Links checked March 27, 2012
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of Canada (Marxist-Leninist)
Left Business Observer
Industrial Workers of the World (IWW)
Social Sciences Virtual Library (part of the WWW Virtual Library)
Utne Reader Online
World Socialist Web Site - Published by the International Committee of the Fourth International (ICFI)
The ICFI is the leadership of the world socialist movement, the Fourth International founded by Leon Trotsky in 1938.
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"Progressive Bloggers is a group of Canadian bloggers who firmly believe that this great country needs to move forward, not backwards. Be they Liberal or liberal, New Democrats or democrats, Green voters or voters who want a green country, or even Red Tories searching for a home, these bloggers believe that Canadian politics should move in a progressive direction. On these blogs you will read about the importance of the environment, the need to preserve Canadas social programs and its multicultural mosaic. Youll see posts on why national unity is important and on why there are worse problems than letting two people who love each other marry. If you have a progressive blog, be sure to join this group. If you enjoy reading progressive blogs, then youve come to the right place."
"We are an independent, socially active, and nationally representative web magazine, that gives activists, organizations, and socially conscious media producers a forum for watching, listening, reading, and interacting with the issues that Canadians are dealing with, that may not have representation in the mainstream media. Our mission is to give a place for the voices of those that are less heard, or ignored, who do not have the chance to represent themselves in the media. CitizenSHIFT is a valuable tool for organizations and individuals to have their issues talked about, and utilizing all the forums that multimedia interaction can offer.
Our content is dictated by the submissions that we receive, but there are often shared themes between groups and media makers. Currently we are showcasing different activist artists work and perspectives on poverty and homelessness in the different chapters of the web magazine. In the chapter, REEL COMMUNITY the film and its filmmakers of Hide and Go Homeless are featured, telling their rigorous journey to get their film finished against all odds. In REBELS WITH A CAUSE CitizenSHIFT features Craig Chivers, a photosensitive artist whose activism through photography is showcased, along with interviews with Craig."
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Socialist Group (NSG)
"We are an organization of socialist activists. We publish NEW SOCIALIST, a magazine offering radical analysis of politics, social movements and culture. Our website and magazine are forums for people who want to strengthen today's activism and for those who wish to replace global capitalism with a genuinely democratic socialism. We believe that the liberation of the working class and oppressed peoples can be won only through their own struggles."
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At a meeting in Toronto in the fall of 2000, some 750 activists responded to a call to rebuild the left by developing a structured movement against capitalism. (...) The Socialist Project does not propose an easy politics for defeating capitalism or claim a ready alternative to take its place. We oppose capitalism out of necessity and support the resistance of others out of solidarity. This resistance creates spaces of hope, and an activist hope is the first step to discovering a new socialist politics.
Socialist Links - 200+ online resources for social activists!
is a project of the Resist! Collective
"The Resist! Collective is a group of Vancouver-based activists working to provide communications and technical services, information and education to the greater activist community. The Resist! Collective (Resist!) and resist.ca project grew out of the old Vancouver TAO collective.
Leftist and 'Progressive' Links - links to 245+ Canadian organizations
involved in social justice issues and activism
Jay's Leftist & 'Progressive' Internet Resources Directory
" A Web Portal for all Good People around Planet Earth who are anti-War, anti-Imperialist, anti-Racist, anti-Sexist, and anti-Homophobic and who want to Fight Back and build together a Better World"
"...Canadian nationalists, resources and discussion relating to Canada. Editorials, articles, discussion groups, and resource links are at your disposal"
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"Eat the State is a shamelessly biased political journal. We want an end to poverty, exploitation, imperialism, militarism, racism, sexism, heterosexism, environmental destruction, television, and large ugly buildings, and we want it fucking now. We are not affiliated with any political group or party. We publish EAT THE STATE! as a not-for-profit way of sharing information, resources, opinions, and hopefully inspiring ACTION in our community."
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