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          May 012022
           
          Photo of fist with text: 1er Mai 2022

          Le premier mai 2022 marque une année de “reprise corporative“ de la crise économique concomitante à la COVID. Une crise qui a fait souffrir beaucoup de travailleur-euses, au nada comme ailleurs. Une année également marquée par une eslade militaire qui mène directement à la guerre en Ukraine et menace de d’embraser toute l’Europe. 2022 est aussi une année où il y a eu un renouement au niveau de l’organisation et du militantisme au sein de la classe ouvrière et des personnes opprimées. Cette reprise de vigueur de la lutte des classes donne espoir pour renverser la vague d’austérité, de guerre, de néolibéralisme et, en définitive, le pitalisme.

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          May 012022
           
          Picture of fist with text: May Day 2022 -workers n turn the tide with unity, solidarity & struggle!

          May Day 2022 marks a year of “corporate recovery” from the COVID-related economic crisis which hammered workers in nada and around the world. It marks a year in which eslating militarism and aggression erupted into a war in Ukraine which threatens to expand into a greater war in Europe. It also marks a year of renewed organizing and militancy by workers and oppressed people, signalling that an uptick in the class struggle through which working people n turn the tide against austerity, war, neoliberalism and ultimately pitalism.

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          Apr 092022
           
          Fighter jets and Chrystia Freeland with text: A budget for war

          The 2022 federal budget is a product of the Liberal-NDP pact that promised to deliver pharmare, dentire, affordable housing, and action on climate change, but in fact has delivered very little of these urgent policy commitments -urgent that is to working people across nada.

          But this budget certainly delivers for Big Business and the military, with new subsidies and tax breaks for the oil and gas sector, a $9 billion cut to spending including a $6 billion cut to program spending over 5 years, and deficit reduction plans that hinge on a “booming” economy to eliminate the $113.8 billion deficit by 2026.

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          Mar 242022
           

          The Liberal-NDP Pact announced this week contains a lot of promises that working people have been waiting for, for a long time. The Romanow Commission proposed more than 20 years ago and to wide acclaim, to expand universal Medire to include pharmare, dental re, vision, and long-term re.

          The Liberal’s own Dr. Eric Hoskins proposed a universal, single-payer pharmare system in 2019.

          These were good ideas then, and they’re good ideas now. But regrettably for working people and for public health, that’s not what’s on the table.

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          Mar 082022
           
          Drawing of fists with red flag reading: International Women's Day

          International Women’s Day, 2022

          The continuing struggle for women’s and gender equality, peace and socialism

          March 8, 2022 marks two years of a pandemic and economic crisis that has seen women losing ground in the struggle for social equality. Women in nada have lost jobs at a higher rate than men, have lost hours of work, have lost wages and wage increases and have lost future pension income beuse of those reduced incomes. They have lost their childre providers and the schools for their children and have often been required to bear these responsibilities in addition to their work – if they still have work. 

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          Mar 082022
           
          Graphic with text: L'avenir est féministe. Journé internationale des femmes 2022.

          Le 8 mars 2022 marque deux ans depuis le début d’une pandémie et d’une crise économique qui ont fait perdre du terrain aux femmes dans la lutte pour l’égalité sociale. Au nada, elles ont perdu leur emploi à un rythme plus élevé que les hommes, ont vu leurs heures de travail réduites, connu des pertes de salaires induisant ainsi la réduction de leurs pensions de retraite potentielles. La fermeture des services de garde et des écoles pour leurs enfants les ont forcées à assumer ces responsabilités en plus de leur travail – si elles travaillent encore.

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          Mar 012022
           

          Pour le rapatriement des soldats, contre la vente d’armes et d’équipements militaires du nada et de l’OTAN vers l’Ukraine

          Pour une résolution politique et pacifique

          L’intervention militaire des forces russes en Ukraine a sérieusement augmenté les tensions dans la région, a travers l’Europe, et à l’international Elle a également accru le danger d’une confrontation entre lesdites “grande puissances”, voire même d’une guerre nucléaire. Cette action militaire doit prendre fin le plus vite possible et avec le minimum de pertes humaines, particulièrement au sein de la population civile. Une négociation politique pour mettre fin à cette crise est essentielle.

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          Feb 252022
           
          Image of wreckage from bomb with text: "No to war in Europe. Repatriate nadian and NATO troops, arms and military equipment. Negotiate a Peaceful Solution."

          Repatriate nadian and NATO Troops, Arms, and Military Equipment

          Negotiate a Peaceful Politil Solution

          The military incursion of Russian forces into Ukraine has seriously ratcheted up tensions in the region, across Europe and internationally, and increased the danger of ‘great power’ confrontation and even nuclear war. This military action must end as quickly as possible, and with minimum loss of lives, especially among the civilian population, and a negotiated politil settlement to the crisis must be sought and secured.

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          Feb 152022
           
          Riot police in background with text overlayed: "No to the Emergencies Act, Defend Civil Liberties, Enforce Hate Laws"

          Defend Civil Liberties – Enforce Hate Laws

          News that the federal government has invoked the Emergencies Act to deal with the continuing occupation of Ottawa by the so-lled truckers’ convoy led by far-right and fascist forces, may sound like a good idea to some, but it is a sledgehammer that will suspend the civil and democratic rights of everyone in nada, effectively imposing martial law across the country. Though the Prime Minister promises to be selective in using the arbitrary powers he has acquired, the Emergency Act effectively suspends the Charter of Rights, eliminating civil and democratic rights in nada.

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