Canada

History of Socialist Fulcrum

THE Socialist Fulcrum, originally Fulcrum, was first published in 1968 as
the journal of the Victoria Local of the SPC. In 1975 it became the official English-language journal of the Socialist Party of Canada

Western Clarion

Western Clarion British Columbia 1910 masthead

Western Clarion (1903-1925) was a newspaper of the Socialist Party of Canada. This is an archive of back issues adapted from
http://online.canadiana.ca/view/oocihm.8_06523
A gallery of cover images is also available
http://libcom.org/gallery/western-clarion

No Compromise - No Political Trading: The Marxian Socialist Tradition in British Columbia Family Tree

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No Compromise - No Political Trading: The Marxian Socialist Tradition in British Columbia Family Tree

Socialist Labor Party pamphlets

Daniel DeLeon, the man and his work

Pamphlets of the Socialist Labor Party adapted from
https://library.syr.edu/digital/guides/s/soc_labor.htm with referencing coming soon

Western Clarion

Western Clarion British Columbia 1910 masthead

Western Clarion (1903-1925) was a newspaper of the Socialist Party of Canada.
https://prolitca.wordpress.com/newspapers/the-western-clarion/
This is a gallery of cover images.
An archive of back issues is also available.

A Victim of Power (Corp) and Police: The La Presse Conflict and the Tear Gas Suffocation of Michele Gauthier

A report on the 1971 conflict at La Presse and the police killing of socialist feminist Michele Gauthier. The broader struggle against Power Corp., the impact of the police killing, and the development of the Common Front and subsequent general strikes.

Iron Bars on the House of Labour

An overlay of two images. The CUPE Ontario Flag with a grouping of cops marching

How accepting surveillance officers and other parts of the repressive state into trade unions is a threat to organizers across so-called Canada...

Monopoly capitalism and the rise of syndicalism – Mark Leier

A portion of the first chapter of labour historian Mark Leier’s 1990 book Where the Fraser River Flows: The Industrial Workers of the World in British Columbia, which may serve as an introduction to the IWW’s syndicalist ideas and practices, as well as what conditions brought about the revolutionary union in the first place.

(Note: Besides the final paragraph, ~3,200 of the last words were left out for the sake of being concise. What was left out went further in depth about how "the essence of the new system of production was [...] in increasing the division of labour and in reducing the initiative of the workers over the work process," showing how some tried to achieve this.)

Imagine - Socialist Party of Canada

Imagine - Socialist Party of Canada

Imagine is the publication of the Socialist Party of Canada since 2002