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Maya Rolbin-Ghanie

December 25, 2010 Baby Animals

Squirreling the Days Away

The life of the eastern gray squirrel

May 18, 2010 Original Peoples

Cuts to First Nations Programs Keep Coming

Canadian government's 2010 budget slashes funding for essential services

February 12, 2010 Accounts

An Olympic Failure

At least 137 Native women missing and murdered in BC since 1980

May 28, 2009 Original Peoples

Strangers Scour the Land

The search for Maisy and Shannon continues

January 14, 2009 Gender

"And Then Let's Go For That Justice" Part II

Indigenous women demand respect in Ottawa

November 19, 2008 Business

Small Flags in the Ground

Gold mining in Suriname's tribal communities

October 19, 2008 Literature & Ideas

October Books

New works by Bolaño, Lerch and Ohle

August 11, 2008 Photo Essay

The Coup in Context

A look behind the removal of Barriere Lake's traditional government

June 22, 2008 Features

A Nation of Carefully Selected Immigrants

Liberal MPs abstain, leading to major changes to immigration policy

March 1, 2008 Original Peoples

"It's All About The Land"

Native resistance to the Olympics

November 23, 2007 Accounts

What in Tar Nation?

Life among the tar sands

November 14, 2007 Gender

For Many Women, Alberta's Boom a Bust

Rising housing costs, lack of alternatives lead to precarious situations

August 3, 2007 Gender

Downtown Eastside Women Ask Politicians for Housing Swap

Living conditions deteriorating from cuts, Olympic preparations, says group

October 31, 2006 Foreign Policy

Whose Trauma?

darkthreats_fp.jpgMaya Rolbin-Ghanie explores the place of the "Somalia Affair" in Canadian mythology.

The "Somalia Affair" and Canadian mythology

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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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