The Monitor

Monitor cover collage Founded in 1994, the Monitor is the CCPA's bimonthly (six times a year) policy and current affairs magazine, covering issues of critical importance to the related goals of social, economic and environmental justice. To receive the Monitor at home or work, or to subsribe on behalf of a friend, click here to make a donation to the CCPA.

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Conformity and dissent

September 1, 2007 | National Office

Labour relations faces major shakeup from Court ruling

by Roy J. Adams
September 1, 2007 | National Office

Proposed “Triple-E” Senate falls short of needed reform

by Paul Bobier
September 1, 2007 | National Office

Medicare's foes fail to stop its birth in Saskatchewan

by Ed Finn
July 1, 2007 | National Office

Supreme Court rules that labour rights are Charter rights

by Duncan Cameron
July 1, 2007 | National Office

Canada plays sordid role in suppression of democracy in Haiti

by Regan Boychuk
July 1, 2007 | National Office

NAFTA, SPP, and Super-Corridors threaten our water

by Janet M. Eaton
July 1, 2007 | National Office

Who'll shape our future? All Canadians or just the élites?

by Ricardo Grinspun, Yasmine Shamsie
June 1, 2007 | National Office

Ending child poverty has economic as well as moral benefits

by Ed Finn
June 1, 2007 | National Office

CCPA Executive Director addresses Commons committee

by Bruce Campbell
June 1, 2007 | National Office

It's tuition fees that are regressive, not public funding

by Hugh Mackenzie
June 1, 2007 | National Office

Nuclear power won't clean up the Alberta tar sands

by Marita Moll
June 1, 2007 | National Office

Regulations absolutely essential for Canadians’ health and safety

by Murray Dobbin
May 1, 2007 | National Office

Drug research now done mainly to protect profits, not public health

by Joel Lexchin
May 1, 2007 | National Office

Ending grading frees academia, reintroduces education

by David Noble
May 1, 2007 | National Office