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May 22nd, 2012

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

May 15th

May 15, 2012 Canadian News

Indoor Work Spaces Prove Safer for Sex Workers

Study shows drop in abuse, HIV rates when sex work brought indoors

May 14th

May 14, 2012 Accounts

Walking for Peace, Respect and Friendship along the Grand River

Honouring our historical agreements through shared action

May 11th

May 11, 2012 Environment

Sloughs of Despond

Fracking wastewater ponds languish in Hants County

May 9th

May 9, 2012 Original Peoples

Aboriginal Peoples' Stories Remain Unheard

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission has travelled across the nation, but few have paid attention

May 6th

May 7, 2012 Accounts

Marchers Vow to Protect Ancient Burial Site

Musqueam set up camp at condo site after infant graves desecrated

May 4th

May 4, 2012 Features

Budget Axe Falls on Retirement Supports

Feds continue burden-shifting onto the 99 per cent

May 2nd

May 2, 2012 Month in Review

April in Review

LGBTQ activist mourned, Missing Women commission scorned, foreign workers' salaries shorn

April 30th

April 30, 2012 Environment

Chilean Supreme Court Red Lights Goldcorp Mine

Indigenous community leader celebrates ruling, promises continued opposition

April 27th

April 27, 2012 Accounts

Quebec Student Strike Marches Into Eleventh Week

Fifteen thousand take to Montreal streets as Quebec government plays semantics, blocks negotiations

April 24th

April 24, 2012 Accounts

Oil, Gas and Banks Head South

Mining companies are only part of Canada's corporate presence in Latin America

April 23rd

April 23, 2012 Literature & Ideas

Poem to Raymond Taavel

For Raymond, and for all of the Raymonds, which is to say: for everyone

April 19th

April 20, 2012 Canadian News

Roma Refused

Changes to refugee law shut doors to persecuted minority

April 18th

April 18, 2012 Business

The CETAstration of Canadian Municipalities

Pending trade agreement with EU only benefits big business

April 16th

April 16, 2012 Canadian News

Sonic Weapon Rushed Through for G20

Calling LRAD ‘communications device’ allowed cops to skirt rules

April 13th

April 13, 2012 International News

Canada Deepens Ties with Deadly Regime

Honduran journalist visits Montreal, reaffirms strength of resistance movements

April 11th

April 11, 2012 Canadian News

We Need to Fight Back!

Community March Against Racism takes to Vancouver streets

April 6th

April 6, 2012 Original Peoples

Hishuk Ish Tsawalk: Everything is One

Recovering an Indigenous language in Canada

April 2nd

April 2, 2012 Month in Review

March in Review

Occupy Toronto brutalized, federal budget disrupted and criticized, immigration activists demonized

March 30th

March 30, 2012 Canadian News

Red Squares Sweep Montreal

Hundreds of thousands took to the streets to protest tuition hikes in Quebec

March 28th

March 28, 2012 Original Peoples

"Stand With Us to Fight"

Hundreds protest Enbridge pipeline and oil tankers at Heiltsuk-led rally

March 26th

March 26, 2012 Health

No Abortion Services on Prince Edward Island

Island women fight for access in their own province

March 23rd

March 23, 2012 Environment

"What They Call Development, We Call Destruction"

Grassy Narrows resistance to corporate logging continues

March 21st

March 21, 2012 Canadian News

The Greenwashing of Sustainable Seafood

The environmental community rejects the sustainable certification of Nova Scotia longline caught swordfish

March 19th

March 16th

March 14th

March 14, 2012 Environment

Peace Region Boom

Growth in northern town leaves residents feeling the pinch

March 12th

March 12, 2012 Features

The Case of Wally Fowler

Racism and possible cover-up in Canadian military see light of day with exclusively released documents

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The Dominion is a monthly paper published by an incipient network of independent journalists in Canada. It aims to provide accurate, critical coverage that is accountable to its readers and the subjects it tackles. Taking its name from Canada's official status as both a colony and a colonial force, the Dominion examines politics, culture and daily life with a view to understanding the exercise of power.

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