An NDP victory would mark a defeat for the corporate parties, and therefore we advise against abstensionism – no matter how well intentioned. But neither do we recommend a passive NDP vote. Read More +
Canada falls into Recession
The Bank of Canada (BoC) has now acknowledged that the Canadian economy likely contracted by 0.6% from January to March, and by 0.5% from April to June. With this, Canada, for the first time since the 2008-2009 financial collapse, has entered into a recession. Read More +
A Very Albertan Coup
Faced with a victory of the NDP in the election, the oil barons and corporations united with the Tories and the corporate media launch a vicious onslaught against “socialism” and the NDP. Read More +
What happened to the Quebecois Spring?
The momentum and élan that was built up amongst students and organized workers for a showdown with the Liberal government heading into the spring of 2015 in Quebec has dissipated. A feeling of disappointment hangs in the air as everyone is asking “what happened to the Quebecois spring?” Read More +
Fightback's 2015 Political Perspectives
This perspectives document was discussed and ratified at the 15th annual congress of Fightback on 16-18 May, 2015. Read More +
Hugo Chavez the man is no longer with us, but he lives on. We pledge ourselves to do everything in our power to step up the fight for socialism in Venezuela and throughout the world. That is the only way to honour the memory of Hugo Chavez.
The crisis of the euro resembles a long drawn-out death agony. There is one “decisive” summit after another, each proclaiming a definitive end to the euro crisis. The bourgeoisie finds itself adrift in uncharted waters with no map or compass.
The Quebec student movement has provided a beacon of hope for working people and youth across the world. The attempt by the Charest government to nearly double tuition fees in the province has sparked massive resistance and shaken the government.