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March 8, 2006 Labour

"Holy Cow, Farmers Really Are Efficient"

farm_fp.jpgDru Oja Jay investigates what the National Farmers' Union says is a direct connection between corporate profits and farmers' losses.

Record corporate profits are linked to farmers' woes: NFU

March 6, 2006 Environment

A Bear Of A Deal

aerial_landscape1_fp.jpgAfter over a decade of negotiations, environmental groups, industry, First Nations and the Canadian government have come to an unprecedented agreement discovers Yuill Herbert

A decade of negotiations give way to an unprecedented agreement

March 3, 2006 Features

Bordering On Apartheid

Kader_fp2.jpgHillary Bain Lindsay talks to Abdulkader Belaouni about his struggle for justice and permanent status in Canada.

Challenging immigration control in Canada

February 28, 2006 Foreign Policy

Canada's Phantom Menace In Afghanistan

afghan_fp.jpgGeordie Gwalgen Dent investigates where Canada's aid money goes and considers what that might mean for Afghanistan.

Who is receiving Canada's "Phantom Aid?"

February 27, 2006 Arts

Hot Politics

burlesque_fp.jpgAt Vancouver's International Burlesque Festival Jane Henderson and Edie Jackson find both progressive politics and old-fashioned desire.

Women are leading Burlesque's international revivial

February 16, 2006 Accounts

Fairytale Squat Faces Political Squalor

chrishouse_fp.jpgShaughn McArthur visits Denmark's Christiania at a time when the struggling, self-governing community is preparing to take on the state.

Denmark's Christiania prepares to take on the state

February 8, 2006 Opinion

A Picture Says 1000 Words

halifaxprotest_fp.jpg"Harmless cartoons" are more than they seem when one explores the social and political context in which they appear says Harsha Walia

"Harmless" cartoons are more than meets the eye

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February 2, 2006 Opinion

Panarchists To The Rescue

Buffalo_fp.jpgStewart Steinhauer sets readers straight on the meaning of anarchy and how 'panarchy' offers some hope for the future.

Out Of The Pan And Into The Fire

February 1, 2006 Français

Le destin des Bushmen est en suspens

sesana-portrait_fp.jpgLa lutte des Bushmen du Botswana pour leur terre et mode de vie arrive à son point critique. Le Dominion tente de cerner les évolutions de ce cas flagrant de non-respect des Droits fondamentaux des peuples autochtones.

Les bushmen luttent pour leur survie dans un procès intenté contre le gouvernement du Botswana

January 31, 2006 Literature & Ideas

February Books

FebReview_fp.jpgBesner, Henderson and Bryce review new work by Warner, Prince, Redhill, and Dey.

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 26, 2006 Business

The Battle of our Beers

beerphoto_fp.jpgElizabeth Falcon discovers that 90% of the beers sold in Canada are owned by two foreign multinational corporations.

Multinationals crush craft ales in Canada's suds industry

January 19, 2006 Agriculture

Your Local Farmers Marketing

quinte_fp.jpgDru Oja Jay investigates how small farmers are cutting out the 'middle man' and doing the marketing themselves.

Ontario organic farmers form cooperative to offset razor-thin margins

January 16, 2006 Environment

Where The Mountains Are Still Growing

mountains_fp.jpgHillary Lindsay investigates the human cost of a 'business as usual' approach to climate change in Northeastern India.

Will mega dams in Manipur, India 'solve' climate change?

January 16, 2006 Original Peoples

Who Owns The Climate?

smoke_fp.jpg Indigenous peoples demand a voice in climate change negotiations that are disproportionately impacting them. Hillary Lindsay listens in.

Indigenous leaders demand a voice in climate change negotiations

January 10, 2006 Arts

Please Remember Music

soa.musicians_fp.jpgThousands sing for revolution at the School of The Americas Protest in Fort Benning, Georgia. Carole Ferrari joins the chorus.

Song plays a central role at the School of the Americas Protest

January 9, 2006 International News

"The Other" Way

The Zapatistas' New Direction

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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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