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Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | Grassroots mobilization won the U.S. Democrats this narrow window in which to pass progressive legislation. Pressure is needed now more than ever, to ensure that minority rule does not stand.
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Dylan Penner | The outcome of election 2015 is far from certain. And when Harper loses it will be -- at least in part -- because movements showed him the door.
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Ralph Surette | Are you sure you can vote this election? The centrepiece of the Harper government's assault on democratic process, the Fair Elections Act, may stand in your way.
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Pro Bono, Priya Sarin | Last week, two courts ruled on separate Charter challenges to legislation affecting the rights of certain groups of Canadians to vote in the October 2015 election. Their decisions were surprising.
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Dylan Penner | We can bring about change by getting organized in our communities and we can start with all of us taking the voter pledge right now.
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Karl Nerenberg | Michael Sona is on trial as the sole culprit in the fraudulent effort to suppress non-Conservative voters in 2011. There is lots of evidence, though, that whoever did it did not act alone.
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Christopher Majka | Ekos Research have established that voter suppression is occurring in Canada. It could have tipped the balance in six ridings now before the courts. The government's response? Unending legal hurdles.