Project Democracy is a tool to help you determine if there is a way to "amp up" your vote and stop a Harper majority.
Site of the Week
These are links that have all been highlighted as rabble-approved Site of the Week. It takes a special site to get such an honour, so take some time and look through them.
Some links may be out of date. The internet is a transient place.
Leadnow brings generations of Canadians together to take action for our future and hold politicians accountable.
Leadnow was founded in 2010 by a group of young people who care about a wide range of issues and wanted to create a new way for people to participate effectively in our democracy.
Our founding objectives are to deepen our democracy, strengthen our communities, advance social justice, extend economic opportunity and protect our planet. We'll build an independent community that works together to help set the political agenda, take effective action on important issues, and shift elections.
My name is Nicole Blanchett Neheli. I’m a journalism professor at Sheridan Institute of Technology, working on my Masters through Royal Roads University. Prior to joining the academic universe, I worked at Citytv in Toronto for almost ten years, mostly as a news show producer and writer. This blog is the platform for my Master’s research. Any comments posted may be used in my final thesis, future academic papers, articles, or conferences.
Kinda boring looking site, but awesome content!
News from and about Afghanistan.
News from the popular blog.