The Canadian government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic is calculated and purposeful, and it reveals much about how our society is organized.
Ongoing organizing in the face of COVID-19 reveals how class struggles in Toronto are inseparable from fights waged on feminist, anti-racist, and other fronts, all in the name of reclaiming life over profits.
Megan Kinch writes, in an unsparing first-person account, on the endemic and pandemic dangers of construction work, the failures of union leadership, and an uncertain future. You can find her @meganysta on twitter.
The vulnerability of the global supply chain has been thrown into sharp relief amid the global pandemic. But earlier this year that vulnerability was also exposed by indigenous protests and solidarity actions across Canada. John Clarke, a longstanding anti-poverty activist in Toronto, draws some strategic lessons.