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Video: Bill-C30: How to stop the bill and protect your privacy online. A public forum.

Libby Davies, Vancouver East MP, hosts a public forum in Vancouver about Bill C-30, the Conservative Bill that aims to violate our privacy on the internet. Find out what you can do to prevent the passage of the bill. Moderator: Libby Davies (NDP Member of Parliament, Vancouver East). Speakers: Jasbir Sandhu (NDP Critic for Public Safety), Lindsey Pinto and Glyn Lewis (Open Media.ca), Jim Sayre (President, VCN - Vancouver Community Network) and Michael Vonn (BC Liberties Association). Recorded and livestreamed on rabbletv by Jase Tanner March 21, 2012, at W2.

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Cat Reporter at the 2012 NDP Leadership Convention

In this edition of the Krellant Evening News, Cat Reporter infiltrates the NDP Leadership Convention and discovers the Cat Truth about the coming socialist insurrection!

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Watch the livestream rebroadcast: There's still time to stop Bill C-30 on Internet surveillance

Libby Davies hosts a public forum in Vancouver about Bill C-30, the Conservative Bill that aims to violate our privacy. Livestreamed on March 21 at 7PM PST/10PM EST, watch to find out what you can do to the passage of the bill. Moderator: Libby Davies (NDP Member of Parliament, Vancouver East). Speakers: Jasbir Sandhu (NDP Critic for Public Safety), Sarah Beuhler (Open Media.ca), Jim Sayre (President, VCN - Vancouver Community Network) and Michael Vonn (BC Liberties Association). Details: http://rabble.ca/whatsup/theres-still-time-stop-bill-c-30-internet-surveillance

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Nada Elia: Confronting apartheid - Part 3

Nada Elia, professor at Antioch University, Seattle, organizing committee member of USACBI and founding member of Arab women's activist groups, gives the keynote address at Israeli Apartheid Week, Vancouver, B.C., 2012.

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Nada Elia: Confronting apartheid - Part 2

Nada Elia, professor at Antioch University, Seattle, organizing committee member of USACBI and founding member of Arab women's activist groups, gives the keynote address at Israeli Apartheid Week, Vancouver, B.C., 2012.

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Nada Elia: Confronting apartheid - Part 1

Nada Elia, professor at Antioch University, Seattle, organizing committee member of USACBI and founding member of Arab women's activist groups, gives the keynote address at Israeli Apartheid Week, Vancouver, B.C., 2012.

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Vancouver #robocall rally, part 2

Part 2 of the March 3 rally in Vancouver. Speakers: Irene Lanziger, BC Federation of Labour; Joyce Murray, MP (Liberal) for Vancouver Quadra; Sean Devlin, creator of ShitHarperDid.com and two high school students.

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Vancouver #robocall rally, part 1

Part 1 of the March 3 rally in Vancouver. Speakers: Charlie Demers, Vancouver comedian and writer; Libby Davies, MP (NDP) for Vancouver East; Jamie Biggar, Leadnow's executive director; Adrian Carr, Deputy Leader of the Green Party.

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Air Canada CEO Calin Rovinescu gets served!

On March 2, 2012 hundreds of Air Canada worker and members of IAM, CAW, and CUPE made sure Calin Rovinescu got the message at the Air Canada 75th anniversary party.

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Watch the rebroadcast: The world we want! An evening with Frances Moore Lappe

USC Canada presents an inspiring evening with the visionary author of the ground-breaking Diet for a Small Planet (1971), Frances Moore Lappé. Based on her new book, EcoMind, Lappé confronts our current myths about markets, food, and environmental issues, challenging us to change the way we think so we can create the world we want. Watch live at 7:30PM EST.

 

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