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David J. Climenhaga | The Russian intervention in Syria seems to have produced at least in the short term several benefits for Canadian taxpayers.
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various | A large and continually growing group of lawyers, activists and academics add their voices to the chorus of citizens concerned about the ramifications of Bill C-51.
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rabble staff | Gidagaakoonz Mooz Ndootem (Crystal Greene) spoke to a crowd of about a thousand people who rallied at Winnipeg City Hall to express opposition to Bill C-51.
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Chris Hedges | Chris Hedges was scheduled to speak at the Toronto protest against Bill C-51 on Saturday. Weather delayed his plane, but rabble.ca was able to obtain the text of his address, and we present it here.
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Karl Nerenberg | Elsewhere on rabble.ca Michael Laxer has made the argument that the NDP is soft on C-51 because Mulcair says, in office, the NDP would amend it not scrap it. Laxer is wrong.
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Matthew Behrens | Bill C-51 grants new powers to already hyperactive state security agencies, and baits as "soft on terror" anyone who questions the bill's necessity. Here is a primer on key provisions in the bill.
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Louis-Philippe Rochon | With his economic cards on the table, Harper's hand is proving to be very weak. In order to win an election, he must create momentum, but the state of the economy won't give him this opportunity.
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Humberto DaSilva | Harper's petro-monoconomy is tanking. So naturally, he's doubling down on terror for election time!
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Monia Mazigh | About a week ago, Public Safety Minister Vic Toews overruled a decision made by the warden of Millhaven Institution, and refused an interview request by the Canadian Press to speak with Omar Khadr.
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Public Safety Minister Vic Toews (Photo: Adrian Wyld / CP)
David P. Ball | The Canadian Civil Liberties Association warns that last night's passage of Bill S-7 is "very dangerous." The group's national security director Sukanya Pillay explains why.