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Archive - Apr 2006

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April 27th

April 26th

April 26, 2006 Foreign Policy

War, Warlords, War Crimes

troops_afgh_fp.jpgAlex Hemingway asks why Canada has allied itself with warlords in Afghanistan and provides some context to the current conflict.

Afghanistan in context

April 25th

April 25, 2006 Opinion

ReFraser The Question

York2_fp.jpgAnna Kirkpatrick questions the ideology behind the Fraser Institute's Annual School Ranking.

The Flip Side of the Fraser Institute's Annual School Ranking

April 24th

April 24, 2006 Letters

Correction: Canadian Politicians Travel to Haiti

"Canadian Politicians Travel to Haiti on Eve of Elections" (April 22, 2006) cited an email that was sent to the Dominion in response to a request, saying that specific details of a scheduled visit of a Parliamentary delegation to Haiti...

April 24, 2006 Food

Home Grown Dissent

homegrown_fp.jpgIn solidarity with farmers' protests in Ontario, Kristen Howe dishes up a spring feast made with local ingredients.

Connecting the evening news and the evening meal

April 23rd

April 23, 2006 Agriculture

Farm Out!

calf_fp.jpgCammie Harbottle investigates biodynamic agriculture and discovers that farming is about the earth - and the moon.

Biodynamics will change the way you think about agriculture

April 22nd

April 21st

April 21, 2006 Literature & Ideas

May Books

mayreview_fp.jpgHenderson, Trafford, Taylor and Besner review new works by Frangione, Queyras , Coles and Haley.

April 20th

April 19th

April 19, 2006 Original Peoples

Home On Native Land

6photo-fp.jpgHillary Bain Lindsay visits the Six Nations blockade near Caledonia, Ontario where First Nations people are repossessing their land.

The people of Six Nations are repossessing their land

April 17th

April 17, 2006 Canadian News

Coal Comfort

cerrejon13_fp.jpgChris Arsenault investigates what people are supporting in Colombia when they pay their power bill in New Brunswick.

What are New Brunswickers supporting when they pay their power bill?

April 13th

April 13, 2006 Foreign Policy

Canada's Debt to Afghanistan

sonalickut_fp.jpg Afghan Women's Mission co-director Sonali Kolhatkar says that Canadians need to begin "undoing the damage" in Afghanistan

Canadians needs to "undo the damage": visiting activist

April 11th

April 9th

April 9, 2006 Foreign Policy

Declassifying Canada in Haiti: Part II

censored2_fp.jpg Was Canada an early backer of a coup against the democratically elected government of Haiti, led by the dreaded former military? New documents raise new questions.

Did Canada have plans to support another military coup in Haiti?

April 7th

April 7, 2006 Foreign Policy

Declassifying Canada in Haiti: Part I

censored_fp.jpg Documents acquired by the Dominion in a Access to Information Act request reveal that Canada was long planning a military intervention in Haiti.

Canadian officials planned military intervention weeks before Haitian coup

April 6th

April 6, 2006 Letters

Readers respond to Yugoslavia series

From the bottom of my heart, I wish to thank Dru Oja Jay for his courage to write a compelling and truthful attempt to set the record straight on what really happened (and is happening) to Yugoslavia (five part series)....

April 5th

April 5, 2006 Features

A little story about direct action against the third largest corporation in Canada

Letters exchanged between Stewart Steinhauer and the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce.

April 4th

April 4, 2006 Literature & Ideas

April Books

review-cover.jpgBesner and Trafford review new works by Crosbie and Noteboom

April 3rd

April 3, 2006 Business

Canadian Dis-Content

amc_webfp.jpgEzra Winton examines CANCON's role in our film industry and asks why Canadian films are not being shown in Canadian theatres.

Examining CANCON's role in our film industry

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