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Archive - 2012

August 6th

August 6, 2012 Accounts

Red Square Roots

How austerity underpins social crisis and repression in Quebec and beyond

August 3rd

August 3, 2012 Accounts

Canada's Punishment Agenda

Omnibus crime bill will mean more prisons and more prisoners

August 1st

August 1, 2012 Month in Review

July in Review

Refugee justice, prison news, neighbourhood action and 2,000 pounds of honey leaking from the ceiling

July 27th

July 27, 2012 Foreign Policy

Hemispheric Resistance to Canadian Mining

Day of Action organizers speak out about repression, connections, solidarity

July 25th

July 23rd

July 23, 2012 Original Peoples

Uranium Territory

Inuit campaign for referendum over mine in far north

July 19th

July 19, 2012 Canadian News

Canada's International Cop Out

Former head of Ontario Provincial Police named Minister of International Co-operation

July 18th

July 18, 2012 Original Peoples

Barriere Lake Stands Against Resolute

Algonquin community vows to block corporate logging on their territory

July 15th

July 16, 2012 Original Peoples

Halifax Rallies for Cultural Connections for Aboriginal Youth

Campaign to reverse cuts to Mi'kmaq Native Friendship Centre's Kitpu Youth Program ramps up

July 13th

July 13, 2012 Original Peoples

Reconciliation Takes Two

Residential school survivors gathered in Saskatoon critical of federal government's actions

July 11th

July 11, 2012 Gender

For Their Own Good

Ontario’s legal legacy of the "moral" woman

July 9th

July 9, 2012 Foreign Policy

Express Coup Rattles Paraguay

Transnational corporations including Canada's Rio Tinto Alcan undeterred by political turmoil

July 4th

July 4, 2012 Features

Canada Boosts Police Power in Mexico

Ottawa's role in the permanent war against the people of Mexico

June 28th

June 28, 2012 Month in Review

June in Review

Hundert sentenced, sex re-assignment surgery re-financed, hate-crime laws silenced, and reading makes you a better person

June 25th

June 25, 2012 Original Peoples

BC Treaty Advocate Elected Chair of UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues

Grand Chief Edward John has spent the past 20 years in the BC treaty process, which produces extinguishment Agreements

June 22nd

June 22, 2012 Canadian News

Two-Tiered Justice

Action ahead of rally to support security certificate detainee Mohammad Mahjoub

June 20th

June 20, 2012 Environment

Who Pays When Your Well is Sucked Dry and Your Home is Contaminated?

Supreme Court denies Port Colborne class action victory, squashes hopes for communities affected by industry across Canada for compensation in the courts

June 18th

June 18, 2012 Features

Food For Thought

June 15th

June 15, 2012 Original Peoples

Jeremy’s Case, Jordan’s Principle

Historic court case in Halifax identifies gap in health services for First Nations children

June 13th

June 13, 2012 Original Peoples

BC Government Weighs in on Musqueam graves

BC orders halt to construction on intact burials

June 11th

June 11, 2012 Environment

Flawed Process, Flawed Project

Controversy flows on the Northern Gateway pipeline and Canada’s oil economy

June 8th

June 8, 2012 Features

Laboratory, Honduras

Dueling truth commissions, ongoing repression, and Canada’s role in the new Honduras

June 4th

June 4, 2012 Accounts

Colombians Refuse Canadian Mine

Farmers' stance against extractive project ignored in Ottawa

June 1st

June 1, 2012 Month in Review

May in Review

Red square uprising in Quebec, RCMP impunity, Fukushima a ticking time bomb

May 30th

May 30, 2012 Health

Pinkwashing, Incorporated

NFB film delves into depoliticization of breast cancer epidemic

May 28th

May 28, 2012 Accounts

Ottawa's Colombia Problem

Canada fails to release human rights report on Colombia following FTA

May 25th

May 25, 2012 Canadian News

Plan to Pipe Tar Sands to East Coast Protested

Activists interrupt National Energy Board's hearing on Enbridge's proposal to reverse flow of Line 9 pipe

May 22nd

May 23, 2012 Ideas

A New Guide to Making Beautiful Trouble

"It's like an Anarchist Cookbook for the 21st century, but without the bombs"

May 21st

May 21, 2012 Canadian News

Harper's Assault on the Past

Cuts to Library and Archives Canada fighting words for archival community

May 18th

May 18, 2012 Canadian News

Quebec Government Looks to "Lock-Out" Striking Students

Libs threaten to suspend classes unless pickets lifted

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