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Is the Oil Industry Canada's 'Deep State'?
Justin Trudeau and Canada's political elite are fighting for the Tar Sands and oil industry's interests, even if it means that Canada misses its climate targets. We speak to Kevin Taft, ex-Liberal Party politician and author of 'Oil's Deep State.'

  February 11, 2018

BDS Activists and Canada's Communist Party Sue the City of Montreal for Civil Rights Violations
Claims that the City of Montreal illegally confiscated 2015 electoral posters featuring a dead Palestinian child go to trial in Quebec Superior Court

  February 9, 2018

Under its New Leader Jagmeet Singh, Will Canada's NDP Finally Call for Sanctions on Israel?
Activists Genevieve Nevin and Yazan Khader say there is strong grassroots support in the NDP for a ban on settlement products

  February 11, 2018

Confronting Trudeau on Climate Lies and Kinder Morgan Pipeline
TRNN speaks with Clayton Thomas-Muller, an indigenous and environmental activist who challenged Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's pro-pipeline rhetoric during the PM's cross-country town hall tour

  February 13, 2018

Trudeau Government Ignores Scandal of Toxic 'Tailings Ponds'
Tailings pond remediation expert Regan Boychuk says industry giants have been given 70 years to clean up contamination that scientists say is currently damaging the environment and causing soaring cancer rates in indigenous communities downstream

  January 30, 2018

'Bomb Train': Oil Execs Try to Blame Workers for Tragic Accident
All three MMA rail workers were acquitted of criminal charges in the Lac-Megantic disaster case -- but Fritz Edler, veteran locomotive engineer and longtime union officer, says "the wrong people were on trial," and that the industry ignores known risks

  January 26, 2018

Activists Crash Press Conference to Challenge Trudeau on Climate Policy
Former Trudeau supporters Hayley Zacks and Jake Hubley were arrested after confronting Prime Minister Justin Trudeau about his support of the Alberta tar sands and approval of the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion, despite posturing as a 'climate crusader'

  November 22, 2017

Is Canada a 'Rogue Nation' on Climate Change?
Canada can't fight climate change and continue with the Alberta oil sands project, says David Bleakney of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers, speaking from the COP23 in Bonn, Germany

  November 15, 2017

Canada's Extradition Law Condemns Hassan Diab to a Kafkaesque Ordeal
Criminal lawyer Donald Bayne discusses France's refusal to release his client, Canadian Professor Hassan Diab, who was investigated for the 1980 Paris Synagogue bombing

  November 18, 2017

Roger Waters Confronts the Occupation of the Canadian Mind
Rock Musician and Palestinian Rights Advocate Roger Waters discusses his recent concert tour in Canada

  December 3, 2017

Who Funds the World's Dirtiest Energy Projects?
International big banks are ramping up Alberta oil sands projects even though scientists warn it could spell "game over" for human civilization, says Rainforest Action Network's Alison Kirsch

  November 3, 2017

People Power Defeats an Oil Pipeline in Canada
Indigenous and environmental groups are celebrating TransCanada's cancellation of the Energy East tar sands pipeline, and setting their sights on the next fight

  October 5, 2017

Trudeau's UN Indigenous Rights Speech Rings Hollow at Home
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau 'can talk a really good game, but at the end of the day, he's not doing anything substantive to make any changes' for indigenous people in Canada, says Pamela Palmater of Ryerson University

  October 1, 2017

Indigenous Groups Win One, Lose One in the Canadian Supreme Court
The Supreme Court of Canada rendered two important decisions relating to indigenous rights and natural resource exploitation. TRNN hosts a discussion with former Clyde River Mayor Jerry Natanine and Eugene Kung, staff counsel at West Coast Environmental Law

  July 28, 2017

Wines from Occupied Territories Labeled 'Product of Israel' Removed from Ontario Shelves
In an attempt to protect accurate consumer labeling information, the Ontario Liquor Control Board and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency ordered the products labeled 'Product of Israel' but produced in the Occupied Territories removed, says Dr. David Kattenburg

  July 13, 2017

Indigenous Activists See Canada's 150th as 'Celebration of Colonization'
"The past 150 years have been some of the most brutal, violent, and lethal genocidal years in all of indigenous history," says Pamela Palmater, Chair in Indigenous Governance at Ryerson University

  July 1, 2017

State Violence is Directly Linked to the Creation of Extremist Groups (Pt. 3/3)
The Canadian and the US state is trying to manage domestically the threats they themselves have created because of their foreign policies, explains Jeremy Kowalski, author of "Domestic Extremism and the Case of the Tornoto 18"

  June 29, 2017

State Violence is Directly Linked to the Creation of Extremist Groups (Pt. 2/3)
Ultimately, we do not know if the Toronto 18 would have turned to domestic terrorism if the state had not becomes involved, says Jeremy Kowalski, author of "Domestic Extremism and the Case of the Toronto 18"

  June 28, 2017

Canada Undermines Targets for Protecting Oceans by Increasing Oil Exploration
Canada has signed international commitment to protect its ocean estate. However, Trudeau's plans to increase offshore oil exploration will undermine protection targets explains Sabine Jessen, Ocean Programs Director of the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society

  June 30, 2017

State Violence Linked to Domestic Extremism (Pt. 1/3)
Jeremy Kowalski, author of "Domestic Extremism and the Case of the Toronto 18," explains how his investigation of the "Toronto 18" uncovered a link between state violence and the development of domestic extremist groups

  June 26, 2017

Canadian First Nation Battles Pipeline Expansion
Charlene Aleck, spokesperson for the Tsleil-Waututh First Nation, discusses the indigenous group's fight against the Trans Mountain pipeline and the struggle to protect its traditional way of life

  June 21, 2017

Canada's Fossil Fuels Lobby Issues Dubious Data in a Bid for More Pipelines
Adam Scott of Oil Change International offers a critical analysis of new data from the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers

  June 24, 2017

In Canada, Indigenous Groups are Litigating - And Winning
Lawyer Eugene Kung of West Coast Environmental Law discusses the protection of indigenous rights under the Canadian constitution

  June 17, 2017

Canada's Complicity in Fifty Years of Israeli Occupation
Nabil Marouf, Palestine's Representative in Canada, discusses the Trudeau Government's continuation of Stephen Harper's extreme pro-Israel policies

  June 14, 2017

Sea Level Rise due to Global Warming Threatens Vancouver
Deborah Carlson of WCEL explains the consequences of sea level rise for Vancouver and what local actions are being taken to counter the threat

  June 12, 2017

Canada's Increased Military Budget Will Fuel the US War Machine
Boosting Canada's military spending is "a way of enhancing the American empire... done under the guise of lessening Canadian dependence on the U.S.," says author and activist Yves Engler

  June 13, 2017

Canada's Political Landscape Undergoing Realignment?
Nora Loreto, author of "From Demonized to Organized," talks about four important political shifts that took place in Canada in the past week and what this means for Canadian politics

  May 31, 2017

Canadian Logging Giant Attempts to Silence Critics Using Anti-Mafia Law
Todd Paglia, Executive Director of Stand.Earth, discusses a $300 million lawsuit brought against his environmental organization and Greenpeace by Resolute Forest Products under the US Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Practices Act

  May 29, 2017

Trudeau's Carbon Reduction Plan Inadequate
Dimitri Lascaris, says Trudeau's pricing schemes is defective and not even close to what is necessary to enforce reductions

  May 22, 2017

Why are British Columbians Voting Liberal, Against Their Own Interest?
British Columbia is giving away lumber at .50 cents an acre and the Green Party holds the balance of power at a tipping point on energy policy says Michael Hudson

