Vancouver police arrested seven more Quebec solidarity protesters last night, with reports of sexual harassment and beatings that sent one to hospital.
Civil liberties advocates are raising questions after five people were arrested in Vancouver on the weekend at a Quebec solidarity protest.
The Métis lawyer who made headlines when she resigned in protest from the job of Aboriginal counsel at B.C.’s missing women inquiry has been awarded the province’s top civil liberties award.
Two separate ‘Casseroles Night in Canada’ demonstrations in solidarity with Quebec student protests ended in arrest last night in Vancouver, with five arrested for mischief and obstructing police officers.
Aboriginal leaders are outraged after secret documents revealed that police have been keeping tabs on critics of Enbridge Corp.’s Northern Gateway pipeline.
Since the Conservative election fraud scandal broke, everyone is outraged. But the Left Coast Post looks at a pattern of dangerous words and actions from our government — and what we can do about it.
“Tell her I came to say hi,” a man told the journalist’s sister – and showed her a gun. In this VO exclusive, Karla Lottini tells the tale of her fight to lead a safe life in Canada.
Federal accusations that Enbridge opponents are “foreign” influenced “radicals” are frighteningly familiar to a Cold War historian.
Undaunted by rain or reports of police violence at other Occupy sites, Vancouver protesters vow to stay the course
Questions of political interference are being raised after a court case against former U.S. president George W. Bush was stopped in its tracks by the attorney general last week