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we headed? Common Dreams offers an eclectic mix of politics, issues and breaking
news with an emphasis on progressive perspectives that are increasingly hard
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As a government and corporate watchdog, the Council offers a critical voice
on key national issues. Since 2004, the Council has focused on fighting deeper
economic integration with the United States. This includes building popular
opposition to the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America, an agreement
reached by Canada, the U.S. and Mexico in 2005, that is paving the way for Canada
to integrate our security measures with those of the United States, surrender
control of our energy supplies, sell off our water, and harmonize our medical
drug testing policies with lower U.S. standards.
TheCouncil of Canadians has run highly influential citizen campaigns against
cutbacks and changes to Canada's system of public pensions, the proposed mergers
of four of the country's biggest banks, and the introduction of Bovine Growth
Hormone into the nation's milk supply. The Council has also worked with groups
and individuals across the country to fight the alarming concentration of media
ownership in Canada. More recently, the Council has launched campaigns to prevent
the bulk export of Canada's fresh water and to protect Canada's public health
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