  May 12, 2017

British Columbians go to the Polls in the 'Wild West of Canadian Political Cash'
Canadian political commentator Murray Dobbin examines the alternatives confronting voters in British Columbia's May 9 election

  May 8, 2017

Canada's Housing Bubble is Larger than that of the US Before 2008
In most of Canada fewer and fewer people can afford housing because of a massive housing bubble explains white collar criminologist Bill Black

  May 11, 2017

Just How Environmental Are Canada's Environmental Policies?
Tzeporah Berman, the Executive Director of PowerUp Canada, explains that the Trudeau's government's environmental policies are an important improvement over the previous government, but it is far from enough

  April 29, 2017

Does Canada Have a Foreign Policy Independent of the US?
Canada likes to portray its foreign policy as being independent and different from the US, but according to Yves Engler it actually almost always follows US lead

  April 7, 2017

Will the NDP Adopt Pro-BDS Platform?
Journalist Nora Loreto discusses the ongoing leadership races in Canada's Conservative and NDP parties

  March 23, 2017

Breaking Campaign Promise, Trudeau Abandons Move to Democratize Electoral System
The Canadian Prime Minister has likely stopped pursuing implementation of a proportional system fo representation because his party - the Liberals - stand to lose the most with such a change, says Dimitri Lascaris

  March 2, 2017

Survey Shows Support Growing For Palestinians Among Canadians
Dimitri Lascaris and Earl Washburn discuss a national survey that shows an increasing number of Canadians recognizing that Israel is violating the human rights of the Palestinian people and that the Canadian state is complicit

  February 20, 2017

In the Trump Era, Is Canada's Trade Relationship with the U.S. a Blessing or a Curse?
Following the first meeting between U.S. President Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau, Nora Loreto discusses the future of US-Canada relations.

  February 15, 2017

Right-Wing Extremism and Canadian National Security Policy Both Embrace the Image of the 'Muslim Threat'
Describing the Quebec mosque shooting as 'senseless' avoids the connection between extremist violence against Muslims and draconian national security policy, says Azeezah Kanji

  February 7, 2017

Prime Minister Trudeau Prepares to Resurrect Keystone XL With Cabinet Shuffle
The move signals that the Trudeau government is unlikely to depart from the corporate-friendly trade policies of his predecessor, says Dimitri Lascaris

  January 11, 2017

Canadian PM Trudeau Signals He'll Work with Trump to Restart Keystone XL
DeSmog Blog's Steve Horn says the move would be an environmental and ecological disaster

  December 23, 2016

Canada's New Climate Plan Inadequate For Meeting Commitments Under Paris Agreement
In response to Trudeau's recent announcement, Greenpeace researcher Keith Stewart says Canada will have to decide whether it will go all-in on clean energy or continue to promote the growth of its oil and gas industries - because it can't do both

  December 14, 2016

Green Party of Canada Adopts Endorsement of Sanctions Against Israel
Diana Ralph and Dr. Tarek Loubani discuss its significance for the future of the solidarity movement in Canada

  December 9, 2016

Trudeau Approves Kinder Morgan Pipeline Amidst Increasing Climate Threats
Dimitri Lascaris says the worsening prospects of climate change negates any potential economic benefits from tar sands development

  December 2, 2016

Canadian Supreme Court Set To Hear First Nations Challenge to Seismic Testing and Pipeline Construction
Justin Safayeni and Jerry Natanine argue that the law should be interpreted to halt certain gas and oil projects involving seismic testing and pipeline construction

  November 29, 2016

Canada's Indigenous Peoples Contribute Least to Global Warming While Suffering From It the Most
At COP22, AFN Regional Chief for Manitoba, Kevin Hart, discusses humanity's urgent need to heed the ecological wisdom of indigenous peoples.

  November 18, 2016

Justin Trudeau Not Fulfilling Promises Made to First Nations
Canada is about to see struggles like the one against the Dakota Access Pipeline within its own borders, says Pamela Palmater

  November 27, 2016

Leonard Cohen Sang About Our Love Affair With Death and Destruction
The brooding singer-songwriter tried to humanize society's darkest wishes, and lamented its inability to ever be at peace

  November 14, 2016

EU-Canada Trade Doomed to Fail After Walloon Parliament Rejects CETA
Nick Dearden, director of Global Justice Now, says it might be a small region in Belgium but it's speaking on behalf of millions of people in Europe

  October 26, 2016

Trudeau's Liberals Adopt Harper Government's Carbon Targets
Dimitri Lascaris says the transfer of Canadian taxpayer money to oil companies in the face of climate emergency casts doubt on the ability of the Liberal government to produce an adequate carbon pricing plan

  September 21, 2016

The Crisis of the Left in Canada
Following the unceremonious dumping of Tom Mulcair from NDP and clear signals from the Liberals that they will not support pro-labor reforms, there's a vacuum for the left to fill, says Dimitri Lascaris

  August 31, 2016

Architects and Organizers of BDS Reflect on Global Success, Fate Within Canada
Participants at the World Social Forum earlier this month in Montreal, Canada took up the questions of tactics, organizing, and the role of political parties in the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement against Israel

  August 26, 2016

Green Party of Canada Leader Reaffirms Leadership Following Row Over BDS
While Elizabeth May says no to other parties, a strong stand for Palestinian rights includes making Israel pay the appropriate economic and political penalties for its clear violation of international law, says Dimitri Lascaris

  August 23, 2016

The Leap Manifesto: Could This Be Canada's Progressive Answer?
The left in places like the United States and the UK has positioned itself behind political figures, but Leap Manifesto architects Avi Lewis and Naomi Klein, along with other progressives in Canada, are trying something different

  August 15, 2016

Green Party 2016 - Ottawa, ON - Opening Night
Live stream of the opening night of the Green party convention in Ottawa, ON

  August 5, 2016

Green Party Convention 2016 - Day 2, Plenary Session
Live stream of the plenary session to discuss the Jewish National Fund of Canada's charity status

  August 6, 2016

Green Party Convention 2016 - Day 2, Afternoon Plenary Session
Live stream of the afternoon plenary session. *We apologize, due to inadequate bandwidth, the video and audio in certain parts of the stream are of poor quality.

  August 6, 2016

Green Party Convention 2016 - Day 3, Morning Plenary Session
Live stream of the plenary session on Sunday morning. *We apologize, due to inadequate bandwidth, the video and audio in certain parts of the stream are of poor quality.

  August 7, 2016

Canada Bars Hundreds of Activists From Attending the World Social Forum
For the first World Social Forum in the Northern hemisphere, many activists in the Global South are struggling to participate due to restrictive visa policies.

  August 10, 2016

Green Party of Canada Challenges Israeli Apartheid
Green Party shadow cabinet member Dimitri Lascaris says the passage of the resolution in support BDS could embolden other Canadian parties to take on the occupation

  August 10, 2016

Black Lives Matter Toronto Protests Police and Corporate Presence at LGBTQ Pride Parade
LeRoi Newbold of BLM Toronto says that the Toronto Pride festival needs to be taken back to its roots and make more space for queer Black and Brown people

  July 6, 2016

Grassy Narrows to Ontario: No Reconciliation Without Clean Water (1/2)
First Nation ramps up pressure on province to clean mercury in their water as experts confirm that river system can be remediated

  June 19, 2016

Is Canada's 6 Month Old Liberal Government Delivering 'Real Change?'
Nora Loreto and Dimitri Lascaris tell The Real News that on climate, foreign affairs, and trade policies, Trudeau has opted for continuity over change

  May 12, 2016

Judge Exonerates Mike Duffy, "Indicts" Stephen Harper and Senate
Author and journalist Rick Salutin tells the Real News that Duffy, "a phony, populist man of the people," has served the historical purpose of bringing Harper down

