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New issue of Socialist Alternative’s Magazine
By April 30, 2016 Read More →

New issue of Socialist Alternative’s Magazine

Issue 3 of Socialist Alternative has been published. If you would like to order copy(ies) contact: A pdf is available here.

Public Meetings: Socialism Rising in US

Public Meetings: Socialism Rising in US

Vancouver Speaker: Ramy Khahil (Seattle) Sunday, January 24, 2 pm Room 1600, SFU Harbour Centre 515 W Hastings Toronto Speaker: Eljeer Hawkins (New York) Thursday, January 28, 7 pm 519 Church Street Community Centre 1 block east of Yonge, north of Wellesley  

Socialist Alternative Launches Fight for 15 Broadsheet
By May 27, 2015 Read More →

Socialist Alternative Launches Fight for 15 Broadsheet

PDF of Broadsheet here  

Public Meeting: Vancouver, Sunday, Jan. 25
By January 16, 2015 Read More →

Public Meeting: Vancouver, Sunday, Jan. 25

United States – Will it Explode? Kailyn Nicholson (Activist in Seattle) Sunday, January 25, 2 pm Room 1600, SFU Harbour Centre 515 W Hastings St, Vancouver

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Pipeline Battle in BC: Stopping Kinder Morgan

Pipeline Battle in BC: Stopping Kinder Morgan

Kinder Morgan wants to turn Vancouver into a major bitumen exporting port. Bill Hopwood outlines the background of the campaign to stop Kinder Morgan’s proposed pipeline and Chris Fofonoff writes about his arrest. Kinder Morgan’s Proposed Pipeline The company wants to rebuild its existing pipeline which was built to carry crude oil from Alberta to […]

BC Teachers’ Strike – Teachers’ working conditions are students’ learning conditions!

BC Teachers’ Strike – Teachers’ working conditions are students’ learning conditions!

On June 10, BC Teachers (BCTF) voted 86% in favour of a full strike. Will the Liberal government of British Columbia continue its long attack on public education and teachers or finally start to hold real negotiations? Up to now, the government has refused to address the real needs of children and has tried to provoke […]

Posted in: British Columbia, Work
Port of Vancouver Truckers’ Successful Strike

Port of Vancouver Truckers’ Successful Strike

For the last month, the main roads of Vancouver have been usually quiet as around 1,500 truck drivers who service the port of Vancouver have been on strike. On Thursday, March 28, after defying many threats, the drivers went back to work having won significant improvements in their working conditions. This strike was unusual as […]

BC Election 2013

BC Election 2013

On May 14 the New Democratic Party (NDP) achieved a stunning defeat in British Columbia’s provincial election, losing to the BC Liberals for the fourth time. It wasn’t supposed to be like this. Just over a year ago the Liberals were in free fall after choosing a new leader, Christy Clark, in 2011. They were […]

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