Vancouver police are refusing to disclose any possible use of controversial mass-surveillance device widely adopted in US - and vigorously condemned by rights groups.
CSEC spying on Canadian Internet users a violation of how their private online information is handled
Broad range of civil liberties and pro-privacy groups demand answers from Canada's government after spying revelations.
A group of activists rallied in the rain to support Quebec protesters marking 100 days of student protest.
Canada celebrates our constitution's Pearl Anniversary today. But let us not honour it idly: the stakes are simply too high.
Conservative plans to catch and deport alleged 'war criminals' in Canada have backfired as the untried suspects may be blocked from leaving at all.
When we criticize the city or the Olympics for certain inanities (curtailing of civil liberties, washing away 'graffiti' because city officials don't know what art is, or using military-grade...
Warning: This story contains a merry Olympic Christmas carol at the end for our friends in Brazil.
Once again, pesky Canadian law is in the way of the Olympic spirit shining as brightly as it must in Vancouver this February, but thanks to IOC, something is being done about it. In the tome that is...
David Eby folded his extraordinarily long legs under a small table and took a sip of coffee. "The Paul Boyd story is going to disappear like so many other stories and that's outrageous," the...