This World Belongs to us! Fight for Worker’s Power!

Throughout the world, workers and oppressed people celebrate May Day, the International Workers’ Day. May Day serves of course to highlight our struggles and victories—those of the past, our current struggles and our victories to come. It is also an opportunity to demonstrate once again our will to resist the various and daily attacks that we undergo from the bosses and all those who defend and impose this system of exploitation and oppression with all its inequalities.

But May Day is not a day of struggle like any other one. For over a century, International Workers’ Day has been a

On this Mayday we call upon the proletariat and oppressed peoples of the world to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution (GPCR) in China. In the GPCR, as a great strategic beacon, the Mao Tsetung Thought was intensely spread and Chairman Mao became the recognized leader of the world revolution and the one who brought forward a new stage of Marxism-Leninism: Maoism.

Five decades after Chairman Mao affirmed that “imperialists and all reactionaries are paper tigers” imperialism has descended further into its prolonged and deep crisis; in a world evermore ridden from storms the conditions to

[UPDATE 2016/04/29] Here is a partial list of the events to which supporters of the PCR-RCP will take part on May Day, International Workers Day. Check for updates in the days prior to May 1st (and send any additional info at

Rally and March for International Workers’ Day

Gathering at 1pm at Grand Parade Square
Organized by the Halifax Dartmouth and District Labour Council – The RSM and supporters of the RCP will form a contingent.
-Facebook event.

May Day 2016 March

Starts at 2pm from Beasley Park
Organized by the Hamilton May Day Coalition and

Wednesday, May 11th at 8pm
Gathering at the Human Rights Monument
Corner Elgin & Lisgar, Ottawa

Many people do not have access to safe abortion services. Unsafe abortions are most common in countries where abortion is illegal or when there is lack of access. One in 8 deaths from pregnancy related reasons is from unsafe abortion. Globally, 21.6 million unsafe abortions are estimated to be performed each year. By making abortion illegal, Campaign Life Coalation wants to make these statistics even higher.

Campaign Life Coalation is a misogynist, reactionary group that has been organizing many events surrounding anti choice views

The Revolutionary Communist Party calls on workers, revolutionary youth, anti-capitalist activists, supporters of indigenous national liberation and all those fighting for a socialist future to take part in the 4th Canadian Revolutionary Conference, to be held on May 21-22, 2016 in Halifax, Nova Scotia. This is the latest in a series of conferences whose objective is to gather and unite the forces who wish to fight for the revolution, destroy the bourgeois Canadian state and establish people’s and workers’ power from coast to coast.

The first CRC was held in autumn 2006 in Montréal and it resulted in the creation

On April 14th in Ottawa a call was put out by a local indigenous activist to have a march and to occupy the Indian Affairs and Northern Development Canada (INAC) offices lobby on 10 Wellington St., Gatineau, Québec. This occupation and march like the others that were planned in major cities in Canada like Montréal, Toronto and Vancouver was created to be in solidarity with Attawapiskat, an indigenous community in a state of crisis after 13 young people tried to kill themselves in one day, the root causes of this being the colonization of indigenous peoples, ongoing genocide by the

We are calling on all comrades and other like-minded anti-capitalists to join our red contingent for this year’s May Day march. May Day was born out of militant working-class struggle. While there are many important issues facing the working class (with some issues affecting certain sections more than others) and we are all waging various struggles, let us unite and hold high the red banner!

Sunday, May 1st at 1pm
Yonge-Dundas Square


This May Day in Sudbury, join us for a march, rally, and other festivities to demonstrate the power of the working class and renew our commitment to fighting for a new world, free of capitalist domination and all oppression!

WHEN: Sunday, May 1, 7pm
WHERE: Gather in parking lot of Food Basics, 400 Notre Dame Ave (look for the red flags)

All days of the year, workers everywhere rebel in a million small, usually isolated ways against unbearable conditions. But on May 1st, the International Day of the Working Class, we strive to unite our common struggles against the imperialist

The Sudbury May Day Committee has been initiated by the Revolutionary Communist Party (Organizing Committee) – Sudbury to organize combative actions and festive events for May 1st, International Workers’ Day. The Committee aims to be the coordinating centre for a coalition of progressive and revolutionary groups and individuals, united for an anti-capitalist, anti-imperialist, combative, and festive May Day! Join us for the launch meeting on Wednesday, April 6, 6-8pm at 84 Station Cafe (84 Elgin St, downtown Sudbury) to get involved in planning.

What is May Day?

A day to celebrate the power of workers, who create all the value

Canadian Revolutionary Conference to be held in Halifax

The East is RED!

The Revolutionary Communist Party presents

Canadian Revolutionary Conference ☭
– Halifax –
May 21-23, 2016

The East Is RED!

Join us for a weekend of political discussions, sharing of perspectives, with the goal of uniting revolutionaries from coast-to-coast!

For more information, or to attend, email: