It’s been an important week for Quebec student protesters, and we had lots of coverage in our blogs section! Ethan Cox discusses a poll which was released Tuesday with encouraging results for protesting students, and on Thursday he argues again that if you go by the numbers, students are winning. Plus, be sure to visit Christopher Majka’s post from Thursday, where he engages with Margaret Wente’s suggestion Quebec students are entitled and greedy. Read it so you have a comeback.
There were also demonstrations in Chicago on Saturday May 19, where Canadians joined global protests against NATO. John Bonnar has video! Watch the Canadians in action; hear some of the activists give speeches and make arguments.
The Democracy Watch Blog pointed out some loopholes in recommended changes to Federal Lobbying regulations.
For quick and handy reference, Derrick O’Keefe neatly outlines eight reasons Canadians should be apologizing for Harper.
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