September 23, 2017

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Harper doesn’t let law get in the way

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his government have run up a long record of anti-democratic behaviour over the last nine years, muzzling scientists and the bureaucracy in general, bypassing Parliament and the media, dismissing unpopular watchdogs, withholding documents from Parliament and the general public, subverting election legislation and on and on

ADRIAN WYLD / THE CANADIAN PRESS

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his government have run up a long record of anti-democratic behaviour over the last nine years, muzzling scientists and the bureaucracy in general, bypassing Parliament and the media, dismissing unpopular watchdogs, withholding documents from Parliament and the general public, subverting election legislation and on and on

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