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Canadian Socialist Action | Capitalism & the Environment on the Eve of COP 27 | with Jeff Sparrow, Yvonne Hanson, Victor Morgan

Capitalism & the Environment on the Eve of COP 27 | with Jeff Sparrow, Yvonne Hanson, Victor Morgan

A new season of Socialist Action webcasts begins with our discussion on 'Capitalism and the Environment – on the Eve of COP 27' with Jeff Sparrow, Yvonne Hanson, and Victor Morgan. Climate catastrophe is not a theory. It is here and now. How did this happen, and what should be done about it? Please join our live webcast on Thursday, September 22nd at 7 PM ET, or watch the recorded presentation anytime on the Socialist Action YouTube Channel.

Crisis, War, Pomp, and Polarization open the Autumn of 2022

Crisis, War, Pomp, and Polarization open the Autumn of 2022

Pierre Poilevre, the hard right-wing career politician, captured the federal Conservative Party leadership with 70.7% of the votes cast on September 10, 2022.  This result reveals that a significant faction of the Canadian ruling class wants to pursue an aggressive austerity agenda, albeit under the populist guise of cutting taxes, while fanning the flames of bigotry and promoting conspiracy theories.

Socialist Action webcast

Socialist Action Webcasts begins a new season

The Socialist Action webcast series returns for a brand new season, featuring a number of great panel guests discussing a number of pressing topics. This season, Socialist Action will be joined by members from across Canada and around the globe, as we discuss important political, social, and economic issues.

Socialist Action March Along with 20,000+ union members for Toronto's 150th Labour Day Parade

Socialist Action March Along with 20,000+ union members for Toronto’s 150th Labour Day Parade

Last Monday, Socialist Action took part in the 150th Labour Day Parade. Organized by the Toronto and York Region Labour Council. Socialist Action was joined by members of the Municipal Socialist Alliance and over 20,000 union members from both the public and private sectors. Comrades and allies marched from Queen and University to the entrance of the CNE. Chanting, singing, waving flags and banners, and even posing for pictures along the way.