FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media contact: 647.822.8764 email@example.com www.ccla.org TORONTO, November 11, 2011 – The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) is concerned about various actions being contemplated and taken across the country in relation to the Occupy protests taking place in many Canadian cities. Freedom of
Renowned Indian writer and global justice activist Arundhati Roy discusses the Occupy movement, Indian rebels and her new book on Democracy Now. “What they are doing becomes so important because it is in the heart of empire, or what used to be empire,” Roy said. “And
The Occupy Ottawa Movement faces a little moral dilemma on Remembrance Day tomorrow: to protest or not to protest?
(Originally Published on Occupy Ottawa website) The Occupy Ottawa Movement observed a moment of silence before its General Assembly last night to commemorate the death of Vancouver Occupier, Ashlie Gough. The 23-year-old Victoria native died of an apparent overdose at the Occupy Vancouver encampment on
Occupy Ottawa, Carleton University Dept of Sociology and Anthropology, to Co-sponsor Discussion on Capitalist Culture
The recent hurricane of negative media coverage just isn’t slowing Occupy Ottawa down. Especially where “outreach” and “public education/engagement” is concerned.
When Prime Minister Stephen Harper appointed Angelo Persichilli as his director of communications, he showed the Conservatives contempt of Quebec and the French language. The Toronto native can’t speak French. Last Thursday’s appointment of Michael Ferguson as Canada’s next auditor general takes the contempt beyond