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Today, protests demand justice for Cindy Gladue. Follow them here.

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Today, there are demonstrations across Canada to express outrage at the verdict in the case of Cindy Gladue. For more information on joining the protest in your city, search Justice for Cindy Gladue on Facebook. You can follow the Twitter feed from the demonstrations across Canada here:

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Long-awaited 'vice-president' position to be added to Harper cabinet

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Stephen Harper is expected to announce an unprecedented change to the Canadian parliamentary system when he introduces a "vice-president" to his Conservative cabinet next week, sources say. 

It's a startling, if not entirely unexpected move by the Prime Minister, who has long expressed admiration for the American-style republican system and has found his executive vision for Canada repeatedly frustrated by parliamentary protocols and judiciary oversight.

"The time was right," said an unnamed source in the Prime Minister's office. "The Prime Minister has been enamoured for a long time with the policies and ideology that characterized the Bush presidency and with this addition to the cabinet, Parliament Hill will be the next best thing to the White House."

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Greenhouse gas policies give Canada a bad rep, Megan Leslie

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March 31 was deadline day for countries that were ready to submit their greenhouse gas reductions to the United Nations. The United States, Mexico and the EU have stepped up. Where's Canada?

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| March 26, 2015

Printemps2015: Quebec anti-austerity protests begin

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Personal account of witnessing the mass arrest of 100 students simply for protesting in Quebec City yesterday.

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Watch: Bill C-51 is really about corporate greed for land, water and resources

Gidagaakoonz Mooz Ndootem (Crystal Greene) of Grassroots Indigenous Water Defence spoke to a crowd of about a thousand people who rallied at Winnipeg City Hall to express opposition to Bill C-51, the so-called The Anti-Terrorism Act that Stephen Harper's Conservative government introduced January 30, 2015.

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| March 16, 2015

Listen: Day of Action against Bill C-51 in Toronto

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On Saturday March 14, thousands of people all across Canada took to the streets to protest Bill C-51. Here are the powerful speeches from Toronto.

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Everything you need to know about Bill C-51

Do you want to protest against Bill C-51? Not sure where you can join in? Look no further, we've got a list of protests, some online petitions, and a press release for you right here.

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Find the C-51 protest in your community

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On March 14, which is this Saturday, people will gather together in communities across Canada for an emergency Day of Action to stop the government's "secret police" law Bill C-51. If you are not able to attend these protests, you can sign one of these OpenMedia campaign or Leadnow campaign or this one from Amnesty International.

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