Bill C-30

Clicks of the Day: Monday, Feb. 27, 2012 Edition!

Linda Hoang - February 27, 2012

Welcome to Monday, February 27 2012’s Clicks of the Day! Robocall, voter suppression allegations broaden in number and type “Calls for a public inquiry are mounting as the list of federal candidates claiming they were targeted by deceitful robocalls and other voter suppression tactics continued to grow on Monday. Another three federal candidates added their names to the ever-lengthening list of places bombarded by election …

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Clicks of the Day: Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2012 Edition!

Linda Hoang - February 22, 2012

Welcome to Wednesday, February 22 2012’s Clicks of the Day! Health Quality Council of Alberta releases report into health care issues “After interviewing more than 2,000 doctors and extensive in-depth discussions with stakeholders, the HQCA made 21 recommendations.In the final report released Wednesday, the concerns over unacceptably long wait times were justified… The report adds no deaths can be attributed to excessive wait times.” Interesting …

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Clicks of the Day: Feb. 17, 18, 19 2012 Weekend Edition!

Linda Hoang - February 19, 2012

Welcome to the three-day roundup … Weekend Edition (February 17, 18, 19) of Clicks of the Day! (I only do one Clicks of the Day post for the weekends so that I can actually have a weekend, lol. And amount of content will fluctuate depending on how much of a weekend I actually have!) ‘Gag order’ in Internet snooping bill prevents Canadians from knowing whether …

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Clicks of the Day: Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2012 Edition!

Linda Hoang - February 15, 2012

Welcome to Wednesday, February 15 2012’s Clicks of the Day! Online surveillance bill teaches Tories tough social-media lesson “In their tough-on-crime approach to legislation, the Conservatives are learning a tough lesson. Mess with the Internet and it’s going to mess with you. Social-media networks and comment pages exploded Wednesday in opposition to the Harper government’s introduction of Bill C-30, which would give police and spies …

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