George W. Bush’s visit to Surrey, B.C., on Thursday was met with a protest and an unsuccessful courtroom bid to have him detained for torture during his presidency
After spending five years as an extra-judicial prisoner of George W. Bush’s ‘war on terror,’ Murat Kurnaz is disappointed that Canada did not arrest the former U.S. president during his visit to Surrey
City staff’s decision to suddenly remove hundreds of newspaper boxes from Vancouver’s downtown core in anticipation of possible violence from Occupy Vancouver has many community newspaper publishers and civil libertarians crying foul
A 70-page legal indictment — accompanied by a staggering 4,000-page dossier — has been filed in B.C. court to have former George W. Bush arrested during his visit to Surrey tomorrow
As former U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney spoke in Vancouver on Monday night, several hundred people demanded his arrest on charges of war crimes and torture, blocking both entrances to the upscale Vancouver Club by linking arms, as others staged a sit-in lasting several hours.
Native people are more often killed or abused by police officers than are others in Canada, but police actions are more often than not chalked up to ‘bad apples’ on the force instead of symptoms of systemic problems within police ranks
Despite only occasionally surfacing in the news — with more than 1,000 G20 arrests, tasering deaths, lethal shootings and abuse in holding cells — police misconduct is not only widespread and historic it is also deeply entrenched, said presenters at a major conference on policing last week in Winnipeg
Professional reporter evicted from an important, far-reaching speech by Canada’s Immigration Minister Jason Kenney
Students at the University of Victoria are defending a UBC professor’s right to make anti-U.S. statements in the wake of the September 11 attacks, even if they do not agree with her.
QUEBEC CITY – Tens of thousands of activists converged for the Summit of the Americas, the largest protest Canada has seen in decades