12 thoughts on “Black Out Speak Out – Canadians Unite

  1. We have become a technology society. And everything we do is on a computer; including work. We have no paper any longer! Sustainability : )

  2. I was kinda loling when I heard protesting was banned after the school protests in montreal a few weeks ago. We had one of those in the states a few months ago where all the popular sites, like wikipedia, turned off their services for the day to protest the copyright laws. I dont think it was too successful. because the legislators will bring the same crap up under a different name when the uproar dies down.

      1. That’s too bad it was annoying for you~ I do wonder a little bit about the effectiveness of blacking out one’s website. But when I heard it was a chance to participate, since I have my own website, I was thrilled to be able to join in – – even if just a little. :)

    1. If the legislators come back – all we gotta do is be ready for ’em. :) There’s no single action that’ll make everything perfect. Gotta slug it out. ‘Never say die,’ right?

      1. I found the blacking out effective only because it actually did raise awareness of an issue I had no idea about. (Shhh: I have an aversion to anything politics related) So in the sense that it caused me to click the black out banner and read about it, I will give it a thumbs up.


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