Going into this election, probably the biggest fear among progressives is the spectre of vote-splitting. If we follow our hearts, we may wind up ceding another victory to the much-despised Harper regime, well-past its expiry date in the minds of the majority of Canadians. After all, only 39% of Canadians supporting Harper in the last . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: A Solution To The Problem Of Vote-Splitting?
Canadian civil society organizations, activists, political parties and First Nations react with dismay to the news that Prime Minister Stephen Harper had quietly ratified of sellout Canada-China FIPA trade deal.
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I received the following email message last evening from Leadnow.ca:
Since the Harper Conservatives announced their Omnibus Budget, more and more Canadians are rallying against a bill that would put a black mark on our democracy. Now, we’re writing to invite you to join a national day of action at Conservative MP . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: An Opportunity To Send Harper Inc. A Message
Orwell had never been Robocalled
Emma Pullman, Director of Research at Leadnow.ca, has published an article in the Vancouver Observer that promises to blow the deflections of the Conservative Party of Canada (RE Robocalls) completely out of the water.
In her article she writes about John Fryer, Professor of Labour Economics at UVic and . . . → Read More: Vancouver Observer Gives Intimate Look Into Conservative Suppression Tactics
Jamie Biggar, from Leadnow.ca, said it all on March 3, 2012, explaining how Canada’s ruling Conservatives since 2008 have continued to “downplay, distract, and delay” on key issues and have created serious breaches in the Canadian democratic process. … . . . → Read More: gay persons of character: Video: Ruling Canadian Conservatives must take responsibility
Jamie Biggar, from Leadnow.ca, said it all on March 3, 2012, explaining how Canada’s ruling Conservatives since 2008 have continued to “downplay, distract, and delay” on key issues and have created serious breaches in the Canadian democratic process. Canadians are getting mad, finally.
This is a short video, a little bit silly but still absolutely on the mark. From the folks at Leadnow.ca.
Pls sign this petition & share: Election Fraud
33,900+ messages sent in first 24 hours Send quick online automatic robo-letter protesting Harper’s robo-calls. H/T: Nadine Lumley