From Politics'n'Poetry :
"Canada Refuses Entry to CODEPINK Cofounder Medea Benjamin and Retired Colonel Ann Wright
WASHINGTON - October 3 – Two well-respected US peace activists, CODEPINK and Global Exchange cofounder Medea Benjamin and retired Colonel and diplomat Ann Wright, were denied entry into Canada today. The two women were headed to Toronto to discuss peace and security issues at the invitation of the Toronto Stop the War Coalition. At the Buffalo-Niagara Falls Bridge they were detained, questioned and denied entry.
The women were questioned at Canadian customs about their participation in anti-war efforts and informed that they had an FBI file indicating they had been arrested in acts of non-violent civil disobedience."
Politics'n'Poetry has the rest of the story.
CODEPINK : Women For Peace began on Gandhi's birthday in 2002 in response to the ramp-up to the Iraq invasion.
Their mission : "positive social change through creative protest, non-violent direct action, and community involvement."
Maybe it's all that pink that scares 'em.