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Archive - 2011

October 12th

October 12, 2011 Opinion

Online Confidential

Free software project provides secure alternative to Skype

October 11th

October 11, 2011 Accounts

Rolling Green

Travels along Quebec Route Verte

October 7th

October 7, 2011 Environment

Garbage Mining

Tapping into the waste revenue stream

October 5th

October 5, 2011 Original Peoples

It's a Matter of Jordan's Principle

Canada's health care system leaves Native child behind

October 3rd

October 3, 2011 Month in Review

September in Review

Troops in Libya and Afghanistan, the people take Wall Street, KI refuses mining

September 30th

September 30, 2011 Canadian News

"African People Pulling Together"

Black Nova Scotian community to join African Union

September 28th

September 28, 2011 Ideas

Being an Addict and Working the Streets on Skid Row

A dispatch from the In our Own Voices writing project

September 26th

September 26, 2011 Canadian News

Missing Women's Commission Flounders

Groups looking elsewhere for answers to murder, disappearance of Aboriginal women

September 23rd

Oil Gateway

Stop the Flows is the working title for subMedia.TV's next project. Over the next five years we will document resistance movements that are working towards stopping the flows of hydro carbons, mineral extraction, natural resources and capital, through grassroots and underground organizing. We will publish our dispatches as we complete them with the goal of compiling them into a feature length documentary to be released on 2016.

In this dispatch we look at how members of the Unis’toten nation are pre-empting the construction of 4 pipelines through their traditional territories

To help make these reports a reality, please visit STOPTHEFLOWS.com

For more background on BC's oil infrastructure visit the links below:

Aboriginal groups in Canada challenge tar sands projects

Grassroots Gathering to Resist Proposed Pipelines

In BC, Pipes Spell Double Trouble

 

This video report was originally published by the Vancouver Media Co-op

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September 21st

September 21, 2011 Accounts

Community Reels after Resident Falls to her Death in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside

Life "more harsh" for women living in single room occupancy suites

September 19th

September 19, 2011 Ideas

Daily Struggle and Resistance in the Downtown Eastside

A dispatch from the In our Own Voices writing project

September 18th

September 18, 2011 Ideas

The Foster Home System Damaged Me

A dispatch from the In our Own Voices writing project

September 16th

September 16, 2011 Gender

Fight the Fires that Be

Women struggle to make fire-fighting profession more inclusive

September 14th

September 14, 2011 Business

Spin Cycles for Social Change

Montreal laundromat co-op hopes to build a stronger neighbourhood

September 12th

September 12, 2011 Foreign Policy

Showdown in Peru

Indigenous communities kick out Canadian mining company

September 11th

September 11, 2011 Ideas

The Intergenerational Impact of Child Apprehension

A dispatch from the In our Own Voices writing project

September 9th

September 9, 2011 Literature & Ideas

Reconsidering Reconciliation

Simpson's offers radical answers to long-standing questions

September 5th

September 5, 2011 Labour

A Town Without Poverty?

Canada's only experiment in guaranteed income finally gets reckoning

September 4th

September 4, 2011 Ideas

My Story of Domestic Violence and Child Apprehension

A dispatch from the In our Own Voices writing project

September 2nd

September 2, 2011 Month in Review

August in Review, Part II

Protests against pipelines, bombs over Libya, Mexico under attack

August 31st

August 29th

August 29, 2011 Canadian News

Brakes On

Speed limits in Vancouver's Downtown East Side hailed as victory by residents

August 26th

August 26, 2011 Literature & Ideas

A Disappointing John

Brown's "Paying For It" misses its potential

August 24th

August 24, 2011 Opinion

Water is All of Us

Report from the fifth annual Keepers of the Water gathering

August 22nd

August 22, 2011 Canadian News

Cameras, Cops and Crime

Police, business and the city of Peterborough collude for more closed-circuit television cameras

August 21st

August 21, 2011 Ideas

Mental Health and Police Violence

A dispatch from the In our Own Voices writing project

August 19th

August 19, 2011 Sexuality

TRANSitioning Spaces

Organizations slowly becoming more trans inclusive

August 17th

August 17, 2011 Features

Social Profiling Under Scrutiny

A new report indicates little progress has been made in eliminating social profiling

August 15th

August 15, 2011 Month in Review

August in Review, Part I

Free trade deals cut, New Orleans police charged, Alberta tar sands challenged

August 10th

August 10, 2011 Canadian News

Deltaport Action Increases Pressure Against Israeli Shipping

Israeli-owned ship picketed at Deltaport in response to blocking of aid flotilla to Gaza

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