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August 8, 2012 Original Peoples

Mining Companies Feel Heat in the Ring of Fire

Assembly of First Nations backs evictions from northern Ontario

June 22, 2012 Canadian News

Two-Tiered Justice

Action ahead of rally to support security certificate detainee Mohammad Mahjoub

April 24, 2012 Accounts

Oil, Gas and Banks Head South

Mining companies are only part of Canada's corporate presence in Latin America

April 20, 2012 Canadian News

Roma Refused

Changes to refugee law shut doors to persecuted minority

April 16, 2012 Canadian News

Sonic Weapon Rushed Through for G20

Calling LRAD ‘communications device’ allowed cops to skirt rules

March 7, 2012 Gender

Scoring for Information

Police infiltration tactics viewed as a violation of women's bodies and rights

February 10, 2012 Canadian News

Battle of the Budget

Police crack heads as Toronto city cuts reversed

January 13, 2012 Canadian News

G20 Fallout Continues

Legal battles and jail time continue months after the showdown in Toronto

January 2, 2012 Canadian News

A Safety of Our Own

Security and community in St. James Park

November 18, 2011 Canadian News

Occupy Toronto survives Eviction Day

Occupiers, city, to present arguments in court today

September 9, 2011 Literature & Ideas

Reconsidering Reconciliation

Simpson's offers radical answers to long-standing questions

August 26, 2011 Literature & Ideas

A Disappointing John

Brown's "Paying For It" misses its potential

June 10, 2011 Environment

The Plastic Bag Debate

Lessons from Rwanda

May 18, 2011 Accounts

The Roads We Travelled

Building the Toronto People's Assembly

March 30, 2011 Canadian News

Questions Persist about Provocateurs at SPP Summit

As protester is acquitted of charges from 2007 Montebello protest, questions resurface about police-incited violence

December 29, 2010 Opinion

Bike Lanes Tarred

Tar sands are good, but bike lanes? Not so much

August 13, 2010 Canadian News

G20 Over, but Legal Woes Drag On

Three hundred to appear in court, G20 organizers face police threats as arrests continue

August 4, 2010 Accounts

Strengthening Our Resolve

An interview with Alex Hundert

July 23, 2010 Business

Race to the Bottom to Continue for G20 Nations

A critical analysis of the G20's Toronto Summit Declaration

July 5, 2010 Original Peoples

This Land is Still Stolen

The G20 and Aboriginal rights

June 21, 2010 Foreign Policy

Migrating Justice

Globalizing labour rights, regardless of status

June 12, 2010 Accounts

Toronto's Communities Prepare for the G8 and G20 Summits

G20 has no business meeting; local solutions better address global problems

June 11, 2010 Gender

Women and Children First?

Conservative policy contradicts "maternal and child health" plan

June 9, 2010 Environment

Toronto vs. Cochabamba

G20 to consolidate control over climate negotiations

June 8, 2010 Business

Goldcorp Drilled by Shareholders

Mining company challenged at AGM to respect host communities

May 30, 2010 Features

Deja Vu?

Briefly, the G7 summit in Toronto, 1988

May 27, 2010 Canadian News

Elite Insecurity

Ten thousand to guard summits in Huntsville and Toronto

May 24, 2010 Features

Weaving Reflection into Resistance in Toronto

Local groups prepare for G20, look to past & future movements

March 10, 2010 Business

Co-operative Banking Bulks Up

Ontario credit unions weather the economic crisis

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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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