  April 25, 2016

Ontarians Join Global Fight for "$15 and Fairness" As Province Reviews Labor Laws
Toronto demonstrators rally in province-wide day of action to demand $15 minimum wage, improved work standards, and end to contract flipping

  April 18, 2016

Panama Papers and Canadian Tax Dodgers
Dennis Howlett, Executive Director of Canadians for Tax Fairness, explains how Canadians have a long history of offshore tax evasion

  April 12, 2016

Toronto City Council Asks Province for Police Review as Black Lives Matter Occupation Intensifies
BLM action gains traction among municipal politicians while longtime community activists tell The Real News about the continuity of Black struggles in Toronto

  April 3, 2016

Calls For Fossil Fuel Divestment Ignite Across Canadian Campuses
Students at McGill University take action against administration's refusal to divest, while new divestment campaigns emerge in Alberta, ground zero of tar sands production

  April 6, 2016

Black Lives Matter Activists Protest Toronto Police Killings With Ongoing Occupation
The Real News spent a day at the BLM-TO "tentcity" protest, now entering its 100th hour, in front of Toronto police headquarters

  March 26, 2016

Two More Deaths in Canadian Immigration Custody
Rights groups call for urgent overhaul of Canada's detention system following two most recent migrant deaths in immigration jail

  March 21, 2016

Leader of Anti-Islam Group, PEGIDA, Met With Heated Protest in Toronto
Demonstrators say leader of far-right group, who was invited to speak by Jewish Defence League, not welcome in Canada

  March 13, 2016

"Mr. Trudeau Goes to Washington"
Rick Salutin and Dimitri Lascaris examine what happens when political celebrities tackle climate change

  March 9, 2016

Court Order Fails to Halt Protests Over $9bn Canadian Dam Project
Indigenous women and Treaty 8 First Nations are spearheading the fight against BC Hydro's Site C mega-dam, which is being aggressively pushed by province

  March 8, 2016

A Campaign to Demand Canada Post Deliver A New Green Economy
Katie McKenna, organizer for the Leap Manifesto and Mike Palecek National President of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers, say Canada's post office can be the engine of a post-carbon economy that includes postal banking, local farm to table food delivery, and care for the elderly.

  March 6, 2016

Who's Missing in the Canadian Immigration Debate?
Liberal Government amends Citizenship Act, while advocates highlight absence of migrant and temporary foreign from Trudeau's immigration file

  March 6, 2016

Is BDS Headed Towards Criminalization in Canada?
Grace Batchoun of Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East says Canada's Liberal government just passed a motion that could stifle or even suppress the voices behind the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement in Canada

  February 24, 2016

Canadian Environment Minister Says Indigenous Peoples Will be Duly Consulted on Pipelines
Clayton Thomas-Muller says it's important to delineate between what the federal government of Canada interprets as meaningful consultation, and what the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples demand

  January 29, 2016

Sammy Yatim's Death Not About One "Rogue Cop"
An 11-member jury in Toronto declared constable James Forcillo guilty of attempted murder, acquitting him of an actual murder charge and angering city residents

  January 27, 2016

Canadian Student Shot by Israeli Sniper in the West Bank
The Trudeau government remains silent on the case of a Canadian Government-Funded PhD Student who was shot by Israeli sniper in the West Bank without legal recourse against her attacker - TRNN speaks with Rehab Nazzal and her legal council, Dimitri Lascaris

  January 17, 2016

Trudeau Pledge Tracker: Ignoring Executions and Proceeding with Saudi Arms Deal
Dimitri Lascaris says Canada's Minister of Foreign Affairs Stephane Dion met with Adel Al Jubeir, Saudi Arabia's Minister of Foreign Affairs, and considered him an important ally days before the executions were carried out

  January 7, 2016

Challenges Ahead for the Legalization of Marijuana in Canada
Donald MacPherson, Executive Director of the Canadian Drug Policy Coalition, says there's a long road to travel, but it can be done

  January 8, 2016

The Blind Spots in Alberta's Climate Change Plan
Cameron Fenton of says Alberta's government will fail to keep fossil fuels in the ground despite its new policies supported both by Big Oil and environmental groups

  November 27, 2015

Canadian PM Trudeau Halts Bombings in Syria, But Is It a Real Shift in Policy?
York University's Sabah Alnasseri says although Justin Trudeau is keeping his campaign promise, more Canadian ground troops are headed to Iraq

  November 20, 2015

Will Trudeau's Pipeline Policy Change After Keystone?
As protestors staged sit-ins at Canada's Prime Minister's residence, Keystone XL Campaign Organizer for the Indigenous Environmental Network's Dallas Goldtooth and environmental activist Dimitri Lascaris discuss the grassroots strategies needed to keep the pressure on politicians

  November 9, 2015

Trudeau Pledge Tracker: Cabinet is Fifty Percent Women
Dimitri Lascaris and Nora Loretto say new Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau delivered on his pledge to appoint 50% women to his cabinet, but appointed a political conservative as his Minister of Finance

  November 4, 2015

Trudeau Pledge Tracker: Reinstating 40 Million in Science Funding and Appointing a Chief of Science
Alana Westwood of Evidence for Democracy says it will take years to recover data gaps for evidence-based decision making due to Harper's cancellation of long form census data collection

  October 21, 2015

Majority Liberal Win Met with Mixed Reaction from Canadian Progressives
Most of the Canadian left hoped for a minority government, but with a majority, activists fear that Trudeau will only be a small improvement over Harper. With Joanne St. Lewis of University of Ottawa Law, Leena Minifie, editor Ricochet Media and Andrea Harden-Donahu of The Council of Canadians

  October 20, 2015

Harper Defeated, the Next Fight Begins
Jeremie Bedard-Wien of Ricochet, Kelly Dowdell of Leadnow, Sandy Hudson of Black Lives Matter, discuss the progressive movements and the lack of faith in the Trudeau led Liberals

  October 20, 2015

Rejecting Hard Right, Canadians Dump Harper
As Harper resigns as leader of the Conservative Party, how should progressive Canadians respond to the neo-liberal Liberal majority government? With Leo Panitch, Dimitri Lascaris and Nora Loreto and Paul Jay

  October 20, 2015

A Quick Word on TPP and Canada Before Monday's Elections
Unifor economist Jordan Brennan told the Real News how the TPP is part of an old trend in opening up Canada's markets

  October 19, 2015

Canadian Elections: How Strategic is Strategic Voting?
Jamie Biggar of and David Bush of debate whether such a strategy is useful or effective

  October 18, 2015

Canadian Elections: Laboring the Vote
Angella MacEwen of the Canadian Labour Congress and David Bush of discuss several Harper measures that has played a decisive roll in their desire to defeat the conservatives at the ballot box on Monday

  October 17, 2015

Taking the Pulse on Canadian Health Before the Vote on Monday
Natalie Mehra, Executive Director of the Ontario Health Coalition, and Linda Silas, President of the Canadians Federation of Nurses Unions, say the Harper cuts to health care lead to one of the most expensive drug plans in the developed world

  October 17, 2015

Will Islamophobia and Racism Influence Canadian Election?
Harsha Walia of No One is Illegal says the effects of "war on terror" and racism against refugees and immigrants and fear mongering has been decisive in previous elections

  October 15, 2015

Canadian Elections: Green Party Says It Would Challenge Costly Military Contracts
Dimitri Lascaris, Green Party Candidate for London-West, Ontario, says the Green Party wants to shift the role of the Canadian military to UN peacekeeping, poverty alleviation efforts, and disaster relief

  October 14, 2015

Canadian Elections: Harper Challenged on Job Creation
Jordan Brennan of Unifor says Harper's dismal record over the last 10 years leaves no reason to think that employment will improve during another term

  October 15, 2015

Opposition Party Leaders Avoid Canada's Role in Global Arms Trade and Wars
Richard Sanders and Justin Podur say Canada's leading role in the global arms trade and its participation in war coalitions are in contradiction with the prevailing myth of the nation as a peacemaker

  October 11, 2015

Should Canadians Vote Strategically to Defeat Harper?
Amara Possian of Leadnow and Dimitri Lascaris of the Green Party, London-West, debate the consequences of strategic voting in the Canadian October 19th federal elections

  October 8, 2015

No Dissension on Oil Exploration in the Leaders Debate in Canada
Writer Nora Loreto and Green Party member Dimitri Lascaris argue all leading parties overemphasize the link of jobs and oil expansion while organized labor takes them at their word.

