Podcast
Redeye Collective | A year after the federal government passed the Safe Streets and Communities Act, Pivot Legal looks at some of the effects of the legislation on marginalized populations.
RabbleTV
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Obert Madondo | On March 14, Ottawa-based activist and progressive blogger Obert Madondo started an indefinite hunger strike to protest Stephen Harper's omnibus crime bill.
News
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Steffanie Pinch | Ottawa activist Obert Mandondo is campaigning for the appeal of Bill C-10, the omnibus crime bill, by going on a hunger strike.
Blog
Christopher Majka | On March 12, despite months of protest across the country, the federal government's omnibus crime bill cleared its final parliamentary hurdle when the Conservatives voted to pass the legislation.
News
Sheryl Jarvis | Like a thief in the night, the Conservatives passed their Bill C-10 through third reading in the Senate last week. This bill represents bad policy, abandoning an evidence-based approach for ideology.
Blog
Paula Mallea | With last week's Senate approval of Bill C-10, Canada is close to becoming the most regressive Western democracy on criminal justice.
News
Sonya Nigam | Quebec's objection to Bill C-10 is based on a lack of science to support the bill's changes to the youth justice system and on social and cultural values about how young offenders should be treated.
Blog
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David P. Ball | Since the Conservative election fraud scandal broke, everyone is outraged. But the Left Coast Post looks at a pattern of dangerous words and actions from our government -- and what we can do about it.
Podcast
JHR Concordia | In the third edition of the jhr Rights Check-up, the Journalists for Human Rights at Concordia University news team reviews some of the important human rights stories of 2011.
Book Review
Matthew Behrens | Two non-fiction books -- Through The Glass and Fearmonger -- are perfectly timed as Canadians consider the serious consequences of the omnibus crime bill.
RabbleTV
Lisa Santonato | Think police should have access to your Internet and cell phone records without a warrant? Watch the (Un)lawful Access Townhall Meeting.
Blog
Linda Leon | Thank you for your well-written and thought-provoking letter. I won't be able to address all of your comments this time. But I will reply to some key points in this, my seventh letter.