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December 18, 2018

2018 Photo Review

Taking Bold Stands in Defence
of the Rights of All and to
Make Canada a Zone for Peace

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TML Daily continues its month-by-month 2018 Photo Review with the struggles waged by the working people of Canada and Quebec and the Indigenous peoples in February.

The month began with activities to mark the 75th anniversary of the Soviet victory at the Battle of Stalingrad. This work was taken up by activists of CPC(M-L) to provide people with an outlook that serves their interests, by rejecting the Cold War historiography of the ruling circles used to justify aggression abroad and the anti-social offensive at home, while the people should consider themselves powerless to change the situation.

February also saw stands being taken by public sector workers in defence of their rights and the rights of all. These included workers in Quebec's health network who are courageously defending their rights and that of the people to adequate public health care against vicious anti-social restructuring. Federal public sector workers broke the silence on the disastrous Phoenix pay system that since its introduction has been wreaking havoc in their lives, with a purported solution still years away.

Outstanding in February was the national outcry against the brutal treatment of Indigenous peoples by the Canadian state and its judicial system. This was brought to the fore once again when a not-guilty verdict was rendered in the killing of Indigenous youth Colten Boushie of the Red Pheasant First Nation in Saskatchewan.

This verdict came just days before the yearly 28th annual Women's Memorial Marches in cities across the country to demand justice for all the Indigenous women and girls who have gone missing or been murdered.

At the end of the month came another not-guilty verdict in the trial of the person accused of killing fourteen-year-old Tina Fontaine. Tina's death in 2014 had galvanized the demand for a national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. Like in the case of Colten Boushie, the failure to render justice and hold anyone to account in this case revealed the racist, genocidal outlook of the Canadian state toward Indigenous peoples that considers them, especially the youth, to be disposable "fair game."

The month drew to a close with the working people of Nova Scotia taking a stand against the anti-social offensive of the McNeil Liberal government.

These events are an expression of the political crisis in which Canada is mired for which the people must find solutions. 



February 4
Meetings and film showings in a number of cities across the country on the 75th anniversary of the Soviet victory over the Nazi invaders at the Battle of Stalingrad bring out the significance of the courageous sacrifices of the Soviet peoples then and now.

Toronto


Windsor


Vancouver


February 8
Rally at the Quebec National Assembly demands the government intervene for a negotiated end to the lockout of the ABI aluminum workers.


February 9
Federal public sector workers in Edmonton rally to demand that problems in the Phoenix pay system be immediately fixed. As of 2018, the number of incidents of improperly paid employees is 300,000 and growing. The government says the problem will only be sorted out in five years time at the cost of billions of dollars.

February 10-14
Several days of action follow the not-guilty verdict in the trial of Gerald Stanley for the killing of Indigenous youth Colten Boushie of the Red Pheasant First Nation in Saskatchewan.


Ottawa

 Saskatoon

Regina





Prince Albert


Dawson City


Whitehorse


Yellowknife


Iqaluit


Victoria


Vancouver

Edmonton



Calgary



Lethbridge


Winnipeg



Thunder Bay



Sudbury



Windsor


London


Kitchener


Toronto



Ottawa



Montreal



Fredericton


Halifax


Charlottetown

(Photos: TML, J. Mann, T. Rex, M. Jacques, L.W. Bathory, C. Morrit-Jacobs, F. MacDonald, M. Pierre, K.D.T. Barefoot, J.A. Gale, A.L. Eagle Speaker, M. Corbett, F.H. Pewapisconias, Colonialism No More, S. Dixon, D. Crocker, W. Fiddler, M. Katt, D. MacClellan, M. Roy, L. Henry Whiteye, N. Forde, P. Barata, Silence Is Violence U of T, J. Stayshyn, Red Works Photography, J. Ngiam, M. Gaju, @sauvage2heart, Council of Canadians, J. Brake, P. Bourque, agencies.)

February 12
Health care workers hold an action in Gatineau to mark the third anniversary of the anti-social Bill 10 that continues to have serious negative effects on the health care system, including cutbacks and untenable working conditions that result in critical personnel shortages.

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This protest in Cap-aux-Meules, Quebec, affirms the right of seasonal workers to a livelihood that permits them to live in dignity and at a Canadian standard. They specifically call for an Employment Insurance regime that provides them an income throughout the off-season, and does not leave them facing the "black hole" where there is neither work nor Employment Insurance.

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February 14
Memorial marches and gatherings demand justice for missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls in at least 20 towns and cities across Canada, many in British Columbia, where the first Memorial March was held 28 years ago in Vancouver. A similar situation faces Indigenous women in the U.S., where marches took place in 10 U.S. cities, several for the first time.

Vancouver


Port Hardy

Courtenay


Fort Ware

Prince Rupert

Prince George


Terrace



Penticton


Calgary


Edmonton


Winnipeg

Sault Ste Marie

Thunder Bay

Windsor

Toronto



Montreal

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Photography, D.P. White Quills, D. Taylor, L. Fabriz, Gladys Radek)

Weekly pickets and petition signings calling for peace on the Korean Peninsula
continue in Toronto, as well as in other parts of the country. These activities strike a chord with peace-loving Canadians, as the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics in south Korea take place, where the joint efforts of north and south Korea to make them a success by advancing the cause of peace and reunification are the highlight of the games.


February 17
Monthly pickets in Montreal (shown below), Ottawa and Vancouver demand the U.S. end its blockade of Cuba.

February 19
Nurses at the Hull Hospital in Gatineau hold a sit-in to denounce the miserable working conditions in which they are forced to work that compromise the health and safety of patients in the Outaouais as well as that of the nursing staff.


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February 21
Protest at Service Canada offices in Richibucto, New Brunswick opposes the federal government's Employment Insurance changes and demands an end to the "black hole" that leaves them with neither work nor EI benefits.


February 23-27
Actions across Canada remember Tina Fontaine and demand justice for her mistreatment and death, and justice for all the missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.

Vancouver; Victoria


Prince George

Penticton


Calgary




Edmonton



Regina

Winnipeg




Thunder Bay


Sudbury


Guelph


Toronto


Ottawa


Montreal


Fredericton


Halifax

(Photos: TML, A. Brandt, A. Crawshaw, E. Ruddy, SCO Inc., MMIW Inquiry, J.J. Sylvestor, D. Penner, K. McGowan)

February 26
The third anniversary of continuous weekly pickets in Vancouver to stop Bill C-51, the Anti-Terrorism Act, is marked with a picket at Commercial and Broadway Skytrain Station, where the first picket was held.

February 27
"Nova Scotians Rise Up" day of action sees 1,000 workers from all walks of life, youth and students come together throughout the afternoon at the opening of the Nova Scotia legislature to denounce the anti-social agenda of the McNeil Liberal government and its attacks on rights.


February 28
Public service workers in Ottawa demand the government sort out the problems caused by the Pheonix pay system.


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