CANACE founders cited by Ryerson Review of Journalism

24 07 2008

CANACE is pleased to announce that the prestigious Ryerson Review of Journalism has recognized the work of co-founders Gary McHale and Mark Vandermaas for their contributions to news coverage of the Caledonia crisis via their respective websites, and

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CANACE fights for Canadians against incredible odds

6 07 2008

UPDATED 1450 EST July 10/08

UPDATE 2153 EST July 08/08: CANACE ‘extortion’ charges certified by Ontario Court of Justice. Two native protesters now face total of 9 charges for Intimidation, Mischief and Extortion thanks to CANACE Executive Director Gary McHale.

This article was excerpted from a VoiceofCanada piece, ‘McHale wins judicial review hearing in Cayuga court!,’ in which CANACE Director of Research Mark Vandermaas provided some insight into the enormous price paid by CANACE Executive Director Gary McHale to oppose race-based policing in Ontario in order to dramatize the amazing accomplishments of a man who has every reason to give up, but refuses to do so.

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How YOU can help restore justice in Ontario

29 04 2008

knight-w-sword.jpgIn light of recent events in Caledonia and Deseronto, some people have written to us wondering what they can do to help us restore Ontario as a place where all people are equal before the law without resorting to violence.  

We have some ideas for you listed at the end of this document, but the best thing you can do is to join CANACE (for free) and add your name to our growing list of Member Advocates.

If you already know you want to help, go straight to the bottom and get started. If you’d like to know why you should support CANACE in this important Canadian civil rights movement, keep reading…

CANACE was there from the beginning

For more than 18 months, the people who founded the Canadian Advocates for Charter Equality (CANACE) have – with vital support of proud and patriotic Canadians in and outside of Caledonia – dedicated many thousands of hours to researching, exposing and peacefully protesting the lies used by the OPP and the McGuinty government to justify the racially-based policing practices that have torn apart Ontario communities and traumatized thousands of lives, native and non-native, in the process.

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