Newspaper, La Voce Operaia, November 18, 1933
La Voce Operaia, literally translated to "The Workers' Voice," was a bi-weekly anti-fascist newpaper that was published for the Italian Canadian community. The paper was published in Toronto between 1933-34, with the first issue printed in July of 1933. It was edited by the workers of the Mazzini Club and was the first of three leftist newspapers established during the 1930s. It was highly political in nature, providing a socialist outlook and attacking fascism. The paper often published facts and reports about Italy, shedding light on the living and working conditions of the Italian people. It also strove to expose what the editors believed to be the fraudulent and dangerous activities of the local fascist organizations in Canada.