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  • Canada: The media and democracy Stephen Garvey
    June 23, 2011

    In a recent Foundation for Democratic Advancement (FDA) audit of the Canadian federal electoral system, Canada received less than 26% grade for electoral fairness.

  • Harper: What Canadians should know Stephen Garvey
    August 10, 2011

    Two weeks prior to the 2011 federal election, the Foundation for Democratic Advancement (FDA) produced a non-partisan 226 page audit report on all federal registered political parties with a national platform barring the Bloc Québécois. The FDA electoral audit focused on a detailed background audit of the party leaders, audit of the visions and policies of the parties, and audit of the incumbency record of the Conservative Party. The nine-person audit team was diverse in terms of profession, gender, age and ethnicity.

  • Remembering Michael MandelStephen Lendman
    November 5, 2013

    On October 27, Mandel died peacefully at home. He passed from cardiac amyloidosis. It's a rare heart disease. It causes arrhythmias, heart blockage disturbances and death.

  • Eulogy to Jack LaytonStephen Lewis
    August 30, 2011

    Never in our collective lifetime have we seen such an outpouring, so much emotional intensity, from every corner of this country. There have been occasions, historically, when we've seen respect and admiration but never so much love, never such a shocked sense of personal loss.

  • What is the endgame of the alleged Iran plot?Stephen M. Walt
    October 23, 2011

    It looks like the Administration is making a concerted campaign to ratchet up the pressure on Tehran. President Obama is standing firmly behind the administration's allegations, but without offering any new evidence to support them. This approach isn't going to wash, however, especially if journalists do their job, start asking a lot of probing questions, and don't allow themselves to get spun by "anonymous" sources and inside leaks.

  • The B61 is a nuclear bomb the U.S. doesn’t needSteve Andreasen
    June 19, 2013

    "The Soviets put guns before butter, but we put almost everything before guns." - Margaret Thatcher, January 1976

  • Toronto becomes a war zone Steven Zhou
    July 1, 2010

    Photo by Miriam Kim. Monday, 29th of June 2010, located on University Avenue on West Dundas Street. An innocent man who was riding his bicycle was passing through and the officer was gripping his arm and forcing him off the street. The officer was yelling in his ears as the innocent cyclist was smiling and being obedient to the officer's demands.

  • Bigots ban Indian televangelistSteven Zhou
    July 7, 2010

    It seems that whenever Muslims gather in large numbers, Canada's media hatemongers resort to rants full of played-out post-9/11 suspicion and xenophobia.

  • McGuinty's HST, dollars and nonsenseSteven Zhou
    July 14, 2010

    On Canada Day, Ontario and British Columbia joined Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, and New Brunswick as provinces that have accepted the Harmonized Sales Tax (HST).

  • Israel hiding behind the "Iranian threat"Steven Zhou
    July 22, 2010

    With the recent formation of The Emergency Committee for Israel, the neoconservative and Likudnik characters on the American right have stepped up their anti-Iranian lobbying efforts. Among other things, they have again brought up how a nuclear Iran would pose an "imminent threat" that would tear the region apart.

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