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Nov 6, 2012
Sean Kilpatrick, the Canadian Press

Ballistic steal: Armoured Harper in India

Christopher Majka
When Stephen Harper went to India he decided he needed his fleet of armored cars, an extravagance that will cost taxpayers over $622,000. Couldn't he have ordered a $16 glass of orange juice instead?
Blog
Aug 29, 2012
Photo: Tatiana Pichugina/Flickr

Harper in the Arctic: The end of ice tour?

John Crump
News that multi-year Arctic sea ice was melting towards a record low did not put a dent in Prime Minister Stephen Harper's annual northern road show last week.
Podcast
Feb 29, 2012
Constructing change tools from the activist toolkit

Extradition injustice: The case of Hassan Diab

Constructing change: the activist toolkit
On this week's Constructing change podcast, Hassan Diab fights his extradition charges and anti-national security tools are highlighted.
Activist Toolkit

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News
Jan 31, 2012
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Global corporate power and the decay of Canada

Chris Hedges
What happened to Canada? It used to be the country we would flee to if life in the U.S. became unpalatable. Universal health care. A good record on the environment. But that was the old Canada.
Podcast
Jan 24, 2012

Dangers of cyber attack greatly exaggerated

Redeye
Some commentators in the United States would have us believe that the possibility of cyber attack is imminent. Conn Hallinan believes that there is another agenda behind this fear mongering.

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