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Archive - Nov 2011

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November 30th

November 30, 2011 Foreign Policy

Apartheid Oil

Crude oil trapped in shale could transform Israel into energy powerhouse

November 28th

November 28, 2011 Environment

African Activists Blast Unconventional Extraction

Tar sands highlighted in lead up to UN climate summit in South Africa

November 24th

November 25, 2011 Labour

Outsourcing Community

Divisions of class and labour on King’s College University campus

November 23rd

November 23, 2011 Foreign Policy

The Changing Face of Oil Extraction

Shale oil and gas plays in Israel/Palestine, Jordan and Morocco

November 20th

November 21, 2011 Agriculture

Bye, Bye, Wheat Board?

Small farmers raise concern as Conservatives prepare to cut board's monopoly

November 18th

November 18, 2011 Canadian News

Occupy Toronto survives Eviction Day

Occupiers, city, to present arguments in court today

November 15th

Camp Dismantled, But Occupy Nova Scotia Continues

HALIFAX—As has been happening at Occupy sites across North America, police moved in on Occupy Nova Scotia on October 11, seizing tents, supplies and protesters.

By the end of the day, 14 people had been arrested for peacefully trying to defend the site.

This video tracks the progress of Occupy Nova Scotia, from when it began on October 15, to its relocation out of respect for veterans on Remembrance Day, to the eviction, and beyond. The video also explores how day to day operations worked on the site, from consensus decision-making, to keeping safe, to feeding a hungry crowd.

Occupy Nova Scotia is currently not occupying a site in Halifax, but General Assemblies are continuing, and participants say the movement is far from over.

For more on the recent police actions against Occupy Nova Scotia, watch, Mini-Doc: The Eviction of Occupy Nova Scotia.

This video was produced by Glen Canning, a contributor to the Halifax Media Co-op. For more coverage of the Occupy movement across Canada and worldwide, visit http://mediacoop.ca/occupy.

November 15, 2011 Nov 15 by Glen Canning

November 14th

November 14, 2011 Literature & Ideas

Fertile Soil for Social Change

Kuyek's "Community Organizing" a wise guide for activists

November 11th

November 11, 2011 Labour

Occupons Edmundston

Edmundston workers, pensioners and students have many reasons to occupy

November 9th

November 9, 2011 Canadian News

Political policing in Montreal

Human rights complaints filed against Montreal police’s GAMMA squad

November 4th

November 4, 2011 Original Peoples

Residential School Survivors Share Their Stories

Truth and Reconciliation Commission hears testimonials at Eskasoni

November 2nd

November 2, 2011 Accounts

Sex Ed's Straight Edge

Queering sex-ed can save lives

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