Over the past several years, the Harper government has made some tough decisions on the immigration file: They’ve cancelled the immigrant investor program; they’ve tightened rules surrounding parents and grandparents immigration; they’ve rejigged the Citizenship Act; and they’ve tackled marriage … Continue reading →
…the Harper government is engaging in a fresh frontal assault on the retirement incomes of beleagured Canadian workers.
The Conservative government is beefing up a multimillion-dollar public relations campaign promoting the oilsands and other Canadian resources, despite research suggesting the blitz has been ineffective.
John Baird is just an awful person.
The federal government is expanding its surveillance of public activities to include all known demonstrations across the country, a move that collects information even on the most mundane of protests by Canadians.
'It’s a clear breach of our Charter rights,' Wesley Wark, an intelligence specialist at the University of Ottawa, says of the Government Operations Centre directive
Mr. Harper’s only imperative is “looking good” for an election in 2015. To him, that means claiming a surplus, not matter how temporary or artificial. Never mind the nation’s sputtering economy or tens of thousands of Canadians out of work.
The Toronto G20 Summit of June 26-27, 2010, hosted by Stephen Harper, was an incredibly expensive undertaking that resulted in massive human rights violations against members of the public at the hands of the police. Despite this, politicians refuse to call a full public inquiry and hold police—as…
In 2013, over 8,000 people spent 183,928 days in prison, equal to 504 years. That includes children. No trials, no charges. At a cost of $45 million dollars. What’s going on?