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
Canadians are rebuking Conservative MP Kelly Block for celebrating immigrant-bashing Immigration minister Jason Kenney’s cuts to health care for refugees.
by Obert Madondo (@Obiemad) Green Party leader Elizabeth May is calling for a “Guaranteed Livable Income” as a strategy to eradicate poverty in Canada. In a press release commemorating October 17, the United Nations Day for the Eradication of Poverty, the MP for Saanich-Gulf Islands said the Green Party
Here’s the full text of Anonymous’ statement explaining the hacktivist collective’s decision to server ties with Julian Assange’s WikiLeaks.
Hacktivist collective, Anonymous, dumps long-time ally WikiLeaks, says the famous whistle-blowing website has become a one man “Julian Assange show”.