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Democracy Watch (mars 21, 2017)
News Release
(English) 21,000 petition House Government Operations Committee, and all federal parties, to Protect Whistleblowers Who Protect Canadians

Democracy Watch (mars 16, 2017)
News Release
(English) B.C. Liberals’ internal fundraising documents requested by plaintiffs in lawsuit challenging Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline approval

Democracy Watch (mars 16, 2017)
News Release
(English) Will Liberals make key changes to stop gouging and abuse of 30 million bank consumers or continue protecting overpaid big bank executives?

Democracy Watch (mars 15, 2017)
News Release
(English) Special prosecutor needed for illegal donation cases – before election day all proven violators must be prosecuted, and Elections BC must release report on all likely illegally funnelled donations since 2013

Democracy Watch (mars 13, 2017)
News Release
(English) B.C. Liberals’ donation disclosure bill too little, too late – claim of possible future changes shouldn’t be believed even if bill is enacted before election

CBC (mars 10, 2017)
News
(English) Democracy Watch calls for watchdog actions and changes as TD Bank employees admit to breaking the law

Democracy Watch (mars 6, 2017)
News Release
(English) Democracy Watch calls on Elections BC to request a prosecution within 30 days of everyone who illegally concealed political donations, and to issue a public report within 60 days on all likely concealed donations

Democracy Watch (mars 1, 2017)
News Release
(English) Group raises questions with federal Lobbying Commissioner about August 2014 fundraising event organized by Clearwater Seafoods shareholder and board member for Justin Trudeau and Liberals

Democracy Watch (février 24, 2017)
News Release
(English) Democracy Watch appeals ruling that Conflict of Interest Commissioner’s decision on B.C. Premier Christy Clark’s $50,000 salary and “cash-for-access” events can’t be challenged in court

(février 23, 2017)
(English) If federal Liberals don’t strengthen whistleblower protection, they will break their open government promise