On Saturday, October 16, from 2 to 4 p.m. Peel Socialist Action members hosted a street corner rally complete with literature display, canopy, sound system and distribution of the new SA municipal election 2022 leaflet. Peel and Toronto SA members greeted public transit commuters at Hurontario and Dundasstreets, site of the famous Four Corners, at the intersection of highways #5 and #10, in Mississauga (Cooksville). A number of folks stopped by, listened to spoken words and protest music, bought literature and buttons and signed up for more information. While the afternoon began with an intermittent drizzle and windy conditions, those soon gave way to glorious sunshine. Passing motorists honked in solidarity with the gathering.
The following resolution was adopted by the Central Committee of Socialist Action in Oct. 2021 As Canadians suffer a delta-fueled fourth wave, various provinces are implementing a vaccine passport. Motivation for a vaccine passport stems from a need to increase…
On Thursday Oct. 14 at 7:00 p.m. EDT, watch the next live webcast entitled, "Canada's Foreign Policy in Ruins - China, Israel, Haiti, Venezuela", with Yves Engler, Canada's foremost foreign policy expert. Watch live on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/qzsJ8MoY-ns
In this September 2021 edition of The Red Review, brought to you by Socialist Action, we magnify demands that weren’t on offer during the 2021 federal election.
Featuring (vote) Palestine, defunding the RCMP and police, encampment evictions, the fight for abortion rights, the collapse of the Green Party, Western University students walk out of class, Albertain Superstore employees vote for strike mandate, and the release of Meng Wanzhou.