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Archive - 2004

September 30th

September 30, 2004 Arts

A Pleasing Demeanor

Chris Cwynar listens to Chris Demeanor's irreverent pop artistry.

This spirited Calgary native has finally found his zone.

September 30, 2004 Labour

Labour News

Labour updates from Iraq, Haiti, Canada, Israel, and many more.

September 30, 2004 Media Analysis

Starving for Journalism

Dru Oja Jay looks at Canadian media coverage of the Palestinian prisoners' hunger strike.

Canadian media avoid fundamentals of Palestinian Prisoners

September 30, 2004 Literature & Ideas

Books, September 2004

Linda Besner reviews new work by Lisa Pasold, Cecilia Kennedy, Darlene Madott and Aislinn Hunter

September 30, 2004 Features

Arrested Developments

rnc_shoes_fp.jpgNew York hosts Republicans... and the largest US demonstration in decades

"New York certainly is an exciting city."

Thus remarked Brad Freeman, a Republican delegate from LA, and friend of George W. Bush, regarding the several hundred thousand protestors who flooded Manhattan....

by Isabel Macdonald

New York hosts Republicans... and the largest US demonstration in decades

September 30, 2004 Original Peoples

"I take this as genocide"

Development, genocide, or both? Kim Petersen looks into the conflict at Sun Peaks

Secwepemc battle BC government over land, Aboriginal Title

September 30, 2004 Environment

Canola Fields and Oil Fields

Dave Ron looks at the future of biofuel and community-based production.

The Uncertain Future of Biodiesel

September 30, 2004 Accounts

Extinguishing the Post Cold War Dream

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Rob Maguire reports from Armenia, where civil liberties have not increased quite as fast as the cost of living.

World Bank-Mandated Energy Privatization Taxes Armenia's Poor

August 25th

August 25, 2004 Ottawa

From the Lower End of Ottawa's Carrot Patch

Homeless Action Strike, other news

August 25, 2004 Ottawa

Planned Detox Closure Endangers Staff, Clients

Thirty year old Detox unit is the only one in Ottawa

August 25, 2004 Ottawa

Small Victory for the Poor and Homeless

Under pressure, mayor agrees to meet protesters

August 25, 2004 Ottawa

Canoeing trip ends in disaster

26-year-old homeless man drowned

August 25, 2004 Comics

Art

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"Art," by Heather Meek

August 25, 2004 Features

Canada in Haiti

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Anthony Fenton digs into Canada's role in the overthrow of a democratic government in Haiti, and the players involved. His investigation raised questions. Among others: was Canada's involvement to diplomatic enabling, or have Canadian troops been directly involved in the hundreds of political assassinations that followed the coup?

Who Engineered the Overthrow of Democracy?

August 25, 2004 Literature & Ideas

Books, August 2004

Linda Besner reviews new poetry from Adeena Karasick, Alexandra Leggat, David Helwig and a recently translated play by Michel Marc Bouchard.

Written On Water

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