Tag: FreeTransit

  • Occupy Toronto: Subway Mic Check

    Toronto — 17 April 2012. Getting ready for May Day 2012, Occupy Toronto takes to transit to spread the word! Join Occupy Toronto and the 99% as we celebrate May … Watch video »

  • Transit Forum 2012

    Toronto — 3 March 2012. Moderated by Paul M. Jonah Schein – NDP Urban Transport Critic, Davenport MPP Arabi Rajeswaran and Mckenzie – Rexdale Youth TTC Challenge Brenda Thompson – … Watch video »

  • #OccupyTTC

    Toronto — 5 December 2011. View short 3-minute version. A group of people from OccupyToronto paid their fare and rode the subway cars of the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC). They … Watch video »

  • No TTC Fares on Smog and Heat Alert Days!

    Toronto — 6 July 2011. During Extreme Heat Alerts, the City of Toronto counsels people to seek shelter and opens cooling centres across the City. People are at risk of … Watch video »

  • Stop Signs

    Booklaunch: Stop Signs: Cars and Capitalism on the Road to Economic, Social and Ecological Decay, with authors Bianca Mugyenyi and Yves Engler. Watch video »

  • No Fare is Fair

    A Roundtable with Members of the Greater Toronto Workers’ Assembly Transit Committee The Greater Toronto Workers’ Assembly (GTWA) is a promising new initiative aiming to build a united, non-sectarian, and militant … Keep reading »

  • Free Transit and Movement Building

    The demonstrations surrounding the G20 summit in Toronto unfolded more or less as scripted. The state spent obscene amounts of public money to install security cameras in Toronto’s streets, build … Keep reading »

  • Free and Accessible TTC!

    Toronto, July 16, 2010. Part 1: Deb Cowen – University of Toronto Department of Geography. Karen Sun – former Executive Director of Chinese Canadian National Council Toronto Chapter and current … Watch video »

  • What Emergency? An Assessment of Toronto’s 2008 Transit Strike

    Last weekend’s two-day transit strike in Toronto raises anew and in starker terms two issues of longstanding concern to the labour movement in this city and throughout the province. First, … Keep reading »