The Monitor

Monitor cover collageFounded 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. The magazine is available to CCPA supporters but can also be purchased at newsstands across the country thanks to our membership with Magazines Canada. 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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Our privacy shield is getting badly battered on every front

by Richard Sharp
December 1, 2005 | National Office

Public awakens to assassination of Medicare, but is it too late?

by John Conway
December 1, 2005 | National Office

Supreme Court ruling supports renewed calls for EI reform

by Margot Young, Jane Pulkingham
December 1, 2005 | National Office

Will the spread of fascism in the U.S. spill over into Canada?

by Ed Finn
November 1, 2005 | National Office

Industrial pollution cancer just another cost of doing business

by F.H. Knelman
November 1, 2005 | National Office

Canadian, U.S. gov'ts refusing to probe electricity disasters

by John Wilson
November 1, 2005 | National Office

World oil shortage could trigger next major shift in global power

by Peter Berg
November 1, 2005 | National Office

UN's "responsibility to protect" policy fails humanitarian test

by Michael Byers
November 1, 2005 | National Office

Hurricane Katrina exposes the fatal flaws of U.S. individualism

by Ed Finn
October 1, 2005 | National Office

Book Review

by Mel Watkins
October 1, 2005 | National Office

Jurists’ private insurance ruling especially negative for women

by Abby Lippman, Amelie Quesnel-Vallee
October 1, 2005 | National Office

Amazingly rapid economic growth has made China “world’s workshop”

by Asad Ismi
October 1, 2005 | National Office

We’ve got our priorities all wrong. Ecology should always come first

by Robert F. Harrington
October 1, 2005 | National Office

G-8 relief of poor nations’ debt comes with strings attached

by Richard Tarnoff
September 1, 2005 | National Office

Life in a toxic environment is getting ever more precarious

by Ed Finn
September 1, 2005 | National Office