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The Canadian Progressive: Energy East: “Treaty and Aboriginal rights must be respected”

Energy East must respect treaty and Aboriginal rights, says the Ontario Energy Board in its just-released review of TransCanada’s proposed pipeline.

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The Canadian Progressive: RCMP planning mass arrests of indigenous Unist’ot’en activists under Bill C-51: Reports

Canadian rights defenders are warning that the RCMP is planning mass arrests of members of the indigenous Unist’ot’en First Nation using the country’s new police state law, Bill C-51.

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The Canadian Progressive: Jack Layton would be proud of Canadians’ growing hunger for change

Canadians’ ever-increasing hunger for changer from the dictatorial Stephen Harper regime would make the late NDP leader Jack Layton proud.

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The Canadian Progressive: Harper’s New Citizenship Act Faces Constitutional Challenge

Harper’s new Citizenship Act is being characterized as “anti-immigrant, anti-Canadian, anti-democratic, and unconstitutional” in a new court challenge.

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The Canadian Progressive: Mulcair asks voters to fire Harper over Duffy scandal

During the 2015 federal election on October 19, Canadians should use the power of the vote to fire Stephen Harper over the Mike Duffy scandal, says NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair.

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The Canadian Progressive: LeadNow Activists To Storm Joe Oliver’s Eglinton-Lawrence Riding

LeadNow activists are planning to storm the key Toronto-area battleground riding of Eglinton-Lawrence and snatch from the Harper Conservatives during the 2015 federal election.

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The Canadian Progressive: Harper and Trudeau attack NDP candidate McQuaig for stating a scientific fact

Stephen Harper and Justin Trudeau attacked NDP candidate Linda McQuaig for repeating the wildly-published scientific fact that some of Alberta’s tar sands must “remain in the ground” to limit global warming.

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The Canadian Progressive: Voter justice denied as Fair Elections Act legal challenge is delayed

Canadians’ legal challenge to the Harper government’s “anti-democratic” Fair Elections Act won’t be heard until after the 2015 federal elections. Voter justice denied.

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The Canadian Progressive: The lies Harper told during 2015 election call, first leaders’ debate

Stephen Harper told a lot of lies during his launch of the 2015 federal election campaign, and during the first national leaders debate, hosted by Maclean’s Magazine.

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The Canadian Progressive: Trudeau on supporting Bill ‪C-51‬: “Perhaps It Was Naive”

During last Thursday’s Maclean’s leaders’ debate, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau admitted that the Liberals’ support of Harper’s “secret police” Bill C-51 was “perhaps it was naive.”

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The Canadian Progressive: B.C. residents choose Mulcair as prime minister in post-debate poll

British Columbians polled just after last Thursday’s Maclean’s leaders debate would pick NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair for Canada’s next Prime Minister.

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The Canadian Progressive: #HarperBlamesAlbertans: Canadians thrash Harper for dissing Alberta Premier Notley, Albertans

Stephen Harper insulted Albertans for electing Rachel Notley and the Alberta NDP, ending 44 straight years of one party Progressive Conservative rule in the oil-rich province. Canadians hit back using the Twitter hastag #HarperBlamesAlbertans.

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The Canadian Progressive: Harper is Canada’s worst economic manager since World War II

A report released on the eve of the 2015 federal election call by Unifor, Canada’s largest private sector union, reveals that Harper qualifies for the unenviable title: Canada’s worst economic manager since World War II.

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The Canadian Progressive: WikiLeaks reveals CBC and Canada Post may be sold under TPP agreement

A confidential letter leaked by WikiLeaks on Wednesday reveals that the CBC and Canada Post could be sold under the secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement, currently being negotiated by Canada and 11 other countries in Maui, Hawaii.

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The Canadian Progressive: Anonymous threatens to reveal “real reason” John Baird jumped the Conservatives’ sinking ship

The hacktivist collective Anonymous is threatening to release decrypted text messages revealing the “real reason” former Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird abruptly resigned as both a senior government minister and elected MP earlier this year.

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The Canadian Progressive: Anonymous “now privy to many of Stephen Harper’s most cherished secrets”

Anonymous has started releasing high-level documents retrieved from secure Harper government computers as retaliation for the RCMP’s recent murder of a protester in British Columbia.

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The Canadian Progressive: Trudeau rebuked as Conservative defector Eve Adams loses Liberal nomination bid

Grassroots democracy prevailed Sunday when Conservative defector and Justin Trudeau’s pick, Eve Adams, lost her bid to carry the Liberal flag in Eglinton-Lawrence during the 2015 federal election.

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The Canadian Progressive: Harper’s draconian cuts making the Canadian public service bleed [VIDEO]

The Public Service Alliance of Canada wants voters to remember the impact of the Harper government’s cuts to public services when they vote during the 2015 federal election.

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The Canadian Progressive: Rights Groups Launch Charter Challenge Against Harper’s Bill C-51

Bill C-51 “poses a fundamental threat to Canadians’ rights and civil liberties”, the Canadian Civil Liberties Association and Canadian Journalists for Free Expression declare in new Charter challenge against Harper’s police state legislation.

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The Canadian Progressive: RCMP national website downed, Anonymous claims responsibility

After vow to avenge the RCMP’s deadly Dawson Creek shooting, Anonymous is claiming responsibility for downing the Canadian police force’s website Sunday.

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The Canadian Progressive: The great Canadian campaign to kill C-51 is alive, thriving

OpenMedia.ca, LeadNow.ca and AVAAZ.org lead renewed campaign to free Canada of Stephen Harper’s brand new dictatorships style legislation, Bill C-51

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The Canadian Progressive: Victoria is the best city to be a woman in Canada: Study

A new study by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives reveals that Victoria is the best city to be a woman in Canada.

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The Canadian Progressive: New NDP attack ad says Harper is world’s worst talent

New NDP attack ad draws attention to the fact that Stephen Harper is the “world’s worst talent scout”, highlights the Conservatives’ recent ethical lapses.

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The Canadian Progressive: NDP to repair Canada’s damaged relations with aboriginal peoples

An NDP federal government will repair Canada’s relations with First Nation, Inuit and Métis peoples, Mulcair told the Assembly of First Nations this week.

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The Canadian Progressive: Canadians take fight against Harper’s Bill C-51 to UN rights committee

Canadian rights activists to challenge Bill C-51, Stephen Harper’s new anti-terror law, before the UN Human Rights Committee in Geneva this week.

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