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How LeadNow plans to fight the "stunning erosion of Canada's democracy"

LeadNow executive director Jamie Biggar at his office in Gastown. Photo by Beth Hong for The Vancouver Observer Copyright 2012.

Over 13,000 sign petition for cooperation between NDP, Liberals and Greens

NDP MPs and grassroots organizations like Leadnow are advocating for strategic cooperation between left-of-centre parties in Canada. But could it really work?

Government pipeline rhetoric reminiscent of Cold War, McCarthyism: prof

Federal accusations that Enbridge opponents are "foreign" influenced "radicals" are frighteningly familiar to a Cold War historian.

Conservatives defend calling Northern Gateway pipeline activists 'foreign radicals'

Environmentalists are calling federal government accusations against anti-pipeline activists 'appalling' and a 'hyperbolic rant' - leading to some back-pedalling today.

Canada and the environment: key events from 2011

From Greens in Parliament to tar sands opposition and the Kyoto Protocol, here's a summary of some of the year's most important environmental issues and events.

Mayor Robertson and Counc. Carr busted in 'greenest city' Scottification scam

Secret tapes reveal shocking hidden cultural agenda for Vancouver.

Nathan Cullen calls for progressive voters to re-think party line politics

2011 NDP race: BC candidate wants Liberals, NDP to hare ridings to defeat Tories.

Carr takes surprise council seat as final poll goes Green

Campaign focused on affordable rentals paid off for first-time candidate.

When voting in the municipal election, mind your ABCs

2011 Vancouver municipal elections: Could being first on the ballot make a difference in Vancouver’s Nov. 19 showdown?

Green business owners put their weight, and their money, behind Robertson

Vancouver mayor, Gregor Roberston, addresses a packed crowd of business supporters at ING cafe.