The prime minister's obvious contempt for democracy keeps getting underlined by the grotesque corruption of the people he appoints and surrounds himself with.
politics in Canada
In 1942 the entire Japanese population of Vancouver was forcibly removed to internment camps. The City government of the day urged on the removal of the Japanese "enemy alien population."
Of a dog house, attack dogs, watchdogs and lapdogs -- Stephen Harper and Dean Del Mastro had a bad day Thursday.
Social science knowledge brings an important perspective to a democratic debate on how to keep ourselves and our communities healthy and safe.
Last week scientists across the country again protested muzzling and defunding by the government.
It suits the Harper-ites to have so many Canadians clucking their disapproval of Québec rather than pay too close heed to what they are doing.
Prominent Toronto filmmaker/professor John Greyson and London, Ontario, physician/professor Tarek Loubani have been locked up in an Egyptian jail for nearly 40 days.
Ken Neumann is the Canadian national director of USW, representing over 200,000 Canadian workers. He's been a member of USW since the late seventies.
The censuring, muzzling, de-funding of Canada’s knowledge base works as a cancer that undermines public safety, health and welfare, as well as our societal pluralism and self-determination.
It should be clear now that there is a substantive case against Stephen Harper and that a trial for crimes against humanity would not be frivolous.