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Archive - 2007

October 15th

October 15, 2007 Original Peoples

Oil Versus Water

Toxic water poses threat to Alberta's Indigenous communities

October 11th

October 12, 2007 Ideas

Genocide Denial and North American Academia

An interview with Ward Churchill

October 7th

October 7, 2007 Foreign Policy

Behind the Boycott

Picketers demand that Indigo shareholders cut ties with occupation

October 3rd

October 3, 2007 Labour

Sheraton Ottawa is Workers’ Heartbreak Hotel

Sheraton Ottawa Launch First Strike at Hotel in 20 Years

October 1st

October 1, 2007 Month in Review

September in Review

GM on strike, uranium mining, 1.2 million dead in Iraq

September 27th

September 27, 2007 Foreign Policy

From Occupied Afghanistan

Part I: An Interview with Mike Skinner and Hamayon Ragstar

September 27, 2007 Foreign Policy

From Occupied Afghanistan

Part II: An Interview with Mike Skinner and Hamayon Ragstar

September 24th

September 24, 2007 Photo Essay

Algonquin Resist Uranium Mine

Sharbot Lake Algonquins and locals occupy mining site and enforce land claim

September 20th

September 20, 2007 Canadian News

Veterans Say Agent Orange Settlement Falls Short

Government compensation a diversion, say former Gagetown veterans

September 15th

September 15, 2007 Photo Essay

At the Gates of Fortress North America

Opposing the Security and Prosperity Partnership: Demonstrations in Montebello

September 14th

September 8th

September 8, 2007 Month in Review

August In Review

Climate camp-outs, resource resistance, deep opposition to integration, and wiki crimes

September 6th

September 7, 2007 Opinion

Are Canadian Investors Funding Terror Tactics in Ecuador?

Ascendant Copper in Junin threatening species and livelihoods

August 27th

August 27, 2007 International News

Battle of the Ballot Box Part II

Economics, Migration & Social Change in the Philippines

August 23rd

August 23, 2007 International News

Battle of the Ballot Box: Part I

Urban Militarization, Corporate Power & the 2007 Philippine Elections

August 22nd

August 22, 2007 Opinion

Refusing to be Silent

Economic Disruption in Indian Country

August 17th

August 17, 2007 Photo Essay

Good As Gold?

"There is nothing to negotiate!" Guatemalan community wants Canadian mining company out.

August 13th

August 13, 2007 Opinion

Bringing the SPP Out of the Shadows

Protesters mobilize against new trade and security talks

August 11th

August 11, 2007 Canadian News

Whitewashing Agent Orange

Green Party Leader decries CANTOX Report

August 8th

August 8, 2007 Arts

Outperforming Gentrification

A profile of Jessica Rose

August 4th

August 4, 2007 Canadian News

AFN Supports Direct Action?

Day of Action discussed, criticized at AFN General Assembly

August 3rd

August 3, 2007 Gender

Downtown Eastside Women Ask Politicians for Housing Swap

Living conditions deteriorating from cuts, Olympic preparations, says group

August 3, 2007 Foreign Policy

UN Arrested 40 Ahead of Harper's Haiti Visit

Many demonstrators remain in jail

August 2nd

August 2, 2007 Foreign Policy

Canadians Run Amok in Azerbaijan

Mining, oil undermines central Asian diplomacy and trade

August 1st

August 1, 2007 Month in Review

July In Review

Anti-Canada Day, taking corporations to court, and striving to pie Alberta's Premier

July 27th

July 27, 2007 Original Peoples

Reaching the Breaking Point

Mixed results on First Nations Day of Action

July 21st

July 21, 2007 Literature & Ideas

August Books

New works by Rhodes, Lebowitz, Henderson, and Nickel

July 6th

July 6, 2007 Environment

Uranium rising

Plan to mine radioactive ore generates controversy in Moncton, New Brunwick

July 5th

July 5, 2007 Features

Defending "Life and Sovereignty"

Ecuador’s mining prospects, Canadian companies, and the conflict with affected communities

July 1st

July 1, 2007 Business

Welcome to Ambiguica

Round Two of the Atlantica Debate

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