Join a compelling line-up of speakers to learn how you can inspire democratic participation in your community:
- Maude Barlow, National Chairperson, Council of Canadians
- Paul Moist, National President, Canadian Union of Public Employees
- Sylvia Boudreau, Winnipeg Indigenous Rock the Vote Co-organizer
- Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair, Associate Professor, University of Manitoba
Moderated by Brigette DePape, Youth Vote Campaigner, Council of Canadians.
Tuesday, May 12, 7:00 p.m.
Indian & Metis Friendship Centre, 45 Robinson St., Winnipeg, MB
Not sure if you have the proper ID to vote in the next Federal Election then visit the Voter ID Clinic. 5pm to 7pm prior to the forum.
David Macdonald with the CCPA explains how the surplus is amazingly artificial. A good brief analysis of the budget.
2015 Budget Analysis at CCPA.
Before Stephen Harper became an international laughingstock and trended on Twitter and BuzzFeed for telling women he knows best how they should dress, there was the divisive — and weird — campaign with racial overtones that came before it.
How weird? Scroll through this timeline.
A podcast of a recent panel discussion with Michael Harris and Donald Gutstein.
Harris is the author of Party of One: Stephen Harper and Canada’s Radical Makeover. Harris’s comment on the 2015 Budget.
Gutstein is the author of Harperism: How Stephen Harper and his Think Tank Colleagues have Transformed Canada.
The panel was moderated by Kathleen Monk, a prominent media commentator who regularly appears on CBC The National’s The Insiders program.
On Monday March 23, Manitoba eco-network presents a screening of the CBC documentary silence of the labs.
Further reading: Chris Turner’s War on Science
From The Real News:
Leo Panitch and Dimitri Lascaris discuss Canada’s Bill C-51 and other issues facing Canadians as elections loom on the horizon – March 14, 2015
Legendary Comedian Mary Walsh as Donut-Munching Connie on pending anti-terror legislation.
Stevie and the ConserviCats sing the praises of the new Bill C-51.