Obert Madondo, who protested Harper’s crime Bill C-10 with an 85-day hunger strike, shares the response he received from the Minister of Justice.
Statistics Canada reports that the crime rate reached its lowest level in 40 years in 2011, and that serious crimes dropped six per cent since 1971.
Bother J. Richard Bird, Enbridge’s Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, and his company, Bird Construction Inc., have strong and lucrative ties with the Canadian military and Harper government.
Facing lawsuits at home, U.S. private prison profiteers see the Harper government’s draconian crime Bill C-10 as an opportunity to make some serious cash in Canada.
by: Obert Madondo | June 17, 2012 In Stephen Harper’s Canada, we’re all potential terror threats. Until proven otherwise. So suggests a recent study by Queens University’s Jeffrey Monaghan and Kevin Walby, published in the journal Policing and Society. Welcome to Multi Issue Extremism (MIE), Canada’s new
After 85 days, Ottawa activist and progressive blogger, Obert Madondo, ends his hunger protest against Stephen Harper’s draconian Crime Bill C-10.
By: Obert Madondo | The Canadian Progressive: Below is a copy of my letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper, send today and copied to leaders of elected parties and selected MPs. May 29, 2012 The Right Hon. Stephen Joseph Harper, P.C., M.P. Prime Minister of Canada Langevin Building
Canada Crime Bill C-10 hunger striker, Obert Madondo, to undertake a “final push” for a response from the Prime Minister and Parliament.