What's Left This Week

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What’s Left is a weekly digest that delivers a quick overview of current news and events. Articles are curated to focus on left-wing issues in Canada, important international struggles, and provide useful analysis for workers and activists across the country. Subscribe to What's Left and we promise to send you only one email a week.

What's Left 2016-03-27 Volume 51

by Editors (What's Left) — last modified Mar 29, 2016 09:54 AM
New data alarms climate scientists; Massive Black Lives Matter rally in Toronto highlights struggle; Sanders campaign gives hope to political progress regardless of outcome; Black Americans prohibited from employment in legal marijuana industry; Varoufakis is back and it's going to be great; Corbyn hates privatized education, teachers love Corbyn.

What's Left 2016-03-20 Volume 50

by Editors (What's Left) — last modified Mar 22, 2016 11:59 AM
Our 50th edition of What's Left this Week: Resource allocation and building worker power; Universities outsourcing to lower wages; Mass surveillance Canadian Style; Attacks on the Workers' Party of Brazil; and Corbyn's Labour Party, the media and polling.

What's Left 2016-03-18 Volume 49

by Editors (What's Left) — last modified Mar 18, 2016 12:12 PM
Dispatch from the US: While Sanders fights to gain momentum, Trump dominates Republican race; Canada Revenue Agency offers amnesty to wealthy in secret agreement; Medical marijuana workers excluded from Ontario Labour Relations Act protections; How and why we need to get ourselves out of the self care trap:Debate over iPhone encryption a distraction from debate over gun regulation

What's Left 2016-02-21 Volume 46

by Editors (What's Left) — last modified Feb 23, 2016 12:36 PM
What's Left This Week includes an analysis of post-secondary education in Ontario and the call for a Franco-Ontarian university, the Uber fight in Montréal, a book review of February by Lisa Moore and the resurgence of independent bookstores.
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