Podcast
Voices - Tracking government erosion of democracy, participation, and dissent in Canada
Scott Neigh | Voices-Voix is a non-partisan coalition of Canadians and Canadian organizations that documents the erosion of democracy in Canada. Its founder Tim McSorley talks about the work the group does.
Columnists
Murray Dobbin | When we talk about democratic reform, as we will be talking in the months and years ahead as a result of this landmark election, we absolutely must include the reform of the newspaper in Canada.
Podcast
Koba Konesavarathan | Is the fair election process a product of removing the voice of certain candidates? Is the democratic ruling achieved by sacrificing the democratic rights of marginalized candidates?
Columnists
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.
Blog
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Keith Reynolds | The Supreme Court of Canada describes freedom of information legislation as a pillar of our democracy in Canada. Over the years, however, this pillar of democracy has seen its base chipped away.
Columnists
Ralph Surette | A sinister culture of fear and control has been created that runs through the vital organs of Canadian public life. To overcome it, we need a cleansing of the scourge of a corrosive ideology.
Book Review
Christine Smith (McFarlane) | The Harper government has been in power since 2006. In that time, it has managed to systematically dismantle Canada's democracy. How? Read on.
Columnists
Ralph Surette | This is not an election like any other. What's at stake is nothing less than the integrity of Canada's most fundamental features.
News
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Megan Hooft | The federal government purports to represent democracy and support human rights. However, marginalized people are struggling to be heard and charities that support them are being victimized.
Blog
J. Baglow | The increasingly self-destructive actions of the Conservatives signify only one thing: the beast is slowly dying. It needs to be put out of its misery.
News
rabble staff | On May 30, protesters will gather across Canada to stop Bill C-51. Find your local protest here as well as some vital reads on the dangers of Bill C-51.
Columnists
Ralph Surette | It's getting worse. Stephen Harper is now serving notice that he's willing to tear the social fabric of the country apart if that's what it takes to get his party re-elected.