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Archive - 2005

April 5th

April 6, 2005 Français

L'invasion du mégot

megot3_fp.jpg Le mégot cause également de sérieux dommages dans le milieu aquatique, forestier et humain, écrit Vivien Jaboeuf

April 5, 2005 Original Peoples

Canada, Racism, Genocide, and the Bomb

ore_fp.jpg Canada's little-known role in the construction of the first atomic bombs is still affecting people of the Dene nation today, says Kim Petersen

The Legacy of C.D. Howe

April 1st

March 31st

March 29th

March 28th

March 28, 2005 Accounts

"I can't go back to Iraq"

anderson_fp.jpg Darrell Anderson doesn't want to kill innocent Iraqi civilians, and is seeking refuge in Canada. Benjamin Witte looks at his situation and his odds of success.

American "deserters" seek refugee status

March 27th

March 28, 2005 Health

Cosmetics Industry Under Fire

cosmetics_fp.jpg Activists in Europe are questioning the health effects of chemicals, endocrine disruptors, and "penetration enhancers" in cosmetics, writes Andrea Smith

Health effects of chemicals, endocrine disruptors, "penetration enhancers" questioned

March 24th

March 24, 2005 Arts

Revaluing Value

copyright_warning_fp.jpg Max Liboiron looks at the Department of Behavioural Investigation's anti-copyright art movement.

The Condition of Copyright

March 23rd

March 24, 2005 Environment

Forbidden Film

forbidden_forest_fp.jpg Hillary Lindsay talks to Director Kevin Matthews about his latest documentary, Forbidden Forest

Multinational corporations and New Brunswick's forests

March 20th

March 20, 2005 Accounts

Textbook Treatment

chile_mural_fp.jpg 15 years after Pinochet, Carey Jernigan looks at the effects of state-sponsored violence on Chilean society.

State-Sponsored Violence in Pinochet's Chile

March 14th

March 10th

March 2nd

March 2, 2005 Literature & Ideas

Books, March 2005

march05_fp.jpg Brubacher, Besner, Trafford and Deen review new books by Suzuki, Sinclair, Williams and Field.

February 28th

February 28, 2005 Original Peoples

"...where a son cannot work for his father"

sault_fp.jpg When can a son not work for his father? Kim Petersen examines government involvement in native fishing rights.

Métis fishing rights and the Ontario government

February 24th

February 25, 2005 Health

Cancer prevention in Canada

stacks_fp.jpg Why isn't addressing environmental causes of cancer in the government's official cancer control strategy, Andrea Smith asks.

Are we doing all we can?

February 23rd

February 23, 2005 Français

L'Argentine: Survivre par le Troc

trueque_fp.jpg Le troc est vite devenu populaire auprès des citoyens apeurés et ne pouvant plus faire confiance à un gouvernement incapable de les nourrir. Par Rim Boukhssimi

February 22nd

February 22nd

February 21, 2005 Environment

Nanotechnology and the Rebirth of Alchemy

nanotech-fp.jpg Is nanotechnology moving too fast for us to assess the risks that might be involved? Yuill Herbert reports.

Are converging technologies laying a golden egg?

February 19th

February 20, 2005 Media Analysis

Canada is Legitimizing Suppression of Haitian Democracy: Filmmaker

pina-paup_fp.jpg Dru Oja Jay interviews filmmaker Kevin Pina about Canada's role in the overthrow of Haiti's government.

Kevin Pina slams role of Canadian government, media

February 17th

February 17, 2005 Arts

The Architecture of "Basic Human Pleasure"

skateboard-mtl_fp.jpg Thanks to overzealous insurance agencies, skateboarders have been driven to the margins of cities. Dru Oja Jay looks at some proposed alternatives.

Godzilla vs. Skateboarder showcases the art and politics of skateboarding

February 15th

February 16, 2005 Accounts

Burma and Divestiture

moustachebros_fp.jpgAfter the disastrous tsunami, the Burmese government reported only 80 deaths along 2,000 km of coastline. Shaughn McArthur looks closer.

After the Tsunami

February 12th

February 12, 2005 Labour

No One Is Illegal

noii2_fp.jpg Rejecting charity and embracing solidarity, Montreal's No One is Illegal works for the "regularization of everyone". Matt Mundy speaks to Jaggi Singh.

Group aims for ''regularization of everyone'' through solidarity, not charity

February 12, 2005 Accounts

Growing Pains, Gains for Global Solidarity

This year's World Social Forum was the largest ever, attracting over 120,000 participants. Jennifer Besner describes the scene in Porto Allegre.

2005 World Social Forum was largest ever

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