Columnists
Rick Salutin | Harper's found a way to integrate the panic over jihadi bombers with his single-minded economic focus on Alberta oil extraction, by targeting the mostly benign, non-violent environmentalists of B.C.
News
Garth Mullins | Spying on everyone is a clear signpost on the road to a different type of society and many are willing to sacrifice liberty for security. But this is actually not the deal on offer.
Blog
The photo which accompanied the vikileaks twitter account
Justin Saunders | Canada's proposed warrantless surveillance law isn't dead yet. Here's why it likely never will be.
Blog
Lindsey Pinto | OpenMedia.ca has launched a citizen-made online video educating Canadians about the true cost of the government's online spying legislation C-30 and the threat it poses to personal privacy.
Blog
Carleton University's Jeff Sallot and human rights activist Moazzam Begg discuss the effects of no-fly lists on rights and security. Photo: Prism TV
Maher Arar | Canada is not the only decision-maker when it comes to refusing air travellers. This fact makes many civil rights activists question whether Canada has lost its airspace sovereignty.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | Three targeted Americans: A career government intelligence official, a filmmaker and a hacker. None of these U.S. citizens was charged with a crime, but they have been tracked, surveilled, detained.
News
Photo: Mary Foster
Mary Foster | Community members showed up at the offices of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) in Montreal yesterday morning, intent on engaging in an action called "profile the profilers."
News
Mark Karlin | The concern over nations becoming "Big Brother" surveillance states is alive and well, even in Canada, that supposed bastion of civility, open-mindedness and personal rights.
News
Emily Gilbert | Has US Homeland Security achieved its Manifest Destiny? The implications of the new border agreement between the U.S. and Canada go far beyond just trade efficiency.
News
Photo: Mike Barber/Flickr
Chris Hedges | What happened to Canada? It used to be the country we would flee to if life in the U.S. became unpalatable. Universal health care. A good record on the environment. But that was the old Canada.
Blog
Lindsey Pinto | The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police is scrambling to find ways to justify upcoming bills that would allow warrantless surveillance.
Podcast
Redeye
Manuel Schulte | Drones are robotic aircraft that can carry arms but are also for surveillance. Currently one in every three aircraft in the U.S. is a drone and over 50 countries have some form of unmanned aircraft.