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Archive - Feb 2007

Date

February 28th

February 28, 2007 Environment

Risky Business

Climate change “quick-fixes” are good for business, but may prove disastrous for the environment

February 27th

February 27, 2007 Business

Turning Down A Gold Mine

In Guatemala, angry locals vote no, but BC firm presses on

February 23rd

February 23, 2007 Literature & Ideas

March Books

February 21st

February 21, 2007 Arts

Picture Perfect

How images are used to create specific relationships between people and the physical environment

February 20th

February 20, 2007 Original Peoples

Hoping Against Hope?

A review of a new audio documentary about the struggle against colonialism in Canada

February 14th

February 14, 2007 Photo Essay

Haiti Aux Haitiens!

Montreal mobilizes in solidarity with Haiti

February 13th

February 13, 2007 Accounts

Waiting For War?

Azerbaijan's refugees see little hope

February 8th

February 8, 2007 Accounts

The Taliban's Past and Future

An interview with Mullah Wakil Ahmad Mutawakil, former Taliban foreign minister

February 5th

February 5, 2007 Business

Cable Cutters

What the cable companies don’t want you to know about radical television in Canada

February 5, 2007 Accounts

Support the Troops or Support the War?

In Afghanistan, it might be difficult to do both

February 5, 2007 Accounts

Land Claims and the People of the Great River

An interview with Paula Lapierre of the Kichesipirini Algonquin Nation

February 1st

February 1, 2007 Media Analysis

The Freedom of the Press Barons

The media and the 2004 Haiti coup

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The Dominion is a monthly paper published by an incipient network of independent journalists in Canada. It aims to provide accurate, critical coverage that is accountable to its readers and the subjects it tackles. Taking its name from Canada's official status as both a colony and a colonial force, the Dominion examines politics, culture and daily life with a view to understanding the exercise of power.

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