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Archive - 2009

April 21st

On the map with Avi Lewis

Oil. Canada has it and the US craves it. But what are the implications of treating Alberta's tar sands as America's security blanket?

April 21, 2009 Apr 21 by CBC

Tar Sands and Tankers

Enbridge Inc., a Calgary-based pipeline company, wants to bring tar sands tankers to British Columbia's coast. This opening segment will introduce you to the abundance of British Columbia's north coast, which includes the coastal waters of the Great Bear Rainforest.

April 21, 2009 Apr 21 by Dogwood Initiative

Tar Sands & Water

Interviews with mostly members of the Fort MacKay and Fort Chipewyan communities, discussing cultural and environmental impacts of living downstream of the tar sands

April 21, 2009 Apr 21

April 18th

April 19, 2009 Sexuality

Valentine's Play

Reflections from a women’s bathhouse

April 16th

April 17, 2009 Opinion

Why protest Vancouver's 2010 Olympics?

Standing up to the global system makes change possible

April 15th

April 15, 2009 Month in Review

April in Review, Part I

Oil and arrests in Colombia, detentions in Canada, and big loans, bailouts and currency swaps continue

April 13th

April 13, 2009 Canadian News

Did Canada Help Dismantle Sri Lanka’s Peace Process?

"Collective grief" of Tamil community paralyzes Ottawa

April 11th

April 12, 2009 Opinion

Through Canada’s Rez Zone Looking Glass

Israeli Apartheid Week

April 10th

April 11, 2009 Baby Animals

Hoglet

April 8th

April 9, 2009 Arts

Art and Anarchy

Artists give the Cultural Olympiad the middle finger

April 4th

April 5, 2009 International News

Not With Bullets or Machetes

Popular resistance to Xalala Dam finds international law on its side

April 2nd

April 3, 2009 Foreign Policy

The Revolution Will Not Be Destabilized

Ottawa’s democracy promoters target Venezuela

April 1st

April 1, 2009 Month in Review

March in Review Part II

Spring of Repression, Summer of Rage

March 30th

March 31, 2009 Arts

Can You Imagine Life Without It?

Ian Connacher's "Addicted to Plastic" tracks our most persistent trash

March 29th

March 29, 2009 Original Peoples

Land & Jail Part III

Challenging the disproportionate incarceration of First Nations in Canada

March 28th

March 27th

March 27, 2009 Original Peoples

Minister's Memo Exposes Motives for Removing Algonquin Chief

INAC expected collaboration with new Chief but feared legal repercussions and perception of government sponsorship

March 22nd

March 23, 2009 Literature & Ideas

March Books

New translations by Bolaño and Storm

March 20th

March 20, 2009 Ideas

The Profit Behind the Myths

New documentary refutes "benevolent" Canada

March 17th

March 18, 2009 Canadian News

Rhetoric and Reality Clash

Obama's first foreign visit

March 15th

March 12th

March 13, 2009 Original Peoples

Home, Moldy Home

Victoria paper investigates West Coast Indigenous housing crisis

March 10th

March 11, 2009 Foreign Policy

Intellectual Author

Michael Ignatieff's potent mix of imperialism and human rights

March 8th

March 9, 2009 Foreign Policy

The Iggy We Know

Liberal leader backed Israeli assaults on Lebanon, Gaza

March 6th

March 7, 2009 Canadian News

Justice Served Cold

Four Atlantica arrestees declare police and prison mistreatment

March 4th

March 5, 2009 Business

Blows to Barrick

Back-to-back setbacks scuff gold miner's shine

March 3rd

March 3, 2009 Foreign Policy

Canada will Represent Israel in Venezuela: Minister

Canada extends diplomatic representation from Cuba to Venezuela

March 1st

March 1, 2009 Month in Review

February in Review, Part II

Security Certificates, Shareholder Insurgency and State Secrets

February 26th

February 27, 2009 Foreign Policy

Missing Diplomats' Mine Visit still a Mystery

Fowler and Guay were in the eye of the resource-war storm when abducted in Niger

February 24th

February 25, 2009 Business

Crude Business in Colombia

Alberta's oil and gas sector gets behind the Free Trade push

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