Thanks to Tim Bousquet and Parker Barss Donham for bringing this drone-enhanced vacation video of New York-based Victor Chu‘s trip to Nova Scotia to light. The video is dedicated to Chu’s late father, Jia-li Chu, who apparently always wanted to visit the province, but died before managing to do so.
“You’re left wondering why Tourism Nova Scotia can’t capture our province as skilfully as this,” writes Parker. Continue reading
Filed under Canada, Sighting
TML Weekly is publishing on the occasion of May Day 2017 a photo review highlighting the struggles of the working people of Canada and Quebec since May Day 2016. May Day is a time to carry out summation of the achievements of the workers’ movement in the past year and set goals for what it seeks to achieve in the coming year.
The review highlights some of the many organized actions of the workers in Canada and Quebec over the past year to defend their rights and turn the situation around in their favour. The actions of the workers and people to affirm their rights and the rights and well-being of all are a vivid reminder of why the task of nation-building falls on the workers today. Continue reading
All Out to Defend and Humanize the Natural and Social Environment
The second People’s Climate March is taking place in Washington, DC on Saturday, April 29 at the National Mall, blocks from the White House. Tens of thousands are expected to attend, highlighting the deep concern of the people over climate change and their demand for deep-going transformations to avert the dangers it poses and defend the natural environment. Continue reading
Thanks to Gary Keenan
Fidel and Raúl Castro and Che Guevara in photo which appears on cover of Cien Imagenes de la Revolucion Cubana
Context for the first European image of the Aztec capital, razed by the Spanish in 1521 | KATE WILES