  September 19, 2015

Decades of Declining Refugee Protection in Canada Under Harper
Harsha Walia of No One Is Illegal and Gloria Nafziger of Amnesty International discuss the election rhetoric around refugees and how Canada could dramatically improve its resettlement programs

  September 17, 2015

"The Chemicals Are Within Us": Toxic Tour with Aamjiwnaang First Nation
TRNN's Shaghayegh Tajvidi travelled to Aamjiwnaang First Nation on Sept. 5th to capture the largest tour ever of the industrial zone that engulfs the community

  September 14, 2015

Are Canadians Losing Faith in Harper's Economic Policies?
Nora Loreto, the author of From Demonized to Organized: Building the New Union Movement, and Dru Oja Jay of Unite Against Austerity Campaign discuss how an anti-austerity platform could make a difference in the upcoming Canadian elections

  September 8, 2015

First Canadian Officer Convicted for Mass Arrests at 2010 G-20 Toronto Summit
Canadian Civil Liberties Association's Laura Berger and TRNN's former video journalist Jesse Freeston discuss the police's motivations behind mass arrests and the legacy of the G-20 in current policing practices

  August 27, 2015

Decades of Relentless Austerity in Canada Could Defeat the Conservatives
Nora Loreto, the author of From Demonized to Organized: Building the New Union Movement, and Dru Oja Jay of Unite Against Austerity Campaign discuss how an anti-austerity platform could make a difference in the upcoming Canadian elections

  August 23, 2015

The National Security Kafkaland of Harper's C-51
Micheal Vonn, Policy Director at the BC Civil Liberties Association, says there is nothing salvageable in the bill to protect the civil liberties of Canadian citizens.

  August 17, 2015

Harper Dishonest in Debate
Harper's economic record challenged by the debate opponents and TRNN panel with Jordon Brennan, Nora Loreto and Jason Sykes

  August 9, 2015

UN Reports Blasts Canada's Human Rights Record on Violence Against Indigenous Women
Aboriginal Legal Service of Toronto's Christa Big Canoe explains why government policies are leaving indigenous women four times more likely to be murdered than non-indigenous women - and what can be done about it

  July 26, 2015

Big Games, Bigger Scandals! A Look at Toronto's Pan-Am Games
Award-winning journalist Nick Fillmore discusses his latest reporting into the "gross public over-spending" associated with the Pan-Am games.

  July 22, 2015

Governor Jerry Brown Demands Canadian PM Harper Reexamine His Climate Policy
Tings Chak and Merran Smith examine the Economic and Climate Summit proposals being discussed inside and outside the Summit

  July 10, 2015

Toronto Protest Unites Environmental, Labor, and Indigenous Movements
Sanjay Talreja reports on the July 5th March for Jobs, Justice & the Climate in Toronto, Canada

  July 8, 2015

Bill C-51 Passed in Canada, but Repeal Plans Are Already in the Works
David Christopher, communications manager of OpenMedia, says this legislation is one of the most extreme pieces of legislation approved by Canadian lawmakers

  June 12, 2015

Canada's 'Draconian' Anti-Terror Bill May Face Final Vote This Week
Canadian Legal Scholar Craig Forcese breaks down the provisions in the C-51 bill that will likely face court challenges after its expected passage later this week.

  June 1, 2015

New Democratic Party Ends 43 Year Conservative Domination in Alberta
The victory of the new Premier-elect of Alberta Rachel Notley and the loss of the bastion province of the conservative Harper government is analyzed by Notley's former professor Gordon Laxer of the University of Alberta

  May 6, 2015

The Fragmentation of Canadian Climate Policies
Keith Stewart of Greenpeace on Canada's carbon tax, cap and trade, and the premiers climate conference in Quebec City

  April 16, 2015

Will Canadian Provinces Block Pipeline Expansion?
Keith Stewart of Greenpeace Canada and Carol Linnitt of DeSmog Canada discuss the upcoming premiers meeting on energy

  April 12, 2015

Resistance Mounts to Stephen Harper's Secret Police Bill
Public support plummeting for Bill C-51 after National Day of Action and widespread criticism by public figures in Canada

  March 26, 2015

Teaching Assistants Reject University of Toronto Offer
Margaret Atwood, Stephen Lewis, and Naomi Klein among those who tweeted, supported, or refused to cross the picket lines of striking contract staff at U of T, says Omar Sirri, PhD student

  March 24, 2015

Is Canada's "Patriot Act" a Political Ploy?
Leo Panitch and Dimitri Lascaris discuss Canada's Bill C-51 and other issues facing Canadians as elections loom on the horizon

  March 14, 2015

Striking TA's and Part-time Staff Frozen Out of a Living Wage at University of Toronto
PhD student Omar Sirri says 65% of the teaching is being done by TA's and part-time contract staff, but they represent only 3.5% of the university budget

  March 6, 2015

Nader: Canadian Anti-Terrorism Bill Follows America's Lead
Political activist Ralph Nader discusses his open letter to Canadian PM Stephen Harper in which he criticizes Harper's fear mongering ahead of Canadian elections

  February 28, 2015

Leaked RCMP Report Targets Activists as a Threat to National Security
Greenpeace Canada's Keith Stewart explains why the proposed anti-terror legislation threatens civil liberties

  February 25, 2015

Will Canada's 'Anti-Prostitution' Ban Protect Sex Workers?
Sex Work Activist Naomi Sayers says the Harper government's legislation forces sex workers underground into unsafe working conditions

  January 12, 2015

Fracking Opponents Celebrate Key Victories in New Brunswick, Quebec and New York
Emma Lui of the Council of Canadians talks about the decisions against fracking in the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick and Quebec, while Eric Weltman of Food & Water Watch talks about New York becoming the second US state to ban fracking

  December 18, 2014

Is This What Voluntary Corporate Social Responsibility Looks Like?
Dimitri Lascaris on the case against Nevsun Resources, a Canadian mining company whose appalling labour record in Eritrea was brought to court by a consortium of Canadian Law firms

  December 2, 2014

Study Finds Racial Profiling Persists in Toronto Despite Ban
Despite efforts to curtail racial profiling, a new study has shown it persists in Toronto's most marginalized communities, says Sabrina 'Butterfly' GoPaul of the group Jane Finch Action Against Poverty

  November 21, 2014

Despite Senate Vote on Keystone XL, Tar Sands Oil Will Still Reach the Gulf
Obama has quietly approved the Alberta Clipper, a cross-border pipeline between the U.S and Canada that will connect with the southern half of the Keystone XL pipeline, say journalists Steve Horn of DeSmogBlog and Cherri Foytlin of

  November 18, 2014

What's Behind the Defeat of the Left in Toronto?
Professor Leo Panitch discusses the appeal of Toronto's conservative mayor-elect and the failure of the left to galvanize the working class

  October 27, 2014

Canadian MPs Vote to Expand Support to Fight IS
Prime Minister Harper is an honorary conservative American, says Ariel Salzmann, associate professor at Queen's University

