Officer Bubbles is a jerk, but was he right? Are bubbles dangerous?
When a government spends $1.1 billion on security infrastructure -- tear gas, rubber bullets, sound cannons -- they're going to use it. And the elastic approach to civil rights is likely here to stay.
After a large march and rally against the meeting of the G20, police attacked a crowd of peaceful protesters in Queen's Park.
David Eby, Executive Director of the BCCLA, defends his criticism of the aggressive tactics that some, from the anti-Olympic 'Heart Attack' protest, employed in Vancouver.
On Feb. 17, 2010, VIVO hosted a night of discussion on the support of a 'diversity of tactics' and the direct action protests against the Olympics that took place on the previous Saturday.
Chris Shaw, a well-known leader in the anti-Olympics movement, gives his analysis of the actions and their impact on the anti-Olympic movement.