Only weeks after a similar incident where girls' looks were ranked in an online poll.
Over an 11-week sitting, which began Sept. 15 and wrapped up Dec. 12, just 10 government-proposed bills made it to the parliamentary
Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien warned senators today that the increased police powers proposed in the government's
The potential destruction of terrorism is infinitesimally smaller than the damage done to our rights by a disproportionate attempt to prevent it. Please. Please remember this. It's even more important now, when that fact is so easily forgotten in the wake of the attack on our Parliament and the tragic deaths of Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent and Cpl. Nathan Cirillo. We cannot allow the extreme actions of a few to strip us of the freedoms those soldiers worked so hard to protect. But the Canadian government continues to roll back our rights in the name of "security."
A new poll suggests Canadians are giving a thumbs down to the Conservative government's cyberbullying legislation, at least
OTTAWA - The Conservatives defeated several proposals from opposition MPs that would have tempered federal cyberbullying
OTTAWA - The Conservative government's cyberbullying bill would make too much information about Internet users more easily
The House of Commons justice committee voted Tuesday against an amendment to Bill C-13, the so-called cyberbullying bill
The Harper government’s nominee to be Canada’s privacy commissioner offered legal advice to Canada’s law enforcement and
OTTAWA - The man nominated to be Canada's next privacy commissioner had his first run-in with the Harper government over