  October 8, 2014

Canada's Largest Union Protests Pension Cuts
Former CUPE senior research officer Kevin Skerrett and political economist Michel Lizee explain the proposed reform bill to pensions and how it will result in the transfer of risk from employers to employees

  August 21, 2014

On the Misrepresentations of Gaza in Canadian News Coverage
Middle East Professor Ariel Salzmann and activist Azeezah Kanji cite specific examples of how Canadian media has misrepresented the ongoing assault and how the Harper government aims to fuel this conflict to ensure high prices for Tar Sands oil

  August 6, 2014

One Year after Historic Oil Train Disaster, Risks Abound
Journalist Steve Horn and Greenpeace Canada's Keith Stewart discuss how the transportation of crude oil via rail has only increased despite alarming safety concerns and environmental risks

  July 14, 2014

Ontario Election: By Targeting Liberals, Will NDP Help Elect Right-Wing Conservatives?
Greg Albo and Leo Panitch discuss the role of the NDP in the June 12 election that might elect a 'tea party'-like Conservative government

  June 9, 2014

Group Petitions For Divestment From Fossil Fuels By University of Toronto
Dimitri Lascaris discusses whether divestment or engagement is the better strategy for effecting meaningful change in the relationship between higher education and the fossil fuels industry

  May 22, 2014

Canadian Securities Regulators Moving Ahead with US-Style No-Contest Settlements
Dimitri Lascaris: Canadian regulators are planning to implement no-contest practices that US judges are criticizing

  May 22, 2014

Canadians Protest Against Pipelines, Climate Change Policy
Journalist Jenny Uechi and First Nations Activist Amanda Lickers discuss the May 10 day of action

  May 9, 2014

Koch Brothers Are The Largest Foreign Lease Holder of Canadian Oil Sands
Funding think tanks, the Kochs are poised to influence debate on oil policy and shift the social fabric of Canada.

  May 2, 2014

Harper Government Brands Charity Aiding Palestinian Orphans A 'Terrorist Organization'
Yves Engler: Canadian government attacking aid groups aiding needy Palestinians while giving tax-exempt status to organizations bankrolling Israeli settlement expansion, considered illegal under international law

  May 2, 2014

Canada Shifts to Right Under Harper, Mimicking the United States
Canada Panel with Leo Panitch and Yves Engler

  April 18, 2014

Quebecers Reject PQ and Elect a Liberal Government Representing Big Business
Leo Panitch: "PQ fronting Pierre Peladeau as a their star candidate blew up in their faces"

  April 11, 2014

Elections, Pipelines, and Protests - The Canada Panel
Yves Engler explains why 50,000 Quebec students voted for a one-day strike & Jenny Uechi discusses the Vancouver Observer expose on Premier Christy Clark's hidden ties to the Northern Gateway Pipeline

  April 2, 2014

BC Pipeline Fight and Quebec Elections - The Canada Panel
Linda Solomon Wood and Yves Engler also report on the residential schools case and the Fair Election Act

  March 26, 2014

From Pipelines to Peladeau - Canadian Report
Yves Engler and Linda Solomon Wood discuss native resistance to tar sands pipeline and media mogul Pierre Karl Peladeau running as candidate for the Parti Quebecois

  March 20, 2014

Hundreds of Keystone XL Protestors Arrested, Look to Influence Obama's Final Decision on Pipeline
Hundreds of students demand President Obama reject the Keystone XL pipeline deal, but Obama has already fast tracked the southern half of the pipeline which is currently delivering Canadian tar sands to Texas refineries

  March 3, 2014

Indigenous Group Fighting Tar Sands Gets Boost From Neil Young
First Nations Chief Allan Adam discusses the Tar Sands awareness tour with Canadian musician Neil Young and the health issues that communities face

  January 28, 2014

Harper Pledges $66 Million to Palestinian Authority, But Does it Aid Palestinians?
Yves Engler: Canadian government funds go to policing Palestinians and supporting the corrupt Palestinian Authority

  January 26, 2014

Canadian Government Bent On Expanding Weapon Sales Globally
Yves Engler: The Harper administration is propping up its domestic arms industry without regard to the consequences of weapons sales to countries like Colombia and Saudi Arabia

  January 14, 2014

Canada's Top Spy Watchdog Lobbied For Pipeline Construction
Engler: Canada's head of intelligence oversight board lobbied for pipeline construction as its internal spy agency spied on pipeline competitors

  January 7, 2014

NAFTA Strengthened Canada's Corporate Class
Engler: Free trade deal bolstered neoliberal capitalism in Canada and opened it up to further resource extraction

  January 7, 2014

Canada's Lubicon Lake Nation Continue Anti-fracking Campaign, Appeal Court Injunction
Members of Lubicon Lake Nation fight pro-fracking injunction granted in favor of Penn West Petroleum

  January 6, 2014

Hunger-striking Immigrant Detainees Held in Canada for Years Without Trial
Supporters rally in snowstorm outside maximum security prison to show solidarity for prisoners being held without charges or release date

  December 16, 2013

Climate Change Clears The Way For The Extraction of Arctic Resources
Canada and Russia are investing in military infrastructure in order to protect economic interests in Arctic energy resources

  December 11, 2013

Snowden Reveals Extent of Canada's Spying on Behalf of NSA
Yves Engler: Ed Snowden latest leaks confirms widespread NSA spying by Canadian government, including of countries inaccessible to the US

  December 11, 2013

Preliminary Deal Reached for New Major Tar Sands Pipeline in Western Canada
Yves Engler: Opposition likely to grow against a new tar sands pipeline between British Columbia and Alberta

  December 9, 2013

Ontario Activists Protest Tar Sands Pipeline By Locking Themselves to Machinery
Protests escalate against Enbridge Line 9 pipeline as government of Ontario refuses to conduct environmental assessment

  December 4, 2013

Canada Stands Firm Against Iran Nuke Deal, Cozies Up to Israel & Saudi Arabia
Canada defies international consensus on Iran as PM Harper seeks to increase weapons sales to Saudi Arabia

  December 3, 2013

Toronto Public Housing Residents Bring Demands Straight to Feds
Historic rally joins tenants and city officials in demand for repairs funding

  November 23, 2013

City Council Strips Mayor of Key Powers, Protesters Rally to "Save Toronto"
Rob Ford becomes a mayor "in name only" as latest wave of allegations bring an admission of drunk driving and use of sexually explicit language

  November 17, 2013

TRNN REPLAY: Toronto Mayor's Scandal Shifts Focus From Poverty, Racialized Communities
Publication of new video shows mayor intoxicated and behaving erratically; video triggers more sensationalism from press

  November 9, 2013

Toronto police confirm existence of crack cocaine video; mayor dismisses calls for his resignation
Police investigation finds video consistent with existing media reports and leads to extortion charge of mayor's friend and driver, Sandro Lisi

  November 2, 2013

Scandal Hits Canada's Senate, Adding to Harper Government's List of Corruption
Yves Engler: Three of Canada's unelected Senators filed ineligible expense claims and have been told to repay $277,000 in wrongfully claimed expenses

  October 31, 2013

Canadian Company's Plan to Use Cyanide to Mine Romania's Gold Put On Hold After Mass Protests
Thousands of Romanians protest the environmental and cultural impact of mining Europe's largest gold mine

  October 31, 2013

Canada and EU to Ink Largest Trade Agreement since NAFTA
CETA prioritizes investor and intellectual property rights above environmental and consumer regulations.

  October 28, 2013

Tar Sands Protesters Commandeer Public Meeting, Energy Officials Run for the Door
First Nations and environmental activists interrupt Enbridge's pipeline plans.

  October 21, 2013

Canadian Police Use Military Tactics to Disperse Indigenous Anti-Fracking Blockade
New Brunswick Mounted Police deploy rubber bullets and tear gas, arrest 40 protesters for blockading highway.

