Fallout from Canada's immigration legislation includes increased detention and deportation of those who, through no fault of their own, have become a scapegoat in the so-called Global War on Terror.
The Canadian Security Intelligence Service has been accused of intimidation and harassment. The People's Commission Network in Montreal is saying that it's time to stop co-operating with CSIS.
Hassan Diab, a Canadian citizen and former University of Ottawa professor, is fighting deportation to France under Canada's Extradition Act for allegations that would not stand up in Canadian courts.
When advocating for First Nations is considered a national security risk -- and how I found out how government surveillance pertains to me.
Jan 28, 2012 to Jan 29, 2012
Osgoode Law School Toronto , ON
Canada43° 39' 11.6136" N, 79° 22' 59.4624" W
The conference Contests in Security & Risk, explores developments in the "securitization" of the law, Jan. 27-28 at Osgoode Law School.
Moe Harkat was issued a security certificate nine years ago and is still fighting for his rights
The Harper government has been negotiating a comprehensive border deal with the U.S. The idea is that we will benefit economically while satisfying the U.S. that we are solid on national security.
Feb 4, 2011 to Feb 7, 2011
various locations on campusMontreal , QC
Canada45° 30' 32.0004" N, 73° 33' 15.0012" W
The People's Commission network forum looks at countering the national security agenda.
Feb 3, 2011 to Feb 4, 2011
103, Fitzgerald Building, University of Toronto
150 College StreetToronto
Canada43° 39' 35.0712" N, 79° 23' 27.906" W
NOII Toronto invites you to a film screening and talk Secret Trial 5, Sophie Harkat and the Human Impact of Canada's Anti-Terror Laws
It has been a commonplace for right-wing continentalists to insist that without binding agreements between Canada and the United States, Canadian exports will be shut out of the American market.