Canada

Millions speak up against slow internet lane

On May 15, millions spoke out online while hundreds gathered outside the FCC in Washington DC to say no to the Internet slow lane.

Opposition to federal Aboriginal education bill prompts Atleo's resignation

Who will control Aboriginal education? And how long will inaction on missing women continue?

PQ crushed, Liberal Party returns to power in Quebec election

Quebec's minority Parti québécois government suffered a crushing defeat in yesterday's provincial election. Party leader Pauline Marois, she of the 'charter of Quebec values' initiative that sought...

BC Liberal Party director caught up in billion-dollar scandal in Ontario

Premier Christy Clark’s government is caught up in the scandal surrounding the Ontario Liberal government over the billion dollar-and-rising cost of cancelling two planned natural gas electricity...

Government takes on union-busting moves to end port strike at Port Metro Vancouver

The BC government has announced back to work legislation for the 400 Unifor truck driving members on strike at the Port of Vancouver since March 10. The Port simultaneously embarked on a union-...

Minority rights and climate policy up for debate in April 7 Quebec election

Quebec’s minority Parti québécois government has called an election for April 7. The snap call by Premier Pauline Marois was made as polls show her party with a solid lead over its two large rivals,...

A red, white and gold February in Vancouver

Vancouver photographers capture February's most memorable moments celebrated around the city and country.

RCMP Senate inquiry looms over Harper government as return to Parliament nears

Senators and staff prepare for RCMP probe into inappropriate spending.
MP Chuck Strahl

Democracy Watch Calls for Ethics Inquiry into Chuck Strahl, Spy Watchdog and Enbridge Lobbyist

Democracy Watch is urging the ethics commissioner to formally investigate SIRC chair Chuck Strahl's illegal activities and conflicts of interest related to energy giant Enbridge.

Canada's spy watchdogs should not be acting as lobbyists

Many are expressing outrage now that the public has become aware that Chuck Strahl is acting as a lobbyist for Enbridge, the company hoping to build a controversial oil pipeline...