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Archive - 2008

August 1, 2008 Month in Review

July in Review

G8 feasts, pancakes go dry and "yellowcake" soars

July 30th

July 30, 2008 Original Peoples

Boiling Point!

Polaris report finds water in First Nations communities a “violation of fundamental human rights”

July 28th

July 28, 2008 Accounts

A Long "Hot Winter" and Painful Spring

Putting a name to Gaza's injured

July 23rd

July 23, 2008 International News

South Koreans Have a Beef

Crackdown on demonstrations against US beef imports

July 18th

July 18, 2008 Opinion

"Sorry" For Genocide?

Residential school apology in context

July 14th

July 14, 2008 Business

Meeting Crashers

Anti-mining activists confront shareholders at AGM

July 9th

July 9, 2008 Original Peoples

Imaginary Lines

Mohawk grandmothers assaulted at border, refuse court charges

July 7th

July 7, 2008 Media Analysis

Apology Accepted?

Survivors, Indigenous observers respond to apology

July 4th

July 4, 2008 Accounts

The Road Begins at the Bottom of Your Feet

The Longest Walk 2 speaks out for Mother Earth

July 1st

July 1, 2008 Month in Review

June in Review

Oil hits high, food crisis worldwide, conflict over nuclear

June 27th

June 27, 2008 Agriculture

Death in the Field

An interview with Arturo Rodriguez of the United Farm Workers of America

June 25th

June 25, 2008 Media Analysis

Missing Voices

Media coverage of Harper's apology left obvious holes

June 22nd

June 22, 2008 Features

A Nation of Carefully Selected Immigrants

Liberal MPs abstain, leading to major changes to immigration policy

June 21st

June 21, 2008 Accounts

Gravel and Gold

In the Quinte Detention Centre, Indigenous spokespeople compare stories of resistance

June 18th

June 18, 2008 Opinion

Evo Morales on Europe and Migration

An open letter from Evo Morales to the European Parliament

June 9th

June 9, 2008 Foreign Policy

See No Evil

Canada removes Israel from list of countries suspected of using torture

June 5th

June 3rd

June 3, 2008 Month in Review

May in Review

A 1,850 km walk, phony foreign weddings, Sean Bell protesters arrested

May 31st

May 31, 2008 Canadian News

Jews for Palestine

Remembering the Nakbah

May 31, 2008 Features

Contemporary Currents of Quebec’s Student Movement

An interview with Sophie Schoen of L'Association pour une Solidarité Syndicale Étudiante (ASSÉ)

May 28th

May 28, 2008 Opinion

An Eagle Feather for Linda Keen?

The question of jurisdiction (Part III in a series)

May 26th

May 26, 2008 Arts

An Artful Recovery

Artists respond to post-Katrina New Orleans

May 20th

May 20, 2008 Accounts

“People’s War” Turns to People’s Vote

Maoist return to the democratic process

May 19th

May 19, 2008 Month in Review

April in Review

Regional autonomy in South America, Goldcorp's social irresponsibility, global food prices

May 13th

May 14, 2008 Literature & Ideas

May Books

New works by Wickers, Vuong-Riddick, Boyko and Bryan

May 3rd

May 3, 2008 Ideas

Amplifying Haiti's Lost Years

A review of Peter Hallward’s Damming the Flood: Haiti, Aristide, and the Politics of Containment

April 25th

April 25, 2008 Agriculture

Golden Opportunity for Abandoned Farms

Organic beekeepers co-op fighting to keep Cape Breton free of varroa mite

April 18th

April 18, 2008 Original Peoples

Coup d'état in Indian Country

Community members say traditional leadership ousted by the Canadian government

April 15th

April 15, 2008 Month in Review

February and March in Review

Tar Sands Snags, Uranium Mining, and The Dominion's First Roadshow

April 12th

April 12, 2008 Original Peoples

Consultation Not Consent

The first interview with KI political prisoner Cecilia Begg

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