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August 29th

August 29, 2005 Features

Copper vs. Ecology in Junín

bridge_cloudforest_fp.jpg Stuart Schussler visits the Ecuadorian community of Junín, where Vancouver-based Ascendant Copper has met with strong local opposition.

Canadian Mining Company Preaches Development, Reaps Division in Ecuadorian Cloud Forest

August 27th

August 27, 2005 Literature & Ideas

September Books

sept05books.jpg Besner, Svec, Trafford and Fraser review new work by Leckie, Brossard, Sands-Brodoff and Lau

August 25th

August 25, 2005 Arts

The Rising of The Rising

rising2_fp.jpg Why aren't Canadian media paying any attention to international bollywood blockbuster The Rising? Rajiv Rawat explains.

Canadian film critics pass on Bollywood blockbuster's hard look at imperialism

August 17th

August 17, 2005 Français

Génocide rwandais : La presse française au ban des accusés

rwanda2_fp.jpg Jean-Paul Gouteux, spécialiste de la question rwandaise, nous rappelle la tendance néocolonialiste de la presse française en Afrique.

Entretien avec Jean-Paul Gouteux

August 16th

August 16, 2005 Original Peoples

Insurgency In Occupied Alberta

bigbear_fp.jpg In the first installment of his "a voice from the coffin" series, Stewart Steinhauer looks at Canada's "little matter of genocide".

A Voice From The Coffin

August 6th

August 6, 2005 Labour

After the Collapse

argen_canton_fp.jpg After the Argentinian economy collapsed, people began to work together, laying the groundwork for a new kind of democracy, says Sean Cain.

A review of Argentina: Hope in Hard Times

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