A new study from the Broadbent Institute suggests that right-wing charities are given a pass on CRA audits, while progressives are harassed.
The right-wing charities claim no political activities on their part despite the study's evidence of the opposite.
What do you think about the findings on Harper's selective audits?
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How do we defeat Harper in the 2015 federal election? But, how do we also vote in a progressive government that people want?
Hmm, big questions, folks!
What's the best way to get a progressive government in Canada in 2015?
The New Brunswick provincial election is on Monday, and there are many issues at play!
What do you think the people of New Brunswick should consider as they cast their ballots?
It seems there is a jangling disconnect between what Canadians say they believe in and the values Stephen Harper has enshrined in Canada's laws and practices since his party won majority.
What would you undo from Harper's disastrous re-making of Canada?
So, it's been made pretty clear that progressive charities, not conservative charities, will be the targets of CRA audits.
Why is the Canada Revenue Agency doubling down on its audits of progressive charities?
The ongoing B.C. teachers' strike has left many wondering if students will be back in class on Tuesday, September 2. Though the B.C. government and B.C. teachers still seem on opposite sides, some parents are calling on both sides to end the action.
The teachers are asking for lower class sizes and improved class composition, as well as fair wages. The province says it cannot meet their demands.
What do you think should happen with the B.C. teachers' strike?
This week progressives from across the country have gathered in Ottawa for the Peoples' Social Forum. What do you think will be the biggest thing to emerge from this gathering (which by the way you can watch live at rabble.ca)?