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Archive - 2007

June 21st

June 21, 2007 Accounts

War, Landmines, and Some Hope of Peace

Getting a leg up on life in Northern Uganda

June 18th

June 18, 2007 Foreign Policy

A Mined Democracy

The Philippines is rife with political violence, but Canadian mining companies don't seem to mind

June 12th

June 12, 2007 Accounts

Where is Atlantic Canada Heading?

An interview with Maude Barlow on Atlantica

June 3rd

June 3, 2007 Visuals

Right Protest

A photo essay on the protests surrounding the election of a right-wing president in France

June 1st

June 1, 2007 Month in Review

Events in May

Robin Hood pepper sprayed, foreign oil workers kidnapped, security wall for G8 leaders, and more

May 31st

May 31, 2007 Ideas

Mark Mackinnon's New Cold War

Canada, the US and democracy promotion in the former Soviet republics

May 30th

May 30, 2007 Sexuality

Laying the Law (Down)

Legal context for sex work in Canada

May 27th

May 27, 2007 Food

Goose Break

The changing climate and hunting in the North

May 27, 2007 Literature & Ideas

June Books

A review of Tyrannosaurus Rex Versus the Corduroy Kid

May 26th

May 26, 2007 Foreign Policy

Mining the Congo

Canadian mining companies in the DRC

May 25th

May 25, 2007 Arts

Wonder Wine?

Who decides what wine stocks the shelves of the LCBO

May 24th

May 24, 2007 Agriculture

¡Si, Se Puede!

Field workers in Florida say “Yes we can!” - and are

May 21st

May 21, 2007 Original Peoples

Watered Down Excuse

According to one scientist, high cost is no excuse for lack of safe drinking water in First Nations communities

May 18th

May 18, 2007 Accounts

UN-Reliable

The UN is misleading the public regarding its role in Haiti

May 14th

May 14, 2007 Foreign Policy

Canada in the Congo War

Role of mining, resource extraction has been neglected

May 13th

May 13, 2007 Français

Les Talibans regagne la faveur des Afghans

À Kandahar, où l’insécurité règne, les américains perdent peu à peu le soutien de la population

May 12th

May 12, 2007 Accounts

NGOs, Invasions and the News

Part two of an interview with veteran reporter Jooneed Khan

May 10th

May 10, 2007 Agriculture

Opposition Grows

Will a B.C. Federal Minister Break the Wheat Board…or the Law?

May 9th

May 7th

May 7, 2007 Ideas

Firestorm

A review of The Price of Fire: Resource Wars and Social Movements in Bolivia

May 7, 2007 Literature & Ideas

May Books

Plays by Amiel Gladstone, poems by Susan Elmslie, Tanya Chapman's King, and Creamsicle Stick Shivs by John Stiles

May 6th

May 6, 2007 Opinion

The US has Returned Fundamentalism to Afghanistan

Afghan MP speaks about the US-backed warlords currently in power

May 3rd

May 3, 2007 Accounts

A Woman in a Mine’s World

National roundtable on mining fails those struggling against Canada’s corporations abroad

May 2nd

May 2, 2007 Month in Review

Events in April

Direct actions in Vancouver, mining strike in Peru, Immokalee workers, Somalia, and more

April 30th

April 30, 2007 Foreign Policy

Kandahar Faces Daily Misery

"You did not bring us freedom," say residents of Afghanistan's southern province

April 28th

April 28, 2007 Opinion

Freedom for Alan Johnston

Freedom for Us All

April 26th

April 26, 2007 Arts

Growing Up Backstage

An unconventional upbringing

April 20th

April 20, 2007 Canadian News

Spies at work

CSIS questioning of Canadian Muslims threatens their jobs

April 18th

April 18, 2007 Original Peoples

A Clearcut Answer?

A year after the Great Bear Rainforest deal was struck, some wonder if the political compromise was worth it

April 17th

April 17, 2007 Environment

Nuclear Haste Makes Waste: Regulators

Pembroke-based SRB denied license for tritium processing

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