"Guantanamo North" is 1-part parody, 3-parts satire, 2-parts interpretation, and straight-up reporting of facts with a distinct commentary shaped with the distinct purpose of informing and engaging stake-holders to the rapaciously growing Police State in Canada. That's the basic reasoning behind the branding.
This is an all-too-real parody using humour and impropriety to report upon the real-life actions of the police state in Vancouver Island. This is protected by Charter Section 2, and ALL sorts of Fair Dealing exceptions to the Copyright Act. Shall we play a game? I dare you to try, because I doubt you can SLAPP this, and we'll likely have to go Counter Suit on you and your shifty brethren. Be civil.
Most (if not all) content copyrighted works are used by virtue of the Fair Dealings provisions of the Canada Copyright Modernization Act (2012) and as such, if you've got concerns and wish to prevent us from educating the public about the rampant State-Sponsored actors, you are welcome to contact us or serve us a really poorly constructed Notice of Action. After this, we will destroy your arguments. Capiche? You're welcome to try, even as our expression protected by Section 2; but if you do, please remember that the door you just opened to countersuit remains unlocked. Tread very carefully.
If you have further inquiries, please send an email to email@example.com and we'll try to set you on the right path.