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February 27, 2013 Indigenous, Media

Idle No More: Where the Mainstream Media Went Wrong

Self-representing the people’s movement

February 21, 2013 Gender, Health, Indigenous

Positive Approaches to Stigma

Groups advocate for peer support, traditional healing for Aboriginal women with HIV/AIDS

February 19, 2013 Environment, Food

War on Weeds

Manitoba farmers grappling with impacts and legality of municipal herbicide use

February 15, 2013 Environment, Food

Bans Work

City-level fights around shark fins heat up across Canada

February 13, 2013 Peace/War

No Justice Anywhere

Supreme Court shuns survivors of Congo massacre linked to Canadian mining firm

February 11, 2013 Indigenous

Oil and Gas Reserves Never Idle

Chiefs using Idle No More to advance their political and economic agenda

February 6, 2013 Peace/War

The Way the Town is Now

Canadian mine brings violence and social division to Oaxacan community

February 2, 2013 Direct Action, Environment, Food, Governance, Indigenous, Labour, Media, Poverty

January in Review

Idle No More, special forces in Mali, salmon anemia and a trail of Cheetos

January 22, 2013

Sink the Ships

by Hillary Lindsay
January 17, 2013 Direct Action, Environment, Indigenous

Plan Nord Be Dammed!

Innu reject Quebec government's "North for all" plan

January 15, 2013 Poverty, Solidarity

COMIC: Charitable Taking

January 8, 2013

DeBeers Victor Mine

by wikipedia.org
January 3, 2013 Cooperatives, Direct Action, Environment, Gender, Health, Indigenous, Labour, Media, Migration, Peace/War, Police/Prisons, Poverty, Sexuality, Solidarity

2012 in Review

From student strikes to ominous omnibus bills, from memorials for missing and murdered women to creating climate justice, and introducing Idle No More

December 19, 2012 Governance, Ideas, Police/Prisons

The Wall of Silence

Systemic protection of police leaves relatives of victims of police killings in the dark.

December 12, 2012 Cooperatives

Small Town, Big Screen

Campbellford residents establish co-operative to save theatre

December 11, 2012 Weblog:

SOA Watch: We’re Still there Until the School of Americas Is Closed D

By Wadner Pierre- originally published by The Maroon

For the first time in two years, a group of Loyola students traveled to a US military- sponsored school in Fort Benning, Ga. to protest the 1989 massacre of six Jesuit priests and their two workers.

Hundreds of thousands protesters continue as rally against the U.S.-sponsored military school in the Fort Benning, Ga. Photo by Wadner Pierre

It has been 23 years since six Jesuit priests and their two workers were murdered at the Creighton University in El Salvador. The perpetrators of this crime were alleged to be trained at the School of Americas. For more than two decades the School of Americas Watch, a national organization, has begun a campaign to close the military school. The School Of Americas Watch annual protest coincides with the anniversary of the death of the six Jesuit priests.

Business sophomore, Katie O'Dowd had no idea about the protest until her freshman year at Loyola through her involvement in LUCAP. She said she was struck by the many young people engaged in the movement. “I always want to advocate for the School of Americas Watch. I’ll continue to ask students to go in this protest,” she said.

O’Dowd said she hopes the school will be closed. In 1990, former naval officer and Catholic priest Roy Bourgeois started School Of Americas Watch in a house near the gate of the US military school in Fort Benning, Ga.

Twenty-two years have passed, but the goal has remained the same. Some progress has been made with a half-dozen Latin American countries like Ecuador, Argentina, Uruguay, Venezuela, Bolivia and Nicaragua, which withdrew their troops from this school.

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December 7, 2012 Environment, Food

Wild Foods in the Urban Economy

Calgary groups raise awareness of urban wild foods

December 3, 2012

November in Review

Rob Ford ejected, Dan Kellar's charges dropped, Chimps get the mid-life blues too

November 30, 2012 Governance, Health, Sexuality

Criminalizing Non-disclosure

AIDS activists see recent Supreme Court ruling as major step backwards

November 26, 2012 Environment

Climate Legacy in Question

Youth demand action as COP18 climate negotiations start in Doha, Qatar

November 21, 2012 Indigenous, Solidarity

Canadian Mining on Trial

Guatemalan delegation travelling to Canada to challenge corporate impunity

November 16, 2012 Cooperatives

Co-ops for Social Change

Co-operatives are falling back into favour as a way to organize for sustainable economic alternatives and social change.

November 14, 2012 Environment, Food

Wild Wild Weather

"Unprecedented" weather hits Ontario fruit farmers hard


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