A call for solidarity as political turmoil in Honduras rises

Tens of thousands of people have been protesting fraudulent elections in Honduras over the past few months.  The majority of the people in the country believe the right-wing candidate stole the elections.  The response by the government has been violent and repressive.  Despite the public conclusion by the Organization of American States (OAS) that the November 26 elections were fraudulent and required new elections, the Canadian government recognized Hernandez prior to his inauguration.

Premier of Ontario killed vital long-term care legislation for an empty Throne Speech

Seniors living in long-term care lost out on legislation that would have finally brought in vital minimum care standards because the Premier Kathleen Wynne decided it was more important to have a Throne Speech that did little other than rehash old promises, said CUPE Ontario President Fred Hahn at Queen’s Park.

Kathleen Wynne's legal troubles continue over deal to privatize Hydro One

Lawyers for the Premier and Ministers of Energy and Finance were back in court today, trying to defend the sell-off of Hydro One that hurt the people of the province and benefited the Ontario Liberal party.

The misfeasance suit, filed by Steven Shrybman and Goldblatt Partners on behalf of a group of concerned citizens led by the Canadian Union of Public Employees, was before the Ontario Court of Appeal today.

Premier Kathleen Wynne's legal troubles continue over deal to privatize Hydro One

Lawyers for the Premier and Ministers of Energy and Finance were back in court today, trying to defend the sell-off of Hydro One that hurt the people of the province and benefited the Ontario Liberal party.

The misfeasance suit, filed by Steven Shrybman and Goldblatt Partners on behalf of a group of concerned citizens led by the Canadian Union of Public Employees, was before the Ontario Court of Appeal today.

Premier’s legal troubles continue over deal to privatize Hydro One

Lawyers for the Premier and Ministers of Energy and Finance were back in court today, trying to defend the sell-off of Hydro One that hurt the people of the province and benefited the Ontario Liberal party.

The misfeasance suit, filed by Steven Shrybman and Goldblatt Partners on behalf of a group of concerned citizens led by the Canadian Union of Public Employees, was before the Ontario Court of Appeal today.

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