Techrights Canada was initially proposed by Techrights editor XFaCE following the publication of his article, "Canadian Bill C-11 – Harmful to Free Software". The proposal was to have a section of Techrights dedicated to stories, news, and information covered by Techrights that dealt specifically with Canada. This would allow for issues that Techrights exposes to be more relatable to Canadians.
In addition to this, Techrights Canada will also provide links to resources, organizations, and other activism websites that Canadian can utilize to help get involved against the issues that are raised in our blog posts.
Finally, Techrights Canada will hopefully have somewhat of a relationship with the Pirate Party of Canada, of which XFaCE is also a member. The Pirate Party in Canada is currently the only party which seems to take a firm stand on issues that Techrights hopes to help address through publication, specifically in the areas of software patent abolition and fair copyright reform. One such part of this relationship could be the sharing of Techrights articles. Already, "Canadian Bill C-11 – Harmful to Free Software" has been re-posted on the PPCA website.
 Relevant Articles
- The Pirate Party of Canada (PPCA): Software Patents Should Die
- Canadian Bill C-11 – Harmful to Free Software
- Jim Skippen to Make the Software Patents Mess Worse in Canada, Elsewhere
- MSBBC Cracked, Canadian Government Cracked, Microsoft Blames Users, and .NET-based Aviation System Crashes
- United States May Join Canada in Challenging Nortel’s Patent Sale to Linux Foes
- in the US/Canada Authorise Linux-hostile Patent Cartel, Google Must Help Abolish Software Patents Now
- Milton Public Library and Other Regional Libraries Deploy GNU/Linux
- Canada Sets Precedence in Class-action Lawsuit Over Microsoft Abuses; Gates Still Uses Money for Influence
- Unsolicited Mail from Microsoft Canada Wants Developers to Create/Increase Government’s Windows Lock-in
- Microsoft is Already Trying to Infiltrate Canadian Government Contracts by Pretending to be “Open”
- Microsoft Wants Canada’s Health Records, Telus Gives Them Away
- Bill Gates Successfully Lobbies Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper Ahead of G8 to Make Countries (Taxpayers) Pay for His Initiatives
- Microsoft Canada is Sending Out the Shills, Trying to ‘Consume’ Free Software Advocates
- Amazon is Distorting Canadian Patent Law
- Canada Needs to Fight Back Against Software Patents and Business Method Patents
- New Zealand Has a Software Patents Debate, Canada Wrestles With Business Method Patents
- Patent Situation in Canada Shows Continued Colonisation
- Canadian Government to Challenge Amazon’s Spreading of Software/BM Patents, Which Red Hat Wants Abolished and Microsoft Still Collects
- Canada’s Monopoly Enforcement Exported by Hollywood and Amazon
- Canada Spends Taxpayers’ Money Making Apple and Copyrights Stronger