Is China a threat to Canadian democracy?
In early November, Global News journalist Sam Cooper reported on intelligence gathered by the Canadian Security and Intelligence Service alleging that China has been interfering in Canadian politics, most notably by transferring funds to a handful of candidates in the 2019 federal election. But the article is based on unsubstantiated claims and dubious allegations.
Critical infrastructure protection: Dangerous politics in Manitoba, Alberta and beyond
Critical infrastructure protection is a class project designed mainly to criminalize opposition to the destructive practices of fossil fuel companies. Despite their claims to being neutral entities enforcing the “rule of law,” the policing and security agencies responsible for critical infrastructure protection act as agents of Canada’s ruling class against Indigenous sovereignty movements defending their land.