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Louise speaks out. Photo: VANDU

VANDU fights criminalizing Street Vending Bylaw

VANDU fights criminalizing Street Vending Bylaw

Provincial Judge upholds constitutionality of bylaw that criminalizes the poor. By: Aiyanas Ormond  “Don’t kick us when we’re down,” said Susan Aleck, standing in front of the provincial courthouse in Vancouver. “Let us get up and make ourselves better. Give us some space.” Aleck is one of four members of the Vancouver Area Network of


Does CLASS get in the way of EDUCATION?

by Sadia Khan & Noaman G. Ali Please see full article: Education inequality shocks Thorncliffe Park residents. To get involved or to learn more about Thorncliffe Reach-Out Teach-In (TRT)’s community organizing efforts to challenge these inequalities, e-mail [email protected], or visit the Facebook page,

GM share sale

Canada-Ontario to Lose Billions in Sale of GM Shares

Taxpayer’s bailout money has neither saved jobs nor stabilized GM by Steve da Silva In the midst of the financial crisis, in early 2009 the Ontario provincial and federal governments dumped more than $10.8 billion in loans and debt forgiveness into bailing out General Motors (another $2.9 billion went to Chrysler) – which translated into …