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November 8, 2005 Media Analysis

What makes a scandal scandalous?

pettigrew_yves_fp.jpg Dru Oja Jay asks why the Canadian media, despite pestering the Pierre Pettigrew about questionable trips, have yet to ask about Haiti

The media and Pierre Pettigrew's apartment on rue Aristide Bruant

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November 1, 2005 Accounts

War Makes Terrorists

mainantiwar-fp.jpgCarey Jernigan marches for peace in Washington

Hundreds of thousands march for peace in D.C.

November 1, 2005 Original Peoples

Settler Acculturation

Margaret-and-Gk2_fp.jpgWilma van der Veen attends a workshop confronting myths and misconceptions of Indigenous culture and history.

Confronting myths and misconceptions about Indigenous culture, spirituality, and worldview

October 27, 2005 Arts

"Spiritual Wife" or Single Mother?

bank_fp.jpgDavid Sanderson reviews Banking On Heaven, a film on "Arizona's dirty little secret."

The film Banking On Heaven explores polygamy and religion in Colorado City

October 24, 2005 Environment

"It's the Best We've Got"

dion_fp.jpgEnvironment Minister Stéphane Dion to chair next round of international climate talks in Montreal. Hillary Lindsay reports.

Kyoto Off To A Slow Late Start in Montreal

October 20, 2005 Accounts

'Disengagement' Affords Some Relief for Gaza Fishing Enclave

elmer_al-mawasi_fish_fp.jpg Jon Elmer reports from Gaza, where, despire 'disengagement', fishing boats are shot at and access to foreign markets remains blocked

Coastal villages no longer a veritable prison, but access to fishing, export remain blocked

October 13, 2005 Opinion

Haiti's Biometric Elections

UN_CiteSoleil_fp.jpg In Port-au-Prince, Andréa Schmidt asks why no one is discussing the use of a biometric identification system in Haiti's upcoming but oft-delayed elections.

A High-Tech Experiment in Exclusion

October 12, 2005 Health

EPA Proposes New Rules for Human Dosing Experiments

pesticide_fp.jpg Andrea Smith looks at criticisms of the EPA's new human testing regulations for pesticides as being riddled with "loopholes"

Critics argue too many loopholes remain

October 11, 2005 Literature & Ideas

October Books

booksoct05_fp.jpg Besner, Trafford, Lefebvre and Grant review new work by McBride, Walsh, Brown, and Allen.

October 6, 2005 Opinion

Drilling For Oil And Gas

oil_rig_smaller_fp.jpg In his second in a series, Stewart Steinhauer looks at oil companies on indigenous land in Alberta, and the mantra of "jobs jobs jobs"

Down At The Intersection Of Racism, Patriarchy, Capitalism, And Imperialism

October 5, 2005 Environment

The Co-Option

coop1_fp.jpg Juliet Lammers visits a Montreal housing co-op's experiment in sustainable living

A Montreal housing co-op experiments with sustainable living

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

Tending the Flower or Cutting the Stem?

un-belair_fp.jpg In his second update from Haiti, Justin Podur examines the state of the Canadian-sponsored elections there.

Canadian-sponsored democracy in Haiti

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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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