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CETA Debated in House of Commons for a Second Day

By Drew Wilson The debate over the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) has been heating up lately. Earlier this week, the agreement made its way onto the floor in the Canadian House of Commons. The next day, there were more questions being asked in Parliament. One of the notable patterns we noticed in the


An Explanation on What a DDOS Attack is For the CBC

The NDP leadership convention has wrapped up in Canada. While a leader was selected, there was an underlying problem with the voting process itself. Since the CBC apparently did not have the resources to understand what a DDOS attack even was which appears to have been what happened to the NDP voting system, we here


NDP Makes No Apology for Copyright Stance

The major drama was sparked by a Toronto town hall meeting when it was found out that the copyright industry stacked the deck in their favour. The fallout exploded when students and NDP MP Olivia Chow – the wife of NDP leader Jack Layton – was threatened by private security at the meeting and an




Canadian Partisanship Appears on YouTube

If you are a Canadian who watches TV, chances are you know all about the Conservative ads airing despite the lack of an election. It is also apparent that there is a lack of ads from any other party.