|Blog Eva Prkachin | We released a video about abuses at CSEC, and it's already having a huge influence on decision-makers. We need your help to spread the word even further.|
It's a huge win for Canadian privacy rights as Supreme Court rules government warrantless disclosure requests unconstitutionalEva Prkachin | Following huge public outcry, Canada's Supreme Court has ruled that Internet service providers cannot hand your personal information over to law enforcement without a warrant.
|Blog Josh Tabish | This is a crucial week for negotiations on the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Groups from across the political spectrum have launched the online Stop The Secrecy campaign.|
|Podcast Scott Neigh | Jean-Claude Basque talks about the New Brunswick Common Front for Social Justice and its multiple campaigns against poverty.|
|Activist Toolkit | How to create, support and maintain coalitions in a community.|
Activist Toolkit weekly roundup: Black history month, disability and union organizing, workshops on patient rightsSteffanie Pinch | Coalition-building, the International Day of Solidarity for Leonard Peltier, unionizing your university, taking on non-violent street actions, workshops and more!
|Blog Aalya Ahmad | 'Tis the season for United Way workplace fundraising campaigns. But in Ottawa, a coalition of concerned people is asking: Is Big Charity getting too big for our communities?|
|News Elizabeth Littlejohn | Imagine: Yoko Ono pulled the plug on Stephen Harper -- today, at last, voters have a chance to do this themselves at the ballot box.|
|Blog Griselda Grumpfuttock | Foretelling the rise of the Tyrant Stephanus Harperius, whose relentless campaign of duplicity duped the populace into electing him as Dictator of Canadania.|
|Columnists Linda McQuaig | Harper's determined efforts to demonize the notion of a coalition has helped push it off the agenda, even though coalitions are perfectly legitimate.|
|News Cheryl McNamara | A group of citizens have formed Canadians for Coalition to educate the public on the validity of coalition governments, and encourage the Liberals and NDP to consider this option.|
|Blog Dionne Brand | What politicians do is ventriloquise a set of sounds meant to gesture to some issue or event but if we really listen, these words are completely incomprehensible and have no relation to their meaning.|