G20 mass arrests

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Jun 24, 2011

Canada's G20 legacy: How to do everything wrong

Gerry Caplan
This is the first anniversary of the weekend from hell when Canada hosted the G8 and G20 summits. On a variety of fronts we became a role model other nations will study for years to come.
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Apr 30, 2011

The Jaggi Singh trial from inside the courtroom

Carmelle Wolfson
Carmelle Wolfson was in court as activist Jaggi Singh pleaded guilty to 'counselling to commit mischief ' by calling for the G20 fence in Toronto to be torn down. Guilt lies elsewhere, she believes.
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Apr 4, 2011
Last summer's G20 gave police extra overtime and brutality experience in Toronto. Photo: Ty Snadden/tysnaden.com

Canada: Elections 2011 and criminalization of dissent

Stefan Christoff
Reflecting on the realities of a potential Conservative majority, it is critical to consider the systemic actions, undertaken by a Conservative minority parliament, to silence dissent in Canada.

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