We have endless revelations about hacking and surveillance all over the world. We’re told not to expect that our phone calls or e-mails will be private. We also now know that Canada is part of the game.
The controversial process of fracking is being scrutinized in Manitoba, where 570 new horizontal wells were drilled and more than 600 are projected for 2013.
People with disabilities experience daunting challenges when it comes to finding employment. This week, a local employment expo took aim at bridging this gap.
In Ottawa, as well as in many provinces — Saskatchewan being the latest — it seems far too easy for majority governments to say, “It’s our way, or the highway.“
The statute books in Canada are filled with laws that have rarely if ever been enforced. It looks very much as though the contents of Stephen Harper’s latest throne speech will soon be added to the pile.
The Manitoba Government is aiming to increase access to locally grown food with an $81-thousand investment in the Local Sustainable Food Procurement pilot project.
While prison inmates in Canada are upset their pay is being cut, many in the public ridicule them for going on strike. But the vast majority of us have no idea what it’s like behind bars.
Thousands gathered to welcome the UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, with a Jingle Dance, and to call for inquiry into missing and murdered Aboriginal women.
I’ve been to a lot of town hall meetings over the years. In terms of the quality of the presentations and the intelligent discussion that followed them, this one was certainly one of the best.
Green Party of Canada Leader Elizabeth May is calling for major reforms to Canada’s Parliamentary system, as her cross country tour came through Winnipeg today.