- Toronto May Day 2013 – International Workers’ Day May 20, 2013
- May Day 2013 in Vancouver May 3, 2013
- Forum on Solidarity January 18, 2012
- Star Ticket Workers Union Wins Election!!! March 7, 2013
- WORKERS UNITE! by IWW correspondent in Zimbabwe August 26, 2012
- The Pamphlet as Passport (part 2) January 12, 2011
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Fellow Education Workers, The Industrial Workers of the World Canadian Regional Organizing Committee urges Ontario rank-and-file teachers union members to keep struggling for justice and respect on the job. The rank-and-file of Ontario’s teachers’ unions have borne the brunt of … Continue reading
On September 20, 2012, CKUT 90.3 FM Off the Hour’s Labour News interviewed Fellow Worker Larry Gambone about his pamphlet, They Died For You. He speaks about what happened with the Ginger Goodwin assassination as well as how his branch … Continue reading
Remind yourself every day of our labour movement’s victories, tragedies and ongoing struggle for working class emancipation and justice! The Canadian IWW Literature Department is now offering the 2013 Solidarity Forever Calendar for $12 plus postage. Fill out the form … Continue reading
Members of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) across Canada stand in solidarity with students and workers across Québec who are taking a courageous stand against rising tuition fees and the government-backed capitalist attack on the working class in … Continue reading
Les membres du Syndicat Industriel des Travailleuses et des Travailleurs (SITT-IWW) de l’ensemble du Canada appuient solidairement toutes les étudiantes et les étudiants ainsi que les travailleuses et les travailleurs du Québec qui s’opposent courageusement à la hausse des frais … Continue reading
The Industrial Workers of the World Canadian Regional Organizing Committee extends its congratulations and support for the workers who are taking direct action and engaging in spontaneous work stoppages at Air Canada.
They Died for You, by Vancouver Island branch members Larry Gambone and DJ Alperovitz, compiles in a 37-page pamphlet the stories of 24 workers who lived and died in Canada during the struggle for their rights.
Fellow Workers and Supporters, Who wants to know more about the IWW? You can now visit the CANROC’s new online store. We are selling working class books, pamphlets and t-shirts to Canadians. Browse and send in your order forms.
Canadian Regional Organizing Committee (CanROC) Public Statement on Kingston IWW Misinformation Fellow Workers and Members of the Public, This is a public statement to correct misinformation about the IWW in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. There is no chartered Industrial Union, General … Continue reading