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Chris Arsenault

February 6, 2010 Canadian News

Catch and Release

Hunt for oil patch bomber takes new twist

January 6, 2010 Business

Greenwashing at the Games

Heavy polluters look lighter as Olympic sponsors

December 27, 2009 Business

A Slippery Supply

Oil and the market psychology of fear

September 28, 2009 Canadian News

Sabotage in Peace River

Bombings in northern BC/Alberta put spotlight on controversial pipelines

September 20, 2009 Business

Oil Crisis was a Peak into the Future

Former CIBC Chief Economist predicts end of globalization, promotes local food

June 26, 2009 Business

Five-Fold Increase in Oil Sands Production

Tar sands could produce 6 million barrels of oil per day by 2035: report

March 18, 2009 Canadian News

Rhetoric and Reality Clash

Obama's first foreign visit

February 11, 2009 Canadian News

Paper Mill Seizure Boosts Populist Premier

"Canada's Hugo Chavez" to be challenged under NAFTA

September 8, 2008 Business

Canada's Tar Lobby

Tar Sands Lobbyists Focus on US Democrats

August 29, 2008 Labour

Free Trade will not Lift All Boats

Trade deal with Colombia criticized by Canadian labour leaders

March 16, 2008 Original Peoples

Native Leader Serving Six Months for Opposing Mine

Supporters call Algonquin leader a "political prisoner"

September 20, 2007 Canadian News

Veterans Say Agent Orange Settlement Falls Short

Government compensation a diversion, say former Gagetown veterans

August 11, 2007 Canadian News

Whitewashing Agent Orange

Green Party Leader decries CANTOX Report

July 6, 2007 Environment

Uranium rising

Plan to mine radioactive ore generates controversy in Moncton, New Brunwick

June 12, 2007 Accounts

Where is Atlantic Canada Heading?

An interview with Maude Barlow on Atlantica

February 5, 2007 Accounts

Support the Troops or Support the War?

In Afghanistan, it might be difficult to do both

November 27, 2006 Accounts

Digging Up Canadian Dirt in Colombia

kidsplaying_fp.jpgChris Arsenault travels to Colombia to investigate the impacts Canadian aid agencies and corporations are having there.

Canadian corporations and aid agencies facing controversy and resistance in Colombia

November 8, 2006 Features

Grilled Cheese and War Crimes

grilled-cheese_fp.jpgChris Arsenault chats with an average 23-year-old who's hoping Canada won't send him back to the US to fight in a war he doesn't believe in.

US soldier who refuses assignment in Iraq claims refugee status in Canada

October 18, 2006 Accounts

Canadian Member

canadasuit_fp.jpgChris Arsenault drops by the exclusive Canada Club in Bogata, Colombia, and considers the cost of Canada's elite.

Membership is limited at the Canada Club in Bogata, Colombia

October 10, 2006 Accounts

New Brunswick's New Business

NBWeapons_fp.jpgChris Arsenault spends an afternoon at an arms convention with some nice folks.

An afternoon at an arms convention with some nice folks

July 25, 2006 Features

'Measured' Misery?

mother-fp.jpgPrime Minister Harper called Israel's attack on Lebanon 'measured.' Chris Arsenault talks to a father who hopes his family is still safe.

Canada and the war between Israel and Hezbollah

July 22, 2006 Health

Bill of Health

medical3_fp.jpgWhat are the real costs of private health care? A Harvard study finds Canada's public system cheaper - and better - than the private system in the US.

Harvard study examines the costs of public health care

July 13, 2006 Canadian News

Minimal Improvement

coins_fp.jpgChris Arsenault interviews professor Thom Workman about the minimal minimum wage hike in New Brunswick and its impacts.

Minimum wage hike in New Brunswick is still not enough professor says

July 6, 2006 Canadian News

Uncertain Futures

waitingroom_fp.jpgGaining access to publicly funded abortions in New Brunswick has never been easy. Chris Arsenault discovers it's now more difficult than ever.

Gaining access to publicly funded abortions is not easy in New Brunswick

June 1, 2006 Canadian News

No White Is Illegal?

Fredericton_fp.jpgFredericton police are accused of racism after arrests at a "No One Is Illegal" march. Chris Arsenault investigates.

Fredericton police are accused of racism after arrests at "No One Is Illegal" march

May 11, 2006 Canadian News

It Doesn't Make Census!

Lockheedsmall_fp.jpgChris Arsenault asks why the world's largest weapons manufacturer is processing Canada's census forms.

The world's largest weapons manufacturer is processing Canada's census forms

April 17, 2006 Canadian News

Coal Comfort

cerrejon13_fp.jpgChris Arsenault investigates what people are supporting in Colombia when they pay their power bill in New Brunswick.

What are New Brunswickers supporting when they pay their power bill?

January 9, 2006 International News

"The Other" Way

The Zapatistas' New Direction

December 2, 2005 Canadian News

Remembering Bureaucracy

Not all war veterans are remembered

December 1, 2005 Labour

Give 'em the Boot!

bootsadeux_fp.jpgChris Arsenault travels to Chiapas to investigate a Zapatista owned and run boot cooperative that takes 'no-sweat' apparel to a new level.

Zapatistas and solidarity activists are taking 'non-sweat' apparel to a new level.

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