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Redeye Collective | Enbridge applied to the National Energy Board to reverse the flow of Line 9, a 40-year-old pipeline not designed to carry diluted bitumen. Jane Williams speaks with Myeengun Henry about the challenge.
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Redeye Collective | In April, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that mandatory minimums for gun crimes were unconstitutional because they could result in cruel and unusual punishment.
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Sue Rodriguez, assisted suicide trailblazer.
Charlie Angus | You don't ignore a mandate from the Supreme Court. But that seems to be the initial response from the Conservative government on assisted suicide.
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Redeye Collective | In 1993 Sue Rodriguez took her fight for the right to end her own life to Canada's highest court and lost. Twenty-two years later, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously in favour of assisted dying.
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Eva Prkachin | The Internet faced a cavalcade of threats in 2014 -- here’s how we fought back and won together.
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Pamela Palmater | For 20 years, Lynn Gehl, who shares five generations of Algonquin heritage, has been denied Indian status in Canada because of unstated paternity. Yesterday, she got her day in court.
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Eva Prkachin | We released a video about abuses at CSEC, and it's already having a huge influence on decision-makers. We need your help to spread the word even further.
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Eva Prkachin | OpenMedia's David Christopher has been invited to speak to MLAs at a key meeting of the BC Legislature’s Special Committee to review provincial privacy rules on Monday, September 8.
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Gerry Caplan | If a policy is cruel and unusual, if it outrages our standards of decency, what do we make of those promoting it?
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Christina Gray | The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled on Grassy Narrows, but the fight is not over yet.
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Photo: Flickr/Colin J. McMechan
Christina Gray | The Tsilhqot'in decision is going to change the way the courts look at Crown lands and Land Claims. In this article Christina Gray sets out what we can expect and why.
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Scott Vrooman | The Supreme Court affirms that the Internet isn't a phone book, moron.