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Archive - May 2005 - Dominion Article


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May 24th

May 24, 2005 Letters

Poor mainstream coverage, not special access, made documentary stand out

Mr. Rourke speculates [Hog Town: The Politics of Policing, May 23] that as Chairman of the Toronto Police Services Board, I gave Ms. Lee special access to behind the scene meetings to film her documentary. In fact this is not...

May 23rd

May 23, 2005 Accounts

Hog Town: The Politics of Policing

fantino_fp.jpg Tim Rourke attends the premiere of Min Sook Lee's Hogtown: The Politics of Policing in Toronto.

Directed by Min Sook Lee

May 23, 2005 Français

Pour une redéfinition des rapports entre Israéliens et Palestiniens

hebron_fp.jpg « En entrant dans l'armée, toutes nos valeurs et idéologies disparaissent complètement comme si on les avait mises dans un mixeur et mélangées. »

May 22nd

May 20th

May 20, 2005 Original Peoples

Tsux'iit: Understanding Indigenous Spirituality

MMcanoe_fp.jpg 500 years after Europeans began coming to the Americas, Kim Petersen finds that settlers remain ignorant and intolerant of indigenous religions.

May 17th

May 11th

May 10th

May 10, 2005 Sports

No Dissing Their Abilities

goalball_fp.jpg When does blindness give you the competitive advantage in a sport? Chris Tucker reports from Montréal's annual Défi Sportif

Canadian athletes compete internationally at the 22nd Défi Sportif

May 9th

May 6th

May 6, 2005 Literature & Ideas

May Books

may05_review_fp.jpg Trafford, Grant, Henderson and Corry review new work by Heather Simeney, Judith Thompson, Sheila Heti and Marci Denesiuk

May 6, 2005 Arts

What's in a Graphic Novel?

boyle_fp.jpg In the wake of the first wave of graphic novels, Jane Henderson looks at some recent, disparate Canadian works.

May 5th

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