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Blog
Nov 29, 2010

Wake up: Arbitrary rule is all around us

James Laxer
Brutal cops and leaders who enrich their own class of people at the expense of everyone else are the consequence of the shocking inequality of our age.
Columnists
Nov 8, 2010

Beware the national security state

As conditions worsen, as wages and living standards fall, as insecurity increases, as the social safety net frays, objection and dissent increases. The government spends money and builds its response.
News
Oct 1, 2010

The Ecuadorian policeman cometh

Gerard Coffey in Quito
Thursday’s attempted insurrection by the police in Ecuador is over, but the results are far from certain.
Blog
Sep 20, 2010

Police state watch?

Murray Dobbin
Police states don't pop up full blown over night. They develop slowly in direct proportion to people's willingness to accept new definitions of normal.
Blog
Jul 28, 2010

Police ethics update: Mocking the Charter

Dave Coles
On Tuesday CEP President, Dave Coles, went before the Police Ethics Committee to get involved in his own complaint against the police for their actions during the G20 summit.
Blog
Jul 12, 2010

Peter's G20 story: 'My Canada was a free country'

Peter Marmorek
In this account of the G20 protests, Peter Marmorek notes: "As we marched past closed and boarded stores on Queen Street, the city felt less and less like the friendly place I've lived for 40 years."

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