By Alexis J. On March 8th, International Working Women’s Day (IWWD) workers from the Revolutionary Workers Movement (RWM) took to the streets of Guelph to celebrate working women and distribute revolutionary literature. The RWM stated that they were out on the streets to talk with people and try to recruit new people to the workers … Continue reading GUELPH: Workers Support Women’s Day
By: Emily K. Friday February 21st – Teachers partook in a province wide strike against government cutbacks to education. In the latest of a series of strikes, teachers continue to express their grievances against the increase of class sizes, the removal of special education funding and mandatory online courses. The four largest teachers’ unions in … Continue reading ONTARIO: First Unified Teacher Strike since 1997
By: Luc M. Due to the reactionary Ford government's refusal to bargain fairly the teachers unions are being forced to become more militant. The educational workers are demonstrating against cutbacks that would be detrimental to both school staff and students in many ways: the government seeks to increase class sizes from 22 students to 25, … Continue reading GUELPH: Support the Strike! No Cuts to Education!