People who follow the news in British Columbia can see that politically the province is in turmoil.
The UK coalition government recently announced that its Combined Online Information (COINS) database will be freely accessible and re-usable to the public.
A group of democratic activists have launched a new website which is raising awareness about government transparency. They say its shocking how bad the Canadian government is at sharing information.
Baha'is in Iran have been persecuted by their government for years, and the West continues to turn a blind eye.
Those who do the real wealth creation in this country -- farmers, factory workers, small business owners, store clerks -- should demand that the government get back to work.
Your help is required to pass the Bill for a Canadian National Housing Strategy.
Lessons learned and not learned from nine dizzying weeks of the coalition that was formed one year ago.
There is an alarming trend in Canada in the past few months of governments demonstrating contempt for the law and for people's civil liberties.
Social workers in B.C. have such heavy caseloads and so few resources that they can do little for the families who need help.
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