Affidavit rebuts voter suppression al...

Affidavit rebuts voter suppression allegations against Conservatives

There are 1 comment on the Regina Leader Post story from Aug 9, 2012, titled Affidavit rebuts voter suppression allegations against Conservatives. In it, Regina Leader Post reports that:

The Conservatives have for the first time responded in detail to allegations that they engaged in fraudulent phone calls aimed at suppressing the votes of opposition voters during the last election.

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Ray

North Bay, Canada

#1 Aug 10, 2012
[g8/g20mobilization]Prisoners’ statement on Prisoners’ Justice Day +PJD Events

- Prisoners’ statement on Prisoners’ Justice Day // Déclaration de
détenuEs à l'occasion de la Journée de la justice pour les prisonniers
et
prisonnières

- Prisoners’ Justice Day 2012 Events -- even more cities listed!
Toronto,
Edmonton, Halifax, Kingston, Kitchener-Waterloo, London, Montreal,
Ottawa,
Peterborough, Vancouver, Victoria, and Winnipeg
http://g20.torontomobilize.org/node/783/

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Prisoners Statement on Prisoners’ Justice Day // Déclaration de détenuEs
à
l'occasion de la Journée de la justice pour les prisonniers et
prisonnières

[français ci-dessous]

On Prisoners’ Justice Day in every jail in Canada and in prisons around
the world inmates will go on a 24-hour hunger strike. We do this to
remember Eddy Nolan who died in Millhaven Penitentiary in Ontario on
August 10th 1974 as a victim of the inhumane conditions in that prison
at
that time. We do this to remember all of the inmates who fought and the
two who died in a four day riot in April of 1971 at Kingston
Penitentiary.
Both of those incidents led to major reforms in the Canadian prison
system. We fast so that we ourselves remember. We strike to remind the
institutions and the world that even behind bars we are still entitled
to
human rights and human dignity, and we can still fight for both.

This statement for Prisoners’ Justice Day 2012 was written by Alex
Hundert, with input from more than a dozen inmates inside the Central
North Correctional Complex in Penetanguishene Ontario, and Mandy
Hiscocks
at the Vanier Centre for Women in Milton Ontario. Both are provincial
jails in Ontario, Canada. This statement has been signed so far by 56
inmates in Penetang and Vanier, which is 100% of all of those who had
the
opportunity to read it. Most of those at Penetang who provided input
into
the very first draft of the statement were unable to sign onto this
final
version as they were, for reasons unrelated to the drafting of this
statement, either moved or are now in the hole (administrative
segregation)...

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