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Archive - Nov 2004

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November 6, 2004 Features

Multiculturalism: It Hurts Us All

Why Canada isn't, never was, and probably never will be a multicultural nation
Susana Ferreira explores Toronto's underground economy, and the real effects of Canada's "multicultural" policies.

Why Canada isn't, never was, and probably never will be a multicultural nation

November 6, 2004 Arts

Yes Means No!

When international gatherings of corporate executives (mistakenly) ask the Yes Men to be their keynote speakers, they are only too happy to oblige. Max Liboiron watches the results.

The Yes Men dish up artistic critique to straight-faced corporate audiences

November 6, 2004 Original Peoples

The Struggle for Haida Gwaii

The Haida people claim to have inhabited Haida Gwaii for 10,000 years, but official recognition of their sovereignty is still in question. Kim Petersen looks at what are sometimes called the Queen Charlotte Islands.

Sovereignty, resources and culture at stake, say Haida

November 6, 2004 Accounts

Kerry on Vietnam

33 years before running for President, John Kerry returned from Vietnam to tell lawmakers about the atrocities that were being committed.

The recently defeated presidential candidate, 33 years earlier

November 6, 2004 Media Analysis

Counterbalance to Reality

Canadian media present two pictures of Haiti: helpless victim and land of violent "gangs". Dru Oja Jay compares their story to the facts on the ground.

Canadian Media on Haiti

November 6, 2004 Health

Vioxx Populi?

In the wake of revelations about side effects and effectiveness of Merc's Vioxx, Andrea Smith looks at the drug approval process in Canada.

Withdrawal raises questions about drug approval in Canada

November 6, 2004 Environment

Sacrificing Belledune

Environmental groups, officials disagree about the impact of a proposed hazardous waste dump in Belledune, New Brunswick. Hillary Lindsay listens to their accounts.

New Brunswick community to host 100,000 tonnes of toxic soil

November 6, 2004 Labour

Insisting on Working

In this interview, The Take director Avi Lewis talks about the film, and the implications of "inverting the traditional labour action".

An interview with The Take Director Avi Lewis

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November 6, 2004 Literature & Ideas

Books, November 2004

Linda Besner reviews new books by Grant, Nepveu and Levin. Matthew Trafford reviews Arthur Motyer's What's Remembered.

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