Canada

Is Canada's 'Left' Marching To The Beat of America's Imperial Drum?

Is Canada's 'Left' Marching To The Beat of America's Imperial Drum?

January 16, 2019
Canadian author Yves Engler discusses the New Democratic leadership’s support for war, militarism and Israel
Greek Court Acquits 21 Environmental Defenders in Eldorado Gold Trial

Greek Court Acquits 21 Environmental Defenders in Eldorado Gold Trial

January 7, 2019

Maria Kadoglou of Mining Watch Greece says Greek prosecutors continue to pursue those who have resisted an open-pit gold mine in northern Greece

NAFTA at 25: A New Beginning? (Pt 1/2)

NAFTA at 25: A New Beginning?

January 1, 2019
TRNN speaks with long-time NAFTA activist Lori Wallach of Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch
Campaigning From the Left and Governing From the Right in Canada (1/2)

MP Niki Ashton on Canadian Politics

December 28, 2018
Canadian MP Niki Ashton tells Paul Jay both the NDP and the Liberals have been guilty of making progressive promises during election campaigns and legislating from the center-right once in power
What Can Humanity Learn From The Great Law Of Peace (2/2)

What Can Humanity Learn From The Great Law Of Peace

December 28, 2018
Stuart Myiow, Wolf Clan Representative of the Mohawk Traditional Council, says Western ‘democracies’ wrongly prioritize individual rights over the rights of the collective    

Québec Solidaire Reviews the Election and Maps Campaign on Climate Crisis

December 21, 2018

Richard Fidler and Pierre Beaudet / Socialist Project Québec solidaire (QS) will make climate change the party’s main political campaign issue in the coming year, both in and outside of the National Assembly. The campaign will build on the major proposals in the QS economic transition plan featured in the recent Quebec general election. Meeting…

Captivating Encounter Between Pipeline Employees and Indigenous Land Defenders in Northern BC

Encounter at the Border

December 21, 2018
TRNN mini-doc to come soon: After a Canadian court issued an injunction to force the Wet’suwet’en nation to allow pipeline workers to enter their territory, a neighbouring clan constructs a second checkpoint. This video shows the illuminating encounter that took place when employees from TransCanada arrived at the new checkpoint. Filming by Jesse Freeston.
Can Canada's Tar Sands Industry Be Profitable Without Government Subsidies?

Can Canada’s Tar Sands Industry Be Profitable Without Government Subsidies?

December 17, 2018

Todd Paglia of Stand Earth says Canadians taxpayers increasingly foot the bill for Canada’s fossil fuels industry

Canada’s Government Rejects Postal Union’s Green Vision While Catering To Big Oil

Canada’s Government Rejects Postal Union’s Green Vision While Catering To Big Oil

December 16, 2018

Speaking from COP24, Dave Bleakney of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers, says the Trudeau government has shown little interest in greening Canada’s postal service