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April 12, 2005 Literature & Ideas

April Books

april2005.jpg Besner, Trafford and Henderson review new work by James Grainger, Donna Kane, Élise Turcotte, and Deanna Kent-McDonald.

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April 5, 2005 Original Peoples

Canada, Racism, Genocide, and the Bomb

ore_fp.jpg Canada's little-known role in the construction of the first atomic bombs is still affecting people of the Dene nation today, says Kim Petersen

The Legacy of C.D. Howe

March 28, 2005 Accounts

"I can't go back to Iraq"

anderson_fp.jpg Darrell Anderson doesn't want to kill innocent Iraqi civilians, and is seeking refuge in Canada. Benjamin Witte looks at his situation and his odds of success.

American "deserters" seek refugee status

March 28, 2005 Health

Cosmetics Industry Under Fire

cosmetics_fp.jpg Activists in Europe are questioning the health effects of chemicals, endocrine disruptors, and "penetration enhancers" in cosmetics, writes Andrea Smith

Health effects of chemicals, endocrine disruptors, "penetration enhancers" questioned

March 24, 2005 Arts

Revaluing Value

copyright_warning_fp.jpg Max Liboiron looks at the Department of Behavioural Investigation's anti-copyright art movement.

The Condition of Copyright

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

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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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