civil liberties

Podcast
Apr 27, 2013

Canada's voter ID law challenged in court

Redeye
A few years ago, changes to the Election Act made it harder for homeless people to vote. Earlier this year, the BC Civil Liberties Association were part of a case that is challenging the law.
Podcast
Apr 27, 2013

Twelve years detained without charge

Redeye
Mohammad Majoub was first arrested in 2000 under a security certificate. He lived in detention and under house arrest until 2012. Finally allowed to leave Toronto, he has been speaking across Canada.
News
Apr 22, 2013
Watertown, Mass. on Friday. (Photo: Talk Radio News Service / flickr)

Bombs in Boston, amnesia in America

Garth Mullins
Mainstream news media and the police were fueling fear. These are the exact times when we need a clear voice, not just cheerleading for the authorities.
News
Mar 1, 2013

Bradley Manning: A true profile in courage

Marjorie Cohn
"I believed if the public, particularly the American public, could see this it could spark a debate on the military and our foreign policy in general as it applied to Iraq and Afghanistan."

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