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Archive - Mar 2010

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March 28th

March 29, 2010 Ideas

From Queen Charlotte to Haida Gwaii

The ascent of the Haida and the struggle with Canada

March 26th

March 27, 2010 Sports

World Cup Knock-Out

South Africa to score big public debt in 2010

March 24th

March 24, 2010 Agriculture

Norwegian Farms Poison the Wild Run

BC's salmon stocks plunge; sea lice, salmon farms to blame

March 21st

March 22, 2010 Environment

A Public Relations War on all Fronts

BC gov't aims to win hearts and minds, and open province to extractives

March 20th

March 21, 2010 Business

Guatemalan Coffee a Complex Blend

Threats, exile a bitter part of coffee farmers' work

March 21, 2010 Baby Animals

Red Panda

The real life firefox

March 17th

El Salvador's gold fight goes international

Five representatives of five organizations in El Salvador that form part of the National Coalition Against Mining, known as La Mesa, were in Washington, DC last month to accept the Letelier-Moffitt International Human Rights Award. The recognition comes at an interesting time as the group's successes in blocking mining exploitation in their small country, have brought about a unique legal situation. Namely, a Canadian mining company is suing the government of El Salvador for $100 million, through a US subsidiary under the Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA). The Real News followed the group of activists around Washington, DC, and interviewed the CEO and president of the company behind the suit, Pacific Rim. Produced by Jesse Freeston.

March 17, 2010 Mar 17 by Jesse Freeston, RNN

Goldcorp shows little respect for local population

In the surroundings of San Marcos, Guatemala, the gold and silver mine of the Canadian Goldcorp Inc. which operates in Guatemala under the name Montana Explorada, has been ready for extraction since 2004. This is yet another blow for the environment and health of the communities of San Miguel and surroundings.

March 17, 2010 Mar 17 by LaRuta.nu

March 16th

March 17, 2010 Agriculture

Growing Farmers

Canada needs policies to support young farmers: NFUY

March 14th

March 15, 2010 Month in Review

March in Review, Part I

Aboriginal programs face cuts, Greenpeace faces grassroots and Canadian government faces new lawsuit

March 13th

March 13, 2010 Arts

Giving Algonquins a Good Rap

Hip-hop artist Samian rants for reserves

March 11th

March 11, 2010 Environment

Dire Prospects

Expanding uranium exploration sparks concern, protests in Quebec

March 9th

March 10, 2010 Business

Co-operative Banking Bulks Up

Ontario credit unions weather the economic crisis

March 8th

March 9, 2010 International News

Frustration, Suffocation and Crisis

Strife, siege on Gaza continue one year after Israeli bombardment

March 7th

March 8, 2010 Foreign Policy

Funding Axe Sharpened by Foreign Policy

Cuts to NGOs in line with Canada’s stance on Palestine

March 6th

March 7, 2010 Media Analysis

Writing Off Sovereignty

Quebec media on Haiti since the earthquake

March 5th

March 5, 2010 Canadian News

More Northern BC Schools Set to Close as Olympic Budget Balloons

Billions spent on Games recuperated from rural education system

March 3rd

March 4, 2010 Gender

This is Where the Revolution Starts

19th annual Memorial March honours 3,000 missing and murdered women

March 2nd

March 3, 2010 Business

Seeding Divestment

Carleton's Yafa Jarrar discusses BDS campaign

March 2, 2010 Month in Review

February In Review, Part II

Great Lakes protected, Afghanistan bombarded, Africville controversially compensated

February 28th

March 1, 2010 Foreign Policy

Identifying Apartheid

Canadian students respond to Israel's rights abuses

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