Addressing Monday’s rally against recent sex assaults in Toronto, city councillor, Mike Layton, calls on all men to eliminate violence against women. RELATED: To avoid sex assault, don’t dress “like a whore”: Krista Ford RCMP’s Misogynistic Response to Galliford Sexual Harassment Claim Hundreds of Canadian
Canada’s long-running consumer watchdog show survived the recent brutal CBC budget cuts, after all. “Marketplace” returns on September 14. With seasoned reporters Tom Harrington and Erica Johnson at the helm as co-hosts, the show is in excellent hands. Once again, another season of investigative journalism at its
Canadian writer Margaret Atwood’s book, “Payback: Debt and the Shadow Side of Wealth”, is the basis for this riveting doc by filmmaker Jennifer Baichwal.
A must-watch video on the ongoing fight against Enbridge’s cursed pipeline. The following New Democrat MPs visit Terrace, Kitimat and Kitamaat, British Columbia, and discuss the energy giant’s proposed Northern Gateway Pipeline: Deputy Leader and Environment critic, Megan Leslie (Halifax); House Leader, Nathan Cullen (Skeena-Bulkley
For a second straight day, a Conservative MP hosting Stephen Harper introduces the Dear Leader as “the prime minister of Cannibal”.
Oooops! The Dear Leader makes his Conservative lieutenants wet their pants, doesn’t he? Last night, Yukon Tory MP Ryan Leef was so overjoyed by Harper’s visit that he invited those gathered to “join me in welcoming back to the Yukon, the Prime Minister of Cannibal…
*This is not an Enbridge animation from Shortt and Epic Productions on Vimeo. Last week, Enbridge Inc. insulted Canadians again with an animated propaganda video that omitted the natural resources the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline will destroy. The video omitted thousands of kilometres of islands
This might come as a surprise to most Anglophones in Canada and Quebec. But it’s true. Option Nationale, a party unconditionally committed to separating Quebec from Canada, invites Anglophones to help shape the “future” of the province. To help the province “reach its full potential”.