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June 19, 2006 Accounts

What's Yours Is Mine

MiningProtest_fp.jpgCyril Mychalejko reports from Ecuador on local resistance to Canadian mining operations.

Ascendant Copper Corporation Meets Resistance in Ecuador

May 4, 2006 Arts

Portraits of Strength

WomanSky_fp.jpgMoira Peters talks to artist Marlon Garcia Arriaga about his paintings and the women of Panzós, Guatemala that inspire them.

The women of Panzós

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?

March 25, 2006 Accounts

Potable Politics

agua_fp.jpgVan Ferrier wonders if water will be the issue that puts the Zapatismo into Mexico's big city politics.

Will water put the Zapatismo into Mexico's big city politics?

January 27, 2006 Opinion

Doing Jack for Haiti

jack_layton001_fp.jpg Derrick O'Keefe asks what it would take to compel NDP leader Jack Layton to bring up Canada's involvement in Haiti.

January 26, 2006 Food

Bean Waiting

Guatemala-Kitchen_fp.jpgIn the dirt floor, open fire kitchens of Guatemala, Moira Peters learns the fine art of cooking black beans.

In Guatemala black beans are prepared slowly, simply and saltily

January 9, 2006 International News

"The Other" Way

The Zapatistas' New Direction

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.

November 1, 2005 Français

Nourrir la fleur ou couper la tige ?

un-belair_fp.jpg Le système d'inscription sur les listes électorales en Haïti n'est vraiment pas destiné à plaire aux défenseurs des libertés publiques. Par Justin Podur

La démocratie en Haïti promue par le Canada

November 1, 2005 Français

C'est à cela que ressemble la « responsabilité de protéger » ?

so_ann_handcuffs_fp.jpg Justin Podur se rend à l'ambassade du Canada, un immeuble neuf et brillant avec un terrain de tennis et une piscine, construit par SNC-Lavalin.

Statut, élections et le Canada en Haïti

September 23, 2005 Accounts

US Military Establishes Base in Paraguay

usinparaguay_fp.jpg UpsideDownWorld's Ben Dangl investigates the how and why of the new US presence in Paraguay.

Preparations made to "spread democracy"

September 23, 2005 Accounts

Is This What 'Responsibility to Protect' Looks Like?

so_ann_handcuffs_fp.jpg In his first report from Haiti, Justin Podur takes a look at Canada's intervention on the ground.

Status, Elections and Canada in Haiti

September 5, 2005 Accounts

Chilling Gold Fever in Guatemala

marlin-mine_fp.jpg Cyril Mychalejko looks at ongoing resistance to Canada's Glamis Gold's open-pit gold mine in Guatemala

Indigenous resistance to Canada's Glamis gains momentum

August 29, 2005 Features

Copper vs. Ecology in Junín

bridge_cloudforest_fp.jpg Stuart Schussler visits the Ecuadorian community of Junín, where Vancouver-based Ascendant Copper has met with strong local opposition.

Canadian Mining Company Preaches Development, Reaps Division in Ecuadorian Cloud Forest

August 6, 2005 Labour

After the Collapse

argen_canton_fp.jpg After the Argentinian economy collapsed, people began to work together, laying the groundwork for a new kind of democracy, says Sean Cain.

A review of Argentina: Hope in Hard Times

June 10, 2005 Accounts

Bolivia on a Tightrope

bolivia1_fp.jpg Benjamin Dangl explains the ongoing struggle for control of Bolivia's natural resources and the current uprising.

The struggle for control of resources and the current crisis

June 1, 2005 Environment

Coal Front Comes to the Maritimes

tabaco_fp.jpg Representatives of the Colombian Mineworkers' Union have a message for Maritimers, writes Stuart Neatby: stop buying blood coal.

Are assassinations lighting Atlantic Canadian homes?

April 29, 2005 Features

Engineering for a Small Planet

paradiskidscomputers_fp.jpg How, exactly, does one leave an established corporate job to do something less "soul killing"? Amanda Jernigan spoke to Kim Paradis to find out.

A Conversation with Kim Paradis

March 20, 2005 Accounts

Textbook Treatment

chile_mural_fp.jpg 15 years after Pinochet, Carey Jernigan looks at the effects of state-sponsored violence on Chilean society.

State-Sponsored Violence in Pinochet's Chile

February 23, 2005 Français

L'Argentine: Survivre par le Troc

trueque_fp.jpg Le troc est vite devenu populaire auprès des citoyens apeurés et ne pouvant plus faire confiance à un gouvernement incapable de les nourrir. Par Rim Boukhssimi

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