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Archive - 2006

June 22nd

June 22, 2006 Original Peoples

Corporate SLAPP

KIprotestors_fp.jpgThe Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug First Nation has been hit with a $10 billion damage suit for refusing drilling rights on territory they say is their own.

Citizens Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug First Nation walk to Queen's Park in the face of a corporate SLAPP suit

June 19th

June 19, 2006 Accounts

What's Yours Is Mine

MiningProtest_fp.jpgCyril Mychalejko reports from Ecuador on local resistance to Canadian mining operations.

Ascendant Copper Corporation Meets Resistance in Ecuador

June 17th

June 17, 2006 Labour

Business Without Boundaries

Atlantica1_fp.jpgBusiness leaders in Atlantic Canada say they've found an answer to the region's economic woes. Atlantic Canadians wish somebody would ask them. Hillary Bain Lindsay investigates.

New initiative hopes to make Atlantic Canada an 'epi-centre' of international trade

June 15th

June 14th

June 10th

June 10, 2006 Environment

Question Park

Kobau_sage_Fp.jpgHeather English wonders if one of Canada's most endangered ecosystems will receive National Park status.

Will one of Canada's most endangered ecosystems receive National Park status?

June 6th

June 6, 2006 Media Analysis

None of Our Business

HugoChavez_fp.jpgDru Oja Jay reads the business section, and finds the news that non-investor Canadians rarely see.

Canada's role in the world and the business press

June 5th

June 5, 2006 Arts

A Novel Cause

north911bg_fp.jpgMacdonald Stainsby reviews David Bernans' first book: a novel about war, racism, and hysteria - and the people who fight against them.

"North of 9/11" is a book about war, racism, and hysteria - and the people who fight against them

June 1st

June 1, 2006 Canadian News

No White Is Illegal?

Fredericton_fp.jpgFredericton police are accused of racism after arrests at a "No One Is Illegal" march. Chris Arsenault investigates.

Fredericton police are accused of racism after arrests at "No One Is Illegal" march

June 1, 2006 Features

Deport Injustice

NOII1_fp.jpgProtesters across Canada demand status for all undocumented people. Sarah Rogers finds out why.

Protests across Canada demand status for all undocumented people

May 31st

May 29th

May 29, 2006 Original Peoples

The Indian Act's Corrupt

tobiqueriver_fp.jpgKim Peterson finds the People of Tobique First Nation resisting corruption, and tracing the problem back to the Indian Act.

Resisting the roots of corruption in Tobique First Nations

May 26th

May 26, 2006 Arts

Strong Nudes

ds_saul_food_fp.jpgMax Liboiron explores sexuality and disability through Belinda Mason-Lovering's photographic essay Intimate Encounters.

Sexuality and Disability

May 25th

May 25, 2006 Labour

The Square Tomato Capital of Canada

Leamington_fp.jpgLeamington, Ontario was chosen as the "best place to live in Canada" by MoneySense Magazine. Van Ferrier asks, 'For who?'

Leamington, Ontario: "The Best Place To Live" For Who?

May 24th

May 24, 2006 Literature & Ideas

June Books

JuneReview_fp.jpgHenderson, Trafford, Taylor and Besner review new works by McCluskey, Sanger, Babstock and Starnino.

May 20th

May 20, 2006 Environment

The New Chainsaw

gmo_trees_fp.jpg GE trees are considered the new threat to global forests. Katie Shafley wonders why no one knows they're being grown in Canada.

Genetically engineered trees are the new threat to Canada's forests

May 19th

May 19, 2006 Food

Cheating on the Special Diet

handsoffmyspecialdiet_fp.jpg Hillary Bain Lindsay learns that McGuinty's recipe for Ontario's poor has left thousands hungry for more.

McGuinty's recipe for Ontario's poor

May 18th

May 18, 2006 Opinion

Wake-Up Canada!

opinion6nations_fp.jpgWhat will it take for Canada to finally recognize First Nations' land rights, asks Gerald McIvor.

The First Nations will no longer tolerate being peasants in their own land

May 16th

May 13th

May 13, 2006 Opinion

Canadian Land Claims

Steinhauerphoto_fp.jpgNative people aren't 'claiming' anything, says Stewart Steinhauer, it's the federal government that's making a land claim on Six Nations' land.

It's the federal government making a land claim, not the Six Nations

May 11th

May 11, 2006 Canadian News

It Doesn't Make Census!

Lockheedsmall_fp.jpgChris Arsenault asks why the world's largest weapons manufacturer is processing Canada's census forms.

The world's largest weapons manufacturer is processing Canada's census forms

May 8th

May 5th

May 4th

May 4, 2006 Arts

Portraits of Strength

WomanSky_fp.jpgMoira Peters talks to artist Marlon Garcia Arriaga about his paintings and the women of Panzós, Guatemala that inspire them.

The women of Panzós

May 2nd

May 2, 2006 Français

Visite du président élu d'Haïti M. René Préval

preval_brazil_fp.jpg Au cours de l'entrevue, M. Préval a clairement exprimé sa volonté de faire respecter la souveraineté nationale et de ne servir de marionnette à personne.

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