Nov 14
Tea Party. Photo: ajagendorf25
'Citizens United' Supreme Court Decision gave American corporations carte blanche to shovel money to the Tea Party.
Nov 13
Elections are on Nov. 28 and Haiti’s deposed president gives his first interview in four years
Nov 12
Toronto, June 27, 2010. Photo: Ariel Estulin
More testimony by those beaten by police and arbitrarily arrested in Toronto during the G20 Summit.
Nov 11
Hawksley Workman. Photo: Tom Cochrane/Flickr
Raising funds for legal costs.
Nov 10
Final day of live testimony...
Nov 10
From Congo to Guantanamo: Omar Khadr, the invisible child soldier.
My daughter is being taught about child soldiers from Africa and nothing about the horrors faced by a Canadian teen in Afghanistan and Cuba.
Nov 9
Independent Jewish Voices aims to raise awareness about the work of the Canadian Parliamentary Coalition to Combat Antisemitism and its attempts to silence criticism of Israel.
Independent Jewish Voices aims to raise awareness about the work of the Canadian Parliamentary Coalition to Combat Antisemitism and its attempts to silence criticism of Israel.
Nov 8
Omar Khadr, the Canadian child soldier detained by U.S. forces in Afghanistan in July 2002, during a session of interrogation at Guantanamo Bay prison, Cuba.
The curtain has come down on the piece of political theatre.
Nov 5
Expanding the definition to include criticism of Israel.
Nov 3
B.C. Premier Gordon Campbell on the radio during the 2009 B.C. election campaign. Photo: Stephen Dyrgas/Flickr
When general dislike becomes the issue...
Nov 2
Photo: Am Johal
A flotilla of boats protest in Vancouver's Stanley Park.
Nov 2
Clouds gather over Toronto's farm regions
Nov 1
Omar Khadr, the Canadian child soldier detained by U.S. forces in Afghanistan in July 2002, can never sue the U.S. for miscarriage of justice. This is part of a plea bargain that will see him serve eight more years in prison.
Sentenced to 40 years, serving eight.
Oct 29
A stretch of northern B.C. coastline. Photo: Brian Huntington
No tankers. No pipeline. No destruction here.
Oct 28
Young people celebrate We Day in Vancouver on October 15. Photo Rebecca Bollwitt/Flickr
Eighteen thousand teens gather in Vancouver.
Oct 27
Journalist Stevie Cameron speaks to rabble.
Journalist Stevie Cameron speaks to rabble.
Oct 26
Listen to the Banned is a unique collection of contemporary songs by artists from around the world who have been censored, persecuted, taken to court, imprisoned and even tortured for a very simple reason - their music.
Music by censored, imprisoned and tortured artists.
Oct 25
A UN police officer points a pistol at freelance journalist Ansel Hertz during the protest in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on Oct. 15. Photo: Gaetantguevara/Flickr
Journalists targeted by UN guns confirms growing tension in Port-au-Prince.
Oct 22
Criminalizing activists: Are law enforcers justifying the massive costs of the G20 Summit?
Oct 21
Colour of Poverty Campaign 2008. Photo: Women's Enterprise Skills Training of Windsor Inc.
Only Joe Pantalone gets it.
Oct 20
The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter developmental test helmet in 2007.
The $16-billion debacle continues...
Oct 19
Chinese currency floats in a fountain in Tibet. Photo: kholkute/Flickr
When faced with a choice between acting on its own behalf, or helping out the world financial system, the U.S. looks to itself. Yet it is surprised when China does this too.
Oct 18
Former Afghan MP Malalai Joya in 2007. Photo: AfghanKabul
Former Afghan MP Malalai Joya spoke in Vancouver.
Oct 15
Chief Dr. Billy Diamond. Photo: Ian Diamond/www.rezmutt.ca
The former grand chief of the Grand Council of the Crees, a passionate defender of his people, died on September 30. This is a speech from earlier this year.
Oct 14
Photo: D'Arcy Norman
We need to press voter equality and proportional representations at the municipal level.
Oct 13
A shot of our first completed stove constructed out of ceramic bricks, mud and water. It took 3-4 hours to build. Photo: Hilary King
A teenager from Montreal goes to Peru to work on service projects, including school building, and comes away with a life-changing experience.
Oct 12
Photo: Adam MacIsaac
Because speaking the truth shouldn't be criminalized.
Oct 12
Toronto's mayoral candidates debate. Photo: SarahThomsonTO/Flikr
Lamenting the options for Toronto's next mayor.
Oct 8
James K. Galbraith
Economist James K. Galbraith, the son of famed Canadian economist John Kenneth Galbraith, regaled delegates with his analysis of the roots of the economic recession.
Oct 7
Lenin's Tomb in Moscow's Red Square. Photo: Ron Verzuh
A visit to Lenin's Tomb in smoky Moscow is a trip into the paradox of Russia's past and its present.

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