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Archive - 2007 - Dominion Article

December 31, 2007 Features

What the Tar Sands Need

Processing requires massive inputs of water, energy, land, labour

December 30th

December 28th

December 28, 2007 Gender

Gender, Race, and Religious Freedom

The Bouchard-Taylor Commission's Hijacking of 'Gender Equality'

December 19th

December 19, 2007 International News

North America's Guilt Industry

Sudanese Slavery and the Christian Right

December 17th

December 17, 2007 Photo Essay

Refusing to Accommodate Racism

Community Groups Oppose the Bouchard-Taylor Commission

December 9th

December 10, 2007 Month in Review

November in Review

Worker and Student Strikes, War Resistance, Climate Change Topples Howard

December 7th

December 7, 2007 Accounts

Death of a Young Man

An Account of the Life and Death of a Resistance Fighter

December 4th

December 4, 2007 Accounts

The Forgotten Powder Keg

While world attention focuses on Darfur, Southern Sudan simmers

November 25th

November 25, 2007 Environment

Can Pew's Charity be Trusted?

US foundations give millions to Canadian environmental groups

November 25, 2007 Labour

Roughneck, Bruised Head

A tale of women, toughness and safety in Alberta's gas fields

November 24th

November 24, 2007 Labour

Temporary Labour or Disposable Workers?

Foreign labourers are brought to the tar sands, but are easily sent home

November 23rd

November 23, 2007 Accounts

What in Tar Nation?

Life among the tar sands

November 22nd

November 22, 2007 Labour

Letting the Wildcat Out of the Bag

Alberta's Averted Energy Tradesworker General Strike and the Fall Wildcat Walk-Outs

November 19th

November 20, 2007 Canadian News

"Full Confrontation with the State"

Vancouver's Anti-Poverty Committee escalates opposition to 2010 Olympics

November 14th

November 14, 2007 Gender

For Many Women, Alberta's Boom a Bust

Rising housing costs, lack of alternatives lead to precarious situations

November 12th

November 12, 2007 Original Peoples

The Richest First Nation in Canada

Ecological and political life in Fort MacKay

November 7th

November 8, 2007 Foreign Policy

Is Canadian Military Aid Funding Assassinations in the Philippines?

The final article in the "battle of the ballot box" series

November 1st

November 1, 2007 Accounts

October in Review

Royalty Hikes, Indigenous Legal Battles, and a Landless March on Gandhi’s Birthday

October 31st

October 31, 2007 Arts

Sublime Tar Sands?

Edward Burtynsky's photography and Canada's extractive industries

October 30th

October 30, 2007 Environment

Environmentalism in Alberta?

Activists say communities are beginning to stand up to tar sands

October 29th

October 29, 2007 Environment

Smoking in the Greenhouse

Tar sands growth makes meeting Kyoto targets less likely

October 24th

October 24, 2007 Opinion

A New Wave of Exploitation

Canada, Alberta defy UN, sell off rights to disputed Lubicon land

October 23rd

October 23, 2007 Opinion

We Speak for Ourselves

Indigenous peoples challenge the fossil fuel regime in Alberta

October 23, 2007 Accounts

Haiti: The Kidnapping of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide

New book chronicles events surrounding Aristide's removal from Haiti

October 21st

October 21, 2007 Agriculture

The Tar Sands and Canada's Food System

Are beans the only cure for natural gas?

October 21, 2007 Accounts

Harper's Index

Stephen Harper introduces the tar sands issue

October 20th

October 20, 2007 Environment

Passing Out in Upgrader Alley

In Alberta's "Industrial Heartland," massive developments rival those of the Athabasca tar sands region

October 19th

October 19, 2007 Original Peoples

Gateway to Solidarity?

Pipelines and Indigenous communities in Northern BC

October 18th

October 18, 2007 Ideas

Tar Sands and the American Automobile

Heavy crude largely heads south to fuel American cars

October 17th

October 17, 2007 Accounts

Working Full-Time

The work camps of Fort McMurray

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