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May 9, 2013 Housing

Régie du lentement

Record wait times at Quebec’s rental board affect low-income tenants

May 7, 2013 Health

Call Us Crazy

Mad movements organize against ableism, mentalism and more

May 1, 2013 Labour

April in Review

Wildcat strike in Alberta, Harper back-pedals, no school for the Danes, and Maggie's dead. Happy May Day!

April 25, 2013 Environment, Police/Prisons

Taking the Stand for Water

Honduran environmental defenders beat charges, but face new mining law

April 23, 2013 Environment, Peace/War

Punching Holes in the Desert

Mine exploration by Canadian company spotlighted in double murder

April 19, 2013

Mali In the Mainstream Media

Islamic terror a catch-all term that over-generalizes more complex situation

April 16, 2013 Ideas, Police/Prisons

Spies that Share

Docs show CSIS collaboration with private sector

April 12, 2013 Labour

Doing the Heavy Lifting

Canada’s temporary foreign workers vulnerable to exploitation

April 4, 2013 Labour

Subminimum on the Prairies

Minimum wage for workers with disabilities an ongoing struggle

April 1, 2013

March in Review

Kettling in Montreal, frack waste goes down the drain in Nova Scotia, and Pandas all over!

March 28, 2013 Indigenous, Solidarity

Idle No More Beyond Borders

KI First Nation finds common ground at Mesoamerican gathering against mining

March 14, 2013 Indigenous, Labour, Solidarity

Testing Allegiances

Idle No More highlights the murky waters of solidarity

February 27, 2013 Indigenous, Media

Idle No More: Where the Mainstream Media Went Wrong

Self-representing the people’s movement

February 21, 2013 Gender, Health, Indigenous

Positive Approaches to Stigma

Groups advocate for peer support, traditional healing for Aboriginal women with HIV/AIDS

February 19, 2013 Environment, Food

War on Weeds

Manitoba farmers grappling with impacts and legality of municipal herbicide use

February 15, 2013 Environment, Food

Bans Work

City-level fights around shark fins heat up across Canada

February 13, 2013 Peace/War

No Justice Anywhere

Supreme Court shuns survivors of Congo massacre linked to Canadian mining firm

February 11, 2013 Indigenous

Oil and Gas Reserves Never Idle

Chiefs using Idle No More to advance their political and economic agenda

February 6, 2013 Peace/War

The Way the Town is Now

Canadian mine brings violence and social division to Oaxacan community

February 2, 2013 Direct Action, Environment, Food, Governance, Indigenous, Labour, Media, Poverty

January in Review

Idle No More, special forces in Mali, salmon anemia and a trail of Cheetos


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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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