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Archive - 2008

October 20th

October 21, 2008 Environment

OREphaned Mines

The dirty and dangerous legacy of abandoned mines

October 19th

October 19, 2008 Literature & Ideas

October Books

New works by Bolaño, Lerch and Ohle

October 17th

October 16th

Canadian Mining in Guatemala

After indigenous peoples' houses were burnt to the ground on land owned by a Vancouver mining company, Avi Lewis gets the company's version of events.

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October 15th

October 15, 2008 Month in Review

October in Review, Part I

Voting in Canada, money in Afghanistan, oily resignations and mad scientists

October 14th

October 14, 2008 Accounts

Pain Compliance as Indigenous Relations

Inside the Barriere Lake Algonquins' blockade of highway 117

October 10th

October 11, 2008 Agriculture

Not In Anyone’s Backyard

Farmers in Alberta growing rural resistance to development

October 8th

October 8, 2008 Features

Mock justice

Why Omar Khadr should walk free

October 3rd

October 3, 2008 International News

Justice in Genova

Police who beat and tortured international activists sentenced

October 1st

October 1, 2008 Month in Review

September In Review - Part II

373% rise in homelessness in Vancouver, 100 police armed with semi-automatics in Calgary, single mothers working 19 more hours per week in Nova Scotia

September 29th

September 27th

September 25th

September 25, 2008 Photo Essay

Canadian Mining in Mexico

A close-up look at the impacts of gold mining in San Luis Potosí

September 23rd

September 23, 2008 Original Peoples

Land & Jail

Ipperwash, official racism and the future of Ontario

September 21st

September 21, 2008 Canadian News

Protesters Disrupt "Spirit Train" Sendoff

Two arrested, festivities cancelled

September 18th

September 18, 2008 Accounts

Justice in Colombia?

The Permanent Peoples' Tribunal reads its verdict

September 15th

September 15, 2008 Month in Review

September In Review I

Car accidents $16 billion in "social costs," 800 arrested at RNC, 77,000 Atlantic Canadian households have debts greater than assets

September 11th

September 8th

September 8, 2008 Business

Canada's Tar Lobby

Tar Sands Lobbyists Focus on US Democrats

September 5th

September 5, 2008 Foreign Policy

Free Trade or False Logic?

Exploring the Canada-Colombia Free Trade Agreement

September 3rd

September 3, 2008 Literature & Ideas

September Books

New works by Venart and Stiles

September 1st

September 1, 2008 Month in Review

August in Review

$12 billion spent on Olympic security, $40 million cut to Canadian arts, 100 arrested in climate action

August 29th

August 29, 2008 Labour

Free Trade will not Lift All Boats

Trade deal with Colombia criticized by Canadian labour leaders

August 27th

August 27, 2008 Original Peoples

Battle for the Amazon

Brazilian Supreme Court case pits farming in the Amazon against indigenous rights

August 25th

August 25, 2008 Canadian News

Sobering Statistics

Downtown Eastside survey paints grim picture

August 18th

August 18, 2008 Labour

Workers Rising

Hotel union strikes, rallies and demands social change; gets contracts

August 15th

August 15, 2008 Environment

Mad as a Hatter

Canada's mercury pollution on Indigenous lands

August 11th

August 11, 2008 Photo Essay

The Coup in Context

A look behind the removal of Barriere Lake's traditional government

August 7th

August 7, 2008 Original Peoples

Dammed if You Don't

Hydro-Quebec turns its back on wind power

August 5th

August 5, 2008 Media Analysis

The Media's FARCed

Mainstream coverage of Colombia

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