  October 18, 2013

Enbridge Line 9 Hearings Met With Resistance in Montreal, As Pipeline Plan Provokes Wider Concern
Sarah Harmer and prominent musicians sing against Enbridge Line 9 reversal project; Quebec and Ontario residents mobilize to challenge oil and gas conglomerate

  October 14, 2013

Idle No More Protestors Take to the Streets in Global Day of Action
Idle No More protestors assert treaty rights and nationhood as part of International Day of Action

  October 8, 2013

Canadians Imprisoned in Egypt Indefinitely After Filming Military Brutality
Upon their arrest, Tarek Loubani and John Greyson reported being beaten and abused, while the military says they could face murder charges

  October 1, 2013

Outrage Over Province's Proposal to Arm Toronto Cops With Tasers
Toronto residents cite long running concerns of police brutality among the Toronto police force and the health risks of tasers use, in opposing wider deployment of the weapon

  September 28, 2013

Canada's Government Silences Scientists, Sides With Corporate Interests
Climate scientists were muzzled from speaking to the press, causing an 80 percent decrease in the coverage of environmental stories

  September 24, 2013

With Keystone XL Delayed, Trans-Canada Sets Eyes on "Energy East"
Yves Engler: Environmental and indigenous rights groups rightfully concerned about Trans-Canada's proposed "Energy East" pipeline

  August 12, 2013

TRNN REPLAY: Alberta Regulator Approves Tar Sands Expansion Despite "Irreversible" Eco Impact
Indigenous activists and supporters embark on 4th annual Healing Walk, raise awareness on tar sands effects

  July 26, 2013

Week of Enbridge Tar Sands Actions Launch Idle No More's Sovereignty Summer
Protesters across Canada engaged in civil disobedience in solidarity with Swamp Line 9 activists in Hamilton, Ontario; Toronto activists target Ontario courthouse

  July 1, 2013

Growing Concern Cuts to Toronto Youth Programs Will Bring "Summer of War"
Community leaders fear rise in gun violence will result from cuts to summer youth programs in Toronto's poor and under-serviced neighborhoods

  June 21, 2013

Scandal and Corruption in Canada's Right Wing Governments
Leo Panitch: Toronto's right populist Mayor is accused of crack use and PM Harper accused of covering up corruption in the Senate - their more serious crimes are attacks on workers rights and on public services

  May 28, 2013

No Doomsday but Ontario Takes Out the Knives
Jim Stanford: Ontario slashes with austerity regime even though predicted massive deficit has not developed

  March 26, 2013

Canadian Budget "Austerity on Autopilot"
Jim Stanford: In spite of data showing the Canadian economy is slowing down, the new Federal Budget pushes cuts and a balanced budget which will make recession worse - true under-utilization of labor is 12 percent

  March 26, 2013

Are Toronto Homeless Shelters Overcrowded?
City maintains there are enough beds but activists and shelter operators say they are running at over capacity

  March 18, 2013

Harper's Venezuela Insult Shows Right Ideology Trumping Canadian Interest
Yves Engler: Harper's "condolence" message on death of Hugo Chavez shows Harper has pushed Canadian policy so far right it even jeopardizes business interest in Latin America

  March 11, 2013

Canadian Government Fights US Opposition to Tar Sands Pipeline
Yves Engler: Unprecedented aggressive lobbying campaign by Canada to push Obama to say yes to XL pipeline

  March 11, 2013

Idle No More: Indigenous Peoples in Canada Actions in Support of Chief's Hunger Strike
Hunger strike by Chief Theresa Spence against new government legislation and long term denial of indigenous rights sparks nation wide movement

  January 4, 2013

Global Mining and Tar Sands Oil Drive Canadian Foreign Policy
Yves Engler: Harper's right wing foreign policy protects interests of big oil and mining

  December 6, 2012

Canadian Aid to Haiti Tied to Mining Interests
Yves Engler: Strategic objectives of Canadian aid are to strengthen a pro-elite police and advance Canadian commercial interests

  January 13, 2013

Canada Wages a "Low Level War" Against Iran
Yves Engler: Harper government at forefront of supporting "killer sanctions" against Iran amidst deepening ties with Israel

  January 7, 2013

Canada and Israel - The Ugly Canadian
Yves Engler: PM Harper has moved Canada to become the closest ally of the Israeli hard right

  November 26, 2012

Canadian Armed Forces an Adjunct to US - The Ugly Canadian
Yves Engler: The Canadian government played a major role in the bombing of Libya. It was a Canadian general that oversaw the whole NATO mission and approved the bombing targets.

  November 19, 2012

The Ugly Canadian
Yves Engler: Prime Minister Harper's government actively campaigns against international treaties and legislation around the world that aims to reduce carbon dioxide emissions

  November 14, 2012

Global Mining and The Ugly Canadian
Yves Engler: The Canadian Harper government actively interferes in the affairs of other countries on behalf of mining companies registered in Canada

  November 15, 2012

New Quebec Government Cancels Tuition Hike
Richard Fidler: CLASSE student organization sets its sights on free university tuition

  September 24, 2012

Quebec Election Gives Students a Victory on Tuition Hikes, Fight for Free Education Continues
Jérémie Bédard-Wien: Quebec student activists work to create a global movement for the right to a free education

  September 6, 2012

Quebec Students Continue Resistance
Report on the Quebec student movement's July mass protest and future plans

  July 30, 2012

The Death of Evidence in Canada
Diane Orihel: Canadian scientists protest against Harper government's attack on environmental science

  July 23, 2012

Could Police Repression at Toronto G-20 Happen Again?
Lawyers Paul Copeland and Howard Morton discuss the major review of police actions during the Toronto G-20 and if there has been accountability

  June 29, 2010

Quebec Student Strike Gathers Wide Support
Worldwide marches held in solidarity with striking Quebec students

  June 4, 2012

Quebec Students Resist State Repression
Paul Jay talks to Jérémie Bédard-Wien, Student Organizer, CLASSE

  June 4, 2012

Protests Against Brutal Repression and Draconian Law in Quebec
Lawyers join students in protest against Quebec Bill 78

  May 30, 2012

Quebec Student Movement Grows with Popular Support
People from Montreal's communities bang pots and pans to show support as students broaden demands

  May 29, 2012

250,000+ Defy Anti-Protest Law in Quebec
Jeremie Bedard: Students will insist on their rights to education and their right to protest

  May 23, 2012

Quebec's Maple Spring
May 1st in Montreal was a display of how the student strike is part of Quebec's larger struggle against neo-liberalism

  May 12, 2012

Over 165,000 Students On Strike in Quebec Over Planned Tuition Hikes
Students lead tens of thousands in protests against tuition hikes and neoliberal reforms of Quebec government

  April 16, 2012

Denying Civil Rights is a Crime
Paul Jay on austerity, mass protests and mass arrests

  April 6, 2012

Independent Movement Must Pressure Ontario Minority Government
Jim Stanford: Unions and grassroots organizations shouldn't rely on political parties to effect change in new Ontario government

  October 8, 2011

Canadian Native Leaders and Activists Oppose Tar Sands Pipeline
180 protestors arrested as protest condemns PM Harper tar sands plans

  September 27, 2011

An Adult Conversation About Taxes
Hugh Mackenzie: Politicians are childish saying they can cut costs without losing services

  October 5, 2011

Rich Getting Richer in Ontario
Hugh Mackenzie: From 1992 to 2007, 90% of the income gain in Canada went to the top 1% while their effective tax rate went down

  September 28, 2011

Real World MIA in Elections Rhetoric
Linda McQuaig: In the US and Canada, the deliberate policies that created great wealth for the top 1% and suffering for the rest is not talked about

