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Archive - 2009

September 11th

September 11, 2009 Environment

“Protect Mother Earth, Don’t Settle for Less”

Direct action stops development at the Hanlon Creek Business Park

September 8th

September 9, 2009 International News

Guatemalan Court Sets Precendent in the Case of Israel Carias

Community remembers a leader who gave his life for the struggle

September 4th

September 5, 2009 International News

Life in the Calais Jungle

A week in the migrant camps on the France/UK border

September 3rd

September 3, 2009 Canadian News

Platinex Prevented from Landing on First Nation

Boat, canoe block float planes from landing on KI traditional territory

September 1st

September 2, 2009 Environment

Richmond City Councillor Stands Up for Farmland

Vancouver port expansion poses bigger threat to food security than climate change: farmland advocate

August 29th

August 30, 2009 Accounts

Return to Tarmageddon

An Italian company's plan to develop tar sands in the Congo has activists worried

August 27th

August 25th

August 26, 2009 Original Peoples

"Pack Up and Get Out"

Why the Tobique First Nation took control of their territory’s hydro dam

August 23rd

August 24, 2009 Environment

For the Water

Opposition to Site 41 unites Natives, farmers

August 20th

August 21, 2009 Foreign Policy

Butcher and Bolt

Why "special forces" fail in Afghanistan, from Churchill to Obama

August 18th

August 19, 2009 Foreign Policy

The Boycott Debate

Klein, Lerer, Baskin on the effects of internal, external pressure on Israel

August 16th

August 17, 2009 International News

Palestinian Organizer Imprisoned after Tour of Canada

Interview with Abdullah Abu Rahme of Bil'in's Popular Committee Against the Wall and Settlements

August 14th

August 15, 2009 Foreign Policy

Boycott Shuts Down Haiti Elections

Leading political party excluded from polls again

August 12th

August 9th

August 8th

August 8, 2009 Features

Torture, a Canadian Value?

Ottawa's complicity in torture merits a national discussion

August 4th

August 4, 2009 Month in Review

July in Review, Part II

Strikes, Spies, Salamanders and Sexy Bubblegum

July 29th

July 30, 2009 Canadian News

Goodbye, St Pat’s-Alexandra

Replacing North-End Halifax’s Africentric school with condos

July 24th

July 25, 2009 Literature & Ideas

August Books

New works by Steinberg, Comeau

July 22nd

July 23, 2009 Media Analysis

Press Court Full

An inside look at Canadian journalists and Harper's PMO

July 23, 2009 Baby Animals

Moose Calves with their Mother

baby animals: things that make you go "aww..."

July 20th

July 15th

July 15, 2009 Month in Review

July in Review, Part I

"To see what is in front of one’s nose needs a constant struggle" -George Orwell.

July 11th

July 11, 2009 Foreign Policy

The Future of Warfare

Canadian counterinsurgency manual reflects US-Canada "synergy"

July 8th

July 6th

July 7, 2009 International News

From Memory to Resistance, Children Bear Witness

HIJOS celebrates 10 years in Guatemala

July 4th

July 5, 2009 International News

Disputed Property Sale in Guatemala Results in Death Threats, Charges

Canada's Goldcorp agrees to negotiate; police, military arrive instead

July 2nd

July 3, 2009 Month in Review

June in Review, Part II

The Funk of Forty Thousand Years

June 28th

June 29, 2009 Canadian News

Riot Police in School Yards Prompt Demonstration

Youth not the problem, say protesters

June 25th

June 26, 2009 Business

Five-Fold Increase in Oil Sands Production

Tar sands could produce 6 million barrels of oil per day by 2035: report

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