The BC Civil Liberties Association has filed a lawsuit against Canadian spy agency ASEC, claims its surveillance of Canadians is unconstitutional.
With Parliament set to resume, coalition calls for effective legal measures to protect the privacy of every resident of Canada against government intrusion
The federal NDP accuses the Harper Conservatives of cutting Employment Insurance to a “new historic low” to deny Canadians help when they need it the most.
Poverty is making Canadians sick, according to a new report released Tuesday by the Canadian Medical Association (CMA), “the national voice of Canadian physicians.”
According to a new survey conducted by the Canadian Women’s Foundation, one in five Canadians think a woman encourages sexual assault when she is drunk.
Seventy per cent of Canadians think it’s time to kick Stephen Harper out of office and elect a new government, according to a new CTV News Ipsos Reid poll.
PM Stephen Harper’s chief of staff Nigel Wright resigned early Sunday following last week’s revelation that he cut a $90,000 personal cheque to cover Sen. Mike Duffy’s fraudulent Senate expense claims. The announcement has set the Twitterverse on fire. “Mr Wright’s resignation doesn’t end the matter – how and why was this deal done,” tweeted former Liberal leader… Read More
By: Obert Madondo | The Canadian Progressive: Canadians have strongly rejected react to Don Cherry’s suggestion that women aren’t equal with men and that female reporters should be barred from male dressing rooms. The 79-year old CBC hockey broadcaster made the sexist comments on Saturday night during his weekly Coach’s Corner part of the popular “Hockey Night in Canada” show.
By: Obert Madondo | The Canadian Progressive: Scouts Canada says Canadians “could be kinder to one another”. Canada’s leading coed youth organization is challenging us to do a “simple act of kindness” to one another during Good Turn Week, April 13-21.
By: Obert Madondo | The Canadian Progressive: We’re invited to join the Hupacasath First Nation’s ongoing fight to delay the ratification of the Canada-China Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement (FIPA)
I stand before you a son of Quebec. A grandson of British Columbia. And a servant of Canada. These Canadians you just met are a few of the thousands I’ve had the honour to meet, to talk with, and to learn from over the past 6 months. Their stories are remarkable. Remarkable, because they are so common… Read More