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Council of Canadians | The Federal Court has found in no uncertain terms that widespread election fraud took place during the 2011 federal election.
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David Yager
David J. Climenhaga | The way they dealt with these superficially similar cases, you'd almost think the Harper Conservatives in Ottawa were the farm team, and the Wildrose Party in Alberta were the pros!
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The Council of Canadians Vancouver chapter participates in Monday's Toxic Tour.
Brent Patterson | On Monday a 'Toxic Tour' march took place to 'expose Vancouver-based mining companies.' The tour started at the Goldcorp SFU Centre for the Arts and ended at the BC Mining Week's Opening Gala Event.
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Maude Barlow | Common Causes is an assembly of social movements dedicated to defending democracy, social justice, the environment and human rights in the face of an all-out assault by the Harper government.
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Karl Nerenberg | The current "robocalls" case in Federal Court is about votes that never got into the ballot box -- possibly a great many votes.
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Stuart Trew | We still have time to stop the FIPA, which was not ratified on November 2 as many had suspected. Write to MPs asking them to tear up the FIPA with China.
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Larkin Schmiedl | The existing Trans Mountain pipeline runs very close to the site of the controversial proposed Ajax mine blasting pit in Kamloops, B.C.
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Steven Shrybman
Karl Nerenberg | Council of Canadians' lawyer Shrybman says he feels like he and Hamilton are doing the legal version of the famous "Rumble in the Jungle" boxing match between Muhammad Ali and George Foreman.
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Maude Barlow | We're on the verge of a potential game-changing moment in our country's history. Now is when we must come together like never before.
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Maude Barlow | As some are prepared to risk arrest on October 22nd, we will be there to support them. Demonstrating that we can take care of each other, cultivate community, and stand in solidarity.
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Frank Graves of Ekos Research
Christopher Majka | Ekos Research have established that voter suppression is occurring in Canada. It could have tipped the balance in six ridings now before the courts. The government's response? Unending legal hurdles.
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Emma Lui | The recent decision by the government to terminate a world-class federal research program diminishes the government's capacity to deal with issues of concern to First Nations, Métis, and Inuit.