By: Obert Madondo | The Canadian Progressive: Below is a copy of my letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper, send today and copied to leaders of elected parties and selected MPs. May 29, 2012 The Right Hon. Stephen Joseph Harper, P.C., M.P. Prime Minister of Canada Langevin Building
Canada Crime Bill C-10 hunger striker, Obert Madondo, to undertake a “final push” for a response from the Prime Minister and Parliament.
By: Obert Madondo | The Canadian Progressive: Today I felt really sick. And this is the first time I’ve felt this sick since I started the indefinite hunger protest against Stephen Harper’s cruel crime Bill C-10 on March 24. For over a week now, I’ve been experiencing severe chest pains. Earlier,
By: Obert Madondo | The Canadian Progressive: Another visit to the doctor today, which is day #66 of my indefinite hunger strike protesting Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s cruel new crime law, the deceptively christened “Safe Streets and Communities Act”, formerly omnibus crime Bill C-10. The tests done just
Canada’s crime Bill C-10 hunger protester Obert Madondo says he may not be able to continue communicating with supporters after his hydro service got disconnected.
An update from Obert Madondo on Day 44 of his indefinite hunger protest against Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s cruel crime Bill C-10.
This journal entry covers days 12, 13 and 14 (March 25, 26 and 27) my indefinite hunger strike against Prime Minister Stephen Harper and the Conservatives’ draconian Safe Streets and Communities Act (Bill C-10). I started the peaceful protest at 12:01am on Wednesday, March 14.
Liberal MP Justin Trudeau defeated Patrick Brazeau, a Harper-appointed Conservative senator during a televised “Fight for the Cure” charity boxing match yesterday.