The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives has selected Generation Rising as a "staff pick" in its July/August edition of national ...
Generation Rising receives the praises of Canada's national book magazine, Quill & Quire, in a review published in its July/August ...
The Montreal Review of Books sings the praises of Generation Rising in a new review published in its fall edition. The book, released in ...
The NDP's debate over the Leap Manifesto could reignite Canadian politics by re-engaging youth, who want nothing more desperately than to simply believe in the future again. And if we’re fortunate, the bottom-up pressures it unleashes could reshape electoral politics across the land.
In his new book The End of Protest: A New Playbook for Revolution, Occupy Wall Street co-founder Micah White delivers an impassioned plea to reimagine protest for the 21st century. I spoke with Micah in Montreal.
“Sunny ways” are infectious, it seems. On Wednesday, the new Liberal government of Justin Trudeau was sworn in, and the voice of long-buried Canada re-emerged from its winter slumber.
Dig behind the sugary facade of the Trudeau campaign's marketing savvy, and the Liberals are still the party of the corporate elites.
The once-inclusive Bloc Québécois has succumb to trolling for votes on the backs of Quebec's most vulnerable minorities, and they must be made to pay for it at the ballot box.
Four years after the Indignados erupted onto Spain's streets to ignite revolts across Europe and inspire Occupy Wall Street, activists stand poised for power in the country's two largest cities.
The Liberal government speaks at and over the youth, rather than speaking with them.
The current student occupations in Amsterdam and London are the latest chapter in the global youth movement to reverse the tide of commercialization that is dismantling our education systems across the West.
In denying students' historic right to strike, both the Liberals and the carrés verts are perpetrating a violence against our collective memory.