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Proposed anti-communism monument would put justice under a shadow PDF Print E-mail
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Posted by Joan Russow   
Friday, 27 March 2015 19:11

 By BAR ASSOCIATION PRESIDENTS

 

This open letter is signed by 17 former presidents of the Canadian Bar Asociation: Simon V. Potter, Bernard Amyot, Thomas G. Heintzman, L. Yves Fortier, D. Kevin Carroll, Brian A. Tabor, J. Guy Joubert, J.J. Camp, Trinda L. Ernst, Robert Brun, Rod Snow, Paul Fraser, Daphné Dumont, Russell Lusk, Wayne Chapman, Gordon F. Proudfoot and Susan T. McGrath.

 

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THE HARPER GOVERNMENT AND ISIL: THE NEED TO REDEFINE WHAT CONSTITUTES SECURITY, THREATS AND TERRORISM PDF Print E-mail
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Posted by Joan Russow   
Friday, 27 March 2015 08:59

By Joan Russow Global Compliance Research project

 

There is an inexorable link among security, threats and terrorism

The Harper government with the current motion to continue the intervention into Iraq and extend the mission into Syria is conflating security, threats and terrorism. The government believes, with the increased attack against ISIL,  that security can be achieved through militarism, threats against Canada will end, and  terrorism will be reduced. This conflation has contributed to the Harper government misconstruing both Article 51 of the UN Charter and Bill C 51

 

Kofi Annan, the former UN secretary general, said the US-led invasion of Iraq was a mistake and helped to create the Islamist State militant group. He also blamed regional powers for making the conflict worse. 

Last Updated on Thursday, 09 April 2015 12:23
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Renowned Toronto lawyer brings unusual case to change the way Canada’s central bank operates. PDF Print E-mail
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Posted by Joan Russow   
Tuesday, 24 March 2015 09:24

Rocco Galati in court to challenge how Bank of Canada does business

  • By:  Ottawa Bureau reporter, Published on Mon
    Mar 23 2015
     

http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2015/03/23/rocco-galati-in-court-to-challenge-how-bank-of-canada-does-business.html

Toronto lawyer Rocco Galati is representing a small group that contends the Bank of Canada is mandated to provide debt-free support for public projects undertaken by federal, provincial and city governments.
 

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Toronto lawyer Rocco Galati is representing a small group that contends the Bank of Canada is mandated to provide debt-free support for public projects undertaken by federal, provincial and city governments.

 

OTTAWA—Renowned Toronto lawyer Rocco Galati is pursuing a court case intended to do nothing less than force the Bank of Canada to reorient its activities on behalf of Canadians.

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Proposed CSIS powers a 'constitutional mess,' former watchdog warns PDF Print E-mail
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Posted by Joan Russow   
Friday, 13 March 2015 15:54

Proposed CSIS powers a 'constitutional mess,' former watchdog warns

New anti-terror bill comes under heavy criticism during opening round of testimony

By Kady O'Malley, CBC News Posted: Mar 12, 2015 8:27 AM ET Last Updated: Mar 12, 2015 7:43 PM ET

http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/proposed-csis-powers-a-constitutional-mess-former-watchdog-warns-1.2991660

The government's proposed anti-terror law will almost certainly face legal and constitutional challenges on multiple fronts, according to witnesses who appeared before the House public safety committee on Thursday morning.

Last Updated on Friday, 13 March 2015 21:52
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Seniors play prominent role in Energy East pipeline protest PDF Print E-mail
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Posted by Joan Russow   
Wednesday, 11 February 2015 14:15

By Mychaylo Prystupa Feb 10th, 2015 “This whole movement towards protecting the environment, and against extractivisim, is being embraced by a much larger population now," said a senior with a Vancouver choir.

  
Energy East CEO speech disrupted by four grandmas - Vancouver Observer - CP
 
Retired university professor Bessa Whitmore (left) holds the top end of a pipeline-protest banner that was used to interrupt Energy East CEO's speech last week. CP photo, used with permission.

A protest stunt that made national headlines last week in Ottawa over the Energy East pipeline was put on by four self-described grandmothers.

The incident is provoking chats in cafes and knitting clubs about the increasing role that the elderly play in pipeline battles.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 11 February 2015 14:44
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