The PowerShift 2012 conference concluded with a march through Ottawa by over 800 activists calling on Harper to end $1.4 billion in subsidies to fossil fuel companies.
Video of Day 1 of the PowerShift 2012 conference, which seeks to push the Harper Government to act now to stop climate change and social injustice.
Electric young keynote activist speakers and live performances before 1000 attendees kicked off the Power Shift 2012 conference last night at the Canadian Museum of Civilization in Gatineau. MCs Brigette DePape and Clayton Thomas-Mueller of set the tone for the rest of the night – and the 4-day conference
The Canadian Progressive’s publisher and progressive political blogger, Obert Madondo, will be reporting on the 4-day Power Shift 2012 conference taking place in Ottawa and Gatineau on October 26-29, 2012. More than 1000 youth from across Canada are expected for the conference, which seeks to “galvanize
A landmark 1995 election in dictator-ruled Zimbabwe suggests the Supreme Court of Canada should side with the Canadian voter and uphold the Ontario Superior Court decision to nullify the compromised Etobicoke Centre vote.
Kevin Page suing the Harper government over its refusal to comply with his repeated requests for financial information, relating to the 2012 federal budget.
Democracy Now’s Amy Goodman unpacks “The Invisible War” a new documentary that examines the epidemic of rape of soldiers within the U.S. military. She speaks to Trina McDonald and Kori Cioca, two subjects of the film, and the film’s Academy Award-nominated director, Kirby Dick.
By: Maude Barlow | Council of Canadians | Oct. 10, 2012: The Federal Court rejected the Conservative Party MPs’ motions on security for costs against the ongoing legal challenges in the robocall scandal. You’ll remember the Conservative Party MPs called for the nine individual applicants to put