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Archive - 2006

January 23rd

January 23, 2006 Media Analysis

Ce qui rend un scandale scandaleux

pettigrew_yves_fp.jpg Dru Oja Jay s'interroge sur le silence des médias canadiens sur la question haïtienne alors que ceux-ci se sont acharnés sur l'affaire des voyages de Pierre Pettigrew.

Les médias et l'appartement de Pierre Pettigrew, rue Aristide Bruant

January 21st

January 21, 2006 Accounts

The Politics of Brutality in Haiti

cite_soleil_fp.jpgIn Port-au-Prince, Aaron Lakoff reflects on Canada's role in Haiti's ongoing human rights disaster

Canada, the UN and "collateral damage"

January 19th

January 19, 2006 Agriculture

Your Local Farmers Marketing

quinte_fp.jpgDru Oja Jay investigates how small farmers are cutting out the 'middle man' and doing the marketing themselves.

Ontario organic farmers form cooperative to offset razor-thin margins

January 16th

January 16, 2006 Environment

Where The Mountains Are Still Growing

mountains_fp.jpgHillary Lindsay investigates the human cost of a 'business as usual' approach to climate change in Northeastern India.

Will mega dams in Manipur, India 'solve' climate change?

January 16, 2006 Original Peoples

Who Owns The Climate?

smoke_fp.jpg Indigenous peoples demand a voice in climate change negotiations that are disproportionately impacting them. Hillary Lindsay listens in.

Indigenous leaders demand a voice in climate change negotiations

January 10th

January 10, 2006 Arts

Please Remember Music

soa.musicians_fp.jpgThousands sing for revolution at the School of The Americas Protest in Fort Benning, Georgia. Carole Ferrari joins the chorus.

Song plays a central role at the School of the Americas Protest

January 9th

January 9, 2006 International News

"The Other" Way

The Zapatistas' New Direction

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