  October 4, 2011

The Trouble with Billionaires
Linda McQuaig: Concentration of wealth in North America growing and dragging down economy

  October 1, 2011

Ontario Elections - Is Small Business Really the Answer?
Leo Panitch: All parties are pledging to help small business, but that's where workers have the least rights

  October 3, 2011

Ontario Elections - Is This All There Is?
Sam Gindin: The times cry out for a radical alternative to capitalism

  October 2, 2011

Why Unions Want to Stop a Tory Victory in Ontario
Jim Stanford: A Conservative victory in Ontario will continue the work of the Harris government, a major setback for labour

  September 27, 2011

RCMP vs Toronto Police - Who Wanted "Martial Law" Legislation?
The RCMP says they didn't know that Chief Blair requested Public Works Protection Act, Blair says he did it on their advice

  June 25, 2011

Thousands of G-20 Detentions Illegal: Ontario Ombudsman
Paul Jay asks Ombudsman Andre Marin who is responsible and who has been held accountable for "the most massive compromise of civil liberties in Canadian history"

  June 25, 2011

Canadian Workers Face Majority Conservative Gov.
Jim Stanford: NDP 100 seats in Parliament does not make up for what majority Conservative gov. will do to workers

  June 24, 2011

Air Canada Workers Make a Deal Under the Gun
Jim Stanford: Union makes a deal under threat of a legislated end to their strike

  June 17, 2011

Right Turn in Canada
Leo Panitch: Conservative strength means tough austerity measures on the way

  June 22, 2011

Canadian Gov. Plans Austerity and North American Security Perimeter
Canadian government throne speech plans to eliminate deficit by 2014 and move closer to US rules and regulations

  June 5, 2011

What Now for the NDP?
Joanne St Lewis: New Quebec MP's and others not happy with policy, will challenge direction of the party

  May 4, 2011

NDP Breaks Through but Tories Win Big
NDP wins historic number of seats, creates conditions for Conservative Majority Government

  May 3, 2011

Major Issues Missing in Canadian Election
Jamie Biggar and Ben Powless on the lack of debate about aboriginal rights and climate change

  May 1, 2011

Polls Show Canadian Election Surprise
Leo Gerard: Social Democrat NDP surge defying predictions

  April 30, 2011

Canadian Extradition And Secret Trials
Hassan Diab is a Canadian citizen facing extradition to France based on secret evidence. While his case comes to a close it may challenge the entire legal extradition system in Canada

  February 16, 2011

Canadian Secret Trial: Man May Face Deportation and Torture
After eight-year trial involving secret evidence, Canada decides to deport Mohamed Harkat, potentially to torture

  February 2, 2011

Toronto G-20: Will Police be Held Accountable After Scathing Ombudsman's Report?
TRNN Replay: Paul Jay: If use of "martial law" was illegal, are most arrests at G-20 also illegal?

  January 23, 2011

New International Accounting Rules Opens Door to Fraud
Al Rosen: Over a hundred 'dirty tricks' possible under new IFRS accounting regulations

  January 8, 2011

More Native Students Can't Afford Higher Education
TRNN First Peoples News Bureau: Native protest in Ottawa against 2% cap on growth in education funds

  October 19, 2010

Canadian Court Bans G-20 Defendant from Speaking
Organizer Alex Hundert coerced into 'unprecedented' gag clause (includes interview filmed prior to ban)

  October 16, 2010

Russia vs Canada: Race for Oil-Rich Arctic Seabed
Russia Today: Russia and Canada are neck and neck in a race for the Arctic's rich resources

  September 17, 2010

G-20 Fallout Continues in Toronto
People arrested and "released" speaking out as faith dwindles around official inquiries

  September 16, 2010

Carol Rosenberg: Khadr confession ruled admissible by military judge

  August 20, 2010

G-20: Is There a Right to Protest?
TRNN Replay: "BEWARE OF COMING POLICE STATE" Pt.2 Clayton Ruby: No effective way to enforce charter of rights

  August 22, 2010

Senior Lawyer Says "Beware of Coming Police State"
Clayton Ruby defends Charlie Veitch, second person charged under Public Works Protection Act

  August 21, 2010

Paul Jay: Harper wants to cut the deficit. How about Bob Blair's plan for a wealth tax?

  August 12, 2010

Al Jazeera: The chunk of ice that broke off the glacier on Thursday is headed for the Nares Strait

  August 11, 2010

"Martial Law" G-20 Charge Disappears
Howard Morton: It appears government doesn't want to test Public Works Protection Act in court

  August 15, 2010

Citizens Demand Inquiry with Teeth
Public tells Toronto Police Services Board a G-20 inquiry must find out why rights violated and by whom

  July 26, 2010

Bursting 'Officer Bubbles'
How a Real News video of an anti-social officer helped the media continue to miss the real G-20 story

  July 20, 2010

Bursting 'Officer Bubbles'
TRNN Replay: How a TRNN video of an anti-social officer helped the media continue to miss the real G-20

  July 20, 2010

The Missing Words at the G-20
TRNN Replay: Paul Jay on the G-20 declaration - an absurd plan for the global economic crisis

  July 19, 2010

"They Are Never Going to Get Inside My Head"
Testimony from media activist Lacy MacAuley after being snatched by an unmarked van at the Toronto G20

  July 15, 2010

It's Not Over... and I Want to Have Some Justice
Testimony #10 from the G-20-Reports from witnesses and subjects of police actions

  July 17, 2010

TRNN Replay: TRNN videographer Nazrul Islam captures unpleasant confrontation over bubbles

  July 10, 2010

"Officer Bubbles": From Bubbles to Bookings?
TRNN videographer Nazrul Islam captures unpleasant confrontation over bubbles during police operation

  July 10, 2010

TRNN Replay: Residents of Toronto's Parkdale community denounce mass arrest at organizing center

  July 10, 2010

Toronto Neighborhood Defends G-20 Activists
Residents of Toronto's Parkdale community gather to denounce mass arrest at organizing center

  July 10, 2010

G-20: It Was Traumatizing... I Had No Rights
Testimony #8 from the G-20--Reports from witnesses and subjects of police actions

Paul Jay: Was the prime minister the hidden hand behind the G-20 fiasco in Toronto?

Who Gave The G-20 Commander His Commands?
TRNN Replay: Paul Jay - Was the prime minister the hidden hand behind the G-20 fiasco in Toronto?

In Defense of Toronto Police
Jonathan Kay: Toronto Police did a good job in difficult circumstances but detention needs investigation

I Was Nowhere Near the "Red Zone"
Testimony #6 from the G20-Reports from witnesses and subjects of police actions

  July 6, 2010

Testimony #5 from the G-20-Reports from witnesses and subjects of police actions

  July 5, 2010

Testimony #4 from the G-20-Reports from witnesses and subjects of police actions

  July 4, 2010

Paul Jay: Are extraordinary police powers and cuts to social safety net the G-20 plan for the future?

  June 28, 2010

Toronto G-20 - The Shape of Things To Come
TRNN Replay: Are extraordinary police powers and cuts to social safety net the G-20 plan for the future?

  June 28, 2010

TRNN Replay - Paul Jay: Are extraordinary police powers and cuts to social safety net the G-20 plan for the future?

  June 28, 2010

Toronto March Supports Independent Inquiry
Two thousand people march in downtown Toronto in support of a public inquiry of the G20 Summit policing

  July 2, 2010

Torontonians Gather at Police HQ to Condemn Abuses
Unmarked vans snatching activists and journalists are denounced as example of the real G20 violence

  July 1, 2010

Police Open Fire on Peaceful Protesters at G-20
They were, literally, singing Kumbaya...

