532 media appearances in 2017 (including 79 national appearances)

707 media appearances in 2016 (including 90 national appearances)
441 media appearances in 2015 (including 54 national appearances)
434 media appearances in 2014 (including 174 national appearances)
833 media appearances in 2013 (including 246 national appearances)
To see an archive of Democracy Watch’s 557 media appearances (including 165 national appearances) in 2012, click here
To see an archive of Democracy Watch’s media appearances from Sept. 1993 to Sept. 2012, click here

Democracy Watch (June 20, 2017)
News Release
Queen Elizabeth, Britain’s politicians and public know rules for its minority government because they are written – B.C.’s Lieutenant Governor, politicians and public don’t because rules are unwritten

Democracy Watch (June 19, 2017)
If federal government was open, Norman case wouldn’t be about disclosing secrets

Democracy Watch (June 16, 2017)
News Release
House Committee recommends key changes to strengthen federal government whistleblower protection – will the Liberals finally make the changes?

Democracy Watch (June 13, 2017)
News Release
25,000+ petition House Finance Committee to recommend key changes to stop gouging and abuse of big bank consumers

Democracy Watch (June 12, 2017)
News Release
Group launches petition calling on federal Liberals to Stop Political Lapdog Appointments

Democracy Watch (June 6, 2017)
News Release
To test Liberal government Cabinet appointments process, Democracy Watch Co-founder applied for Lobbying Commissioner position last November

Democracy Watch (June 5, 2017)
News Release
B.C. legislature should change to non-partisan, non-MLA Speaker – B.C.’s Constitution Act allows any MLA to preside over legislature until Act is changed

Democracy Watch (May 24, 2017)
News Release
Democracy Watch files complaint with Ethics Commissioner raising questions about violations of federal ethics law by BlackRock and the federal Cabinet

Democracy Watch (May 17, 2017)
News Release
B.C. may have a new government – will it be democratic?

Democracy Watch (May 17, 2017)
News Release
Federal Liberals should suspend Ethics Commissioner, Lobbying Commissioner and other judicial and watchdog appointments until they make the appointment process independent and merit-based, and prohibit reappointments of any watchdog