“If protesting is meaningless … what can we do to create a more just society?” asked DePape, the young parliamentary page who was fired today after a simple display of protest against the current government who were given a majority by only 1 in 4 Canadian voters. DePape can take comfort in the knowledge that … Read more
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- RT @firstcircle12: Hébert: "the prime minister has made a mockery of his promise of a more accountable government" thestar.com/news/canada/20… …… 1 hour ago
- RT @KoobookiTweets: Muzzled MPs? Shady senators? Missing $3Bil? Am I still in the right country? #Canada #cdnpoli 1 hour ago
- I can't help but wonder who benefits the most from making a mockery of our governing bodies. 2 hours ago
- Humble icon Elijah Harper forerunner of today's movement. bit.ly/13DhmEU #INM #cdnpoli 2 hours ago
- It's hard to believe we are on the same planet. n.pr/YRqMuO #feminism #humanrights 2 hours ago
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