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September 28, 2012 Canadian News

Turning Around Turcot

New hope for highways on a human scale in Montreal

August 29, 2012Audio

Stefan Christoff on Duets for Abdelrazik

Montreal-based musician, activist and writer explores musical solidarity

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August 3, 2012 Accounts

Canada's Punishment Agenda

Omnibus crime bill will mean more prisons and more prisoners

July 19, 2012 Canadian News

Canada's International Cop Out

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

July 9, 2012 Foreign Policy

Express Coup Rattles Paraguay

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

July 4, 2012 Features

Canada Boosts Police Power in Mexico

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

April 30, 2012 Environment

Chilean Supreme Court Red Lights Goldcorp Mine

Indigenous community leader celebrates ruling, promises continued opposition

April 24, 2012 Accounts

Oil, Gas and Banks Head South

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

February 15, 2012 Environment

Canadian-owned Mine Fuels Violence in Mexico

Residents of San José del Progreso are deeply divided over the mine

December 12, 2011 Accounts

Militarized Mining in Mexico

Canadian mining company makes good off the "drug war"

September 21, 2011 Accounts

Community Reels after Resident Falls to her Death in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside

Life "more harsh" for women living in single room occupancy suites

August 5, 2011 Labour

SFU Student Government Moves to Displace Progressive Groups

PIRG faces eviction, lockout targets campus orgs, union workers

June 20, 2011 Original Peoples

In BC, Pipes Spell Double Trouble

KSL gas pipeline is low profile, high threat

May 30, 2011 Foreign Policy

REDD Light!

Indigenous say offset plan threatens traditional title

April 20, 2011 Original Peoples

BC Hydro-St'at'imc Authority Agreement Creates a Wave of Opposition

Deal opens territory to hydro in new ways, say critics

October 4, 2010 Original Peoples

Waves of Controversy Continue on BC Lakes

Mt. Milligan mine in Northern BC far from a done deal

September 24, 2010 Foreign Policy

The Roots of Mapuche Resistance

For Indigenous people in Chile, the struggle for life is labeled a terrorist activity

August 18, 2010 Foreign Policy

Canadian Companies Out For Colombian Oil

CCFTA among a host of initiatives that create "huge opportunities for easy profits"

August 4, 2010 Accounts

Strengthening Our Resolve

An interview with Alex Hundert

July 26, 2010 Accounts

Allies in Media Justice

A report back from the Allied Media Conference

July 23, 2010 Business

Race to the Bottom to Continue for G20 Nations

A critical analysis of the G20's Toronto Summit Declaration

June 19, 2010 Original Peoples

From Ski Hills to the Summit

Indigenous activists challenge Canada’s claims to traditional lands

May 26, 2010 Environment

The Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement Reconsidered

ENGOs sign over right to criticize, companies continue to log caribou habitat

May 20, 2010 Environment

Boreal Forest Conflicts Far From Over

Mainstream enviros, timber industry shut First Nations out of "historic" deal

April 21, 2010 Environment

COP16 already Changing the Climate in Mexico

An interview with Gustavo Castro Soto on environmentalism in Mexico, popular education, and the futility of profit-driven solutions

March 22, 2010 Environment

A Public Relations War on all Fronts

BC gov't aims to win hearts and minds, and open province to extractives

March 19, 2010Audio

"No Olympics on Stolen Native Land" Resonates Across Canada

Struggles against the extractive industries could take center stage in post-Olympics organizing

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February 26, 2010 Canadian News

Police to Receive 'Olympic Legacies'

Vancouver, Richmond Police Departments to move into Games-related digs

February 20, 2010 Canadian News

Defence Industry has its Sights on the Olympics

A look at some of the companies cashing in on 2010 security spending

February 11, 2010 Business

2010 Carte Blanche

Olympic spending tallies won’t come in till the party’s over

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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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