The United Nations declared the 1960s the first development decade. This should be the decade of democracy, without which there can be no human development.
Politics in Canada
Kenney's political interference in banning George Galloway and his efforts to cover it up by trying to censor documents is reprehensible in its own right.
Some of rabble's staff spent the week-end poring through federal court documents in the upcoming court date on the George Galloway ban from Canada (The court date is April 26th)
Documents reveal potentially damaging implications for the Minister Jason Kenney, and possible repercussions for the government's use of national security claims. View the documents.
David J. Climenhaga
A chance for Conservative 'advocates of free speech' to redeem themsleves looms.
Part Two: Were these documents damaging to Jason Kenney? Did the immigration minister say too much in the House of Commons?
A new Trade Justice Network has released the so-far secret text of the Canada/E.U. trade agreeement. What's on the table should concern everyone.
Part One, plus link to Part Two: U.K. MP George Galloway vs. Immigration Minister Jason Kenney. The Galloway ban hearing has been postponed until Wednesday.
Proposed language would open Canada's telecommunications sector to full foreign ownership, restrict municipal procurement policies and make banking and financial regulation much more difficult.