Lawyers Paul Copeland and Howard Morton discuss the major review of police actions during the Toronto G-20 and if there has been accountability
A photo Journalist describes his experience following the black block as they rampage through the streets of Toronto during the G20 Summit.
Howard Morton: There is evidence the police infiltrated "Black Bloc" and should have known their plans
Steve Paikin, veteran Canadian journalist, describes arrest and beating of Guardian newspaper journalist
Paul Jay: Are extraordinary police powers and cuts to social safety net the G-20 plan for the future?
As basic rights and freedoms are stripped from the people of Toronto, Paul Jay sits down with Toronto’s mayor, David Miller.
TRNN Replay – TRNN’s Jesse Freeston, one of the members of media attacked or arrested at G-20
Freeston: Freedom of press doesn’t go away during a crisis, it is precisely for crises that it exists
Canadian mining company, Pacific Rim, is in court suing the government of El Salvador for 100 million dollars. It claims that by not awarding the company an exploitation permit for its proposed gold mine, the tiny country is in breach of the Central American Free Trade Agreement (known as CAFTA). Canada is not a signatory…