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History, Theory and Politics: On Uno Kozo’s Theory of Crisis

519 Kaneff Tower, York University Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Our lives are now besieged by all crises, from inflation, incoming recession, and deadly migration from the Global South to the advance of the far-right and apocalyptic climate disaster. In what ways capital, industrial or financial, is at the heart of these variegated crises? Which is the weakest link to be broken to put an … Keep reading »

Hospital Emergency Town Hall Meetings in Ontario

All across Ontario people have banded together for a century or more to build up our local public hospitals. Many have volunteered, fundraised and donated from their pay cheques because these are vital services for our communities. The Ford government’s plan would dismantle our local public hospitals, taking the profitable services out to for-profit corporations, robbing them … Keep reading »

Reinventing Work with Mike Yates

The Socialist Project is proud to present Reinventing Work, a launch event for Work, Work, Work: Labor, Alienation, and Class Struggle, the insightful new book by Mike Yates. Please join us for this special online event, featuring a presentation from Mike on the book’s perspective and its relevance to today's moment, as well as opportunities … Keep reading »


#DropTheF35Deal Weekend of Action – January 6-8, 2023.

LPSSE launch: Capitalism, Colonialism, Canada

CSI Annex 720 Bathurst St, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Curious about socialism? Interested in a discussion of whether it is really possible and a sober look at the problems it will face? Wondering why socialists put so much emphasis on the working class? In these uncertain and dangerous times, The Leo Panitch School for Socialist Education (LPSSE) is a space to listen, discuss and … Keep reading »

Book Launch: Worlds at Stake

Queen Books 914 Queen St E, Toronto

Join Fernwood Publishing and Queen Books for the launch of Worlds At Stake by Aaron Saad, in conversation with Lana Goldberg. This venue is wheelchair accessible. Light refreshments will be served and masks are strongly encouraged. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Aaron Saad is a writer and professor focusing on the politics of climate justice and the … Keep reading »

Enough is Enough!

Join the fight for good jobs and decent work. Wages that can pay the bills. Housing we can afford. Public services that take care of everyone.

Peace Initiatives

Demonstrations, conferences, grassroots activities and other organized by peace organizations in Europe to stop the war and build the peace. Across Europe, 24 - 26 February, 2023.

Carceral Food Systems Summit

Bridging Food Justice and Prisoner Justice A two-day gathering bringing people together to connect and learn the ways in which food and carceral systems interconnect. On March 31st and April 1st, Carceral Food Systems is hosting a gathering to bring together individuals and organizations working within food justice and prisoner justice contexts and spaces. We … Keep reading »

Resurgence of the Mexican Labour Movement

519 Kaneff Tower, York University Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Over the past year, thousands of workers in factories across Mexico producing goods for multinational corporations from GM to 3M, have joined or formed independent unions, displacing the old pro-employer “protection contract” unions. These struggles have emerged in the context of important changes to Mexican labour law and mechanisms in the new CUSMA/T-MEC/USMCA that penalize … Keep reading »