What's Left

What’s Left is the Citizens' Press email newsletter.

Click here to join the free What’s Left email newsletter. “Seriously, an email newsletter?” We know what you’re thinking: Grunge rock, Jean Chrétien, and email newsletters – all popular in the nineties, but not anymore. Who reads email newsletters anymore? Well, we’re betting you will read this one. Important struggles are being fought across Canada, with unions, citizens’ groups and activist collectives on the front-lines. While social media has had a tremendous impact, tabloid-style content has become the status-quo.

In each issue we will round up the most significant developments in these struggles and highlight important things to watch for in the week ahead.

They are archived here for your convenience.

What's Left 2017-05-28 Volume 94

Ontario's Changing Workplaces Review; Poll says most people want Greens to Side with NDP in British Columbia; Citizens' Press Brazil Correspondent Report; Corbyn Gaining Ground; OECD takes a look at UBI and finds it wanting as a solution; Book review: Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston

What's Left 2017-05-14 Volume 93

Putting organizing at the top of the agenda in the Canadian labour movement; Desmond Cole case reignites age-old debate; Canadian media proves ignorance on cultural appropriation; Middlemarch: a study of provincial life through the ages; On writing in hard times