This year, May 1st has special significance for the Canadian proletariat. It coincides with the centenary of an event whose recollection remains forever engraved in its memory, an event that, at the time, allowed it to learn fundamental lessons and, above all, to forge essential weapons that are still used today in our struggle against the capitalists: the Winnipeg General Strike.

On May 1st, 1919, Winnipeg construction workers – followed the next day by metallurgy workers – went on strike to obtain better wages, shorter days and union recognition. Two weeks later, following the bosses’ categorical refusal to negotiate with

Montréal demonstration on Thursday, March 8 at 6:30pm
Gathering at Square Cabot (corner Atwater & Sainte-Catherine)

–Facebook event.

Too few people are aware that March 8 was born out of the revolutionary fervor of communist women, who in 1910, meeting for the 2nd Socialist International, decided to add a day to the calendar celebrating the courage of proletarians in constant struggle against their capitalist exploiters. Women such as Clara Zetkin and Alexandra Kollontai wanted the proletariat to pay a yearly tribute to its feminine component; they wanted the bourgeoisie to tremble yearly, faced with the tenacity of working women

Sunday, January 28th at 7pm (doors open at 6:30)
At Maison Norman Bethune

9697, boul. Saint-Laurent (3rd Floor)

–Facebook event.

Sunday, January 28th will mark the 11th anniversary of the founding of the Revolutionary Communist Party (PCR-RCP). On this occasion, the Party will organise an evening of celebration at the Maison Norman Bethune in Montreal. The event will allow for presenting the content of the 10th edition of the theoretical magazine Arsenal. The evening will as well constitute the launch of a broad political initiative entitled “Let us fight for socialism and our demands”, a 15-month campaign

10 Years, it’s ought to be celebrated!

On the occasion of its 10th Anniversary, the Montréal section of the Revolutionary Communist Party (PCR-RCP) will gather around sympathizers and friends.

A decade after its foundation, the PCR-RCP has become an unavoidable figure of the pancanadian militant landscape. Strong of its participation in various struggles and of the consolidation of its revolutionary strategy, the PCR-RCP wishes to share with you a wonderful evening to underline the proletariate’s advances here and elsewhere. This event will also be the opportunity for us to launch our May Day (International Workers’ Day) 2017 campaign.

Music and

A single spark can start a prairie fire!

Revolutionary Communism goes west!

In late January, the Revolutionary Communist Party of Canada (PCR-RCP) will be hosting a series of events throughout Western Canada as part of our expansion into the prairie provinces!

“What is revolutionary communism? How can it help you turn the tables on your boss, your slumlord, the cops and other class enemies? What are revolutionary communists up to in Canada, from coast to coast, and around the world? What is the Maoist perspective on making revolution a reality?”

Join the Revolutionary Communist Party (PCR-RCP) for an informative presentation on these topics, and find out how to get involved! The talk

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 conference will take place in Halifax to allow activists from the Atlantic Provinces and members


Counter Protest Against the March “for Life”

Thursday, May 12 at noon
Gathering at Confederation Park
at 100 Elgin St., Ottawa

For the 3rd year, we are protesting the reactionary and misogynist March for Life, lead by the Campaign Life Coalation. They claim to march “for life” but in reality they march for denying gender oppressed people’s bodily autonomy through opposing abortion. Come join us at Confederation Park at 12:00, where we will take the streets to protest these misogynist reactionaries! Together,we can stop the March for Life!

Points of unity:

  • Maintain and improve abortion access as well as sexual and reproductive health care.
  • Defend our bodily

[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

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