Blog
Krystalline Kraus | A recap for anyone involved in the Sherry Good class action lawsuit resulting from their experience at the G20.
News
Peter Rosenthal | Among the many things we'll never know in the aftermath of the Toronto G20 is how a political defence would have affected the trial of those charged in "the main conspiracy" case.
News
Bringing G20 to the stage -- The cage scene from You Should Have Stayed At Home: Praxis Theatre of Toronto. Photo: Will O'Hare
Michael Wheeler | Making a play about G20 police brutality convinced me that the disempowered have more than their feet, they also have their collective voice, and art can play a powerful role in amplifying that voice.
Podcast
John Bonnar | Students and community activists from Ottawa and Toronto recalled the way they were targeted as part of the largest mass arrests in Canadian history.
News
Krystalline Kraus | After 11 months in custody, 38-year-old activist Byron Sonne -- who was arrested before the summit began -- was granted bail.
News
Andrea Horwath | The NDP leader in Ontario on the outrage caused by the behaviour of the McGuinty government toward peaceful protesters and the need for a G20 public inquiry.
News
Liberty Lost (G20, Toronto). Photo montage by Carole Conde and Karl Beveridge.
Sarah Jean Harrison | The Charter of Rights was mocked by police brutality, Toronto's police chief attacked the very essence of Canadian citizenship, and the principles of warfare were used on peaceful protesters.
News
Michael Stone | The Buddhist teacher, psychotherapist and author reflects on nonviolence and engaged living -- as affected by the summer's summit violence -– and the value of waking up the body and the body politic.
News
Canadian Association of Journalists | The bail conditions for Alex Hundert 'set a dangerous precedent,' says the Canadian Association of Journalists.
News
Environmental Justice Toronto | Support shown for anti-G20 activist who has refused to sign further restrictions and has been returned to jail.
News
Elizabeth Littlejohn | Nowhere is the civil society being served or protected -- by our police, by our elected representatives, by our city councilors, our mayor, or by our media.
News
Stephen Harper at the World Economic Forum. Photo: World Economic Forum/Flickr
Kathleen O'Hara | It took many poorly constructed policy bricks to build the power tower the Conservative Party lives in as they rule Canada. But many of the bricks are cracked, and the edifice looks set to tumble.