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August 1, 2012

John and the crooks

by Dru Oja Jay
August 1, 2012 Month in Review

July in Review

Refugee justice, prison news, neighbourhood action and 2,000 pounds of honey leaking from the ceiling

July 27, 2012 Foreign Policy

Hemispheric Resistance to Canadian Mining

Day of Action organizers speak out about repression, connections, solidarity

July 25, 2012

Batman versus Bane

by Movie Promo
July 23, 2012 Original Peoples

Uranium Territory

Inuit campaign for referendum over mine in far north

July 19, 2012 Canadian News

Canada's International Cop Out

Former head of Ontario Provincial Police named Minister of International Co-operation

July 18, 2012 Original Peoples

Barriere Lake Stands Against Resolute

Algonquin community vows to block corporate logging on their territory

July 17, 2012

ABL solidarity

by Pei-Ju Wang
July 17, 2012

ABL camp continuing

by Pei-Ju Wang
July 17, 2012

Confronting loggers

by Pei-Ju Wang
July 17, 2012

ABL camp

by Pei-Ju Wang
July 16, 2012

Fantino

by Courtesy Julian Fantino
July 16, 2012 Original Peoples

Halifax Rallies for Cultural Connections for Aboriginal Youth

Campaign to reverse cuts to Mi'kmaq Native Friendship Centre's Kitpu Youth Program ramps up

July 15, 2012

Rally to Save Kitpu

by Miles Howe
July 13, 2012 Original Peoples

Reconciliation Takes Two

Residential school survivors gathered in Saskatoon critical of federal government's actions

July 12, 2012

TRC Saskatoon

by Sandra Cuffe
July 11, 2012 Gender

For Their Own Good

Ontario’s legal legacy of the "moral" woman

July 9, 2012 Foreign Policy

Express Coup Rattles Paraguay

Transnational corporations including Canada's Rio Tinto Alcan undeterred by political turmoil

July 6, 2012 Video

Alex Hundert Sentenced to 13.5 Months in Prison

Last person to be sentenced in the "G20 Conspiracy" trial

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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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