Even with Amendments, C-51 Should Worry Activists

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opinion

History shows 'lawful protest' clause a flimsy shield against surveillance, dirty tricks. Read more »

By Reg Whitaker, Today

culture

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How Clever Ikea Ads Make Us Feel Smart

When pranksters trick snooty art lovers, it's pure schadenfreude.

By Shannon Rupp, Today

culture

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Taking Life Cues from the Brat Pack in 'The Wolfpack'

We've all wished to live inside a nostalgic '80s flick. These six brothers did.

By Dorothy Woodend, Today

news

OpenMedia's Steve Anderson

Tensions Simmer at Bill C-51 Hearings

Activist and Tory committee member spar over anti-terrorism law.

By Jeremy J. Nuttall, Yesterday

Recent Stories

opinion

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A Tyee Series

Toolkit for Change: How Messages Can Mobilize

Is there something change-makers can learn from the Iron Lady's slogans?

By James Boothroyd, Yesterday


culture

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Are Dystopian Heroines Agents for Change?

'Divergent' generation of female protagonists seek escape, not solutions.

By Crawford Kilian, Yesterday


mediacheck

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Are Leaked Docs Safe With Canadian Reporters?

A homegrown Ed Snowden would find few journos with encrypted email.

By Tim Groves, Yesterday


culture

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It Has Now Been 100 Years Since Vancouver Won a Stanley Cup

A Tyee primer on the most notable centennial of the season.

By Jesse Donaldson, 26 Mar 2015


opinion

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How Harper Turned Canada into a Rogue State

As economy stumbles, our self-styled wartime prime minister bets on fear.

By Crawford Kilian, 26 Mar 2015


news

Car dash

Is Your Car Tracking You?

As new cars collect data, privacy group calls for oversight.

By Bob Mackin, 26 Mar 2015


news

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Canada's Charity Law Needs Reform: Report

University law centre calls for clearer definition of political activity.

By Emma Gilchrist, 25 Mar 2015


news

NDP leader Adrian Dix

Dismissed Researcher Made Shocking Drug Finding

Warburton says 60,000 people who take medication will die prematurely.

By Andrew MacLeod, 25 Mar 2015


opinion

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Will 'Mining' Watchdog Hold Multinationals to Account?

New regulator is respected, but office is toothless.

By Jeff Bone, 25 Mar 2015


news

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Right-wing Website Reboots to Fight Bill C-51

'I feel like we're in some kind of alternate universe,' says Free Dominion founder Connie Fournier.

By Jeremy J. Nuttall, 25 Mar 2015


news

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VIDEO: Herring Crisis Returns on BC's Central Coast

Members of Heiltsuk First Nation explain the roots of a long-simmering dispute.

By Tyee Staff, 24 Mar 2015


opinion

Kids on the SeaBus

Transit Vote Pivotal for Vancouver's Economic Health

In global competition for talent and ideas, infrastructure investment now determines the winners.

By Ian McKay, VEC, 24 Mar 2015


opinion

Liquor at the supermarket

Supermarkets Win Big in BC's New Liquor Landscape

'Machiavellian' plan could harm unionized workers.

By Bill Tieleman, 24 Mar 2015


mediacheck

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Pick-and-Pay TV to Keep Big Broadcasters in Check

CRTC decision includes safeguards against potential anti-competitive conduct.

By Michael Geist, 24 Mar 2015


news

Computer lab

Report Slams Scrapped Post-Secondary Watchdog

Board stacked with private college members, did not reflect all students.

By Bob Mackin, 24 Mar 2015


tyeenews

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Help Build Canada's Best Independent Election Reporting Team

With such a high-stakes election around the corner, we need your support.

By Jane Armstrong, 23 Mar 2015


opinion

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The Potent Economy Booster BC's Premier Insists on Ignoring

How a serious hike in the minimum wage would revive prosperity for all citizens.

By Will McMartin, 23 Mar 2015


news

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Why Are Young Workers Shunning the Oilsands?

Millennials more likely to view industry as outdated and polluting.

By Geoff Dembicki, 23 Mar 2015


polls

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Tyee Poll: Alright Transit Voters… What's It Going to Be?

You've had months to mull it over. Which box are you ticking?

23 Mar 2015


opinion

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Trudeau Was Right to Call Out Racist Past

Canada's list of wrongs against minorities is long.

By Rafe Mair, 23 Mar 2015


opinion

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Look Out! It's the Right of the Living Dead

Have the Reform and Canadian Alliance zombies risen? Evidence is mounting.

By Michael Harris, 21 Mar 2015


news

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Harry Smith Is Coming for Stephen Harper

The 92-year-old anti-austerity campaigner, a UK sensation, sets his sights on Canada.

By Jeremy J. Nuttall, 21 Mar 2015


news

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Baked: The Case for Selling Medical Pot Brownies Heads to Supreme Court

Victoria man's case could legalize 'edible' pot.

By Jeremy J. Nuttall, 20 Mar 2015


news

Doctor records

At Time of Firings, Health Ministry Discussed Selling Patient Data

Access to personal records could 'drive revenue,' claimed industry group.

By Andrew MacLeod, 20 Mar 2015


opinion

Bill C-51 cartoon by Ingrid Rice

Pass that Bill! Slow that One Down! On Harper's Hurry-Up Hypocrisy

Some laws merit careful study. But not Bill C-51.

By Michael Spratt, 20 Mar 2015


opinion

Bill C-51 protest

Bill C-51 Reveals Harper's Inner Bully

The need to ramp up civic literacy is 'critical.'

By Murray Dobbin, 20 Mar 2015


Right-wing Website Reboots to Fight Bill C-51

'I feel like we're in some kind of alternate universe,' says Free Dominion founder Connie Fournier.

By Jeremy J. Nuttall

 

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