA – Zinn on Social Power

Filed under: Politics Tagged: DWR PSA, Howard Zinn, People Power, Unions

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Dead Wild Roses: Quebec Protesters – Doing Canada Proud

Democracy in Action – Look and Learn my sleeping obedient country.

The protests in Quebec are an example to the rest of Canada to what an active citizenry is like and how people can affect change in the political spectrum. At the time of this writing, 39 days of protest are on record. . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: Quebec Protesters – Doing Canada Proud

Canadian Progressive World: On Wednesday in Ottawa, Occupy This!

I just received an invite from an activist friend to attend the Ottawa launch of Judy Rebick new book on the Occupy movement and solidarity-building, Occupy This! The book excites the activist in me already, even before I’ve read it. … Continue reading →