  January 7, 2010

Testimony #7 from the G20-Reports from witnesses and subjects of police actions

  July 7, 2010

Basically... They Didn't Give Us Any Rights At All
Testimony #9 from the G-20-Reports from witnesses and subjects of police actions

  June 29, 2010

"The Police Need to be Held Accountable"
Testimony 2 from the G20-Reports from witnesses and subjects of police actions

  April 1, 2010

Toronto G20- Reports from witnesses and subjects of police action - testimony #1 from Queen and Spadina

  June 30, 2010

Real News Journalist Attacked at G-20
TRNN Replay - TRNN's Jesse Freeston, one of the members of media attacked or arrested at G-20

  June 27, 2010

Real News Journalist Attacked at G-20
TRNN's Jesse Freeston, one of the members of media attacked or arrested at G-20

  June 27, 2010

Paikin on police attack against peaceful protest
Steve Paikin, veteran Canadian journalist, describes arrest and beating of Guardian newspaper journalist

  June 28, 2010

Paikin on police attack against peaceful protest
Steve Paikin, veteran Canadian journalist, describes arrest and beating of Guardian newspaper journalist

  June 28, 2010

No right to freedom of assembly says 900+ arrests
Howard Morton: There is evidence the police infiltrated "Black Bloc" and should have known their plans

  June 28, 2010

G-20 Exposes Ontario 'Martial Law'
TRNN Replay - Paul Cavalluzzo: Ontario Public Works Act removes probable cause & right to free and peaceful assembly

  July 12, 2010

Paul Cavalluzzo: Ontario Public Works Act removes probable cause & right to free and peaceful assembly

  July 12, 2010

G-20 Exposes Ontario 'Martial Law'
Paul Cavalluzzo: Ontario Public Works Act removes probable cause & right to free and peaceful assembly

  July 12, 2010

G20: Interview with Toronto Mayor David Miller
Paul Jay asks mayor Miller about arrests on Friday and Saturday in Toronto

  June 27, 2010

TRNN's Jesse Freeston on Canadian national TV (CTV
Freeston: Freedom of press doesn't go away during a crisis, it is precisely for crises that it exists

  June 27, 2010

Toronto police stand by and watch rampage
Paul Manly: Photo-journalist follows the black bloc rampage through Toronto as police look on

  June 29, 2010

Toronto police stand by and watch rampage
Paul Manly: Photo-journalist follows the black bloc rampage through Toronto as police look on

  June 29, 2010

Canada seeks to reconcile dark aboriginal chapter
AlJazeera: Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission will hold its first national event next month

  May 23, 2010

Vale Exec Accuses Striking Miners of Racism
Strike gets ugly as Canadians respond to allegations of race-baiting in dispute with Brazilian company

  April 3, 2010

Canadian miners pushed to limit by 'scabs'
Thousands rally against use of strikebreakers in ninth month of dispute with Brazil's Vale

  March 29, 2010

Olympic dream vs. Vancouver reality
Media love-in with Winter Olympics challenged by city's new journalist co-op

  March 4, 2010

Canada's pro-democracy movement
People in the streets accusing prime minister of shutting down parliament to avoid war crimes inquiry

  January 26, 2010

Canada's image lies in tatters
George Monbiot: Canada is now to climate what Japan is to whaling

  November 30, 2009

Obama, Harper and Copenhagen
Tzeporah Berman: Canada far behind even the US when it comes to renewable energy

  November 27, 2009

Obama, Harper and Copenhagen Pt.2
Berman: States and provinces are way in front of federal governments in environmental legislation

  November 28, 2009

Coal, tar sands and Copenhagen Pt.3
If USA, Canada and China are committed to oil and coal, what will Copenhagen accomplish?

  December 1, 2009

Workers Can be Fired Without Just Cause in Brazil
TRNN REPLAY: During a 2009 strike of Canadian Nickel miners, Brazilian trade unions came to Canada to express solidarity and spoke about conditions for workers in Brazil.

  October 2, 2009

What it takes to be number one
The strike against Vale-Inco in Sudbury heats up as company threatens to use non-union labor

  August 22, 2009

Canadian miners strike global giant
Canadian workers fight against concessions at Vale Inco, one of the largest nickel mines in the world

  July 27, 2009

Canadian health care: Fact vs. fiction
Natalie Mehra: Flaws in Canadian system due to lack of democracy and funding, not lack of privatization

  June 17, 2009

Rae on Ignatieff Pt3
Bob Rae on Ignatieffs thesis of empire light and defense of the Iraq war

  April 18, 2009

Rae on Ignatieff Pt.2
Bob Rae speaks about Michael Ignatieffs decision to pull out of the coalition government

  April 17, 2009

Rae on Ignatieff Pt.1
Bob Rae says Liberal Party left him no choice but withdraw from the leadership race

  April 16, 2009

Last resort: Natives stand up
Canadian government plays divide and conquer with Algonquin indigenous people over logging

  December 17, 2008

Canadian Parliament shut as PM clings to power
Harper wins bid to delay non-confidence vote

  December 5, 2008

Will Canada's gov't be next casualty of crisis?
Leo Panitch: Conservative's 'anti-tax obsession' is similar to policy that made the '30s worse

  December 4, 2008

Canada: Liberals NDP Bloc sign deal to oust Tories
Opposition parties make agreement to defeat Harper government on belt-tightening economic plan

  December 2, 2008

Israel, Palestine and the media
Mordecai Briemberg on battle over satire, media concentration and coverage of Israel Pt.2/2

  November 16, 2008

Media giant tries to muzzle parody
Mordecai Briemberg on battle with Canadian media major over satire of Middle East coverage

  November 15, 2008

Canada reelects Stephen Harper
Murray Dobbin: Harper will continue to dismantle social democracy

  October 16, 2008

Canadian arts community plays strategically
The Department of Culture is advocating for anyone but Harper this election year

  October 13, 2008

Canadian economists back carbon tax
Carbon tax would be offset with breaks on income tax

  October 13, 2008

US war resister faces deportation from Canada
Canada Border Services Agency, continues to routinely effect deportation orders of US-Iraq War resisters

  October 10, 2008

Crisis changes spectrum of political debate
Rick Salutin: While elections limit the scope of discussion, financial crisis is blowing it wide open

  October 12, 2008

The campaigns to stop Harper
Rick Salutin: Canadian Web sites promote strategic voting as Conservative lead narrows

  October 10, 2008

Canadians want to keep health care system
Barry Kay: Most Canadians want more funding for health care and are concerned about climate change Pt.3

  October 12, 2008

Strategic voting in Canada Pt. 2
Barry Kay: On most key issues we find the Conservatives on one side and all four opponents on the other

  October 7, 2008

Strategic voting in Canada
Barry Kay: Without splitting the left-of-centre vote, Conservatives could not form the government

  October 6, 2008

Are Canadians mostly progressive or conservative?
Murray Dobbin: The Right has convinced Canadians that their values will never become public policy

  October 2, 2008

US war resister is granted stay of deportation
Canadian judge rules against deportation of outspoken anti-Iraq war resister

  September 28, 2008

The Canadian election and the Afghan War
Murray Dobbin: Canadian government is supporting an American policy that's against Canada's interests

  September 11, 2008

Canadian elections and climate change
Environment and cutting green house gas emissions important issues for 4 of 5 major parties

  September 12, 2008

CAW Calls for Strategic Voting in Ontario Election
Jim Stanford: Unions need to be independent from all the parties and do what's best for workers

  September 29, 2011

Canada Approves Economically Inviable Pipeline Without Indigenous Consultation
The liberal government has failed to demonstrate a commitment to First Nations and climate change concerns, say Robyn Allan and Louisette Lanteigne

  September 30, 2016

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