The “largest-ever pro-privacy coalition in Canadian history” launched in B.C. Thursday, amidst revelations the country’s electronic spy agency hacked into Brazil’s federal mining department and shared the intelligence with national energy interests.
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association warns that last night’s passage of Bill S-7 is “very dangerous.” The group’s national security director Sukanya Pillay explains why.
A top lawyer at the world’s largest civil liberties organization warns that Canada’s increasing participation in the so-called “War on Terror” has jeopardized democracy.
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.
Federal accusations that Enbridge opponents are “foreign” influenced “radicals” are frighteningly familiar to a Cold War historian.
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
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
West Papuan human rights worker and Yale professor Octovianus Mote expresses his hope for Papuan independence from Indonesia.
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.