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José Bové, Noted Anti-Globalization Activist, Denied Entry to Canada

José Bové, member of European Parliament, farmer, and noted anti-globalization activist, was held for several hours Montreal's airport on Tuesday and later forced to leave the country, proving, according to one observer, that a pending Canada-European Union trade deal is "direct attack on our democracy."

Bové was scheduled to speak at a public forum to discuss the controversial Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA)—a deal he called "a Trojan horse for multinational corporations that seek to use it to bend rules as they wish."  Read more.

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