A Globe and Mail reporter captures the exchange of gun fire in Parliament Hill building Wednesday October 22.
Toronto musicians Amai Kuda and Y Josephine released a music video Tuesday night in support of Olivia Chow -- a catchy tune with lyrics including of "vote "Chow" to Ford" and "get the bigots off the ballot."
The video appeared along with this note on their YouTube account: "The makers of this song and video wish Rob Ford a speedy recovery from his health challenges. We do, however, feel the city of Toronto also needs to recover from Ford politics and that Olivia Chow is the person to lead us forward."
Pulitzer-prize winning journalist Glenn Greenwald was in Ottawa October 25. He spoke about privacy, state surveillance, and its impact on Canadians at an event in downtown Ottawa sponsored by rabble.ca and OpenMedia.ca, and produced by Bill Owen of Eyestir Communications. If you would like to see more of these kinds of productions, please consider making a donation to rabble.ca / donate
The discussion with Glenn Greenwald was followed by a moderated Q&A by journalist Jesse Brown.