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The death toll in Quebec's oil train disaster jumped to 13 people on Monday and police said about 37 more people were missing, a sign the derailment and explosion could be the worst accident in Canada since the Swissair crash of 1998. Read more...
Ravaged site is now being treated as a “crime scene” as the railway says someone shut down a locomotive keeping the brakes on. Read more...
Idle No More Toronto -Over 1000 people! Idle No More FlashMob Round Dance Took Over Yonge-Dundas Square today in downtown Toronto as part of the Idle No More rallies happening in solidarity with First Nations across Canada and the Read more...
The Fox station in Oklahoma on Wednesday gave supporters of former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney some helpful tips for fleeing the country before President Barack Obama starts his second term. In the Fox 23 "Beat the Traffic" Read more...
Luke's Global Revolution TV is livestreaming police brutality protests going on now in Montreal, Canada, as well as Occupy Oakland's sit-in and concert for education at Lakeview Elementary School. Read more...

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After reviewing video footage from both parties, Judge Jed S. Rakoff of the federal district court in Manhattan sided with the protesters, clearing the way for a class-action lawsuit... Read more...
This short by Bis Films, a boutique production company based in Montreal, shines a light on the student movement that started in Quebec last winter and has since won support and solidarity throughout Canada and the world. The prevalence of Read more...
Pots and Pans Protest in Québec Read more...
The largest environmental mobilization in Canada's history took place on Earth Day: 300,000 rally in Montréal to tell Canada not to withdraw from Kyoto. The biggest environmental protest in Canada's history took place in the streets of Read more...
Newstalgia Downbeat - The Oscar Peterson Trio - Live At The Hollywood Bowl - 1968.
Newstalgia Downbeat with The Oscar Peterson Trio, live at The Hollywood Bowl, recorded on August 3, 1968. Read more...