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  This petition intends to press the Government of Canada to uphold Indigenous Rights and implement UNDRIP. This petition demands... more
Dear Prime Minister: Recent events have led me to conclude that I cannot serve as Clerk of the Privy Council and Secretary to Cabinet during the upcoming... more
March 18, 2019
SNC-Lavalin, a Canadian corporate giant with an established history of corruption, is charged with bribing the Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi's brutal regime... more
SNC-Lavalin scandal
justin trudeau. government of canada
international law
Office of the Prime Minister 80 Wellington Street, Ottawa, ON K1P 5K9 Attention: The Right Honourable Justin Trudeau March 4, 2019   Dear Prime Minister, It is... more
2019 election
Liberal Party of Canada
Nathan Cullen announces via Twitter that he will not seek to run in the 2019 federal election, and wishes to focus on his private life. 
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March 2, 2019
Dear Friends, The time has come for me to say goodbye. While I have left this place physically, I have some final words I'd like to share. I want to say thank... more
By Anonymous
February 6, 2019
Paul Dewar
Government of Canada
Dear President Xi Jinping, We, the undersigned scholars, former diplomats, and others with an interest in understanding China and building bridges, are deeply... more
By Anonymous
January 21, 2019
To Unist’ot’en Camp, Land defenders in Wet’suwet’en territory,   On January 7th, 2019 we watched, infuriated as a militarized RCMP forced the removal of 14... more
How people think about political leaders has to do with a lot of factors, well beyond their policy positions. Voters develop a sense of what kind of person... more
December 30, 2018
The toxic waste of the Canadian oilpatch has been quietly spreading in the boreal forest since bitumen mining began near Fort McMurray in Northern Alberta in... more
The president of Alberta’s fossil fuel industry regulator will resign in January, after the organization publicly apologized for the alarm caused by its $260-... more
climate change
Alberta Oil Sands
THE SCALE OF THE CLIMATE ISSUE Eighty percent of Canadians believe climate change is a very big or moderately big problem today. Only one in five say it is a... more
climate change
Today, as Bill C-76 heads back to the House of Commons from the House Procedure Affairs Committee, Democracy Watch called on MPs, among other key changes to... more
Bill C-76