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April 6, 2006 Letters

Readers respond to Yugoslavia series

From the bottom of my heart, I wish to thank Dru Oja Jay for his courage to write a compelling and truthful attempt to set the record straight on what really happened (and is happening) to Yugoslavia (five part series)....

April 5, 2006 Features

A little story about direct action against the third largest corporation in Canada

Letters exchanged between Stewart Steinhauer and the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce.

April 4, 2006 Literature & Ideas

April Books

review-cover.jpgBesner and Trafford review new works by Crosbie and Noteboom

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April 3, 2006 Business

Canadian Dis-Content

amc_webfp.jpgEzra Winton examines CANCON's role in our film industry and asks why Canadian films are not being shown in Canadian theatres.

Examining CANCON's role in our film industry

March 30, 2006 Agriculture

Throwing Tomatoes

CIW_fp.jpgCarole Ferrari talks to the people at the bottom of McDonald's food chain and investigates a new campaign targeting the fast food giant.

Field workers in Florida target McDonalds buying policies

March 29, 2006 Original Peoples

Living In Our Land

InnuFoundation_fp.jpgKim Petersen speaks to Innu hunter Napes Ashini about his work to promote Innu culture and safeguard the Innu land, Nitassinan.

The Tshikapisk Foundation aims to promote Innu culture and safeguard Innu land

March 27, 2006 Food

Against the Grain

wheat_fp.jpgHillary Bain Lindsay discovers a flour mill in rural New Brunswick that is nourishing the local economy by ensuring that Maritimers eat local.

Speerville's bioregional ethic supports local economies

March 26, 2006 Arts

The Life of A Clearcut

Ice_edit-fp.jpgMax Liboiron speaks to photographer John Haney about the process of art. Slow down and take a second look.

John Haney collaborates with his environment

March 23, 2006 Features

Non-Status Quo

non-status_fp.jpgAfter ten non-status Alergians and two supporters are found not guilty, Gordie Warnoff questions the reasons for the brutal arrests.

Years after being brutally arrested, ten non-status Algerians and two supporters are found not guilty

March 22, 2006 Media Analysis

Peace from Above

belgrade_fp.jpg Dru Oja Jay looks at where NATO dropped 20,000 tonnes of bombs in 1999 in the final part of the former Yugoslavia series

The final article in a five-part series on the former Yugoslavia

March 20, 2006 Media Analysis

The Good Guys

izet_fp.jpg Who was NATO supporting during the war? Part four of Dru Oja Jay's series on the former Yugoslavia takes a look

Part four in a five-part series on the former Yugoslavia

March 20, 2006 Environment

Shell Shocked

shell_fp.jpgHillary Bain Lindsay discovers that people in the Niger Delta are fighting back against violence, corruption and oppression.

People of the Niger Delta fight back against violence and corruption

March 19, 2006 Media Analysis

The Media War

harff_fp.jpg Part three of Dru Oja Jay's series on the former Yugoslavia looks at the role of the media in shaping the conflict.

Part three in a five-part series on the former Yugoslavia

March 19, 2006 Media Analysis

The Origins of the War in the Balkans

formeryugo_fp.jpg The second part of a series by Dru Oja Jay examines the role of the west in the breakup of Yugoslavia

Part two in a five part series on the former Yugoslavia

March 17, 2006 Media Analysis

Milosevic the Guilty?

milosevic_fp.jpg In the first of a five-part series, Dru Oja Jay looks at the media's guilty verdict in the case of Slobodan Milosevic.

Part one in a five-part series on the former Yugoslavia

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