Media

2012

Windsor Star (décembre 26, 2012)
Website Article
(English) Election turnout decline show needs for politicians to engage voters and enhance democracy in Canada

580 CFRA News Talk Radio (décembre 18, 2012)
Radio Interview
(English) Re: Democracy Watch’s opinion is Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney crossed ethics line by accepting hospitality from Liberal Finance Critic while being approached for Liberal leadership

Ottawa Citizen, National Post and 4 other Postmedia News newspapers (décembre 18, 2012)
Website Article
(English) Democracy Watch’s opinion is Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney crossed ethics line by accepting hospitality from Liberal Finance Critic while being approached for Liberal leadership — Ottawa Citizen

Lobby Monitor (décembre 17, 2012)
Website Article
(English) Democracy Watch fails government in accountability report card

McLean in the Morning - News 91.9 (décembre 14, 2012)
Radio Interview
(English) Re: Federal Conservatives’ accountability and democratic reform record gets an F for breaking many promises and practising politics as usual

Democracy Watch (décembre 14, 2012)
News Release
(English) More than 61,000 messages sent in anti-robocall, pro-election law enforcement letter-writing drive

The Todd Veinotte Show -- News 95.7 Halifax, 88.9 Saint John, 91.9 Moncton (décembre 13, 2012)
Radio Interview
(English) Re: Federal Conservatives’ accountability and democratic reform record gets an F for breaking many promises and practising politics as usual

CTV News (décembre 13, 2012)
Television Interview
(English) Re: Federal Conservatives’ accountability and democratic reform record gets an F for breaking many promises and practising politics as usual – CTV News

NZWeek, Xinhua, and Global Times (décembre 13, 2012)
Website Article
(English) Canadian government gets failing grade from democracy watchdog

Democracy Watch (décembre 12, 2012)
News Release
(English) Federal Conservatives’ accountability and democratic reform record gets an F for breaking many promises and practising politics as usual