Blog
Gary Shaul | We can do a great service to voters by linking executive abuse of power (prorogation in this case) with the need for democratic reform, particularly electoral reform at this juncture.
Blog
rabble staff | On Saturday Jan. 23, thousands of Canadians gathered at protests across the country and the world to voice their discontent with Prime Minister Stephen Harper's move to prorogue Parliament.
News
John Deverell | Imagine the Canadians Against Proroguing rally next Saturday and there, gazing from a chilly platform over a crowd of university students sprinkled with older folk, stands Michael Ignatieff.
Blog
Christopher White | Over 200,000 people have come together against the prorogue on Facebook, organizing for rallies taking place across Canada January 23. Here the group's creater talks about his hopes for mobilization.
Podcast
Matthew Adams, Stephen Benedetti | Having self-prorogued IRTN is back looking at Harper's continued revolution, the importance of the upcoming Massachusetts Senate race on U.S. health care and the invasion of the body scanners.
Blog
Eric Mang | If prorogation angers you, you're probably just a chattering class elitist.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | Stephen Harper said that prorogation isn't No. 1 on anyone's radar. Yet, now half of Canadians say they are watching the issue "closely," and he's in a virtual tie with the Liberal leader.
Columnists
Alice Klein | Hundreds flooded the unmiked basement space in Hart House booked for the Friday, January 8, organizing meeting for the January 23 anti-prorogue rally.
News
Meagan Perry | So you've joined the Facebook group against proroguing Parliament. Now what? Are you going to heft your body away from your desk to join in the Jan. 23 rally in your 'hood?
Blog
James Laxer | This week on BNN, Stephen Harper said that financial markets don't like the "kind of instability" that goes with confidence votes.
Podcast
Meagan Perry | Online activism and activism on the street. What is the difference? Regent Park is changing, and so are women's rights worldwide. Listen in to find out more.
Columnists
Linda McQuaig | Stephen Harper has created a hornet's nest for himself with his decision to prorogue Parliament, arousing the wrath of even the social-networking crowd.